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Live! on Main with Roger Kabler, Comedian & Artist
In this show that was live earlier Friday evening, Roger
Informs and entertains while having a discussion with Editor Robert Falcione.
His sold-out comedy show will be at TJ's on Sunday. But don't
worry, they are planning another show next month. Check out the humor below,
which Roger couldn't hold back if he tried.




New Supporters


The Callanan Cronin Funeral Home has now joined the family of HopNews advertising supporters. Established in 1889, the funeral home, located at 34 Church Street, is Hopkinton’s oldest operating business. Currently managed by Funeral Director Tom Cronin, the business was originally started by Tom’s maternal grandfather, Thomas F. Callanan.


Back in 1889, Thomas Callanan, then 22, started the business on Main Street in the Park House Block, which is now the site of Middlesex Savings Bank. Callanan initially used horse-drawn hearses to transport the deceased. Arrangements for Ashland's first soldier killed in the Spanish-American War were handled by Callanan in 1898.


Callanan passed away in 1960 at the age of 92. He was the oldest funeral director in Massachusetts and the oldest businessman in Hopkinton at the time.


Upon his passing, his children, T. Francis Callanan and Mary V. Callanan Cronin began managing the business, which operated from the current site at 34 Church Street. In 1978, the current director, Tom Cronin, joined the business and he assumed ownership after his mother Mary’s passing in 2003. He was assisted for many years by Jack Morrissey, husband of Tom’s sister Mary.


The business continues to serve families of all faiths with pre-arrangement, funeral, memorial, burial and cremation services.

If You See Sally Today, Wish Her a Happy Birthday

Family  Stuff



Raid Nets Gun, Two Cars, and 87 Pounds of Marijuana

Worcester, MASS - DECEMBER 8, 2016 --The Massachusetts State Police Gang Unit, along with other State Police units, local police, and federal agents, this morning seized a firearm, ammunition and large amounts of marijuana and cash in a raid in Worcester. A suspect was arrested, and two high-end vehicles were also seized pursuant to applicable narcotics forfeiture laws.

As a result of an investigation, the Gang Unit, along with the State Police Special Tactical Operations Unit, the State Police Crime Gun Unit, the State Police Detective Unit for Worcester County, the Worcester Police Gang Unit, and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives executed a search warrant at 54 First St.

Troopers, officers, and agents seized the following items: a .45 caliber large capacity pistol loaded with 13 rounds, 87 pounds of marijuana vacuum heat-sealed in one pound bags, and more than $76,000 in United States currency. Investigators also seized a Lexus GX460 and a Lexus RC sports sedan.

State Police arrested the home’s lessee, HUNG LE, 44, and charged him with unlawful possession of large capacity pistol and magazine, improper storage of a firearm, and trafficking in marijuana. LE was expected to be arraigned today in the Worcester District Court.

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Emergency, dial 911 • Non-emergency, PD dial 508-497-3401, FD dial 508-497-2323

Updated December 7, 2016



The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not included in the detail report below.

19 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

30 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

6 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

4 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

1 Time the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

1 Time the Police participated in Community Relations, Crime Prevention Activities or Passenger Safety.

1 Incident of Vandalism.

2 Parking Complaints/Violations.

1 Incident of Larceny.

3 Incidents of Suspicious Activity.

Incident Log

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

4:49 pm Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas spoke with a female regarding a family member who has broken into her house many times.

3:47 pm A caller reported that a motor vehicle sped down Huckleberry Road almost hitting kids who were getting off of the school bus. Sgt. Aaron O'Neil spoke with the operator and advised him of the complaint.

3:46 pm Multiple callers reported a traffic dispute between the operators of a school bus and a motor vehicle. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas responded and advised that the operator of the motor vehicle left upon his arrival.

2:39 pm The bus office reported an erratic operator on West Main Street. Officer Stephen Buckley checked the area with a negative find.

1:56 pm Officer William Burchard spoke with an individual regarding a harassment incident.

Monday, December 5, 2016

1:05 pm A Church Street resident reported that her vehicle was broken into overnight and her wallet was stolen.

8:13 pm A resident of Woodview Way reported that it appeared there neighbor's vehicle had been broken into. A second call was also received regarding another vehicle that had a window smashed out.


Teenager Charged With, Convicted of ‘Swatting’ Threats

December 7, 2016 -- An investigation by the Massachusetts State Police Computer Crimes Unit, other MSP units, the Essex District Attorney’s Office, and other agencies resulted in a guilty plea late last month by a 17-year-old Andover male in connection with several “swatting” incidents. “Swatting” is the slang term for using the Internet to anonymously make hoax threats, including bomb threats.

The investigation that led to the suspect began in early April following “swatting” phone calls that were received in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, and Florida. Massachusetts State Troopers assigned to the Computer Crimes Unit, Bomb Squad, Crime Scene Services Section, and Joint Terrorism Task Force, as well as troopers from the Rhode Island State Police, FBI and Homeland Security agents and Andover Police officers executed a search warrant in furtherance of the investigation.

The suspect’s residence was searched for digital media with the assistance of the MSP Computer Crimes Unit’s K-9 “Winnie,” a dog specially trained in detecting hidden electronic devices. Investigators located an anonabox router – a device that allows a user to anonymously connect to the Internet — in the suspect’s bedroom. Numerous digital devices were seized for forensic examination, which revealed evidence of online messaging between a group of online hackers talking about bomb threats they had conducted.

The investigation determined that the teenager was the leader of a group of online hackers who used anonymous Internet service providers to conduct bomb threats and swatting calls across the United States. Investigators interviewed the teenager, who admitted to destroying evidence just prior to police conducting the search warrant.

Investigators learned that the teenager had made swatting calls on April 15 to Jordan’s IMAX Theaters in Natick and Reading, and had also previously made swatting 911 calls to Florida, New York and Rhode Island. The juvenile also made calls to residents in Wilmington and Woburn. The juvenile was familiar with more than a dozen locations in Massachusetts that received swatting threats, and was also aware of bomb threats made to locations in Little Falls, N.Y., and Spring Valley, N.Y.

The suspect was indicted by the office of Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodget. Faced with the evidence collected during the investigation, the suspect pleaded guilty last month to conspiracy and bomb threat charges. Prosecutors requested a 3- to 5-year state prison sentence. A judge, however, sentenced the teenager to Department of Youth Services custody until his 21st birthday.


Editor's Note: On April 5, 2015, a call was received by Hopkinton Police claiming that people were being held against their will inside the Hopkinton Public Library, and that the caller had a bomb. Police responded immediately, but were called again ordering the police to get away from the library, the inference being that the caller was watching on a webcam. There were actually two on Main Street pointed at the library.

      The police response was massive, cordoning off the Downtown surrounding the library, positioning at least one sniper, and involving multiple agencies, including swat teams (HopNews file photo). HopNews videotaped the police presence, writer Paul McNamara, and an interview with Chief of Police Ed Lee, here. It is unknown if the juvenile in custody was involved with the Hopkinton library incident.

Selectmen Scuttle Audio Surveillance

December 7, 2016 -- As the meeting grew old and the alcohol policy hearing agenda item was next, Selectmen pulled the video and audio surveillance item out for discussion after noting many in the visitor's gallery had come specifically for that. And after hearing arguments against recorded audio surveillance, Selectmen opted to not order audio surveillance and keep the video portion as is.

Building a Wall  .

December 7, 2016 -- Phil Todaro, standing, co-owner of Water Fresh Farm, Edwin Twinney, owner of Start Line Brewing and Attorney Thomas Nealon huddle in front of the Board of Selectmen as they all discuss a license for serving on premises. Water Fresh co-owner Jeff Barton sits directly behind them. The Selectmen want a wall built between the brewery tasting area and the shared (between the grocery and brewery) area.

Family  Stuff



Tree Lighting at TLC

December 7, 2016 -- Trish Miller, her staff, their charges and parents gathered for their annual tree-lighting and heartfelt caroling at dusk yesterday at TLC, The Learning Center of Hopkinton on Wood Street. The light on top of the largest tree is is not an artificial light, but the Moon, placed there by the photographer's positioning.


Saturday, January 7
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Our friends at Pumpernickel Puppets will perform a puppet show based on the classic fairy tale - Peter Rabbit. A demonstration period will follow the performance to give the audience some insight into what happens behind the scenes.
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Sudbury Grist Mill

December 5, 2016 - The replica Grist Mill in Sudbury, affiliated with the Martha Mary Chapel, was on John Collins' mind this morning as he contemplated the best place to take a shot of the first snow of the season. The Grist Mill is a few hundred feet from the 300 year-old Longfellow's Wayside Inn.


Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton & Surrounding Towns

New Transactions from November 28, 2016 - December 5, 2016
Click on blue links to see Town's property card w/photo
20 Wayside Drive unit 266 Kiran Kumar Pinna, Srinagini Konduru $532,297 Dec. 5, 2016 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
8 Cole Drive unit 13 William G. Burgess III, Dale A. Burgess, William
Burgess III Family Trust, Dale A Burgess Family Trust
$506,000 Dec. 1, 2016 Michael A. Verlezza, Estate of Sharon A. Verlezza
172 Oak Road Mary Beth Tuohy, Paul S. Tuohy $440,000 Dec. 1, 2016 Angela M. Rizzolo
100 Oak Street Jose E. Santiago, Elizabeth Delvalle $339,900 Dec. 1, 2016 Shannon M. Sauder, Jayme C. Sauder
16 Thurston Lane Alan Walsh, Caroline Walsh $885,000 Nov. 30, 2016 Brenda Sandler, Tagabe Realty Trust
91 Sudbury Road Susan L. Lipsitz $550,000 Nov. 30, 2016 George V. Calapai Jr.
10 Lafollette Road Lauren E. Vogel $420,000 Nov. 30, 2016 Daniel Aho
26 Coburn Drive Michael Huang, Nichole Huang $620,000 Nov. 30, 2016 Alan Walsh, Caroline Walsh
7 Vine Street Spencer Rookard, Ashley Rookard $288,500 Nov. 30, 2016 Katherine E. Jacquet, Sean M. Jacquet
Parkerville Road Bartolini Builders Inc. $125,000 Dec. 2, 2016 Linda G. Fitts, Duncan A. Fitts
4 Joslin Lane Gregory Schuler, Sharon Schuler $900,000 Dec. 1, 2016 Anthony J. Vaccaro, Rebecca Uhl
10 Fiddleneck Lane Sheldon Prenovitz, Linda C. Prenovitz $355,000 Nov. 30, 2016 Ethel Skafidas
Parkerville Road Bartolini Builders Inc. $220,000 Nov. 30, 2016 Nancy Banfill Helterman
9 Kidder Lane Sagar Makanji, Haita Makanji $877,500 Nov. 29, 2016 Michael E. Campbell, Valerie A. Campbell
32 Flagg Road Lincoln Merrihew $575,000 Nov. 29, 2016 Patricia Pollack, Estate of Alice H. Pollack,
William M. Pollack, Peter J. Pollack
3 Dogwood Lane Justin J. McGann, Christina L. McGann $551,792 Dec. 2, 2016 Crosswinds Properties LLC
104 High Street Mason Brown $235,000 Dec. 1, 2016 Brian R. Lozeau
24 Fowler Street Daniel A. Stack, Meaghan A. Pelletier $390,000 Nov. 30, 2016 Brian Melanson
7 Stoddard Street Daniel J. Kwiecien, Siobhan M. Kwiecien $379,500 Nov. 29, 2016 Deborah A. Dellorso

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Updated December 2, 2016


The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not included in the detail report below.

19 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

32 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

2 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

2 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

2 Times the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

1 Time the Police participated in Community Relations, Crime Prevention Activities or Passenger Safety.

4 Parking Complaints/Violations.

1 Incident of Lost Property.

3 Incidents of Found Property.

2 Incidents of Suspicious Activity.

Incident Log

Sunday, December 4, 2016

10:40 pm A resident of Hayden Rowe Street reported that her son left the house intoxicated and wanted a well being check on him. Two officers responded but were unable to locate him.

11:20 am Multiple 911 callers reported that it appeared a man was on drugs in a West Main Street parking lot. They stated that he fell asleep multiple times while in line at the store and was now outside of his vehicle. Two officers responded to speak with him and advised that they gave him a courtesy transport.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

12:48 pm A caller reported that a male with a child was in a West Main Street parking lot asking for money in order to get home. Officer Stephen Buckley checked the area with a negative find.

Friday, December 2, 2016

1:06 pm A caller reported that someone had gained access to a Main Street building, which was under construction, and left drug related items there. Officer Matthew Santoro responded to write a report.


Janet Ann Greco, 82

Janet Ann Greco, 82, of Ashland passed away on December 3rd at St. Vincent’s Hospital after a long period of declining health. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD; she was the daughter of the late John and Carrie (Wolfsheimer) Miles. Janet was the beloved wife of Salvatore Greco for 55 years. They met at a USO dance in the late 50’s in Baltimore and courted as pen pals for several years before their wedding in her family’s parish St. Mary’s of the Govens in Baltimore.

A proud graduate of St Elizabeth Seton HS (now Seton Kehoe HS) class of 53graduate, a cherished memory was attending her golden reunion. Mrs. Greco worked as an office administrator at Bose Corporation & as a key punch operator for VCAC Inc. for many years during the 70’s & 80’s. She was a member of the American Legion Aux. in Ashland and past member of St. Cecelia’s parish choir. She cherished her visits to Maryland visiting family, time in coastal Maine at their place in Wells, supporting her children’s endeavors and grandchildren’s activities.

In addition to her husband; she is survived by two daughters, Darlene Hayes and her husband Michael of Hopkinton, and Janet Greco-Russo of Ashland; five grandchildren; Andrew and Melissa Hayes, Anthony, Daniel, and Nicholas Russo; two brothers; Francis “Jerry” Miles of Belair, MD; and John “Buddy” Miles Jr. of Baltimore, MD; and one sister Blanche Huemmer Helton of Baltimore, MD plus many nieces & nephews.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday Dec. 10th at 9:00 am in St. Cecilia’s Church, 54 Esty St. Ashland with burial to follow in Wildwood Cemetery in Ashland. Calling hours will be held Friday from 5:00-7:00 PM in the Matarese Funeral Home, 325 Main St. Ashland.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ashland Elder Services, 162 West Main St. Ashland, MA 01721 www.mataresefuneral.com .

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Chamber Board Recommends Against Audio and Video Surveillance Policy

Editor's Note: Below is the verbiage of the proposed change in the Town of Hopkinton's alcohol license policy. Opinions in a letter to the editor are welcome :

6. Security Cameras. All licensees shall install security cameras that record continuous video footage. Cameras recording still images at various time intervals will not satisfy the requirements of this section. The number and position of such cameras shall be adequate to capture each point of sale from the perspective of both the employee and the customer. In addition, Section 15 licensee shall have audio surveillance recording technology to capture conversations occurring at the point of sale between the employee and the customer. Section 15 licensees shall place a conspicuous sign at the door of the establishment, the point of sale, and under each camera, stating that the cameras record oral conversations, as well as video footage. If a microphone is located at the point of sale, signs shall be located at the door of the establishment and at the point of sale alerting individuals that a microphone is located at the point of sale that records oral conversations.

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Hopkinton Garden Club Wreaths for Project Just Because

Volunteers from the Hopkinton Garden Club decorated holiday wreaths for beneficiaries of the Hopkinton based charity Project Just Because. Approximately two dozen wreaths were assembled and donated to Project Just Because for holiday deliveries. This annual wreath making program is one of several community projects sponsored by the Hopkinton Garden Club.





Charter Review Forum

Dear Editor,

Just a reminder that the last public forum for the Charter Review will take place on Wednesday, Dec 7 at the Senior Center at 7 PM.

The revised Charter is attempting to make the Town Clerk’s position appointed vs. elected. Also, while the revised Charter keeps all town Boards elected, Board appointments must go through Personnel based on recommendations from the Town Manager.

A complete draft of the revised Charter is available on the Town website and in the Town Clerk’s office.

This is a great opportunity to become involved and have a voice in your town government. Hope to see you there.

Chris Dietz
44 Alexander Road

December 4, 2016

Attack on Pearl Harbor, A Day of Infamy
Wednesday Marks 75th Anniversary

Past destruction and death remains as it was, and so we present last year's illustration by nationally renown political and social illustrator, Dave Granlund. The coming together of the two countries after a war is often the outcome of major conflicts that have arisen as a result of a previous breakdown of diplomacy. HopNews is open to accepting letters and commentary from veterans of that war.

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State Police and Local Emergency Responders Rescue Lost Hiker in Russell

December  3, 2016 --This afternoon, state police and local emergency services personnel responded to a report of a missing hiker on Tekoa Mountain in Russell.

At about 3:45 p.m., a 23-year-old woman from East Longmeadow, who became lost while hiking on Tekoa Mountain in Russell, called 911 for assistance. A state police helicopter and K-9 responded to the area. Members of the Huntington Police Department and Russel Fire Department set up a command post off of Route 20 at the Old Strathmore Paper Mill.

At about 5:00 p.m., the state police helicopter located the lost hiker on the mountain and directed emergency personnel to her location. A search team consisting of MSP troopers and members of the Russel Fire Department assisted the woman down the mountain while the helicopter provided necessary lighting so they could traverse the rough terrain. The hiker was uninjured and all made it safely off the mountain. HopNews.com file photo.

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November 3, 2016 -- Two cruisers took part in a motor vehicle stop  on Main Street that ended up with the stopped vehicle leaving the scene on a large flatbed truck. The black cruiser is the newest. Its rear-facing light bar can be dimmed in situations where it is stopped, to allow passing vehicles increased visibility.


Begins Today!!

Two Car Crash Route 495 North in Chelmsford with Fatal Injury

December 3, 2016 --At approximately 6:40 a.m., troopers from the State Police Barracks in Concord responded to reports of a head-on collision on Interstate 495 Northbound south of Exit 33 in Chelmsford.

Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2000 Ford Focus was traveling on Interstate 495 Southbound, when for reasons still under investigation it left the roadway, crossed the median and struck a 2017 Toyota Camry travelling of Interstate 495 Northbound. The operator of the Ford Focus that crossed the median has been determined deceased at the scene. The operator of the Toyota Camry that was struck was transported to Lahey Clinic with serious injury.

All travel lanes of Interstate 495 Northbound in Chelmsford are currently (6:40 p.m.) closed for reconstruction. The Southbound travel lanes remain open.

The remaining facts and circumstances of the crash are currently under investigation by troopers from the Concord Barracks. Troop A Headquarters, Andover Barracks, State Police Collision Analysis Reconstruction Section (CARS), State Police Crime Scene Services Section (CSSS), Chelmsford Fire & EMS, Westford PD, and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (Mass DOT), all assisted on scene.


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Emergency, dial 911 • Non-emergency, PD dial 508-497-3401, FD dial 508-497-2323

Updated December 2, 2016



The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not included in the detail report below.

17 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

17 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

3 Times the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

1 Incident of Vandalism.

1 Parking Complaint/Violation.

1 Incident of Larceny.

1 Incident of Fraud.

(1 NEW – Arrests Here)


Incident Log

Thursday, December 1, 2016

9:55 pm A caller reported being assaulted by an unprovoked attack at a West Main Street restaurant. Officers attempted to make contact with the individual at their residence but no one was home.

5:48 pm A caller reported seeing a suspicious person with a ski-mask and skateboard leaving a West Main Street business. Two officers checked the area with a negative find.

5:12 pm Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas stopped a motor vehicle on West Main Street and subsequently arrested a 39 year-old male from Northbridge and charged him with OUI Liquor, 2nd Offense, No Inspection/Sticker and Drinking Alcohol From an Open Container in a Motor Vehicle.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

6:00 pm Two callers reported a motor vehicle accident with possible injuries on Hayden Rowe Street. Subsequently, a 53 year-old female from Hopkinton was arrested and charged with OUI Liquor, 2nd Offense, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Marked Lanes Violation.

4:17 pm Three officers responded to Main Street to assist with a motor vehicle accident with personal injury.

11:49 am A 911 caller reported that two males assaulted him by hitting him in the face on Bridgeton Way. Four officers responded and advised that three criminal applications were issued.

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Live! on Main - This week 12/2/16: Bill Morales
Live at 6:00 pm on HopNews.com right here in this space every Friday.

This week's guest:
Cuban native and longtime Hopkinton resident Bill Morales will speak about his family's move to the United States, what the intervening years have brought, and what the death of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro means to him and other Cuban Americans he knows. We promise at least 15 minutes of interesting, informative dialog. This live show will be archived to YouTube for further viewing
Note: Last week's webcast was inhibited by an unexpected low bandwidth problem with the provider, which appears to have been corrected. We will be broadcasting HD with this broadcast, if all goes as expected.



WHITINSVILLE, MA – Santa Claus is coming to UniBank’s Hopkinton branch, located at 87 West Main Street in Hopkinton, on Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Children can visit with Santa. Parents are encouraged to bring their own camera for photos. Refreshments will be served and activities will be provided.

UniBank is rooted in the Blackstone Valley with assets of $1.6 billion as of September 30, 2016. A full-service, mutually owned community bank, UniBank has branches in Central Massachusetts and the MetroWest region of Massachusetts. UniBank’s newest full-service branch opened in Sutton in May of 2016. UniBank has been one of Massachusetts’ fastest growing banks for the last five years and is dedicated to contributing to the overall quality of life and economic health of the communities it serves, while maintaining a high level of financial soundness and integrity. UniBank is an Equal Housing Lender and a member of the FDIC and DIF. The company website is www.unibank.com.


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Youth Commission Vacancy

The Hopkinton Youth Commission is charged with identifying the emerging and ongoing needs of Hopkinton’s Youth and families. The Commission is responsible for creating community-wide opportunities that support long term well-being of all youth. Programs and activities supported by the Youth Commission shall promote an overall benefit to all youth and families. Members shall be residents of the Town of Hopkinton, who are interested in working with youth and learning about issues facing Hopkinton youth. Members shall seek to improve the health and wellness of youth by responding to community health needs. This vacancy shall be for a three-year term.

Interested residents should apply by 7:00 PM on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 via the online volunteer form at http://www.hopkintonma.gov/home/about/hug . If the board or committee name is not listed on the form, please fill in the name in the space provided. Residents may also apply by submitting a letter of interest to Maria Glynn, Executive Assistant, Town Manager’s Office, 18 Main St., Hopkinton, MA 01748.

Tons of Trees, and...

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John L. Drowne, 61

John L. Drowne, 61, died unexpectedly on his property on November 26, 2016. Born in Natick, he was the son of the late Lewis and Jeannette (Beauchene) Drowne. He was employed for many years with Market Basket of Bellingham, T&M Landscaping of Hopkinton, and Label ID of Hopedale.

He is survived by his daughters Elizabeth Drowne of Hopkinton and Jessica Drowne of Milford. As well as granddaughters Lillian and Ella. He also leaves his siblings Leon Drowne, Carol Guthrie and her husband William, Nancy Mercer and her husband Dan, brother-in-law Rick Taylor, Jim Alexander and his wife Ann, Joann Esser and her husband John, Gloria Petrin and her husband Frank.

Calling hours will be Sunday, December 4, 2016 from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. at the Callanan Cronin Funeral Home, 34 Church Street. A service in the funeral home will take place at 6:00 p.m.



REMINDER: This weekend!

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Emergency, dial 911 • Non-emergency, PD dial 508-497-3401, FD dial 508-497-2323

Updated November 30, 2016



The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not included in the detail report below.

16 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

11 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

2 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

2 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

2 Times the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

3 Incidents of Vandalism.

2 Parking Complaints/Violations.

1 Incident of Found Property.

1 Incident of Suspicious Activity.

(1 NEW – Arrests Here)

Incident Log

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

9:37 pm An anonymous caller from Hayward Street reported that people were growing marijuana plants outside and people were being loud going in and out of the house. Two officers responded and advised that there was no disturbance.

8:08 pm Two officers assisted the Ashland Police Department with making a warrant arrest on East Main Street.

9:31 am A motorist reported that a man jumped out into the roadway at her vehicle and another vehicle on West Main Street. Two officers checked the area but could not locate the individual.

Monday, November 28, 2016

10:05 pm A caller reported that an erratic operator on Hayden Rowe Street was crossing the double yellow lines and that he could smell alcohol. Officer Alex Cruzvergara responded and advised that the operator passed field sobriety tests.

9:02 pm A resident of Ash Street believed that someone was in her house. Three officers responded and advised that the house was secure.

8:28 pm A 911 caller reported almost getting hit by a vehicle while riding his bike on Hayden Rowe Street and the operator threatening to kill him.

6:26 pm Three officers assisted the Framingham Police Department with arresting an individual on East Main Street for a restraining order violation.

3:58 pm A caller reported that an erratic operator in the area of School Street was passing vehicles, speeding and got into an argument with another operator. Officer Matthew Santoro responded to check the area.

12:26 pm Three officers responded to Dale Road to assist the Framingham Police Department with arresting an individual and transporting them to the courthouse.

1:24 am A caller reported a bumper and glass in the roadway on West Main Street. Two officers responded and advised that a mailbox was hit. They located the vehicle in a parking lot and subsequently arrested a female and charged her with License Not in Possession, Leaving the Scene of Property Damage, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, OUI Liquor and Marked Lanes Violation.

MassBay Community College Offers Winter Intersession Courses

     WELLESLEY HILLS, MA (November 30, 2016) – MassBay Community College is pleased to announce that registration is open for winter intersession courses. Winter intersession courses are two-week intensive courses offered for credit and non-credit at MassBay. This is a chance for high school students, area college students visiting on winter break and/or enrolled MassBay students to take courses in a short timeframe to help get ahead in their studies, earn college credits quickly, or get a step closer to graduation.

“Intersession is a wonderful opportunity for students to take care of general education requirements or pre-requisites for advanced coursework,” said MassBay Director of Admissions Alison McCarty. “Students interested in any of our nursing programs, for example, can take Biology 101 in just 10 days over Winter Intersession in order to be able to take Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology in the spring. That’s a great way to get ahead.”

Winter intersession courses start January 3rd and classes are held Monday – Friday for two-weeks at the Framingham and Wellesley Hills campuses. Courses that are available range from Biology, Computers and Technology, Freshman English, American Literature, Introduction to Statistics, Principles of Management, Principles of Marketing, Human Growth and Development, Introduction to Sociology, Beginning Spanish, Drugs and Society, and more. Interested students can find more information on the courses being offered by visiting www.MassBay.edu/winter.

For more information on MassBay Community College; www.MassBay.edu .

Sheriff Koutoujian at White House

November 30, 2016 - Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian (right) was at the White House on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 to participate in the White House’s Making Health Care Better Series discussion on substance use disorder. Sheriff Koutoujian joined (from left) Cynthia Reilly, the Director of the Substance Use Prevention and Treatment Initiative at the Pew Charitable Trusts; Dr. Stephen Patrick, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Health Policy at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine; Gabrielle de la Gueronniere, Director of Policy at the Legal Action Center; and Harm Reduction Coalition Policy Director Daniel Raymond for a panel entitled “Advancing a Public Health and Public Safety Approach”. Photo courtesy of the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office.

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To Go, or Not to Go...



To be, or not to be...at the Hopkinton Middle School Drama Club’s production of Hamlet this weekend? Aye! Don’t miss the opportunity to see young players at their best. Shakespeare’s  “Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark” will be presented on Friday, December 2, and Saturday, December 3, at 7:00 pm in the HMS Auditorium. Tickets are $8 for students, $10 for adults, and senior citizens are admitted for free (donations are accepted). Receive a discount for donations of NEW warm clothing or toys for the Project Just Because Holiday Program ($2 per donated item, one discount per ticket). Tickets may be purchased today and Thursday from 6:00-7:00 pm (at rehearsal) or at the door.

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Hundredth Town Chorus (Westborough)

The Hundredth Town Chorus (HTC) will begin its fall session on Wed., Jan. 4, 2017 and is searching for new female singers to join. 

No auditions are required.  There is a need for new voices of all ages and in all parts.  Rehearsals run from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesdays at Congregation B'nai Shalom, 117 E. Main St., Westborough.  The chorus is not affiliated with the synagogue.  There are no night or weekend rehearsals or obligations.  All performances are also held on Wednesday mornings.  Women are invited to come to rehearsal and join right in or to observe.  No fundraising or ticket selling is asked of its members.  

HTC is an organization of women who enjoy singing four-part harmony in a relaxing and fun environment.  The chorus was founded in 1949 by the Westborough Women's Club, with a mission to share the joy of music by singing and entertaining at area nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and senior centers. Today's chorus is made up of members from all over Worcester County, including Westborough, Northborough, Marlborough, Shrewsbury, Grafton, Hopkinton, Southborough, Millbury, Uxbridge, and Northbridge.  HTC also performs at area events such as Westborough's Arts in Common and the Westborough Women's Club Variety Show.  Music includes holiday classics, Broadway favorites, popular music, and folk songs, as well as an occasional classical number.  

HTC is supported, in part, by a grant from the Westborough Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.  

For more information, visit their website hundredthtownchorus.com or facebook page, email htc.chorus@gmail.com, or call the director Mary at 508-847-2961.


State Police Investigating Fatal Bicycle Crash in Methuen - Update: Cyclist ID"d


November 29, 2016-- This afternoon at about 1:40 p.m., a male bicyclist struck a tri-axle truck on Route 110 westbound in Methuen, resulting in his death.


Preliminary investigation by Trooper Mical O’Brien indicates the bicyclist, Thomas Fazio, 58 of Methuen, was operating a motorized bicycle on the side walk adjacent to Route 110 westbound next to a tri-axle truck at the Route 495 northbound off ramp. Both were stopped for a red light, when the light turned green both the bicyclist and truck started forward. For unknown reasons the bicyclist came off the side walk and into the roadway striking the passenger side of the truck.   The bicyclist,, was determined to be deceased at the scene. The operator of the tri-axle truck, a 29-year-old man from Hudson, NH, remained at the scene.


This crash remains under investigation by members of Troop A Andover Barracks with assistance from the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, the State Police Crime Scene Services Section, the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Section and the Essex County District Attorney’s Office.  No charges have been filed at this time. State Police were assisted on scene by Methuen Police, Fire and EMS, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and MassDOT.


The identity of the pedestrian is being withheld pending family notification.


 Beverly J. (Welch) McIntyre, 88

Beverly J. (Welch) McIntyre, 88, of Hopkinton, died peacefully on Monday, November 28, 2016. She was the beloved wife of Charles McIntyre whom she married in 1951.

Beverly was born to the late Louis and Frances (Richardson) Welch, March 13, 1928, in Brattleboro VT. She graduated from Townsend High School and received her nursing degree at Framingham Union Hospital School of Nursing. It was at this time she met Charles McIntyre, the love of her life.

Beverly was predeceased by her husband Charlie and is survived by her three sons, Charles and his wife Patricia of Indianapolis Indiana; Thomas and his wife Kathleen of Hopkinton; and Daniel and his wife Eileen of Hopkinton. Beverly was beloved by her five grandchildren; Colleen, Paul, Erin, Thomas and Kelli and two great grandchildren; Mia and Hunter. She is also survived by her sister Kathleen Welch and brother Louis Welch both of Townsend MA and predeceased by two sisters, Barbara Underhill and Dorothy Caron and brother Lawrence Welch.

Beverly began as a nurse in the operating room at Framingham Union Hospital and spent most of her career in the care of the sick and elderly as the administrator of many area nursing homes, including Timothy Daniels, Formerly Holliston Manor and Framingham Nursing home. Her passion for nursing created lifelong friendships of her colleagues and patients. The family would like to thank all of Beverly’s friends at Timothy Daniels House in Holliston who cared for her in her final days.

The funeral will be held Saturday, December 3 at 8:00 a.m. from the Callanan Cronin Funeral Home, 34 Church Street, Hopkinton. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 9:00 a.m. in St. John’s the Evangelist Church, 20 Church Street, Hopkinton. Burial will follow in St. John’s Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be Friday December 2, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

At the family’s request, in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to WGBH, which entertained her with many quality public broadcasting series (www.wgbh.org) or the Hopkinton Ambulance Fund, 73 Main St. Hopkinton, MA 01748.

Fur Coat

November 29, 2016 -- Everywhere he turns, this squirrel is awash in food. Until the next day, that is, when the men came and blew all of the leaves and a bumper crop of acorns into large bags and toted them away.

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WHITINSVILLE, MA – UniBank has begun its annual Holiday Giving campaign to make the season brighter for individuals and families throughout the community. The campaign is part of the bank’s dedication to improving life for the communities it serves. Each UniBank branch has chosen an organization that fills a need in their community and employees support the program by making and purchasing items, and accepting donations from customers and the general public. Many local residents face difficult times around the holiday season and UniBank is pleased to coordinate this effort to help its neighbors. Milford and Hopkinton Branch collections are as follows:

Hopkinton: Displaying a Giving Tree with “heart tags” requesting items that will be distributed to families in need by Project Just Because.

Milford: Collecting canned goods, non-perishable food items, and toiletries to be distributed by the Daily Bread Food Pantry in Milford.

Donated items may be dropped off during regular banking hours through mid-December. Check with your local branch for specific details and deadlines. Visit www.unibank.com  for a listing of branch locations and hours.

UniBank is rooted in the Blackstone Valley with assets of $1.6 billion as of September 30, 2016. A full-service, mutually owned community bank, UniBank has branches in Central Massachusetts and the MetroWest region of Massachusetts. UniBank’s newest full-service branch opened in Sutton in May of 2016. UniBank has been one of Massachusetts’ fastest growing banks for the last five years and is dedicated to contributing to the overall quality of life and economic health of the communities it serves, while maintaining a high level of financial soundness and integrity. UniBank is an Equal Housing Lender and a member of the FDIC and DIF. The company website is www.unibank.com .


Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton & Surrounding Towns

New Transactions from November 21, 2016 - November 28, 2016
Click on blue links to see Town's property card w/photo
4 Tammer Lane Brendan Hankard, Courtney E. Hankard $715,000 Nov. 28, 2016 60-62 Litchfield Street LLC
12 Wayside Drive unit 235 Chang Nam Kim, Ok W. Kim, Daniel B. Kim $466,390 Nov. 23, 2016 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
103 Fruit Street Philip A. Duncan, Jocelyn M. Duncan $260,000 Nov. 22, 2016 Gail Reynolds, Marc A. Reynolds
10 Wayside Drive unit 234 Curtis J. Lisciotti $449,000 Nov. 21, 2016 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
12 Mountain Gate Road unit D Scott Guild $275,000 Nov. 28, 2016 Raymond H. Charette, Christine M. Charette
233 Captain Eames Circle unit B Juliana Ribera, Marcelo Ribera $335,000 Nov. 28, 2016 Andrew P. Pisano, Carmelita W. Pisano
49 Captain Eames Circle unit A Tyler Tanaka $275,000 Nov. 22, 2016 Scott L. Baccari, Paula Baccari
118 Marlboro Road Runfeng Chen $320,400 Nov. 28, 2016 Young Shin, Seungmyong Lee, Sharon Lee Shin
4 Hidden Meadow Lane Rebecca Dunne Franks $983,250 Nov. 28, 2016 Richard M. Brooks, 4 Hidden Meadow Lane Realty Trust
59 Edgewood Road Hye-Lim Noh, Haengsoo Seol $440,000 Nov. 23, 2016 John F. Nemensky, Virginia Nemensky Irrevocable Trust
41 Oak Hill Road Kimberly Carpico $775,000 Nov. 23, 2016 Matthew A. Naimoli, Jeannette B. Naimoli
4 Barn Lane Michael Sullivan $1,350,000 Nov. 22, 2016 Edward Chiu, Jennifer E. Chiu
160 Marlboro Road Cong Van Truong, Thu A. Do $335,000 Nov. 21, 2016 M. Rosita Bartolini
4 Walnut Street Ryan Kenner, Laura Kenner $503,000 Nov. 28, 2016 Eric L. Mercier, Diane O. Mercier
22 River Street Stanley R. Mason $280,000 Nov. 25, 2016 Mary L. Cousineau, Estate of Margaret C. Johnson
16 Rockwood Lane unit 57 Claudia J. Scandone, Peter A. Scandone $539,889 Nov. 22, 2016 LLD Land Development Corp.



    Updated November 28, 2016

    Emergency, dial 911 • Non-emergency, PD dial 508-497-3401, FD dial 508-497-2323


The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not included in the detail report below.

28 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

72 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

3 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

4 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

7 Times the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

1 Time the Police participated in Community Relations, Crime Prevention Activities or Passenger Safety.

2 Noise Complaints.

4 Incidents of Vandalism.

2 Parking Complaints/Violations.

1 Incident of Larceny.

2 Incidents of Lost Property.

3 Incidents of Found Property.

1 Incident of Suspicious Activity.

(1 NEW – Arrests Here)

Incident Log

Sunday, November 27, 2016

4:32 pm A caller reported that a suspicious white van kept pulling over while her son was out running on Lakeshore Drive. Three officers checked the area and spoke with the operator of the van who was just a delivery driver.

3:15 pm The Westborough and Southborough Police Departments reported a male operator throwing items out of his car window.

Saturday, November 26, 2016

11:45 pm A caller reported that an individual could not find their vehicle at a West Main Street business. Three officers responded and advised that the owner located the vehicle.

6:12 pm A 911 caller from Wilson Street reported that the operator of a motor vehicle was flashing its lights at his home. Officer John Corridan spoke with the driver who was having vehicle issues.

4:19 pm Officer John Corridan spoke with a walk-in regarding a harassment report.

2:57 pm Three officers responded to a West Main Street business for a report of shoplifting. Subsequently a female from Hopkinton was arrested and charged with Shoplifting by Concealing Merchandise, 2nd Offense.

2:43 am The Milford Police Department reported an erratic operator heading towards Hopkinton. Officer Peter Booth located the vehicle and issued the operator a verbal warning for a stop sign violation.

Friday, November 25, 2016

10:13 pm A caller complained about multiple youths in the area of Blueberry Lane driving at high rates of speed and yelling profanities. Three officers checked the area but could not locate the vehicles involved.

7:32 pm Officers responded to Route 495 to assist with a motor vehicle accident with personal injury.

4:00 pm Officer John Corridan spoke with a caller from xxxxxxx Street regarding a conversation he reportedly had with someone on Facebook who was looking to sell drugs.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

6:40 pm A resident of Pond Street reported hearing what he believed to be five or six gunshots. Two officers checked the area but did not hear anything suspicious.

11:21 am Several callers from Hopkins Road reported a neighbor with a gun outside. Three officers spoke with him and advised that it was just a BB gun.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

4:00 pm A caller from South Street reported that someone posted a suspicious sign outside of her business.

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Town of Hopkinton, Massachusetts
Board of Selectmen

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, will meet and hold a public hearing at 8:45 p.m. on Tuesday, December 06, 2016 in Room 215/216 (Selectmen’s Meeting Room) of the Town Hall, 18 Main Street, Hopkinton, MA, concerning the following Alcohol Policy license changes: hours of permitted sale, special temporary licenses, Auctioneer Liquor Licenses, Charity Wine License, Charity Wine Auction License, Charity Wine Pouring License, Charity Partnership Wine Pouring License, Continuing Care Retirement Community (Section 12) License, Package Store Auction License, Pharmacist License, Bring Your Own Bottle (BYOB), Camera Policy, Alcohol Policy and Fees.

If any member of the public has any comment or questions on the proposed changes to the Alcohol Policy, please attend the public hearing at the above mentioned time and place, or send an email to selectmen@hopkintonma.gov . The proposed amended policy is available for inspection at the Town Manager’s office in Town Hall during regular business hours, or by calling 508-497-9700. The Town Hall is handicapped accessible.

November 27, 2016 -- Boy Scout Troop 1 kicks off the Holiday season by donating and installing a nearly 17 foot tall fancy balsam on the town common. Pictured are back row: Daniel D'Alleva, Zach Ritterbusch, Joe Harrison, Philip Hubbe; front row: Joe Aubut, Taka Oga, Tomo Oga, Paul Hagberg.


Thank you for serving.

You have earned a DOD-approved lapel pin.

Greetings to Hopkinton Veterans. You are invited to share breakfast on 2 December 2016, with your comrades. Our speaker will be Steve Petak, the Milford VFW Commander and the chairman of "Viet Nam the 50th Massachusetts Inc.". Steve was one of the organizers who recently hosted a gala event at the Worcester DCU Center, which honored veterans who served on active duty during the Viet Nam era. Viet Nam era veterans received a long overdue "Welcome home" and were honored with a DOD-approved lapel pin (see attachment). The same lapel pin is available for you and other Hopkinton veterans.

All Hopkinton Vets are encouraged to attend the Vets Breakfast on 2 December 2016, at 0900 hours at the Senior Center. Mr. Petak will explain the history supporting your lapel pin, and in dignified presentation provide each qualified veteran a pin.

If you served on active duty, anywhere in the world, from 1 November 1955, to 15 May 1975, you deserve to have the DOD lapel pin. The intent is to create a lasting memento of our nation's thanks for your service, commitment, and sacrifice in the defense of freedom.

Enjoy a good time with your comrades on 2 December 2016. See you at the Senior Center breakfast. Thank you for your service. ~ Hank Allessio

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Helping Farm Animals

November 27, 2016 -- A local 4-H group from the Natick Community Organic Farm (NCOF) raised $525.74, collected pounds of supplies and awareness for a local dog shelter called Buddy Dog Humane Society at 151 Boston Post Road in Sudbury, on Sunday, November 6 at Roche Bros. in Natick. The NCOF group consists of kids from 8-18 years old and the local surrounding towns interested in working with and around farm animals. Massachusetts 4-H is a youth development program throughout the Commonwealth which helps young people learn life skills under the guidance of trained, screened volunteers in non-formal educational settings such as clubs, camps and after school programs. 


From: Hopkinton Middle School Drama Club
 The Play’s the Thing! See Hamlet at HMS

To be, or not to be? That is the question. Do not risk the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune! Make plans now to see the Hopkinton Middle School Drama Club’s presentation of William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Join us on Friday, December 2, or Saturday, December 3, at 7:00 pm. Performances will be presented in the Hopkinton Middle School Auditorium, 88 Hayden Rowe St, Hopkinton MA 01748. Tickets can be purchased at the Middle School from 6:00-7:00 pm each day during the week of the performance (around rehearsal pickup) or on-site before the show. Prices are $10 for adults, $8 for students, and free for senior citizens (donations are welcome). And remember: Readiness is all! Plan ahead to provide a dramatic helping hand and receive a $2 discount for each donation of a NEW winter coat, NEW outerwear accessory (hat, scarf, or pair of gloves/mittens) or NEW cozy pajamas for Project Just Because (up to $2 off per ticket).

Our Hamlet, eighth grader Tony Weissinger, addresses Yorick during rehearsal at Hopkinton Middle School.




LMPA  Update

Selectmen Meeting

December 6, 2016



The Lake Maspenock Weed Management and Control Advisory Group, appointed by the Town of Hopkinton Board of Selectmen, will be presenting an update of their progress at the Board of Selectmen meeting on December 6, 2016. The Advisory Group has met 14 times in open meetings and has conducted 3 public forums, the latest of which was October 8. Minutes from these meetings are available on the town website as well as on our website at www.lmpa.org .

Thank you,
The LMPA E Board


KeepSmilin4Abbie 4th Annual Toy Drive


The KeepSmilin4Abbie Foundation will be sponsoring it's 4th Annual Toy Drive to benefit Children's Hospital between November 28 and December 16. There are two simple ways to support this important charitable drive - order through Amazon Smile ( smile.amazon.com/ch/47-7096233 ) and have your donation shipped directly to: The KeepSmilin4Abbie Foundation Toy Drive, 4 Cider Mill Road, Hopkinton, MA 01748; OR drop off at one of the following locations: Hopkinton -all Public Schools; Southborough - Woodward Elementary School, Northboro - Algonquin High School; Framingham - McAuliffe Charter School; Natick - Kennedy Middle School.

Children's Hospital particularly needs unwrapped toys for children ages 0-3 years, and gift cards for older children. The KeepSmilin4Abbie Foundation is a 501(c)(3) foundation under the Internal Revenue Code. For more information regarding the mission and activities of the foundation, please visit their website, www.KeepSmilin4Abbie.org.

Ellen Marie Bartlett (Hakansson), 69

Ellen Marie Bartlett (Hakansson), 69, of Reading, VT and former longtime resident of Hopkinton, MA passed away from complications related to heart failure on November 23, 2016. She was the wife of Jim Bartlett for 47 years.
Ellen graduated from Hopkinton High School in 1965 and attended Framingham State College. She treasured the friendships made during her school years. After a summer exploring Europe, Ellen worked at Dennison Manufacturing, waitressed at local restaurants including Carbone’s, and assisted many families in finding the perfect home as a real estate broker. Ellen lived in Hopkinton until 1991 when she and her family moved to Vermont.
Ellen was a true horsewoman; she got her first horse as a child and was never without horses the rest of her life. She fox hunted for many years with the Tanheath Hunt Club and traveled to the Green Mountain Horse Association in South Woodstock, Vermont every fall for foliage trail rides beginning in the early 1980s. It was these rides that led her family to fall in love with the area, buy property in Reading and eventually move there full-time. She served as a member of the Board of Directors of GMHA, and volunteered at many of their events. Ellen loved her friends in the horse world as much as she loved her horses.

While a resident of Reading, she worked at Ellaway Property Services in Woodstock, helping with the care and management of residential properties throughout the region. Colleagues at Ellaway quickly became some of her dearest friends. Ellen took great pride in her own property, creating and tending to several beautiful perennial gardens. She was active in the Woodstock Garden Club. She cherished her time outdoors, particularly trail rides upon her favorite horse, Noble. She was a volunteer at the Reading-West Windsor Food Shelf.
Ellen was an avid world traveler, exploring nations including Thailand, Israel, Sweden, England, Ireland, France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, China, Spain, Portugal and Germany, where she attended the Oberammergau Passion Play.
For the past several years Ellen was truly enjoying retirement with Jim. Together they enjoyed motorcycle rides and relaxing getaways around New England and Northern New York, as well as jeep rides exploring backcountry roads of Vermont. She enjoyed family gatherings and spending time with her grandchildren. She had incredible faith; she worshipped, attended bible studies and served as Eucharistic Minister at several Catholic parishes.
Ellen was pre-deceased by her father, H. Eric Hakansson and her mother Mary Booth. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her son J. Eric Bartlett and his wife Ashley of Whitinsville, MA, daughter Aimee Bartlett of North Grafton, MA, brother John Hakansson of Waldoboro, ME and grandchildren Jessica, Wyatt and Charlotte Bartlett.
Visiting hours at the Matarese Funeral Home, 325 Main Street, Ashland, MA will be 4-7pm Tuesday, November 29th. A Funeral Mass at St. John the Evangelist Church, 20 Church Street, Hopkinton, MA will be held at 10:30am Wednesday, November 30th, followed by a reception.
Donations in Ellen’s memory can be made to the Reading-West Windsor Food Shelf, P.O. Box 384, Brownsville, VT 05037.


Live! on Main with Cliff Kistner

Above is our third issue of this HopNews interview-entertainment show, Live! on Main. This Evening's (Nov 25, 2016) show
features man-about-town Cliff Kistner with HopNews Editor Robert Falcione.
NOTE: Please forgive the low bandwidth which hit us about 30 seconds before we went Live! We'll get more bandwidth by the next
show so we can once again broadcast live in HD without interruption.
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Donate to Baypath Humane Society through November 29, 2016 and your donation will be matched

Thanks to an anonymous donor, Baypath Humane Society is offering a $10,000 match challenge for #Giving Tuesday. Donate today through November 29 to double the impact of your gift to animals in need.

#GivingTuesday kicks off the holiday giving season and inspires people to give back to the charities and causes near and dear to their hearts.

Each year, Baypath adopts out more than 1,300 dogs and cats to loving forever homes.

With this $10,000 match challenge, your gift to animals in need will go twice as far!


Presents from the Past

November 25, 2016 -- These Boy Scout came in with their parents and leaders to drop off Toys for Tots at Photographic Images when it was located at 24 Main Street and was an official TFT location. Now, we see that Hopkinton Drug is again an official TFT location.  Customers can kill two birds with one stone by visiting during the Open House on December 3rd and/or the 4th and dropping your toys off then!

MassBay Offers Five Short Certificate Programs,
Transforming Student Careers in Just One Semester


WELLESLEY HILLS, MA – November 25, 2016 -- MassBay Community College offers five certificate programs that will transform students career prospects in just one semester of study. The five certificate programs that take one semester to complete are Central Processing Technologies, Emergency Medical Technician, Phlebotomy, Cyber Security Analyst and Certified Nursing Assistant.

“This is often the time of year when people start thinking about turning over a new leaf for the new year,” said MassBay Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management Lisa Slavin. “Community Colleges are uniquely positioned to help folks take the step from thought to action. At MassBay, students can apply now, start classes in January and graduate in May with a certificate that qualifies them for a new career in IT or Health Services. Often, students who complete these certificates go to work, but also continue at MassBay to complete an Associate Degree and then transfer to a 4-year college or university.”

MassBay currently offers five certificate programs that can be completed in one semester and 26 other certificate programs that can be completed in one year. The one-year certificate programs include; General Business, Entrepreneurship, Practical Nursing, Advanced Manufacturing, Computer-Aided Design, Web Design, Technology Support, Cyber Security, Automotive Technology, Liberal Arts Communications, Medical Coding, Surgical Technology, Paramedicine, Accounting, Early Childhood Education, General Business Hospitality Management, Interior Design, Management, Marketing, Paralegal Studies and more. The MassBay certificate programs are designed to give students the education and skills needed to compete in the local workforce and to create a solid foundation to continue onto an associate degree and beyond.

MassBay offers certificate programs in-person at all three campuses, Ashland, Framingham and Wellesley Hills during the fall, spring and summer semesters, as well as many evening and weekend options to fit student schedules. Some certificates, such as Paralegal Studies, can be completed entirely online.

Prospective students interested in learning more can attend an Information Session (dates are listed here; www.massbay.edu/infosessions ) or contact our Admissions Office at admissions@massbay.edu or 781-239-2500. Our next Information Session is Wednesday, December 7, 2016 6pm on our Wellesley Hills campus.

For more information on MassBay Community College certificate program offerings; www.massbay.edu/programs .


Guest: Cliff Kistner
Live! on Main
on HopNews.com
6:00 pm,
Friday, November 25, 2016
A Live weekly webcast

Ashland 35, Hopkinton 12

November 24, 2016 -- Above, wide receiver, senior Nick Stanley makes it look easy as he has no company while receiving this pass, and keeps it that way all the way to the goal, the first one of the game. In fact it was so early in the game, people were still pouring in.

Happy Thanksgiving
(Rerun of Turkey fight)


Hero's Welcome

November 23, 2016 -- This afternoon, five year-old Leah was driven back to Hopkinton from her final treatment, to streets and sidewalks decorated with balloons, as well as friends and family who want to aid in her recovery with their love, support, presence and friendship.

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Updated November 23, 2016

    Emergency, dial 911 • Non-emergency, PD dial 508-497-3401, FD dial 508-497-2323


The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not included in the detail report below.

10 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

22 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

2 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

2 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

1 Noise Complaint.

1 Incident of Vandalism.

5 Parking Complaints/Violations.

1 Incident of Found Property.

2 Incidents of Suspicious Activity.

Incident Log

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

3:34 pm A caller reported that while she was walking in a crosswalk on Main Street a school bus and another vehicle flew by her.

11:34 am A caller reported that a large truck struck the traffic light then turned down Wood Street. Officer Stephen Buckley spoke with the operator who denied having anything to do with it.

7:02 am Officers assisted with a motor vehicle accident with personal injury on West Main Street.

Monday, November 21, 2016

7:36 pm A caller reported that a vehicle, which was pulled over on Lumber Street, appeared to have been involved in a motor vehicle accident. Two officers responded and subsequently arrested a 19 year-old female from Milford and charged her with OUI Liquor.

5:31 pm A resident of Woodview Way requested assistance with removing her 19 year-old daughter from the property. Three officers responded and advised that she was placed into protective custody.

10:39 am Three officers responded to Duffield Road to assist with a neighbor dispute over a fence installation.

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Top of the Hill

Above, Kelly Grill, HHS Class of 1983, at Top of the Hill award ceremony last evening. Recipients were chosen for having graduated 10 or more years ago,; demonstrated a high level of achievement in that time and made significant contribution to the community, home, work or volunteer efforts; and exhibited leadership, character and service.

From left, Michael Shepard, Class of 1963, Fred Harris, Class of 1963,
 Sunni P Beville , Class of 1993, ,Libby MacDonald Bischof, Class of 1995.


Sixteen 6th grade girls from Hopkinton Cadette Girl Scout troops # 65040 & # 75104 recently took a behind-the-scenes tour at WHDH Channel 5.   In the photo, the girls pose with Anchor Heather Unruh & Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon.


Call for Reservations

Reservations Required

Statement on Death of Westford Ski Area Employee


WESTFORD – November 22, 2016 -- Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Westford Chief of Police Thomas McEnaney have confirmed that at approximately 9:30 a.m. on November 22, 2016, Westford Police responded to a report of a death at the Nashoba Valley Ski Area in Westford. Upon arrival, authorities located the body of a deceased 70-year-old Townsend man employed by the ski area. At this time,  this death is not considered suspicious. Contributed content

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Fay School's Classroom Visit Day
November 22, 2016

Find out what makes the Fay experience so unique! Our Classroom Visit Day is a great opportunity for you and your child to see Fay at its best as you tour our campus, talk with teachers and lead administrators, and observe students and teachers in action on a typical school day. Classroom Visit Days begin at Fay's Admission Office, and parking is available behind the Admission Office in Upjohn Circle. For more information, visit us at www.fayschool.org/visitday

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State Police Offer Holiday Driving Safety Tips

The Massachusetts State Police are urging motorists to be safe on the roads of the Commonwealth this holiday season.  Holiday events and celebrations can be exciting times for family and friends to get together. As the holiday season is approaching, motorists need to be mindful of actions that will make their holiday travel safer.


The following holiday driving safety tips are recommended for safe travel:

  • Plan on needing extra time to get to your final destination.
  • Have your car serviced before undertaking a lengthy trip.
  • Plan regularly scheduled breaks when traveling long distances.
  • Make sure all vehicle occupants wear their safety belt.
  • Adjust your speed to road, weather and traffic conditions.
  • Leave the proper amount of space between your car and the car in front of you; (One car length for every ten miles per hour).
  • The Mass Pike, (I-90), Phase-I of the toll removal project is ahead of schedule. Motorists are advised to devote their full attention to driving through these work zones, as lanes of travel have been shifted.
  • Be prepared should your car become disabled. Have the proper emergency equipment with you.  For example: spare tire, lug wrench, jack, flashlight, road flares or other illuminating devices, warm clothing as temperatures can dip well below freezing at this time of year. 
  • A cell phone is also invaluable in emergencies.  You can reach the police and in turn all other emergency services in Massachusetts by dialing 911 on your cell phone.
  • Don’t drink and drive. If you plan on celebrating with alcohol, plan on staying over or plan on having a designated driver.


Keep or Abolish Electoral College?

by Robert Falcione

November 22, 2016 -- Having forgotten that we had a poll about the Electoral College in 2012, HopNews posted a new 24-hour poll yesterday that ended this morning. If we had remembered, we would have conformed yesterday's poll to fit with the 2012 poll, asking the same question. It's too late to do that now.


The total of each poll, 256 participants for yesterday, and 181 for 2012, may be too small for a sampling to be scientific. But then again, the group of Hopkinton people who took part in each poll could be representative of the town's fairly homogenous population and might indicate a trend toward acceptance of the Electoral College; or somehow be representative of the way people voted for President.


Some might argue that the way the question was worded in 2012 was presumptive, and the way the 2016 question was worded is more neutral. Regardless, it is difficult to know if a variable in the structure of the poll had an influence in the outcome.


Readers may offer their opinions about the dialog in the QC.

Poll taken yesterday, after 2016 Election

Poll taken in 2012, before Election


The Impact of Influence

Thursday, December 8 at 9:15-11:15am and 6:30-8:30pm
Faith Community Church

Most of us can think of someone who has had a tremendous influence on our lives. How often do you think about the influence you have on those around you, every day, from your family, friends and co-workers, to those who may pass through your lives for the briefest of moments? What and whom do you allow to influence you, and how does this impact you?

In this seminar, we will explore how you are influencing others, how others are influencing you, and what changes we might make in our lives to be more intentional with the privilege, opportunity, and responsibility of influence.

Be Refreshed events are amazing seminars for women of all ages. You will be treated to a tasty brunch at the morning events or delicious desserts at the evening events.

We welcome all women; you do not need to be members of Faith Community Church, or any other church, to attend. There is no charge to attend these events.

Register at www.fcch.org , click “Events”
Childcare for infants to 6-year-olds is available for the morning event and costs $3.00/child.


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Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton & Surrounding Towns

New Transactions from November 14, 2016 - November 21, 2016
Click on blue links to see Town's property card w/photo
53 Pinecrest Village Maged Askandar $248,000 Nov. 18, 2016 Richard W. Hills
25 Tammer Lane Daniel Goehry, Eliza Goehry $740,000 Nov. 17, 2016 Mark R. Schumacher, Maureen D. Schumacher
88 West Main Street 35 Parkwood Realty LLC $200,000 Nov. 15, 2016 WS NV 12 Parkwood Drive LLC,
Wheelock Street Capital LLC
35 Parkwood Drive 35 Parkwood Realty LLC $3,450,000 Nov. 15, 2016 WS NV 35 Parkwood Drive LLC,
Wheelock Street Capital LLC
311 Captain Eames Circle unit C Kalan Shah $368,000 Nov. 21, 2016 Ming H. Luo
210 Algonquin Trail Harshitha Muppaneni, Vinay Mannam $363,800 Nov. 18, 2016 Satyanarayan Chandrashekhar, Sonali Narain
45 Cross Street Matthew J. Bloom, Lauren Bloom $425,000 Nov. 18, 2016 Gregory E. Thorne, Carol N. Thorne
97 Braeburn Lane unit 4H Michael G. McDonough, Carol S. Miller $527,500 Nov. 17, 2016 James D. Hart, Carol A. Hart
4 Royal Colony Circle Zain Mecklai, Hina Mecklai $751,000 Nov. 17, 2016 Signature II Investments LLC
19 Constitution Street Michael Barry, Tiffany Barry $507,000 Nov. 17, 2016 Christopher Ewart
5 Tydeman Road Frederick Chaloux, Erin Chaloux $698,120 Nov. 16, 2016 Richmond Development Corp.
5 Tydeman Road Richmond Development Corp. $142,000 Nov. 16, 2016 Steven A. Hickey, Cross Street Realty Trust
17 Oak Hill Road Michael Saltis, Tara E. Saltis $447,500 Nov. 18, 2016 Lee J. Andron, Tricia W. Andron
18 Pinecone Lane Andrew C. Saks, Deborah M. Saks $518,500 Nov. 18, 2016 Rita Petithory
7 Oak Hill Road unit 1 Jennifer Serra $169,600 Nov. 16, 2016 Woodland Meadows LLC
118 Fisher Road Kevin L. Nigro, Erin E. Nigro $450,000 Nov. 15, 2016 Off Island Properties LLC
3 Blueberry Lane Saahil Nitin Shah, Keya Vinechand Shah $580,400 Nov. 18, 2016 Crosswinds Properties LLC
94 Mendon Street Corey Brownell, Alice Kellogg $365,000 Nov. 14, 2016 Helen S. Mackey


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The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not included in the detail report below.

11 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

45 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

2 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

1 Time the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

2 Times the Police participated in Community Relations, Crime Prevention Activities or Passenger Safety.

2 Incidents of Vandalism.

3 Parking Complaints/Violations.

3 Incidents of Lost Property.

1 Incident of Found Property.

1 Incident of Suspicious Activity.

(2 NEW – Arrests Here)

Incident Log

Sunday, November 20, 2016

5:57 pm A resident of Connelly Hill Road reported that someone rung her doorbell aggressively and that someone smashed her mailbox on November 8th. She was not sure if it was related or not. Officer Matthew Santoro checked the area with a negative find.

1:56 pm A 911 caller from Hopkins Road reported that his neighbor hung a turkey by the neck in their yard. Officer Peter Booth advised that no one answered the door and he subsequently wrote a report.

11:30 am Officer Arthur Schofield stopped a motor vehicle on East Main Street and subsequently arrested a 34 year-old male from Franklin and charged him with Operating a Motor Vehicle With License Suspended.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

10:12 pm A motorist reported that her vehicle was hit with an egg while driving on Chestnut Street.

3:56 pm The Framingham Police Department confirmed a violation of a harassment order on East Main Street. Three officers responded and subsequently arrested a 24 year-old male from Hopkinton and charged him with Violation of a Harassment Prevention Order.

Friday, November 18, 2016

8:49 pm A female caller reported that an intoxicated driver hit a couple of vehicles on Route 495 and had gotten out of their vehicle to confront other individuals. Officer Panagiotis Hontzeas responded to assist the State Police.

9:46 am A caller reported that a 3 year-old girl was wandering in the roadway on Ash Street. Officer Alex Cruzvergara responded and was able to locate the child's residence.

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 Baker-Polito Administration Launches Expanded STEM Internship Program for High School Students at Companies around the State

STEM internships will address skills gap, develop future workforce to fuel Commonwealth’s rapidly growing innovation economy


BOSTON – November 21, 2016--The Baker-Polito Administration today launched an expanded initiative to connect high school students to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) internships across the Commonwealth. The announcement came during a MA STEM@Work event at Vertex headquarters in Boston, a company that’s developed a model high school internship program.

One of the greatest challenges facing Massachusetts’ rapidly growing innovation economy is the gap between available jobs in STEM fields and qualified workers to perform them.

“Massachusetts is home to one of the fastest growing innovation economies in the nation, and we need to do more to ensure we have a strong pipeline of skilled workers to fill critical job openings,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “That’s why we are making a simple but powerful request of Massachusetts business leaders – consider hiring a high school student for a STEM internship.”

The Massachusetts STEM Advisory Council, which is co-chaired by U.S. Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III, Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, and Jeffrey Leiden, M.D., Ph.D. Chairman, President and CEO of Vertex, recently identified four priority areas to advance STEM education in the Commonwealth. They include developing more early college career pathways, broadening access to high quality computer science and engineering education, strengthening regional STEM networks and expanding work-based learning opportunities in STEM fields. This can be achieved by building a stronger network of employers offering career exploration and career immersion experiences to high school students, including job shadowing and paid internships.

“After traveling across the Commonwealth and meeting with companies leading the way in science, engineering, technology and math, it’s clear that a key challenge facing many businesses is finding enough qualified workers,” said Lieutenant Governor Polito. “STEM internships not only provide valuable career preparation for high school students, they enable companies to engage and develop future employees.”

The Council is working with Massachusetts’ School to Career Connecting Activities system to identify and develop STEM internship opportunities. The goal is to place more high school students in STEM internships by Spring and Summer 2017.

“Today's students are tomorrow's workforce and the key to a strong economy in Massachusetts. Our businesses have an important role to play in making sure our workers are the most talented anywhere in the world,” said Representative Kennedy. “This pioneering initiative will create an amazing opportunity for our students, our companies and our communities.”

More than 10,000 students worked with Commonwealth businesses last year, learning new skills and achieving greater career awareness and preparation. Several hundred of these placements were STEM-related, and the Council is looking to increase internship opportunities in these fields.

“As Boston’s innovation economy continues to grow and thrive, it’s important that our high school students gain exposure to the wide variety of STEM careers,” said Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh. “I thank all of Boston businesses who have joined our local efforts through the Mayor’s Summer Jobs Program over the years, and look forward to building on this successful model as we increase youth summer jobs within STEM related fields."

During the next decade, the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology estimates that U.S. industries will need one million more STEM graduates than the system is expected to produce. Despite the need, the U.S. Department of Education estimates that just 1 in 6 high school seniors are proficient in math and interested in pursuing STEM higher education or careers.

Given this challenge, Massachusetts is working to connect high school students to internships at companies of all sizes across the state. The Connecting Activities system, which features dedicated staff who work with companies and high schools, provides assistance and support to businesses throughout the internship process. Since 2014, more than 250 STEM businesses from every region have hosted close to 1,000 high school interns a year. Participating companies include Vertex, which has established a model high school internship program in close partnership with the Private Industry Council and Boston Public Schools and hosted 30 high school interns this year.

“As leaders in the Commonwealth’s innovation economy, we have a responsibility and a tremendous opportunity to train the next generation of leaders in STEM,” said Dr. Leiden. “Vertex is proud to give local students the hands-on learning and professional development experiences that prepare them to succeed in college and career and unlock economic opportunity for the future."

GE, which recently moved its company headquarters to Boston and joined leaders at the MA STEM@Work event, also announced it will host high school interns for the first time starting next spring. “Developing the talent pipeline for the future lies at the heart of our business strategy. To help us stay ahead of the curve, as company and as a country, we must continue to invest in educating our youth and particularly opening their eyes to future careers in STEM,” said Ann R. Klee, vice president of Boston Development and Operations for GE and president of the GE Foundation.

To learn more or to participate, please contact Blair Brown, staff director at the STEM Advisory Council, at Blair.Brown@state.ma.us

Contributed content, HopNews photo.


Possible Dog Park and More

Join a trail walk on Saturday, November 26, at 11:00 AM: Work off some of the Thanksgiving feast with the Trails Club at the Hughes property. This town-owned property is being considered for a variety of uses, including a dog park, a skating rink and hiking trails. We'll be exploring the trails, which offer some interesting possibilities for a small neighborhood trail system. Meet/park at 192 Hayden Rowe Street. ~ John Ritz.


Legacy  Farms Fulfills 40-Acre Promise
Town Receives 2 parcels from Legacy Farms

Legacy Farms on Tuesday November 14, 2016 donated two parcels of land to the Town of Hopkinton, MA.

One parcel called the Athletic Field Parcel contains 19 acres along E. Main Street.

The other parcel known as the Municipal Parcel is 21 acres and is just North of the other parcel. Both parcels are on the southwest section of the northern parcel of Legacy Farms, which is proceeding as planned. To see a drive-though of some beautiful scenic vistas on the property, please click on this HopNews video.

This was done as part of the Host Community Agreement with Hopkinton and Legacy Farms in the planning of the Legacy Farms development.

To see the entire Legacy Farms overhead drawing, click on the segment on the left.

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Wall to Wall Pottery Show at HCA
Last Day of Show, Sunday November 20 until 3:00 pm
Indoors or Out...

...Weston Nurseries has the best decorations.
The trees have arrived!


Live! on Main with Guest Michael Karlis
The Second Edition of our 6:00 pm interview show revealed a new print paper in Hopkinton. Yes, HHS Press has taken a leap out
of the electronic and into the tactile, 3-dimensional world of ink and paper. Join Robert Falcione in learning about Hopkinton's latest newspaper, below:

NOTE: This live webcast has been archived to our YouTube channel. Last evening it was originally processed and broadcast with our Ustream interface, which we used to present it to our first 61 viewers this morning. It has now been converted to YouTube for an uninterrupted presentation here.


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The Hopkinton Police were involved in the following incidents, which are not included in the detail report below.

21 Times the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

36 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

1 Motor Vehicle Accident without personal injury.

3 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

3 Times the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

1 Time the Police participated in Community Relations, Crime Prevention Activities or Passenger Safety.

1 Noise Complaint.

2 Incidents of Vandalism.

1 Parking Complaint/Violation.

3 Incidents of Fraud.

1 Incident of Suspicious Activity.

(1 NEW – Arrests Here)

Incident Log

Thursday, November 17, 2016

8:20 pm An employee of a South Street business reported that one of their customers vehicle was broken into and items were stolen. Officer Brian Sanchioni responded to write a report.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

9:40 am A caller reported that the front door to a Main Street building looked like it was broken into and the glass was shattered. Two officers responded to write a report.

8:11 am A caller reported that a man was on the side of Main Street yelling profanities and making threatening gestures towards passing motorists. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and spoke with the individual.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

4:07 pm Officer Brian Sanchioni stopped a motor vehicle on Grove Street and subsequently arrested a 25 year-old male from Hopkinton and charged him with Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Failure to Stop/Yield.

5:09 am Officers responded to Route 495 to assist the State Police with a rollover motor vehicle accident with personal injury.

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November 18, 2016

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Heating  Bills Got You Down?
Sick of heating a reservoir of water in all weather?

If you answered "yes" to either question above, Peter Zereski Plumbing would love to give you a heads up on the Navien combination gas heater/hot water heater that heats up only when there is a demand for heat or hot water, saving much money . Give Peter a call at 508-843-3656.


Snappy Dogs Still Open at Weston Nurseries

In November, Snappy Dogs switched to a Thursday through Saturday schedule, and for the first time ever we will open the weekend after Thanksgiving and the first two weekends in December. We hope our customers will get a hot dog while enjoying all that Weston Nurseries has to offer this Christmas season. 

We may have moved, but the tradition continues. We'll be offering the Thanksgiving day hot dog as our final Friday special on November 18th featuring roasted turkey, cranberry relish, stuffing, and gravy all on top of a Snappy dog.

See you 'round the trailer.

Teresa and Lisa


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