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Marathon Quilters return for HCA show

Marathon Quilters return for HCA show

In 1996, Cyndy Rymer and Joanne Brine created the Marathon Quilters Guild, a small group of members from varying communities who unify through their admiration for quilting and fiber arts. Now, 25 years later, the program still is going strong and is preparing to host...

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Nasrullah’s ascension sign of town’s diversity

Nasrullah’s ascension sign of town’s diversity

When Irfan Nasrullah was elected chair of the Select Board on June 1 — believed to be the first non-white resident to hold the top governmental volunteer position in town — it was not only a statement by Hopkinton but, in a way, a message to the nation. The...

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Town Hall Q&A: Assistant Town Manager Elaine Lazarus

Town Hall Q&A: Assistant Town Manager Elaine Lazarus

Elaine Lazarus first came to Hopkinton in 1992 as town planner and she has played key roles in the town’s growth over the past three decades. She currently serves as assistant town manager. Lazarus grew up in Raynham and got her undergraduate degree from UMass in...

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Tangutoori really cooks in global baking contest

Tangutoori really cooks in global baking contest

She only started baking a few years ago, but Shifalika Tangutoori admits she is a bit of a natural. She’s a scientist by trade, and the science of baking is something to which the Hopkinton resident has taken. And it became a source of comfort during the stresses of...

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LaGoy blazes trails, seeks to preserve them

LaGoy blazes trails, seeks to preserve them

Peter LaGoy has enjoyed the use of trail systems much of his adult life. From his early days growing up in rural Connecticut to his present position as chair of Hopkinton’s Trails Coordination and Management Committee (TCMC), the creation, maintenance and enjoyment of...

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Old Town Road part of Hopkinton’s lost history

Old Town Road part of Hopkinton’s lost history

Lake Maspenock is well known for its glistening waters, bubbling springs, abundant wildlife and forested hills, but what many do not know is that the area also is a historian’s treasure trove. The Towns of Milford and Upton have set aside the watershed lands near Lake...

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Greyhound Friends looks to bounce back

Greyhound Friends looks to bounce back

Greyhound Friends, the nonprofit adoption shelter on Saddle Hill Road, held its annual open house June 5. The event included a remembrance ceremony, a silent auction, vendors, refreshments, music and visits with adoptable dogs. After dealing with the controversy...

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