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Rite of Spring


April 12, 2021 — Each Spring the tom turkeys puff themselves up and show off their colorful, iridescent feathers hoping that one of the always-near foraging females will take a moment to notice him in particular and mate. Thanks again to Julie Ford.
 

Democrat Caucus Results

 

On Friday evening April 9th the Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee (HDTC) held their annual local caucus via Zoom with about thirty in attendance. Thirteen local candidates received the committee’s endorsement for the local town election in May. All thirteen of these candidates had previously pulled candidacy papers from the Town Clerk and twelve had gathered the needed signatures to be on the ballot as well.

 

Below is the list of endorsed candidates from the HDTC that will be on the ballot for the local Hopkinton election on Saturday, May 22, 2021.

 

Assessor - Lesley Ficarri (re-election), nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Board of Health – Regina Miloslavsky, nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Cemetery Commissioner – Tom Pratt (re-election), nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Cemetery Commissioner – Kyla McSweeney, HDTC endorsement

Commissioner of Trust Funds – Melissa Hayes, nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Constable – Frank D’Urso (re-election), nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Housing Authority – John Morris, nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Library Trustee – Stan Pulnik (re-election), nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Parks and Recreation Commission: Amy O’Donnell, nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Planning Board – Rob Benson (re-election), nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

School Committee – Meg Tyler (re-election), nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Select Board (Selectman) – Irfan Nasrullah (re-election), nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

Select Board (Selectman) – Muriel Kramer, nomination papers & HDTC endorsement

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Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Hayden Rowe lights not operating correctly,
well-being check on student - father driving
student to school now, unemployment fraud (x2), pumps
spraying gas all over cars and ground (x2)- coned off,
dead rabbit, large burn pile, woman driving by taking photos,
ankle monitoring device on low battery, youths in woods behind
house, motorcycle vs car accident w/injuries, tax fraud,
suspicious person in front of house, illegal dumping
on West Main Street, fraud, identity theft, youths harassing son,
Milford PD requests mutual aid for noise complaint, several
shotgun blasts on Spring Street, orphaned raccoons on Saddle Hill Road,
April 9, 10, 11
Fire Dept. Logs
Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton

New Transactions from April 4, 2021 to April 11, 2021
Choose Links to See Town's Property Card
Address
Buyer
Price 
Date
Seller
Hopkinton
1 Chamberlain Street Wellington DaSilva $371,000 April 9, 2021 US Bank
57 Cherry Lane Unit 385 Sireesha Patlolla $710,085 April 9, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England, LLC
22 Juniper Trail Unit 153 Remya Jayaram, Satish Pasupathy $751,001 April 9, 2021 Anand S Bagal, Vini Somani
147 Wood Street 147 Wood Streert LLC $350,000 April 8, 2021 Fenway Realty Capital LLC
61 Cherry Lane Unit 387 Rakesh Kumar Gourineni, Keerthana Pulluri $760,355 April 8, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England
16 Smith Road Jamal Seyed Yagoobi, Fatemeh Masrouri $989,400 April 8, 2021 Stephen E Courter, Laura S Courter
59 Cherry Lane Unit 386 Haichang Gu $776,165 April 5, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England
4 Birkdale Lane Unit 4 BIR Thomas D Smith, Tennyson M Smith $619,000 April 5, 2021 Trails LLC
Last Week        
28 Apple Tree Hill Road Unit 28 David Newby $305,000 April 4, 2021 Michael Perkins
169 West Main Street Corner Brook LLC $1,750,000 April 1, 2021 Joseph A Menna LLC, et al
56 Cherry Lane Unit 391 Dimitry Grinvald, Irina Grinvald $694,255 April 1, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
4 North Pond Way Unit 23 Nagenron Alagesan, Anupama Mohankumar $679,900 March 31, 2021 Brude D Wheeler
87 Main Street Shawn Ayube, Daniela Ayube $840,000 March 31, 2021 John L Palmer, Marilyn J Palmer
16 Apple Tree Hill Road Unit 16 bldg D Thomas Dirienzo, Lisa Dirienzo $295,000 March 31, 2021 Catherine Kuhl
13 Weybridge Lane Unit 26 Pankaj Jain, Surbhi Jain $401,000 March 31, 2021 Colleen Carey
3 College Street Meaghan DeRaad $200,000 March 30, 2021 Thomas Connelly Jr Tr et al
Legacy Farms North Trails LLC $4,582,500 March 29, 2021 Legacy Farms LLC
23 Clubhouse Lane Arlene F Wilner, David S Wilner $689,000 March 29, 2021 Trails LLC
Week Before        
25 Main Street Unit 1 Oasis on Main Street LLC $735,000 March 26, 2021 Peter J Thalmann Tr, Charles N Marsland Tr, et al
22 West Elm Street Derek Pszybysz, Ashley Moraski $860,000 March 26, 2021 Thomas M Wall Tr, et al
11 Weston Lane Unit 11 WES Jon Wolf $649,000 March 26, 2021 Trails LLC
35 Magnolia Drive, Unit 353 Kalyan K Gondrala, Harika Menta $633,229 March 26, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England
138 Old Town Road Kristine J Kelsey $165,000 March 26, 2021 Geurt Van de Kamp, Janice HM Van de Kamp
Week Before        
37 Magnolia Drive Unit 352 Vivekkumar Krishnapratap Singh, Neeta Mondal $660,210 March 19, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
25 Forest Lane Unit 21 Vadivelan Adhimoolam, Saranya Subramanian $450,000 March 19, 2021 Bin Dai, Jiaojiao Liu
10 Duffield Road Thomas G Towle, Hiromi  Y Towle $311,000 March 18, 2021 Richard W Norton III, Sharon A Norton
10 Clubhouse Lane Unit 10 CLU Deborah Ann Ray $599,000 March 18, 2021 Trails LLC
9 Hearthstone Road Vijaykumar Krishnamurthi, Marcela Krishnamurthi $1,007,000 March 17, 2021 Stephen M Bird, Diane C Bird
19 Birkdale Lane Unit 19 BIR William D Haley, Suzanne C Haley $639,000 March 16, 2021 Trails, LLC
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Smoke, but no Fire

April 11, 2021 — Contrary to the oft-repeated adage, the "smoke" that set off this alarm late this afternoon and brought the fire and police departments was caused by steam in the kitchen.
 
 

The Hopkinton Women's Club is holding the 33rd annual Meet the Candidates Night, our first virtual one, on Wednesday, April 28th, 2021, at 7:00 PM. HCAM will present this event live on television and on YouTube.

 

We encourage townspeople to watch and ask questions of those citizens running for office in the May 22nd Town Election. Home viewers will have the opportunity to pose questions to the candidates ahead of time or that evening using live@hcam.tv for emails and 508-333-5858 for texts.  HCAM airs on Comcast Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30 and live streams online.

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Plea for Heavier Crosswalk Enforcement


Editor:

Hopkinton PD needs to immediately start enforcing crosswalk violations. I’m thinking in particular of the crosswalk over Main Street to Church Street.

Despite the pedestrian accident that happened there a couple of years ago people continue to ignore the flashing yellow lights, and drive upwards of 40 miles per hour as though their $75,000 SUVs absolve them of paying attention to basic rules of the road.

Only rigorous enforcement and significant monetary fines will resolve this continuing dangerous situation.

Kevin Leahy
50 Grove Street

April 10, 2021

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Hopkinton Over Westwood, 49-28

February 10, 2021 — Westwood played foil to the Hopkinton Hillers football team Friday night, as even the  Hiller wind at the David Hughes Stadium moved the ball in favor of the home team. In these COVID times, the bleachers were restricted to  two guests per each player. Choose each thumbnail below to enlarge.



 
Tiny Video
A Hopkinton Minute

New offerings at Arena's Butcher on Ash Street

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Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Two suspicious males walking around at
12:03 am with flashlights, female  appearing
disoriented knocked on caller's door, de-
ceased rabbit in roadway, walk-in reports scam
email, vehicle reported abandoned turns out to
be stolen, raccoon wandering around West Main
Street yard, tool box fell off truck and is lost,
 
April 8, 2021
Existing Arrests
 

DAVE MCGILLIVRAY LAUNCHES THIRD CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOK

Finish Strong: Seven Marathons, Seven Continents, Seven Days is a Nonfiction Picture Book Based on McGillivray’s World Marathon Challenge run

 

 

BOSTON, MA (April 8, 2021) – Dave McGillivray, President of DMSE Sports and Race Director of the Boston Marathon, and co-author Nancy Feehrer will officially launch their third children’s picture book Finish Strong: Seven Marathons Seven Continents Seven Days on Patriots’ Day, April 19, 2021. They plan to host a video conference call with more than 100 people including many of the runners who participated with McGillivray in the 2018 World Marathon Challenge which consisted of running seven marathons on seven continents in seven days. The book is now available online via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Nomad Press.


Kids and adults will be inspired by McGillivray’s story of passion, determination, and grit. Finish Strong delivers with vibrant, real-life character paired with lively, colorful illustrations. Together, McGillivray, Feehrer, and illustrator Shululu create a story that is heartwarming, inspiring, and beautifully presented.


Finish Strong will also be donated to children at schools throughout Massachusetts as a gift from the Joseph Middlemiss Big Heart Foundation when McGillivray begins to speak at schools again. Proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit the Foundation.


Kirkus Reviews states, “A veteran marathoner recalls an around-the-world race in 2018. Snapshots...add up to some vivid memories, and he builds climactic suspense by describing how he powers through an increasingly painful injury to finish the final leg. Readers will be swept along to the finish line.”


Frank Shorter, Olympic marathon silver and gold medalist noted, “Seven marathons on seven continents in seven days: It can be done! Just imagine what you might be able to do!

And, Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to officially register for and run the Boston Marathon and author of Marathon Woman stated, “Join Dave McGillivray's global adventure, be inspired, and finish with a smile on your face!”

A renowned race director, motivational speaker, philanthropist and endurance athlete, McGillivray and his company, DMSE Sports, is currently managing mass vaccination sites at Gillette Stadium, Fenway Park, Reggie Lewis Center and the Hynes Convention Center. A Medford, MA native who now lives in North Andover, MA.


I can’t be more thrilled with our third children’s book,” said McGillivray. “Nancy did another magnificent job and the illustrations by Shululu are outstanding. I can’t wait until we can make some appearances at local schools again to share this amazing story with children from around the Commonwealth.” ~Contributed content

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TOWN OF HOPKINTON SELECT BOARD April 8, 2021 TOWN OF HOPKINTON NOTICE OF SPECIAL TOWN MEETING
 The Hopkinton Select Board has called a Special Town Meeting to be held on Saturday, May 8, 2021. The Warrant will close on April 23, 2021. The Select Board has called the Special Town Meeting for the purpose of reauthorization of the Means-Tested Senior Citizen Tax Exemption Program.
 

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Thomas Joseph Sullivan, 84

Thomas Joseph Sullivan, 84, of Hopkinton previously a long-time resident of Framingham, passed away on Thursday, April 1, 2021. Born August 16, 1936 in Boston and raised in Cambridge he was the son of the late Lillian (Caswell) and Edward Sullivan. He is predeceased by his siblings, Edward, Gloria, Jack, James, Patricia, and Lillian.


Tom grew up in Cambridge as one of seven children in a typical Irish Catholic family – loud, loved and a whole lot of fun, as was told in the many stories throughout the years. He married Patricia (Lowd) in 1962 and they had four children. He served in the Army and was stationed in Germany where he returned many times for business and pleasure. He enjoyed his work as a numismatist. Tom was an avid runner; he ran several marathons across America and abroad as well as the Boston Marathon thirteen times.


Tom is survived by his children, Sharon Crowley of Milford, Shelly Sullivan of Holliston, Tom Sullivan, and his longtime girlfriend Hilary Bentley of Hopkinton. He also leaves behind his grandchildren, Nicholas, his wife Brittany (great grandchild due in August), Joseph, Sean, Jada, Johnny, Sydney, and Lilly.


Visitation will be held on Saturday, April 10th from 9:30am – 10:30 am at the Chesmore Funeral Home of Holliston, 854 Washington St. www.ChesmoreFuneralHome.com  A funeral service will follow visitation at 11:00 a.m. with burial to follow in Lake Grove Cemetery, Holliston. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to www.Michaeljfox.org  in support of Parkinson’s research.


April 7, 2021 - Julie gets another rarely seen bird, a wood duck drake to pose for her in her own backyard! It looks like a painted wooden decoy!
 
Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton

New Transactions from March 28, 2021 to April 3, 2021
Choose Links to See Town's Property Card
Address
Buyer
Price 
Date
Seller
Hopkinton
28 Apple Tree Hill Road Unit 28 David Newby $305,000 April 4, 2021 Michael Perkins
169 West Main Street Corner Brook LLC $1,750,000 April 1, 2021 Joseph A Menna LLC, et al
56 Cherry Lane Unit 391 Dimitry Grinvald, Irina Grinvald $694,255 April 1, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
4 North Pond Way Unit 23 Nagenron Alagesan, Anupama Mohankumar $679,900 March 31, 2021 Brude D Wheeler
87 Main Street Shawn Ayube, Daniela Ayube $840,000 March 31, 2021 John L Palmer, Marilyn J Palmer
16 Apple Tree Hill Road Unit 16 bldg D Thomas Dirienzo, Lisa Dirienzo $295,000 March 31, 2021 Catherine Kuhl
13 Weybridge Lane Unit 26 Pankaj Jain, Surbhi Jain $401,000 March 31, 2021 Colleen Carey
3 College Street Meaghan DeRaad $200,000 March 30, 2021 Thomas Connelly Jr Tr et al
Legacy Farms North Trails LLC $4,582,500 March 29, 2021 Legacy Farms LLC
23 Clubhouse Lane Arlene F Wilner, David S Wilner $689,000 March 29, 2021 Trails LLC
Last Week        
25 Main Street Unit 1 Oasis on Main Street LLC $735,000 March 26, 2021 Peter J Thalmann Tr, Charles N Marsland Tr, et al
22 West Elm Street Derek Pszybysz, Ashley Moraski $860,000 March 26, 2021 Thomas M Wall Tr, et al
11 Weston Lane Unit 11 WES Jon Wolf $649,000 March 26, 2021 Trails LLC
35 Magnolia Drive, Unit 353 Kalyan K Gondrala, Harika Menta $633,229 March 26, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England
138 Old Town Road Kristine J Kelsey $165,000 March 26, 2021 Geurt Van de Kamp, Janice HM Van de Kamp
Week Before        
37 Magnolia Drive Unit 352 Vivekkumar Krishnapratap Singh, Neeta Mondal $660,210 March 19, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
25 Forest Lane Unit 21 Vadivelan Adhimoolam, Saranya Subramanian $450,000 March 19, 2021 Bin Dai, Jiaojiao Liu
10 Duffield Road Thomas G Towle, Hiromi  Y Towle $311,000 March 18, 2021 Richard W Norton III, Sharon A Norton
10 Clubhouse Lane Unit 10 CLU Deborah Ann Ray $599,000 March 18, 2021 Trails LLC
9 Hearthstone Road Vijaykumar Krishnamurthi, Marcela Krishnamurthi $1,007,000 March 17, 2021 Stephen M Bird, Diane C Bird
19 Birkdale Lane Unit 19 BIR William D Haley, Suzanne C Haley $639,000 March 16, 2021 Trails, LLC
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It's Official: Tim Kilduff Receives Highest Alumni Honor from Kent State University

The link has been cued to the alumnus with whom we are familiar.

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It’s Time to Celebrate

After a one-year delay due to the pandemic, the rededication plan for the Lauren Anderson Softball Field at Hopkinton High School is back on track.

Lauren’s family and the Field Restoration Project team will host a rededication ceremony on Field #6 on Saturday, May 1, at 10 a.m.

Given Lauren’s love for softball, it is fitting that the ceremony will be followed by a four-inning game between the Hopkinton High Girls’ Softball team and an HHS alumni team that will include some of Lauren’s teammates.

This special event would not be possible without the commitment, generosity and efforts of Lauren’s family, classmates, town residents, the school district and community organizations. Thank you to everyone who helped to make this dream become a reality.

Please join us on May 1 as we remember Lauren and celebrate her life.

*The rededication ceremony will take place rain or shine.
To protect the health and safety of all participants, we ask everyone to socially distance and wear a mask.

~ Marie Eldridge

Hopkinton Republican Town Committee Caucus Time: Apr 8, 2021 07:00 PM
Hopkinton Democratic Town Caucus Apr 9, 2021 6:30 - 8:00 pm

See the day and time on the Town of Hopkinton Calendar for ZOOM links
 
Every Wednesday in April, Hillers Pizza will donate 15% of their total sales for the day to the HPD on behalf of the Doug Flutie Foundation. They also have HPD Autism Patches for $10, of which 100% percent goes to the foundation
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Hillers Pizza for Doug Flutie Foundation
During National Autism Acceptance Month in April

April 1, 2021 - Hillers Pizza, 77 West Main Street, will be donating 15% of the total sales every Wednesday in April, which will be donated to the Hopkinton Police Association to benefit the Doug Flutie Foundation. Not only can customers help by shopping there, they can also pick up a police autism patch for $10, too, while they are there. 100% of those proceeds also go to the foundation through the Hopkinton Police Association. HopNews File photo.
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Health Director Warns of Youth COVID Surge
Select Board Recognizes Female Scouts


April 7, 2021 - Hopkinton Director of Public Health Shaun McAuliffe warned of a disproportionate rise in COVID-19 infections in youth with 170 Hopkinton children under 19 now in quarantine. He told the Select Board the transmissions did not take place in the schools.

        Start line Brewing Company's Ted Twinney was one happy Brew Meister after the Select Board unanimously granted his request to expand 80 additional seats within the walls of the outdoor space. He promised 6' distancing would be enforced.

         Next, five young women spoke of their Gold Awards from their Girl Scout Project, and another spoke of her Eagle Scout Award with the Boy Scouts.

          Girl Scout Samantha Altman worked with students and others at Tufts Veterinary School to challenge obesity in pets, especially in the low income areas. She distributed those pamphlets in those areas as well as in a clinic and a shelter.

           Cate Barry earned her Gold Award informing her fellow Hopkintonians that the tragedies she saw in her travels could happen here, contrary to prevailing local beliefs.

          Holly Burns got her gold by creating a YouTube video and informational materials to enforce the idea that anaphylaxis is dangerous. Anaphylaxis is the serious allergic reaction to a substance sometimes as common as peanuts or a bee sting, which can both sometimes be fatal.

            Megan Murchie compiled a list of volunteer opportunities for the youth of Hopkinton. 

           Julianna Lucas made a video to inform her fellow students that they can register to vote at 16 years-old, a recent development, according to Select Board member Amy Ritterbusch.

           Ellora Hoyt, the first female to join her Boy Scout Troop after the Boy Scouts' decision to admit girls, earned her Eagle Scout rank by designing, building and installing 20 nesting boxes for blue birds and tree swallows. She said many things had to be just so; the height of the box, the opening of the hole and the nesting material inside.

            State Rep Carolyn Dykema was on hand to congratulate the girls and let them know that they will be receiving official citations from the State House. More on the Meeting later.


Hopkinton Resident Recognized by Kent State University

(Kent, OH) April 6, 2021 - Hopkinton resident and founder of the 26.2 Foundation Tim Kilduff has just been awarded the Kent State University College of Education, Health and Human Services’ Centennial Alumni Award – the highest honor bestowed upon a former student who graduated from a college program more than 50 years ago.

The award recognizes an alumnus who has made significant contributions to society, whose accomplishments and careers have brought honor and distinction to Kent State University, and who has advanced the field of education, health, and human services. Tim is a 1968 graduate of Kent State.


Mr. Kilduff is also the driving force behind the proposed International Marathon Center, as well as many of the statues in Hopkinton. In addition, he is the author of the kindred city relationship between the Town of Hopkinton and Marathon, Greece. Alumni Profile File photo.

 
Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Individual arrested on a warrant, MVA on Pond Street,
illegal dumping Davis Road, erratic operator on Cedar Street,
request for more speed enforcement on Granite Street,
wires down on Pond and Church Streets, gates
left open at Marshall Ave construction site,
arrest for Child Endangerment While OUI,
more...

April 5, 2021
Two New Arrests

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2021 Boston Marathon Invitational Entry Program Policy Adopted by the Select Board, April 6th, 2021. Pursuant Section 2 of the Hopkinton Marathon Policy, the Select Board will distribute invitational applications for the upcoming 2021 Boston Marathon in the following manner.

 

Invitational entry applications will be distributed to qualified organizations through a random selection that will take place at a duly constituted public meeting. In order to qualify for the random selection, an organization must fit one of two category descriptions outlined in the Town’s Marathon Policy, namely:

      i. Town departments, boards, and committees that perform Marathon functions who may distribute entries to organizations undertaking activities for the benefit of the Town of Hopkinton.

        ii. Organizations undertaking public service activities within the Town of Hopkinton.

 

Each organization may request up to two (2) invitational entries. However, the Select Board will announce a cap of invitational entries that an organization could receive on the day of the random selection. Organizations that receive invitational entries through the random selection may then distribute them directly to individual runners that agree to raise money for the receiving organization, may not transfer entries to other organizations or individuals, and must agree to comply with all terms and conditions set by the BAA and the Town. Organizations wishing to apply, may only apply under one category. The Board requests that organizations who apply commit to a minimum of raising $5,000 per invitational entry they receive through the random selection.

 

Qualified organizations that would like to be included in the random selection must fill out the Town of Hopkinton 2021 Boston Marathon Invitational Entries Application, and submit to the Select Board/Town Manager’s Office by Sunday, April 18th, 2021. Late applications will not be considered. Applications will be available online on the news section of the Home page on the Town Website, by clicking here, and in the Town Manager’s Office.

 

Applications will become available by COB Wednesday, April 7th, 2021.

 

Please submit all applications via the online form, OR email to vdutta@hopkintonma.gov  or mail hard copy to the Town Manager’s Office at: Select Board c/o 2021 Marathon Invitational Entries 18 Main Street Hopkinton, MA 01748 For questions, please contact Vasudha Dutta at 508-497-9701. Click here for Google Doc Entry Form

 
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The Easter Osprey!

April 4, 2021 - Happy Easter to all! I got a visit from an Osprey instead of a bunny... .
The Osprey is still hanging around, and he circled right overhead. His wingspan was so huge, I couldn't even photograph him entirely....had to wait for him to get farther away! He would slow down, and almost hover watching the pond for fish!
~ Julie Ford
 

Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Assisting Health Dept. to recover animals on Valleywood Dr., dogs running in and out of roadway, drivers "flying"
thru Kimball Rd STOP sign, white van with road rage - no answer at company,
Pinecrest Village caller hacked, individual entered lobby twice shouting and screaming,
male approaching females in parking lot, Fenton Street furnace red-tagged, OUI Arrest,
van driving too perfectly,  assist Tiverton, RI police contact individual in Hopkinton,
more details...
April 2, 3, 4, 2021
One New Arrest
Fire Logs
 

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Exhibit at Hopkinton Center for the Arts
Beyond The Studio exhibit on display now until April 29 in The Lotvin Family Gallery.
Below: Marion Buricatu Thery | A Walk Along The Mill
 

Linda C. (Roake) Hubley, 68

 

Linda C. (Roake) Hubley, 68, of Southborough, passed away on Thursday, April 1, 2021 at home, after a brave struggle with brain cancer. She was the beloved wife of George "Skip" Hubley for the past 42 years.

 

Linda was a 1970 graduate of Billerica Memorial High School, and earned a degree in Forestry and Parks Management at Essex Agricultural and Technical Institute in Danvers. During college she worked for Mass. Department of Environmental Management, Division of Forests and Parks at Hopkinton State Park. After college she was assigned to Walden Pond State Reservation in Concord as an assistant supervisor, then re-assigned back to Hopkinton State Park as Principal Forest and Park Supervisor.

 

When her children were born Linda left her job to be a stay at home mom. In 2008 she returned to work, this time with the USDA in Worcester working on the Asian Long-horned Beetle Eradication, Plant Protection and Quarantine program and retired in 2019 as a supervisor. Linda gave back to her community by volunteering at the schools, and serving on many committees over the years. To name a few, she was an election worker, photographer for the fire department, and the owner and editor of the former Southborough News online news.

 

Linda earned several awards, in 1987 she was awarded the Al Hendry award for outstanding abilities in recreation supervision and in 2012 she was awarded the Unsung Heroines for all her accomplishments, and was presented to her at the State House in Boston. Linda had a great love for horses and the 4H. She loved everything about nature and was an avid Patriots fan. She will be remembered for her kindness, her smile and the impact she left on the earth's environment.

 

In addition to her husband, she is survived by her children, Matthew Hubley, Tanya Curran and her husband Patrick; her grandchildren, Gianna and Sophia Hubley; her siblings, Eileen Roake, Stephen Roake and his wife Valerie, Carol Stepnitz and her husband Larry; an uncle and two aunts; many nieces and nephews and cousins.

 

Visiting hours will be held on Tuesday, April 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Morris Funeral Home, 40 Main Street, Southborough. Covid-19 rules will be strictly enforced. Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, April 7, at 10:30 a.m., at St. Matthew Church, 26 Highland Street, Southborough. Burial will be private In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be sent in her memory to www.lastchancecorral.org  ; Last Chance Coral, 5350 Old Rte 33, Athens, OH, 45701 To leave words of condolence to her family, please visit www.morrisSouthboroughfuneral.com

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Got Pollen?

April 4, 2021 - Bombus impatiens, or Common Eastern Bumblebee Playing around with my macro lens on tiny Andromeda flowers in the sun, when I heard buzzing. I was GIDDY!I am no bug expert, but did some research, and made sure I had the right species. Due to the time of year, this is most likely a queen who just woke up from overwintering. They are solitary right now, and only emerge to drink nectar, gaining energy for nest building. I followed her where she went into the ground, under some leaf litter under creeping juniper about 20 feet away. Look at the pollen all over her! Messy eater, but SO environmentally important....and just adorable . ~Julie Ford
 
Canty’s Underdog Scholarship

April 16 Deadline approaching

 

This scholarship is being given in Memory of Brad Canty, Class of 2018. Brad had to work harder than most due to gastrointestinal and immune issues, causing him frequent school absences. This did not take away from him being a thoughtful, kind, compassionate young man who would go out of his way to make some else’s day better.

The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize a student who has strength of character, a deserving student who may have gone unrecognized while in high school. We want you to know you were seen!

There will be 10 scholarships awarded in the amount of $1000 to qualified seniors.

Eligibility: Hopkinton Resident/ High School Graduating Senior Accepted to a 2 or 4-year college/university or vocational school

 

Applications are available at the high school or through Naviance

 

Please return application including your essay, recommendation letter to:

Canty’s Underdog Scholarship

5 Cunningham St

Hopkinton, MA 01748.

Deadline: April 16, 2021

Massachusetts State Police Statement on Attack Against Capitol Police

 

The Massachusetts State Police are monitoring developments in the investigation into today’s deadly assault on Capitol Police Officers in Washington, D.C.  While federal authorities continue to develop and share information, we currently are aware of no connection between the suspected assailant and Massachusetts, nor are there any credible or specific threats of violent activity of a similar nature in this state. We routinely maintain a high alert level and multi-layered security operation at government buildings and property under our jurisdiction, and have the capability to adjust that operation if intelligence so dictates. With heavy hearts we offer our condolences to our fellow officers of the Capitol Police and the families of the officers attacked in today’s incident. 

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IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM THE RMV:
Due to a systems outage, the safety and emissions stations will not be able to inspect vehicles today, March 31, 2021. Law enforcement has been notified that inspections are unable to take place and to give the consideration due on April 1, 2021. Information will be provided on this website when stations are able to begin testing again.
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Free Furniture and Electronics Drop-Off Event in Hopkinton

Co-sponsored by Green Team Junk Removal and the Hopkinton Sustainable Green Committee

Hopkinton — Thursday, April 1, 2021 — In honor of Earth Day 2021, Green Team Junk Removal and the Hopkinton Sustainable Green Committee are sponsoring a drop-off event for furniture and electronics. The event will be held on Saturday, April 24 beginning at 9 a.m. and ending at approximately noon, depending on when capacity is reached. The location will be the north parking lot of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, 98 Hayden Rowe. Residents should enter via the main High School entrance and exit via the Loop Road.

 

The furniture collected will be donated, so it must be in clean, reusable condition. There is a limit of two large furniture items per household. Only the following furniture items will be accepted: couches, love seats, recliners, wooden kitchen tables, kitchen chairs, end tables, coffee tables, low TV stands, dressers, bureaus, nightstands, and lightweight desks.

 

Electronics will be recycled. There is no limit on the number of items that may be dropped off. Only the following electronic items will be accepted: PC monitors, CPUs, motherboards, hard drives, CD drives, power supplies, gold & silver RAM, peripheral cards, telecom equipment, telecom boards, printers & faxes, phone systems, cellphones, cellphone boards, blank boards, keyboards, radio equipment, gaming systems, amplifier systems, and routers.

 

There is no charge to drop off items. Tax receipts will be available for furniture drop offs. Residents are required to wear masks and respect social distancing guidelines. Volunteers will be available to assist and to direct traffic.

 

Those wishing to find out more may visit http://bit.ly/HopDrops  or contact Green Team Junk Removal at www.GoGreenTeamJunk.com .

 
Hopkinton Garden Club Online Speaker Series Event: “Say It with Flowers…Springtime” a video presentation by Thelma Shoneman on April 20th at 7:30

The Hopkinton Garden Club’s April presentation will be “Say It with Flowers…Springtime,” a video program featuring five floral designs of varying design types. Forced spring flowering branches are used in most designs and a variety of techniques and leaf manipulations are demonstrated. Flower meanings add to the story told by each design. Join the Club for this video presentation by floral designer Thelma Shoneman via Zoom on Tuesday, April 20th at 7:30 p.m.

Thelma is a Master Level Nationally Accredited Flower Show Judge, an instructor in the Sogetsu School of Ikebana International and an active member of the Actor Garden Club for over 20 years. Thelma has exhibited in the Ikebana Division of the Boston Flower Show, Tower Hill Ikebana shows, the Museum of Fine Arts, Art In Bloom shows and the Worcester Art Museum, Flora in Winter shows. She retired in 2007 from owning her own flower shop, Colony Florist in Concord and enjoys presenting floral design programs throughout New England.


This program will be held via Zoom and is open to the public. Nonmembers who wish to attend, please respond to register@hopkintongardenclub.org  and state your interest in attending our April 20th online event. Instructions will follow.

The Speaker Series is supported in part by a grant from the Hopkinton Cultural Council through the Massachusetts Cultural Council LCC program. The Hopkinton Garden Club is a nonprofit organization whose mission in the local community is education, beautification, and conservation. The Club was organized in 1924 and is an affiliate of The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts.

Charles W. Lodge, 97

Charles W. Lodge of Charlton, MA, formerly of Walpole, MA, passed away peacefully on March 22nd in Okatie, South Carolina. He was 97 years old. He was predeceased by Patricia Lodge, his loving wife of 70 years. He was born in Scio, Ohio on February 8, 1924 to Harry and Marguerite Lodge.

 

He was predeceased by his brother Harry Lodge and his wife Betty, sisters Marguerite Lodge, June Lodge and Martha Freese and her husband Robert and his sister-in-law Ann Zeigler and her husband Ned Zeigler. Charles served his country in World War II with the 1056th Port Construction and Recovery group.

 

After the war, Charles earned a B.A. from Miami University and an M.A. from the University of Wisconsin. He spent most of his career as a writer for the Foxboro Company, Creamer, Inc. (formerly Horton, Church & Goff), and Cahners Publishing. A man of deep faith, he was an active member of Epiphany Parish of Walpole for many years, where he served on the vestry, as an usher, and in several officer positions. Later he worshipped at St. Paul’s Church, Millis and Christ Church, Rochdale. He was a Master Mason and member of Azure Lodge Walpole for 63 years. He enjoyed golf, baseball, attending Walpole High football games and any number of his children’s and grandchildren’s school and sporting events.

 

He is survived by his children, David Lodge of Lakeville, MA, Thomas & Terri Lodge of Okatie, SC and formerly of Hopkinton, James & Susan Lodge of Treasure Island, FL, Anne Lodge & Polly Irish-Lodge of Everett, WA and Mary & Greg Pratt of Laguna Niguel, CA. He cherished and was cherished by his grandchildren David & Laura Lodge, Mary & TJ Becker, Susan & Connor Smart, Sarah Lodge, Allison & Ryan Forsman, Jonathan Lodge, Lauren & Henri Floris, Kellie & Joseph Frissora, Melissa Lodge, Carrie Pratt, John Pratt, Joseph Pratt and Samson Irish-Lodge and great-grandchildren Anna Becker, Jillian Forsman, Lavinia Floris, Marigold Floris and Thompson Lodge. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

 

The family would like to thank the Fieldstone staff at the Overlook Communities in Charlton for their care of their father as well as the Friends of Caroline Hospice for the comfort they provided in his final days.

 

A wake will be held at Alexander F. Thomas & Sons Funeral Home, 45 Common Street, Walpole, MA from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm on Thursday, April 15th, followed by burial at Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton, MA. A memorial service will be held at Epiphany Parish Walpole, MA at a later date.

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Hillers Pizza for Doug Flutie Foundation
During National Autism Acceptance Month in April

April 1, 2021 - Hillers Pizza, 77 West Main Street, will be donating 15% of the total sales every Wednesday in April, which will be donated to the Hopkinton Police Association to benefit the Doug Flutie Foundation. Not only can customers help by shopping there, they can also pick up a police autism patch for $10, too, while they are there. 100% of those proceeds also go to the foundation through the Hopkinton Police Association. HopNews File photo.
 

Milford Regional Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Now Offers

Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Therapy


 

MILFORD – Milford Regional Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine is now offering a new treatment to women who suffer from dysfunctions of the pelvis and groin area that contribute to bowel, bladder, sexual health and other pain complaints.
The Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Therapy program is offered in our offices at Milford Regional in the Blackstone Valley, 100 Commerce Drive, Northbridge; and 42 Cape Road (Route 140), Milford.
Up to one third of all women experience a problem with their pelvic floor muscles at some point in their life. The Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Therapy program can treat common conditions, including:

Pelvic floor weakness
Pregnancy-related conditions such as sacroiliac joint pain, sciatica, pubic symphysis separation, incontinence, low back pain, pelvic pain and post-partum incontinence
Diastasis recti abdominus
Endometriosis
Pudendal neuralgia
Prolapse
Pelvic pain, vulvodynia
Urge/stress/mixed incontinence
Interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome
Post-surgical pain due to bladder slings/lifts, hysterectomy, laparoscopy, colporrhaphy, endometrial ablation
Sexual dysfunction/dyspareunia/vaginismus
Sexual trauma
 
Our specially-trained therapists offer non-surgical treatment options including behavioral strategies, biofeedback training, manual therapies like visceral and internal/external soft tissue mobilizations, therapeutic exercises for the pelvic floor, posture re-training, lifestyle education and a thorough home exercise program.
For more information, visit www.milfordregional.org/ , or call our Northbridge location at 508-234-8792 or our Milford location at 508-422-2388 to schedule an appointmen
t.

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<<<<------ Click thumbnail to enlarge Cornell's Menu
or the right thumbnail for Harbor to Hill Menu 4/1/21------->>>>
 
Ready to Go
(View from rear of St. John's)


April 1, 2021 - At the far end of the recently cleared land above are 25 and 35 Main Street. The land at the foreground is the border of property owed by the Archdiocese of Boston, upon which St. John the Evangelist Church sits. Below is an overhead plan that shows the residential structures to be built on the cleared land as well as the parking area to be developed by the town, and given to the town for that purpose by Chuck Joseph; it was accepted by Town Meeting. The nearly 3 dozen spaces will be categorized as municipal spaces, and will add to the inventory of spaces Downtown.
     The 2 existing buildings themselves will lose their center driveway, which will become a walkway to Main Street. This will reduce the curb cuts and vehicular traffic across the to-be-built bike lane.





Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Front door of home left open by cleaners,
Grove Street house and car egged, man
lost his passport, traffic signal out at Wood Street,
individual reports staff harassing her,
individual reports unknown person used his CC info to
purchase iphone, car has missing parts and
smashed windows, broken glass, oil tank leaking,
people advised not to be at skate park after hours,
March 31, 2021
Existing Arrest


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Karate Kick

March 31, 2021 - As readers may recall, in 2020 there were bans on gatherings as well as travel. News media was one  of the exempt categories, and so we spent some of the time we would have spent photographing school varsity sports, photographing nature. In one case, a daily trip to our favorite heronry yielded a portrait of the lives and individual struggles of the birds in a few of the nests in a 12-nest heronry.

      Above, the great blue heron landing today appears to be ready to demonstrate "the crane kick," the fictional kick that won (spoiler alert) Daniel LaRusso the tournament in The Karate Kid movie.



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Coast is Clear

March 31, 2021 - Cathy Burns Howe finally has her own website: https://www.catherinehowepastels.com/
 





Hopkinton Police Incident Log
Individual got one box of K-cups but ordered two,
2-car MVA - no PI, complaint about erratic op of moped,
illegal burn - removed illegal items, assistance with
wheelchair, unauthorized parking,


March 30, 2021
Existing Arrest
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Main Street Corridor Project

March 30, 2021 - Like Town Engineer Dave Daltorio said this evening at a Q&A with town officials and others on HCAM's YouTube live channel, the Main Street Corridor Project will be proceeding oftentimes simultaneously  in more than one  location in the project's scope. Above is the westernmost area of the project where workers removed a cluster of trees in front of the home at 5 West Main Street, where the roadway will be widened. A new lane will accommodate eastbound traffic for a sharp left turn lane onto Wood Street in order to let through-traffic pass to Downtown and Pleasant Street. Below, in the photo from 2019, the cluster of trees on the left of the photo was removed today. According to Mr. Daltorio, the work on the project will be performed Monday through Friday, 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. The banner near the top of the page will remain with the link to the project's website. On the first page of the project's website near the bottom is a link to sign up for updates.  Or sign up here now.
 

Dinner?

March 30, 2021 - This red-tailed hawk a couple of hundred feet overhead appears to have a snake in its beak, something people don't see every day.

Hopkinton PD partners with Middlesex Sheriff’s Office on training

HOPKINTON, Mass. – Hopkinton Police Chief Joseph Bennett and Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian today announced that 24 members of the Hopkinton Police Department recently completed interactive, scenario-based training utilizing the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office’s (MSO) Mobile Training Center (MTC). The training was conducted March 22-26 in Hopkinton.


The MTC is a specialized trailer that provides officers the ability to train for situations they may encounter during their daily duties. Adaptive video scenarios displayed within the trailer require officers to use a host of skills – particularly communication and de-escalation – to resolve them.


“The ability to train our officers using real-life scenarios that evolve based on the officer's use of their communication and de-escalation skills is invaluable,” said Chief Bennett. “We are grateful to Sheriff Koutoujian and his staff for making this opportunity available to our department.”

Over five days of training, members of the Hopkinton Police Department participated in scenarios that focused on traffic stops, disturbances and calls where mental health was a primary factor.


“The MTC’s interactive capabilities require officers to use the full range of their training and experience to respond to scenarios they may be called on to deal with during any shift,” said Sheriff Koutoujian. “Critically, the setting also allows Hopkinton Police Department instructors to provide immediate and constructive feedback that officers can take right back with them on that shift. We’re proud to work with Chief Bennett and HPD on this important training.”


In 2020, more than 875 officers took part in training on the MTC. To date this year, the MTC has already been used by a number of agencies including police departments in Acton, Concord and Bedford.

The MTC was purchased by the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office with federal grant funds in 2010. HPD Press Release.


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Hopkinton Republican Caucus Wednesday, April 7, 2021, 7-9:00 pm
Join Zoom Meeting
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March 29th COVID-19 Update from Rep. Carolyn Dykema
Dear Neighbor,

As the weather gets warmer and we vaccinate a growing portion of our population, it begins to feel like we are coming to a "light at the end of the tunnel" of the COVID-19 pandemic. Over 400,000 doses of vaccine were shipped to Massachusetts last week, and 27% of residents of Middlesex and Worcester Counties have received at least one dose.

However, it is important to remember that the threat of COVID-19 persists and that we must still take the appropriate steps to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities from COVID-19 infection and transmission. In recent weeks, there has been a concerning increase in COVID-19 spread in Massachusetts despite the increasing number of individuals who are vaccinated against the virus. In the last week, the 7-day averages for daily cases, hospitalizations, and daily deaths have all increased for the first time since January, and the positive test rate has increased as well.

Please keep in mind that statewide public health guidance about mask use, social gatherings, and personal hygiene remain in effect. If you do feel sick, please remember that free COVID-19 testing is still available at sites across the Commonwealth, which you can find at mass.gov/stopthespread. We are making tremendous progress in our fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, but maintaining our vigilance in the coming weeks and months as the vaccine rollout continues can and will save countless lives. Thank you for everything you are doing to keep all of us and our communities safe and healthy.

To receive this newsletter in your inbox, sign up here. Past issues and additional resources can be found at carolyndykema.com/covid19.* You can also check my Facebook page for more up-to-the-minute updates and communications. Overall, the state Dept. of Public Health website is the best source of accurate and up-to-date information and contains a wide-range of information and a likely source of answers to many of your questions.  

While the State House is closed to the public, my office continues to operate remotely. The best way to reach me or my staff at this busy time is via email at carolyn.dykema@mahouse.gov. We are also available by phone if necessary at 617-722-2680. 

Sincerely,
Carolyn Dykema
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Jean F. Drawe, 88

HOPKINTON - Jean F. Drawe, 88, died Sunday, March 28, 2021 at The Timothy Daniels House in Holliston after a long battle with Alzheimer’s.


Jean worked at Colella’s Market in Hopkinton for many years at the deli counter. She was known as “The Cheese Lady,” because she always gave the kids a little cheese sample.

She loved all the get-togethers with her whole family which included many summer cookouts, picnics at the state park beaches, birthdays and anniversary parties. She spent a lot of time at the Hopkinton Senior Center and the Friday afternoon dances at the Holliston Senior Center.

Jean was the widow of the late Raymond A. Drawe, whom she was married to for 62 years before his death in 2015. Her son, James Drawe passed away in 1975. In addition, she was preceded in death by her mother, Mildred (Pond) McKinstry, her father, Preston McKinstry and step-mother, Ruth (Davis) McKinstry. She was also preceded in death by her sister Dorothy Watkins and brothers Robert, Harold and Raymond McKinstry.

She is survived by her children Nancy "Punky" Drawe, Thomas Drawe and his long time girlfriend, Diane Facendola and Teddy Drawe, all of Hopkinton. She also leaves her sister Judith McKinstry of Millbury, many nieces and nephews as well as two grandchildren.

Private funeral services will be held at the family's convenience. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Callanan Cronin Funeral Home
.

 


Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Tree on fire from downed power line - one end live,
trees down (x4), unemployment fraud, "Alprilla
Road like a racetrack," man with a rifle
riding up and down Donna Pass on a bicycle - GOA,
missing woman found, scam call from "Town of Hopkinton,"
more...


March 29, 2021
(Awaiting edit)
Existing Arrest

Click on image to see trailer
 
Words Not Necessary

March 29, 2021 - From HPD facebook.

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Thank You to Patrons

Letter to the Editor:
 
The Hopkinton Music Association would like to thank the following individuals, families, and businesses who donated to our March Calendar Fundraiser: Arena’s Meat Market, Beauvais family, BIttersweet Co., Dolski family, Depatie family, Donna Eichorn, Franks family, Hanscom family, Hillers Pizza, Hopkinton Card & Gift, Hopkinton Shell, HHS Music Alumni, Kirshy family, Meek family, Annie Merzel, Morgan’s Harbor to Hill Seafood Market, Price Chopper, The Spoon, Stedt family, and Weston Nurseries.

With your generous support, we were able to raise funds for music student scholarships and other programs for the Hopkinton Public School Music Program!
 
With Sincere Thanks,
The Hopkinton Music Association
Executive Board
March 29, 2021

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Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Deer struck- flees, MVA - minor pole damage - courtesy
transport to Southborough, deceased deer - was in Milford,
civil dispute on Wood Street, deceased animal in middle of
roadway, Upton PD requested assistance with arrest,
abundance of calls from medical companies,

2-car MVA w/individual getting aggressive, Ashland PD
requests matron for female prisoner, white dog in road,
teens riding office chair down Walcott street,  possible
brush fire (x2), dark-haired teenage girl doing 60 mph down
Connelly Hill Road, noise in basement, K-9 team on way to assist with
missing male who was found enroute, missing Hayden Rowe husband
returns home - police called for assistance, 67 year-old arrested
on a warrant, more...

March 26, 27, 28
One Arrest    Fire Logs
 
James Patrick Fitzgerald Sr., 86,

James Patrick Fitzgerald Sr., 86, of Humarock and formerly of South Weymouth, MA, passed away on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Born in Boston, he was the son of the late Mary Kate (Sullivan) and Patrick T. Fitzgerald. He was married to the late Ellen (Kilroy) Fitzgerald. 

Jim grew up in Dorchester, MA and was a 1955 graduate of Boston College. A Lieutenant in the Navy, Jim served as a Navy Pilot where he flew a P2V Neptune aircraft. He worked for many years as Vice President in Hospital Administration at Brockton Hospital. He was a lifetime member of the Marshfield Yacht Club and attended St. Anne’s Parish in Marshfield. Jim was extremely proud of his Dorchester roots and his Irish Heritage.

Jim is survived by nine children: James P. Fitzgerald Jr. and his wife Denise of York, ME, Kevin P. Fitzgerald and his wife Suellen of Westborough, Patrick T. Fitzgerald and his wife Maureen of Milton, Daniel J. Fitzgerald of Hopkinton, Paul F. Fitzgerald and his wife Michelle of Mendon, John T. Fitzgerald and his wife Sandy of Mansfield, Kathleen M. (Fitzgerald) Herlihy of Hopkinton, David A. Fitzgerald of Hopkinton, and Mark J. Fitzgerald and his wife Robin of Scituate. He also leaves behind siblings, Josephine Noble of Weymouth, Thomas Fitzgerald of Boston, Maureen Egan of Boca Raton, FL, W. Paul Fitzgerald and his wife Joyce of Naples, FL, and sister-in-law Mary Fitzgerald of Walpole. He is predeceased by his siblings John “Jack” Fitzgerald and Catherine “Sissy” Gillis.

Jim will be fondly remembered as Grandpa by his 21 grandchildren; James (“Jimmy”) Patrick III, Kaitlyn, Kylie, Gillian, Liam, Meghan, Shannon, Joseph, Aidan, Brendan, Maryellen, Andrew, Owen, Ciara, Colin, Quinn, Elizabeth, Patrick, Ryan, Catherine and Mary. He was also “Uncle Jim”, “Big Jim” or “Mr. Fitz” to dozens of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

During his long work tenure, Jim was dedicated to supporting the nursing staff at Brockton Hospital, whom he held in highest regard. Throughout his years, he enjoyed fishing and lobstering off the coast of Scituate, swapping stories with friends at the Marshfield Yacht Club, and taking generations of family water skiing on Monponsett Pond in Halifax, MA. To all who knew him, no visit with Jim was ever complete without some quick witted one-line humor, a glass (or two) of cold beer, and the backdrop of Irish music crackling on a portable radio.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, April 1st from 4-7 pm at the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton, 57 Hayden Rowe St. www.ChesmoreFuneralHome.com . A funeral service will be held at a later date when gathering is safer to do so. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to your local food pantry.


Jeanette Thomson Architects Can Make Your Dreams Come True
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Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton

New Transactions from March 23, 2021 to March 28, 2021
Choose Links to See Town's Property Card
Address
Buyer
Price 
Date
Seller
Hopkinton
25 Main Street Unit 1 Oasis on Main Street LLC $735,000 March 26, 2021 Peter J Thalmann Tr, Charles N Marsland Tr, et al
22 West Elm Street Derek Pszybysz, Ashley Moraski $860,000 March 26, 2021 Thomas M Wall Tr, et al
11 Weston Lane Unit 11 WES Jon Wolf $649,000 March 26, 2021 Trails LLC
35 Magnolia Drive, Unit 353 Kalyan K Gondrala, Harika Menta $633,229 March 26, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England
138 Old Town Road Kristine J Kelsey $165,000 March 26, 2021 Geurt Van de Kamp, Janice HM Van de Kamp
Last Week        
37 Magnolia Drive Unit 352 Vivekkumar Krishnapratap Singh, Neeta Mondal $660,210 March 19, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
25 Forest Lane Unit 21 Vadivelan Adhimoolam, Saranya Subramanian $450,000 March 19, 2021 Bin Dai, Jiaojiao Liu
10 Duffield Road Thomas G Towle, Hiromi  Y Towle $311,000 March 18, 2021 Richard W Norton III, Sharon A Norton
10 Clubhouse Lane Unit 10 CLU Deborah Ann Ray $599,000 March 18, 2021 Trails LLC
9 Hearthstone Road Vijaykumar Krishnamurthi, Marcela Krishnamurthi $1,007,000 March 17, 2021 Stephen M Bird, Diane C Bird
19 Birkdale Lane Unit 19 BIR William D Haley, Suzanne C Haley $639,000 March 16, 2021 Trails, LLC
Week Before        
36 Magnolia Drive Hua Tao $562,660 March 12, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England
334 Wood Street Maksym, Golovnia, Mariam Golovnia $1,030,000 March 11, 2021 Ravenwood LLC
Week Before        
8 North Pond Way Unit 21 Mehul Mathur, Divya Mathur $710, 799 March 5, 2021 Bruce D Wheeler Tr et, al
38 Magnolia Drive Unit 341 Nishith Mahedrakumar Vyas, Rakh Nishith Vyas $615, 595 March 5, 2021 Pulte Homes of new England LLC
19 Wayside Drive Unit 271 Sana Tabassum, Jawed Akhtar $590,000 March 5, 2021 Paul R Hunt Tr et al
54 Cherry Lane Unit 392 Kumar Gadamanudeep, Santhosi Chakra Sravanthi Naraharisetti $798,420 March 4, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
5 Clubhouse Lane Unit 5 CLU Marcus Jacob Goldman, Lori Jane Goldman $619,000 March 3, 2021 Trails LLC
Week Before        
19 John Matthew Road Jose Eduardo Torre-Serrano, Nydial Justinianno-Tacoronte $1,620,000 March 1, 2021 Kristina Marie Parsons
14 Marshall Ave Kristi McDermott $710,000 March 1, 2021 Haven Construction Mngmt
102 East Main Street Adam West $300,000 March 1, 2021 Arthur W Fairbanks, Anne M Fairbanks
52 Cherry Lane Mohammad Maymandi Nejad $688,890 February 26, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
15 Birkdale Lane Unit 15 BIR John F LaFlamme Tf, Barbara J LaFlamme Tr, et al $639,000 February 26, 2021 Trails LLC
13 Birkdale Lane Unir 13 BIR Paul R Hunt Tr, Therese Hunt Tr, et al $639,000 February 23, 2021 Trails LLC
9 Walcott Street Junjie Zhu, Wanwan Zhang $305,000 February 23, 2021 US Bank Trust, et al
 







Hopkinton Center
for the Arts

Come in and in a safe and socially distanced manner and enjoy the 2021 Teacher Show "Beyond the Studio" now on display in the Lotvin Family Gallery at the HCA (98 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton, MA).

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Choose the image below to see some video from Saturday's rally, 3/27/2021
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Robotics Competition

March 27, 2021 — Edward Yen, student at the Vinci Robotics Academy in Lexington, takes a look at this team's entry today on the sidewalk outside Hopkinton High School during the VEX Robotics competition Regional Championships to qualify for the World Championship competition.
 
Asian Anti-hate Rally


March 27, 2021 —Multiple Asian groups organized another rally, this time at all the towns on the route of the Boston Marathon, ending in Boston. Above, runners who left the rally at Hopkinton Common pass near the one-mile mark this morning. HopNews took some video of the rally at the common, as well as many photos to document the event, which we will put up later today.

Seven's Company, Eight's a Crowd

March 27, 2021 - These turtles were among many enjoying a sunny day on Bloods Pond today.
 
3-vehicle Collision

March 27, 2021 - Police cleared the scene, directed traffic and wrote reports following a 3-car collision on West Main Street this morning. There did not appear to be any serious injuries. (Photographed through the windshield - Note to self: Windex and paper towels.).

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Out of the Mud

March 26, 2021 - These turtles fresh out of the mud in North Mill Pond are climbing a rock larger than usual up a 45 degree angle and have  quite a distance ahead of themselves. Inasmuch as their claws are not designed for coming down a slope, perhaps they are going up in order to slide down? Wouldn't that be a sight, watching turtles climb up, only to slide down, over and over again?
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  • Updated List of candidates who have taken out papers for the 2021 Hopkinton Town Election, as of March 26, 2021
  •      Compiled by Town Clerk, Connor Degan
  •     
  •     Irfan Nasrullah, Board of Selectmen/Select Board, Democratic, Incumbent
  • Muriel Kramer,  Board of Selectmen/Select Board, Democratic

  • David Paul, Planning Board, Unenrolled, Incumbent

  • Melissa Hayes, Commissioners of Trust Funds, Democratic

  • John Morris, Housing Authority, Democratic

  • Stanley Pulnik, Library Board of Trustees, Democratic, Incumbent

  • Daniel Terry, Parks & Recreation Commission, Unenrolled, Incumbent

  • Francis D'Urso, Constable, Democratic, Incumbent

  • Colleen Malloy, School Committee, Democratic (has requested to withdraw, does not intend to return papers)

  • Leslie Ficarri, Board of Assessors, Democratic, Incumbent

  • Margaret Wiggin, Parks & Recreation Commission, Democratic

  • Robert Benson Jr., Planning Board, Democratic, Incumbent

  • Michael King, Board of Health, Democratic, Incumbent

  • Thomas Pratt, Cemetery Commission, Democratic, Incumbent

    •       Kyla McSweeney, Cemetery Commission (unexpired term, one year), Democratic
  • Amanda Fargiano, School Committee, Unenrolled, Incumbent

  • Margaret Tyler, School Committee, Democratic, Incumbent

  • Francis Deyoung, Planning Board (Unexpired Term), Unenrolled

  • Jared Pray, School Committee, Unenrolled

  • Amy O'Donnell, Parks & Recreation Commission, Democratic

  • Regina Miloslavsky, Board of Health, Democratic 

  •  

  •     There are two ways a candidate can get printed on the election ballot.

  •         1. By taking out nomination papers and turning them in signed, which must then be verified.

  •         2. By being nominated by their party caucus.

  •    A candidate gets elected by having more votes than the others. Besides being on the ballot, an individual could get elected by a write-in campaign, where supporters would write the candidate's name in the blank space provided on the ballot. Or, a candidate could run a sticker campaign, handing out stickers for people to adhere onto the blank space.

 

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Rally & Run To Stop Asian Hate Along Boston Marathon Route
 

New England Chinese American Alliance (NECAA) along with 35 organizations announce the Rally & Run To Stop Asian Hate through eight cities/towns along the world-famous Boston Marathon route. The event is to show solidarity in the wake of deadly Atlanta shootings, to mourn the loss of eight lives including six Asian women, to condemn acts of violence and discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, and to display unity, resilience, and strength of the Asian American community. The cities and towns include Hopkinton, Ashland, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton, Brookline, and Boston. Press Advisory.

 
Hopkinton's Little World

March 26, 2021 — Birder-in-Chief Julie Ford has turned her macro lens on to bring us a look at Hopkinton's smaller creatures; in this case, an essential bee.

Hopkinton Democratic Caucus for 2021 local town election:

Friday April 9th @ 6:30pm

 

Caucus to determine which candidates will receive the Democratic nomination for our Hopkinton local election on the May 22 (originally scheduled for May 17th).

 

This is an open meeting. All Hopkinton registered Democrats may vote or seek a nomination.

 

Join via Zoom:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6588212188...
Meeting ID: 658 821 2188
Passcode: Marathon

Or dial in:
(646) 558 8656
Meeting ID: 658 821 2188
Passcode: 61046631 

Respectfully,

Darlene Hayes, Chair of the Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee

 




Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Stolen silver F-150 with decals on all sides,
water shut off valve box protruding from ground,
broken sprinkler head at Harvey's caused alarm,
individual seeks advice about fraud,
 truck driving over lawn, dog barking excessively,
more...
March 25, 2021
No Arrests

At 77 Main Street.

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Troopers and Officers Searching Lynn Residence for One Fugitive Find Another Instead

 

March 25, 2021- Yesterday, while searching for a wanted fugitive, Troopers from the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section and Lynn Police Officers checked an apartment on Western Avenue in Lynn. Upon knocking, Troopers and Officers were greeted by BENJAMIN TRANFAGLIA, 35, who, while not the original target of the search, was known to also be wanted on a warrant for larceny.

 

The leaseholder of the apartment escorted Troopers and Officers into the residence to allow for a search of the initial target. Members of the arrest team observed, in plain view in a bedroom later determined to be used by TRANFAGLIA, numerous baggies containing white and brown powder and assorted pills. At that point, the arrest team closed off the room and obtained a search warrant. The subsequent court-authorized search resulted in the seizure of more than 15 grams of suspected fentanyl, an equal amount of suspected cocaine and crack cocaine, a cigarette wrapper containing suspected methamphetamine, various non-prescribed medications, and assorted drug paraphernalia. Police also seized from TRANFAGLIA more than $770 in suspected proceeds from illegal drug sales.

 

Troopers charged TRANFAGLIA with trafficking in fentanyl, possession of a Class B narcotic with intent to distribute, and the outstanding larceny warrant. Please credit the photo to Massachusetts State Police. Contributed. HopNews photo

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Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Syringe and $100 in lottery tickets discovered at CVS,
dead animal on side of road, dog locked in motor vehicle
for over an hour, erratic Operator heading into
Westborough, operator accuses school bus of hitting
her mirror on School Street, dog running around on Main Street,
people bringing dogs into Evergreen Cemetery on Wood Street,
2-car MVA, gunshots near Milford line,  Main Street bar
shut off individual who then proceeded to drive north on Cedar
Street, Cold Spring Brook dog barking for hours, more...

March 24, 2021

Good Morning!

March 25, 2021 - One of Julie's favorites showed up for breakfast yesterday.
 

Join Family Promise Metrowest in changing the future for families facing homelessness

 

NATICK, MA – Family Promise Metrowest (FPM), a Natick-based nonprofit , is hosting its annual walkathon to raise awareness and funds to support families facing homelessness across the Metrowest region.


This year’s “Walk for Change” will take place the weekend of May 1-2 in several Metrowest cities and towns. Families, friends, and other small groups will choose their own walk route and time over the course of this weekend-long event. Family-friendly activities will be offered leading up to the weekend, including a Kindness Rocks Project™ hosted in partnership with nonprofit SPARK Kindness and a Houses for Change® activity. Multiple contests, games, and other self-guided activities will also take place during the event.


Registration is now open at www.familypromisemetrowest.org , and t-shirts and fundraising prizes from Athleta, Ben & Jerry’s, Dunkin’, Kona Ice and more are available while supplies last. The registration site also features age-appropriate information and videos about homelessness for individuals and families eager to learn more before the event, in addition to suggested walking routes.


FPM’s mission is to transform the lives of families with children that are facing homelessness by mobilizing local communities to provide shelter, education, and comprehensive support. This annual walkathon raises funds for programs that support families on their path back to stability, including a shelter program and a homelessness prevention program. Local congregations, businesses, schools, and thousands of volunteers partner with FPM to address this issue by providing resources, guidance, and support to families as they bring themselves out of poverty and into a future filled with possibility.


“Amid all the fun and games, this event really matters,” says Sue Crossley, Executive Director. “It’s one of our biggest fundraisers of the year, bringing in over 25% of our annual program budget and significantly impacting the lives of the families we serve.” Contributed.

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Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Male party squatting and digging - Ash Street caller (3X),
on Emma Drive a neighbor has been tossing dog waste
into caller's yard, brush fire deep into woods near Milford,
mini-bikes up and down Walker Street,

kids going in and out of chapel on Wood Street,
more...

March 23, 2021
Fire Logs March 15 - 21

Log added out of sequence:
Gas smell was actually from animal, brush fire extinguished,
CC fraud/identity theft, on Lumber Street - catalytic converter
stolen, chainsaw and gas on roadside, suspicious green
pick up truck, brush fire knocked down, suspicious red Toyota followed female home,

March 22, 2021
 
Hooded Merganser

March 24, 2021 - Photographers need a long lens of quality and a fast shutter to capture birds like the hooded merganser, a diving duck, above, because they are not terribly attracted to people, and have been rarely seen. And in this instance, a quality camera is also a great asset. Thanks to birder, Hopkinton native Julie Ford for these great photos.

Select Board Approves Town Meeting, Town Election Dates
Town Meeting in Tent
Voter Registration for Election - Deadline now May 12, 2021

by Robert Falcione

March 23, 2021 - The Select Board affirmed Town Manager Norman Khumalo's three employee appointments Tuesday evening, after accompanying each introduction with lavish amounts of praise.
      First up was Kelechi Obika for Health Services Agent. Next, Kyle Boucher was hired as a Water Technician (Photo, botton, right). Renee Chen was hired as an Administrative Assistant. All new employees were approved unanimously.

       The Select Board voted unanimously to stage the Annual Town Meeting under a tent on the football field on at 9:00 am on May 8, 2021. The board voted to move the Annual Town election to May 22, 2021.

        Town Moderator Tom Garabedian said, "We are working to complete the meeting in a single day... by starting early and getting our business done." Town Meeting is usually convened on a Monday evening and often lasts two or three evenings.

         Board member Amy Ritterbusch suggested that there be a place on the town website for questions to be answered prior to the meeting to save time. It was well received, and Chair Brendan Tedstone asked Mr. Khumalo to make it so. Ms. Ritterbusch also noted that she understood that the Senior Parade would be held on May 22, 2021. Town Clerk Connor. Degan recommended the school change the date if that were true.

          All votes, including the date changes, were unanimous in the affirmative.

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March 23, 2021 - As Promised. Click Above. (Oops - link now works.)
 
New Hopkinton Business

March 23, 2021 - Kathleen Pyne has opened Pyne Nutrition in the former Maid Pro location at 76 Main Street. A meals-worth of protein in one shake? Energizing tea! All natural ingredients and  service with a mask! She is on facebook.
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March 22, 2021 - It's only been 5 days since the passing in his sleep on March 17, but for friends, family and fans, the memories of Dick Hoyt remain strong. Choose the photo above to see some of the memories we cherish of Dick and his son Rick since 2004, the first full year of HopNews..
 
Hopkinton Police Incident Logs
Loud music and screaming on Chestnut Street,
junk truck spilling debris, MVA on West Main,
Amazon driver attempted entry into home,
dog barking, people got into back seat of vehicle,
erratic operator, caller found owl on side of road -
she will bring to Tufts, K-9 deployment to Milford,
tree hanging on wire, brush fire in back yard,
two vehicles on South Street in dispute,
loud music and screaming on Chestnut Street, more...
March 19, 20, 21, 2021
No arrests

George R. Bailey, D.D.S., 82

Clinton-George R. Bailey, D.D.S., 82, retired Framingham dentist, passed away peacefully at his home in Upton surrounded by family on Friday, March 19, 2021. He is survived by his beloved wife of 59 years, Wendy (Griffin) Bailey; their children: Melissa Abate & husband Mark of Hopkinton; Atty. Michael J. Bailey of Southborough; George F. Bailey & wife Kimberley of Arlington, VA; and Timothy J. Bailey & wife Catherine of Upton. He leaves his brother, Atty. Robert M. Bailey & wife Judith of Kennebunk, ME; 12 adoring grandchildren: Molly & Connor Abate, Andrew, Lindsay, Griffin, Aidan, Quinn, Erin, Megan, Kelly, Sean, and Thomas Bailey; his uncle David I. Bailey of Clinton; nephews: Robert Bailey, Jr. & wife Danielle of Sterling, Atty. Shawn Bailey & wife Hon. Kathryn Bailey of Lancaster, and their families; many cousins, extended family, and dear friends.


Son of the late George F. & Ruth Ann (Kerrigan) Bailey, George was born in Worcester. George spent time during his childhood in Worcester & Clinton and graduated from Saint John’s High School (Temple Street, Worcester), Class of 1956. He achieved his undergraduate degree from Mount Saint Mary’s University and his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Georgetown University School of Dentistry. In 1964, Dr. Bailey opened his dental practice on Lincoln Street in Framingham. Dr. Bailey proudly served our nation as a Captain in the US Army Dental Corps during the Vietnam War. He returned home safely to continue his career in private practice for the next thirty years until retiring. In addition, Dr. Bailey served as the former Dental Director for Parameter Health Center, St. Patrick’s Manor, and Middlesex Manor Nursing Home. He served as a member of the American Dental Association, Massachusetts Dental Society, Metropolitan District Dental Society, and Yankee Dental Congress. He proudly served his community in numerous capacities, notably as a member of the Framingham Lodge of Elks, Framingham Rotary Club, Knights of Columbus, MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, and former member and chairman of the Framingham Public Library Board of Trustees.


An avid golfer, Dr. Bailey was a former member of Framingham Country Club and the International Golf Club in Bolton, where he was well known for his love of competition and quick wit. He was happiest in the company of his family, traveling to Naples, FL during the winter months with Wendy, spending time in Kennebunk, ME or tending to his prized flower and vegetable gardens. George was a lifelong and faithful parishioner at St. Bridget's parish in Framingham for 45 years and a parishioner of St. Matthew's parish in Southborough for the past 4 years.


Calling hours will be held from 4 until 7PM on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 in the Philbin-Comeau Funeral Home, 176 Water St., Clinton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10AM on Thursday, March 25, 2021 at St. John the Evangelist Church, 80 Union St., Clinton, with burial to follow in St. John’s Cemetery, Lancaster. Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Dr. George R. Bailey to: St. John’s Food for the Poor Program, 44 Temple St., Worcester, MA 01604 or Saint John’s High School, 378 Main St., Shrewsbury, MA 01545, www.stjohnshigh.org/support . Online condolences may be placed at www.philbincomeaufh.com

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Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton

New Transactions from March 16, 2021 to March 22, 2021
Choose Links to See Town's Property Card
Address
Buyer
Price 
Date
Seller
Hopkinton
37 Magnolia Drive Unit 352 Vivekkumar Krishnapratap Singh, Neeta Mondal $660,210 March 19, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
25 Forest Lane Unit 21 Vadivelan Adhimoolam, Saranya Subramanian $450,000 March 19, 2021 Bin Dai, Jiaojiao Liu
10 Duffield Road Thomas G Towle, Hiromi  Y Towle $311,000 March 18, 2021 Richard W Norton III, Sharon A Norton
10 Clubhouse Lane Unit 10 CLU Deborah Ann Ray $599,000 March 18, 2021 Trails LLC
9 Hearthstone Road Vijaykumar Krishnamurthi, Marcela Krishnamurthi $1,007,000 March 17, 2021 Stephen M Bird, Diane C Bird
19 Birkdale Lane Unit 19 BIR William D Haley, Suzanne C Haley $639,000 March 16, 2021 Trails, LLC
Last Week        
36 Magnolia Drive Hua Tao $562,660 March 12, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England
334 Wood Street Maksym, Golovnia, Mariam Golovnia $1,030,000 March 11, 2021 Ravenwood LLC
Week Before        
8 North Pond Way Unit 21 Mehul Mathur, Divya Mathur $710, 799 March 5, 2021 Bruce D Wheeler Tr et, al
38 Magnolia Drive Unit 341 Nishith Mahedrakumar Vyas, Rakh Nishith Vyas $615, 595 March 5, 2021 Pulte Homes of new England LLC
19 Wayside Drive Unit 271 Sana Tabassum, Jawed Akhtar $590,000 March 5, 2021 Paul R Hunt Tr et al
54 Cherry Lane Unit 392 Kumar Gadamanudeep, Santhosi Chakra Sravanthi Naraharisetti $798,420 March 4, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
5 Clubhouse Lane Unit 5 CLU Marcus Jacob Goldman, Lori Jane Goldman $619,000 March 3, 2021 Trails LLC
Week Before        
19 John Matthew Road Jose Eduardo Torre-Serrano, Nydial Justinianno-Tacoronte $1,620,000 March 1, 2021 Kristina Marie Parsons
14 Marshall Ave Kristi McDermott $710,000 March 1, 2021 Haven Construction Mngmt
102 East Main Street Adam West $300,000 March 1, 2021 Arthur W Fairbanks, Anne M Fairbanks
52 Cherry Lane Mohammad Maymandi Nejad $688,890 February 26, 2021 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
15 Birkdale Lane Unit 15 BIR John F LaFlamme Tf, Barbara J LaFlamme Tr, et al $639,000 February 26, 2021 Trails LLC
13 Birkdale Lane Unir 13 BIR Paul R Hunt Tr, Therese Hunt Tr, et al $639,000 February 23, 2021 Trails LLC
9 Walcott Street Junjie Zhu, Wanwan Zhang $305,000 February 23, 2021 US Bank Trust, et al
 



The HCA Summer Dance Intensive is for Intermediate and Advanced dancers with some formal training. In a warm and welcoming environment dancers will be able to study ballet, pointe, contemporary, and more with our talented instructors. No audition necessary.
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Uncommonly Hopkinton

March 21, 2021 - This male common merganser has a female at each wing - shared by Julie Ford.
 
Choose Graphic below to watch HopNews video slideshow of Rally Against Asian Hate

Click above to see slideshow

HopNews Video of the
Unveiling of "Yes You Can" statue of Dick and Rick Hoyt
at Center School April 8, 2013
 

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Happy Spring

March 19, 2021 - Julie Ford shares another beautiful photo today.
   

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