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Road resurfacing to start in mid-June

Road resurfacing to start in mid-June

Mike Mansir, highway manager for the Town of Hopkinton, recently announced that pavement management work will start as soon as school ends in June and finish in September, when school starts. Under the town’s road opening permit policy, no permit will be granted for a...

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Road resurfacing to start in mid-June

Town Meeting results

Following are results for each article presented at 2019 Town Meeting, held May 6-8 at the Hopkinton Middle School auditorium. For more details on each article, visit the Town of Hopkinton website (hopkintonma.gov).   Article 1: Acceptance of town reports PASSED,...

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Ada M. Diani

Ada M. Diani

Ada M. Diani of Hopkinton passed away May 5 at the age of 98. She was predeceased by her parents, John Rovedo and Santina Rovedo (Muin), her son, Francis J. Diani, and siblings James Rovedo, Mario Rovedo, John Rovedo and Lydia Biagetti. She is survived by her...

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Dexter C. Silva

Dexter C. Silva

Dexter C. Silva, 78, of Hopkinton passed away April 30. He was the beloved husband of 56 years to Susan Silva of Hopkinton. Dexter retired as an executive at Verizon. Besides his wife, he is survived by his children, Stephen Silva of Ipswich and Sharon Silva of...

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Nancy A. Dyer

Nancy A. Dyer

Nancy A. Dyer, 84, of Framingham, passed away after a lengthy illness on April 27. Born in Boston, she was the daughter of the late Miriam Hanscom and Leslie Swain. She was the wife of the late Samuel Dyer. Nancy enjoyed cooking, gardening, traveling and time spent...

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Arrests/Police Log, May 15 edition

Arrests/Police Log, May 15 edition

POLICE LOG April 23 9:32 a.m. A motorist reported the red light on South Street was not functioning. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas responded and notified the Highway Department of the problem. 9:59 a.m. An employee of a Mayhew Street business reported a vehicle hit one...

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Senior projects on display May 20

Senior projects on display May 20

The HHS Class of 2019 has more than 70 students involved in senior projects. The final presentations will be on display at the athletic center on Monday, May 20, from 7:45-10:30 a.m. According to English teacher Marie Martin, all students are invited to participate...

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Senior projects on display May 20

HHS musicians perform May 19

The HHS jazz ensemble, by virtue of its gold medal at the Massachusetts Association of Jazz Educators State Festival in March, will perform at the Hatch Shell in downtown Boston on Sunday, May 19, at noon. That same day, at 3:30 p.m., the music department presents its...

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All-school art show May 16

All-school art show May 16

The Hopkinton Public Schools Art Department will host its annual all-school art show on May 16 at 6 p.m. Artwork from HHS, HMS, Hopkins, Elmwood and Marathon schools will be on display at the HHS atrium and C-wing and at the Brown Gym entrance of the middle school. At...

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Tamba chosen to be delegate

Tamba chosen to be delegate

HHS junior Journey Domanique Tamba will be a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Lowell from June 23-25. The congress is an honors-only program for high school students who want to become physicians or go into medical research fields. The purpose of...

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Fischer earns National Merit Scholarship

Fischer earns National Merit Scholarship

HHS senior Abigail Fischer was named winner of a $2,500 National Merit Scholarship. Fischer is one of 2,500 winners nationwide, selected from a pool of more than 15,000 finalists who met the rigorous academic standards and other requirements. Less than 1 percent of...

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BPA team shines at nationals

BPA team shines at nationals

Hopkinton High School’s team of aspiring businesspersons traveled to Anaheim, California, early this month to participate in the Business Professionals of America national competition at the National Leadership Conference, and the Hillers had a successful time. Tyler...

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Nene second overall at state science fair

Nene second overall at state science fair

Hopkinton High School student Advait Nene won a first-place award and finished second overall at the Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair held at MIT on May 5. Nene’s project was titled Patient Specific Delivery of Proton Beam Radiation. He won a $7,500 cash...

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Gregory Raymond Fox

Gregory Raymond Fox

Gregory Raymond Fox, 71, of South Windsor, Connecticut, beloved husband of Paula (Casavant) Fox, died unexpectedly on March 22 at his home. He was born in Dunlo, Pennsylvania, on May 14, 1947, son of the late John Henry and Ellen (Pavlak) Fox. Greg grew up in East...

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Elfriede H. Remillard

Elfriede H. Remillard

Elfriede H. “Friedel” (Knopf) Remillard, 94, a longtime resident of South Yarmouth, died April 13 at Beaumont Nursing and Rehab in Northbridge after a period of declining health. Her beloved husband of 47 years, Norman E. Remillard, died July 26, 2010. She is survived...

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Eleanor D. Straight

Eleanor D. Straight

Eleanor D. Straight died April 9 at the age of 50 after a brief illness. Ellie was predeceased by her parents, Fredrick Straight and Dorothea Bell. She is survived by seven siblings: Richard Straight and Elizabeth Trudeau of Hopkinton, Fredrick Straight of...

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Arrests/Police Log, May 1 edition

Arrests/Police Log, May 1 edition

ARRESTS   April 9 1:02 a.m. Officers Brendon Lyver and Ryan Polselli conducted a motor vehicle stop on West Main Street and subsequently arrested Cameron M. DeRose, 21, of 194 Goodale St., West Boylston, and charged her with operation of motor vehicle with license...

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