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Town’s dog park might be delayed

Town’s dog park might be delayed

The town’s first official dog park could open by late fall or early winter, Parks and Recreation director Jay Guelfi said, although the coronavirus crisis could delay that. Representatives of Leonard Design Associates of Arlington presented plans for the park at a...

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HHS students shine at BPA conference

HHS students shine at BPA conference

Hopkinton High School students showed they meant business at the state leadership conference for the Business Professionals of America held Feb. 29-March 2 at sites in Framingham and Marlborough. HHS junior Shreya Thalvayapati was elected state secretary of the...

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HHS students impress at science fair

HHS students impress at science fair

Nearly 100 students who participated in the Hopkinton High School Science and Engineering Fair proved that learning does not end when the bell rings. They used the knowledge they gained in their science classes to solve daily life problems and possibly change the...

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Brown Dog Coalition to the rescue

Brown Dog Coalition to the rescue

Hopkinton-based organization saves dogs, cats from South Eight-month-old Maverick bounds into the room, greeting a visitor with kisses before jumping on a sofa to settle in, appearing to listen eagerly to the conversation. The energy of the mixed-breed dog, who will...

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Downtown parking plans progress slowly

Downtown parking plans progress slowly

As the town grows, parking spaces downtown have become more scarce. Plans are in the works to ease the parking crunch, but it will take time, Town Manager Norman Khumalo said. In May, Town Meeting voters approved the town’s purchase of 6 Walcott St. with 32 spaces...

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Woodville opens doors for Thanksgiving meal

Woodville opens doors for Thanksgiving meal

Some will eat traditional turkey. Others will eat the deep-fried version. But no one will eat alone. Once again, the Woodville Rod & Gun Club will serve Thanksgiving dinner to anyone in the community looking for a place to go on the holiday. Dinner is served from...

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Supporters rally for Main Street

Supporters rally for Main Street

As vote nears, supporters speak up for downtown project   The Main Street Corridor Project will bring much needed infrastructure updates to a growing town and should not be rescinded, a new group that has formed to support the project believes. The group, For The...

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Greyhound Friends shows off updated facility

Greyhound Friends shows off updated facility

Kennel hosts open house as it moves toward reopening Greyhound Friends began a new chapter in its long and sometimes controversial history Nov. 3 with an open house at its updated facility that attracted about 200 visitors. “It went very well,” kennel and operations...

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