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Melissa Orff

Zen and now

Zen and now

HHS grads develop meditation app Two former Hopkinton High School graduates want you to take a deep breath and relax. Because this is sometimes easier said than done, the two young men have developed a new, unique meditation app to help you relieve stress, fall asleep...

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Young Hopkinton DJ gets positive spin

Young Hopkinton DJ gets positive spin

Auslander releases first single With one song newly released and another on the way, DJ Stephen Auslander, who goes by the moniker “SAUS,” has a bright future in music, a future that began right in his own hometown of Hopkinton. “There is something about music that I...

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Fashionable fundraiser for ovarian cancer research

Fashionable fundraiser for ovarian cancer research

Boyle works to raise funds for research into disease she continues to fight Hopkinton resident Marie Boyle is using both fashion and fitness to raise money and awareness about a “silent killer” of women — ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer causes more deaths each year...

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HPS bids farewell to retiring teachers

HPS bids farewell to retiring teachers

Hopkinton Public Schools will be saying goodbye and good luck in retirement at the end of this school year to several teachers, a few of whom have been with the district for decades. Valerie Lechtanski is one of those long-tenured teachers who will be retiring this...

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Elmwood shares cultures at International Night

Elmwood shares cultures at International Night

Close to 500 people from the Elmwood Elementary School community showed up to celebrate and honor diversity during the school’s annual International Night on May 23. Hosted by the Elmwood Diversity Council, International Night is a way for students and their families...

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Girls on the MOVE

Girls on the MOVE

Hopkinton duo’s empowerment organization continues to grow Two young women from Hopkinton are helping girls learn about positive self-worth and empowerment with one word: MOVE. MOVE (Motivate. Overcome. Value. Empower.), founded by Ashley Olafsen and Lexi Phipps, is a...

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Ride for Respite Center

Ride for Respite Center

Cloutier celebrates birthday with 100-mile tour to raise scholarship funds A local man turned a milestone birthday into a way to give back in miles to a community that has given him so much joy. Dan Cloutier, a former Hopkinton resident who now lives in Upton, turned...

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Power of love

Power of love

Hopkinton teen promotes program that examines relationships Hopkinton resident Lynne Ahn and her daughter Nathalie are on a mission to talk about love. After hearing about the One Love Foundation, an organization that educates young people about the difference between...

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Holden fashions winning design

Holden fashions winning design

Marist student wins national scholarship competition A 2016 Hopkinton High School graduate has won a prestigious fashion award for her creation of a signature collection focused on sustainability and environmental friendliness. Isabel Holden, a fashion design major at...

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Yoga for a cause

Yoga for a cause

Hopkinton instructor leads group fundraiser A Hopkinton yoga teacher and her students raised close to $25,000 for Boston Children’s Hospital in an event that reminds us that we are “all in this together.” Jennifer Houghtaling, owner of Shanti Yoga on Wood Street in...

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Cavanaugh aces review

Cavanaugh aces review

School Committee lauds superintendent for communication Superintendent of the Hopkinton Public Schools Dr. Carol Cavanaugh received a positive evaluation for her work during her first full year as leader of the district. Cavanaugh’s annual review was discussed during...

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Trail advocates seek School Committee approval

Trail advocates seek School Committee approval

The Hopkinton Upper Charles Trail Committee is looking for approval from the Hopkinton Public Schools to move forward on a project that would connect the bike paths of Milford and Ashland with a seven-mile trail in Hopkinton. UCTC chair Jane Moran presented at the...

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HCA student shares pottery lessons on service trip

HCA student shares pottery lessons on service trip

A student at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts took her desire to help others and her passion for the arts on an “eye-opening experience” in February. Amelia English traveled to the Dominican Republic during February school break through the organization Nuestros...

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