Page 3


"The News Starts Here!"

24 Main Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748  508.435.5534

 Page 1Page 2

Right Way, Wrong Direction?

December 25, 2008 — State and local police listen to a Hopkinton man at the Gulf Mart who was allegedly driving in reverse on Route 495 because his transmission had failed, according to one witness. The police dispersed without taking any apparent action.

Hopkinton Public Library

Special Announcement


As we face a financially challenging new year, the Board of Selectmen requested all public services departments in our town to take precautionary measures and begin to analyze how we can produce some savings in the current budget. In an effort to comply, we are planning to reduce our service hours by 6 hours per week.


After considering various factors, we have decided to implement the following schedule to minimize the impact on our library users. Wishing you a very happy new year! Please make a note that as of January 5th, 2009 the Library hours will be as follows:


1 – 8 p.m.


10 – 5 p.m.


10 – 8 p.m.


10 – 5 p.m.


10 – 8 p.m.

Saturday (Sept – June)

10 – 1 p.m.

~Library Director, Rownak P. Hussain

 Services for the Home

Hopkinton Wine and Spirits Gives Cut to Hopkinton Education Foundation

Quality wines help education


For rest of December, local retailer, Hopkinton Wine & Spirits, will donate $2 from the sale of each bottle of L’École No. 41 wines to the Hopkinton Education Foundation.  The wines include a Chardonnay ($22.99), a Merlot ($29.99), and a Cabernet Sauvignon ($29.99) all from Washington’s Columbia Valley.  Each bottle features a colorful watercolor representation of the L’École winery, which occupies the historic former Frenchtown School in Lowden, Washington.  The painting is the work of 8-year old Ryan Campbell, cousin of the winery owner.


"Hopkinton Wine’s creative approach is a wonderful way for a local business to give back to our community," said Kim Pucci, president of the Hopkinton Education Foundation.  "We are grateful for Hopkinton Wine's generous donations each year, which benefit the HEF's mission to foster innovative, high-quality programs benefiting all grade levels and all educational disciplines."

"We are honored to be a corporate sponsor of the Hopkinton Education Foundation and hope to inspire other businesses to come up with innovative ways to support HEF and Hopkinton’s schools,” said Clelland Johnson, proprietor of Hopkinton Wine & Spirits.  “All three of these wines are of exceptional quality, garnering 90-plus ratings from such publications as Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, and Wine & Spirits Magazine, and, I think the packaging, with the
child’s colorful picture of a school building turned winery, represents a perfect way to acknowledge the Education Foundation.” File photo

Cornell's menu has been upgraded to Black Angus.

Golden Spoon's prices can't be beat.

 Thanks for the Memories

Wall Street Gains on Christmas Eve


Catching Some Air

December 24, 2008 — Thirteen year-old Brett Daly said, "I caught a lot of air on that one," after getting to the bottom following this jump at Hopkinton Reservoir Dam on Christmas Eve, before the heavy rains would make it impossible. Brett and another boy, Anthony Wong, 10, were caught on HopNews video, below.


Your New Home Awaits You


  H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S        H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S

Fatal Crash on Route 290 West in Shrewsbury

Driver not wearing seatbelt

UPDATE - Driver ID'd


December 24, 2008 — Today at approximately 7:50 a.m., Troopers assigned to the State Police Barracks in Holden responded to a single vehicle crash on Route 290 West at exit 22 (Main Street) in Shrewsbury.  The crash resulted in one fatality.


Preliminary investigation by Trooper Keith Segee indicates that a 2002 Jeep Wrangler operated by 21-year-old Matthew A. Turgeon of Worcester was traveling on Route 290 West when the operator lost control, causing the Jeep to roll over.  Turgeon was not wearing a safety belt and was ejected from the vehicle during the crash.  He was transported by ambulance to UMass Medical Center in Worcester where he was subsequently pronounced deceased. 

Artistic Gifts

A Wish for HopNews Readers, and the World

In case you missed it:

A Hopkinton Production by the Sheehan Family Children


December 24, 2008 — The children in the 2004 home production of Dickens' A Christmas Carol, 15 years-old at the most, are a bit older now, but the period clothing, the acting, the setting, the editing, the techniques and the production are not diminished by their youth.

      Kudos to the Janet and Timothy Sheehan family children and their cousins for putting on a remarkable presentation with no production cost and a labor of love — and for capturing the spirit of that classic story, something the children did over a two year period.

     So turn the heat down on the night before Christmas and huddle around the computer to see a reprise of a production by talented kids left to their own devices. See it here on HopNews.TV.

Cornell's menu has been upgraded to Black Angus.

Golden Spoon's prices can't be beat.

 From the Radical Middle


Hypocrisy and Mediocrity Battle it Out

Two news titans butt heads


by Robert Falcione


December 23, 2008 — The Boston Globe reported today, as did the MetroWest Daily News, that the News' parent company, Gatehouse Media, owner of about six daily papers and a gazillion local rags between Boston and the Outer Rim, is unhappy that the Globe is reprinting, without permission, part of the Gatehouse material on the new hyperlocal websites it is creating. Everybody agrees on that fact.

       Gatehouse Media is suing the New York Times, the Globe's parent company, in an effort to get them to smell the coffee, come to their senses and stop using content that is not theirs. All agree on that.

      Gatehouse says the copied material and their accompanying links bypasses the advertising that people would usually see. Mostly true.

      The Globe claims it is within its rights to take snippets of other people's articles, along with a headline, and link to the full story at someone else's site from their own, monetized site. Whoa, put the brakes on that idea.

     It may be okay if your are the Southwest Podunk Citizen Monthly, but not the Boston Globe, which has been the benchmark, the inspiration, and the journalistic standard for generations upon generations of writers throughout the world.

      Alas, if they are in fact still the bellwether of the newspaper business, then let us rue woefully. They have taken up the charge of mediocrity as they offer us a glimpse into their own crystal ball and the grim future of large news media outlets (Globe, please don't die).

      And Gatehouse Media, whose local news people are among HopNews' most frequent readers, says the Globe should hire their own reporters and make their own community contacts. And therein lies the rub.

      If everyone wants to carry and follow the same stories, then it is what we call in my family, mediocrity.

     Now, some people may argue that they see the same subject matter elsewhere, that they see on HopNews. Quite frankly, HopNews turns down feature stories if they are carried elsewhere first; and we are usually on top of unfolding events and news in Hopkinton. So, those people likely saw it first on HopNews. It is our cachet.

      HopNews carries a lot of content that is created just for HopNews; or content that is purchased, sent as a press release or contributed. HopNews does not copy material from other news sites and print it. Nor do we paraphrase a story and print it, as we have seen on pretend news sites.

     And as some readers may have noticed above, we are now carrying cartoons right from the esteemed cartoonist himself, Dave Granlund. His work will augment the fantastic contributions of Ashley Jackson, who has been supplying material to this cause ever since Dick Cheney offered a glimpse of himself for $2 million in 2003.

     The hypocritical part of this mess is that Gatehouse is crying foul, and all of the while following our news. How many times has HopNews presented a report or event only to see it covered next in their publication, and only because they read it on HopNews. And even though I believe that they are the pot calling the kettle black, that doesn't mean I am against their cause in this case.

     There is nothing worse for a creative person than to see that their work has been stolen or misappropriated. They are preaching to the choir on this one.

     Someone created 150 Afghans from a scan of a postcard I had printed. How about an entire website, a copycat site, stealing all of the HopNews advertisers buttons, pretending that those businesses advertised with them also, while trying to sell space to others? Or walking into a photo lab and seeing a person copying all of her brother's wedding photos, photos that I took and own the copyright for by legal right and signed agreement? These things happened!

     There are other sites, such as Google, that aggregate content and present it as the Globe is doing.

     Google's raison d'être is helping people find content. However, they also search for pictures and video, and reproduce them without permission. AOL does the same thing. Who is going to sue them?

     HopNews offers video to share to the world on YouTube.

    Occasionally, we will encourage people to download a keepsake video from our own stash on HopNews.TV.

    However, we have found our uniquely created video from news events on the sites of some good-for-nothing, lazy-bottomed techies who create programs that aggregate others people's creative works so that they can monetize free, stolen content; but then claim that the person posted it themselves.

     So, I am with the Gatehouse crowd on this one. Squarely in their corner and smellin' what they are cookin'. I hope they prevail in their arguments, fight mediocrity, keep the rights to their content and continue to stay in business.

      After all, I would really hate to lose all of those readers.

 Services for the Home

A Couple of Beers

December 23, 2008 — The driver of this pickup truck slid across the entire street before ending up off the road and onto Weston Nurseries property shortly before 11:00 p.m. this evening. He allegedly said he had a couple of beers to the police officer who arrived on the scene first. Officer Aaron O'Neil placed the operator under arrest after administering field sobriety tests.

One Dead on Route 1 South Lynnfield 4-Car Crash

People wearing seat belts in 3 cars unscathed.


December 23, 2008 — At approximately 10:35 a.m. today, Troopers assigned to the State Police Barracks in Danvers responded to a four-vehicle crash on Route 1 South above the Lynnfield Tunnel in Lynnfield.  The crash resulted in one fatality.


Preliminary investigation by Trooper James Gill indicates that a 2003 Hyundai XG 350 operated by 82-year-old Robert Rogers of Beverly was traveling on Route 1 South when it struck a 2008 Ford Fusion causing the Ford to strike a snow bank.  The Hyundai then struck a 2004 Honda van causing the Honda to strike a 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer from the rear.


Rogers sustained fatal injuries in this crash and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The operator of the Ford Fusion, 77-year-old Therese Smith, and a passenger, 78-year-old Warren Smith, both of Exeter, N.H., were wearing safety belts and were not injured.  The operator of the Honda van, 37-year-old Jay Wickeri of Peabody, was wearing a safety belt and  was not injured.  The operator of the Mitsubishi Lancer, 33-year-old Amy Parra of Topsfield, was wearing a safety belt and was not injured.

Shapes of Things

December 22, 2008 — The wind shapes the grains of fallen snow into dunes on the Lake Whitehall Dam, as the powdery snow in turn reveals the shape of the wind as it swirls across the dam, as well as all over the lake this afternoon.

Artistic Gifts

Return to Sender

December 22, 2008 — This rotted, damaged mailbox, its pickup flag raised, stands on the side of West Main Street, the last remnant of a time past. Behind it is the hillside against which once stood the renown Sticky Wicket pub that hosted the Black eagle Jazz Band every Thursday for years. Most recently, the former building was used for the Panda King and then the Gibson Grille. The building and surrounding buildings and land were purchased by CJPM Corp. and rezoned for business at Town Meeting. The entire site, buildings and all, was razed earlier this year.

      The owners, Chuck Joseph and Peter Markarian, got Hopkinton Square, a mixed use commercial development, approved by the Planning Board, but have yet to land any tenants for the proposed development.

Your New Home Awaits You


  H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S        H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S

Not a Creature Was stirring...

December 22, 2008 — The snow stopped falling, but what comes down must be picked up. And in order to  provide the most Please visit our discussion pagesafety and visibility in the most congested area of Hopkinton, the DPW removes the snow from the roadways and sidewalks while most people are asleep (11:00 p.m. and later). 

     Many readers have expressed appreciation to those workers by posting on our Town Talk discussion page, always linked at the top.

    Below is a sample of one such post:


Re: Roads during Snow Storms


From: Say What?
Date: 22 Dec 2008


I had to travel out of Hopkinton on Sunday night to bring my son, who was plowing private condo complexes in another town, some dry clothes and hot food. I thought it would be "safer" to take the highway ... boy was I wrong! I-495 was horrible!


I opted to come back into town on Rt. 85, which was in far better shape than I-495. My biggest fear was coming up Cedar Street Hill, but it was in very good shape. I made it with no trouble at all. I just have to say that Hopkinton had the best roads in the area. I know the hours these guys put in, and we ought to be saying thanks rather than complaining! In one of the condo complexes that my son plows, many of the residents made no effort to move their vehicles so that the plow could clear their individual driveways and then complained that they were plowed in. Some people are just NEVER happy.

Maynard Superintendent Of Public Works Arraigned On Bribery Charges

Alleged To Have Solicited And Received Cash Payments From Project Developer In Exchange For Relaxing Inspection And Regulatory Process


            MAYNARD – December 22, 2008 — The Maynard Superintendent of Public Works has been arraigned on charges of soliciting cash payments from a private developer in exchange for relaxing the permitting and inspection process for a construction project, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone informed the public today.

             Paul Camilli, 38, of Newton, was arraigned today in Concord District Court on one count of a public employee accepting or receiving a bribe. He was arrested on Saturday, December 20, at approximately 5 p.m. by Maynard Police and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s PACT Unit. At that time, he posted cash bail set at $1000. Today, Judge Steven Ostrach imposed that same bail figure and also issued a no-contact/stay-away order from the victim and witnesses in the case.

 Read more in story of arrest.

 Services for the Home

Sponsored by the Hopkinton Police and the beFREE Coalition*

Be Safe Question of the Day


Q. Adults would have to consume twice as many alcoholic beverages to suffer the same damage as an adolescent.

a)  True is the correct answer

b)  False

Check for correct answer later today.



Cornell's menu has been upgraded to Black Angus.

Golden Spoon's prices can't be beat.

Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton, Massachusetts

Compiled by Eric Montville for,  December 22, 2008






Address Buyer Price Date Seller
5 Leman Lane unit A Karen Upton $265,000 Dec.  19, 2008 Timothy J. Gray & Kelly A. Gray
179 Saddle Hill Road Jason L. Mard & Barbara F. Mard $387,500 Dec.  19, 2008 John B. Galanek & April R. Galanek
12 Curtis Road Paula J. Palumbo $315,000 Dec.  18, 2008 Denice Godfrey
43 Greenwood Road James R. Erven & Patricia A. Erven $835,000 Dec.  18, 2008 Richard A. Bettina & Anne E. Bettina
Hillcrest Drive Thomas E. Perna & Danielle Perna $137,500 Dec.  16, 2008 Winthrop T. Wiley
47 Greenwood Road Frederick A. Schillinger, III & Allyson W. Schillinger $845,000 Dec.  15, 2008 Prudential Relocation Inc.
47 Greenwood Road Prudential Relocation Inc. $845,000 Dec.  15, 2008 Catherine B. Kuhn
Last Week:        
26 Overlook Road Bradley R. Roark $907,000 Dec.  12, 2008 Gregory A. Briers & Melissa B. Briers
73 Winter Street David I. Freed & Karen Putnam Freed $545,000 Dec.  12, 2008 Thomas E. Perna & Danielle Perna
Previous Week:        
10 West Elm Street Jason Molfetas & Laura M. Molfetas $575,000 Dec.  05, 2008 Edward C. Davis & Derek Davis, Trustees
of Nala Realty Trust
206 Wood Street Christine M. Mastrogianis $195,000 Dec.  05, 2008 James D. Mehigan
19 Smith Road Philip D. Miller Jr. & Holly B. Miller $820,000 Dec.  03, 2008 Maria M. Dwyer


Police News UP-TO-DATE  <---More

December 22, 2008


5:02 am The DPW reported that an operator appeared to be "out of it" on Grove Street.  Officer John Moran responded and subsequently arrested a 37 year old female from Hopkinton for two Warrant Charges and also charged her with...


10:58 am A snow plow operator reported that a person was walking their dog on Connelly Hill Road and was impeding private snow removal operations on private property...


5:58 pm A caller from South Street reported that his motor vehicle was broken into.  Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and found footprints leading into the woods...


10:23 pm A caller from Mayhew Street reported an ongoing problem with an intoxicated male...

See the full report here.

The Homeless

© Copyright 2008  Petar Pismestrovic - All Rights Reserved.

Your New Home Awaits You


  H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S        H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S

Ahead of the Curve

December 21, 2008 — A DPW plow truck, which appears to be driven by Russell Lukey, scrapes the surface of West Main Street earlier today, in an attempt to keep having Hopkinton roadways be the envy of the region.

Artistic Gifts

Footprints in the Snow

December 21, 2008 — There were footprints and tire tracks in the snow today going into the conservation area, Berry Acres, during the height of the storm. As more and more snow covered the tracks, less and less could be ascertained about their source. Sunday is the winter solstice, which scientists say is the beginning of longer days and shorter nights.

CAA to Host Lisa Bailey


The Cultural Arts Alliance of Hopkinton is pleased to announce a single artist show by acclaimed artist Lisa Bailey at the CAA Farmhouse from January 9, 2009 until February 2, 2009.  An opening reception will be on January 9th from 6:30 -8:30 at the CAA Farmhouse.  The public is invited to attend the reception or visit the exhibition any weekday afternoon from 3-6 PM or on the weekends from 2-4 PM.


 Award winning Franklin artist Lisa G. Bailey is a professional artist and instructor.  Originally from Grosse Pointe Michigan, she holds a BA in Art and Interior Design.  After moving to Franklin, MA in 1999, Lisa started her own business, Developing Artists, to teach drawing and painting to children and adults.
     Lisa works and teaches in many drawing and painting mediums such as watercolor, acrylic, oil, colored pencil and pen and ink.  She feels it is important to keep current with the mediums in which she teaches.  The different mediums stimulate her imagination and allow for more creativity and growth.  Lisa decides which medium to use depending on her vision for each painting.  She travels extensively in order to collect images and ideas to help create most of her paintings, which have nature as the theme.  In any medium, Lisa's paintings are noted by the sense of movement, attention to detail and a vibrantly complex color pallet.  She explores many different techniques while adding her own interpretation. 
      Through this process Lisa invented a new style in watercolor that she calls Color Weave.  After Lisa sketches the image, she weaves the lines throughout the painting with overlapping transparent color to create the shapes.  She enjoys playing with repeating shapes and they are often perceived as hidden images.  She believes an expressive painting is more than creating a literal summary of the subject but the result of choices made by the artist: what to eliminate, change or simplify.  She loves reaching for new territories and adjusts her perception of realism versus abstract in the attempt to investigate, develop, test and refine her skills. ~ CAA

 Services for the Home

Help Fire and Water Departments, and Help Yourself


The Water Department requests your assistance, in maintaining accessibility to the town's 660 fire hydrants, for the safety and protection of everyone.


During the winter hydrants can become buried by snow during a storm. If you have a fire hydrant that that is near your home, please help us make it visible and accessible to the Fire Department for use in an emergency. Precious seconds can be lost searching for the hydrant or removing snow to gain access to it. Help make your neighborhood safe for everyone!


Please remember that it poses a major fire safety hazard to bury a fire hydrant by shoveling, plowing or snow blowing. It is also prohibited by Chapter 148 Section 27B of the Mass. General Laws and can incur a fine. The Water and Fire department would like to thank you for your cooperation in helping to maintain fire safety. Eric Carty, Water/Sewer Manager

Maynard Superintendent Of Public Works Arrested On Bribery Charges

Alleged To Have Solicited And Received Cash Payments From Project Developer In Exchange For Relaxing Inspection And Regulatory Process


            MAYNARD – December 21, 2008 — The Maynard Superintendent of Public Works has been arrested on charges of soliciting cash payments from a private developer in exchange for relaxing the permitting and inspection process for a construction project, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone informed the public today.

             Paul Camilli, 38, of Newton, was arrested yesterday at approximately 5 p.m. by Maynard Police and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s PACT Unit. He is charged with corruptly receiving money and gifts.

             Camilli will be arraigned on Monday morning in Concord District Court.

             “We allege that this town official abused his position of authority, soliciting cash kickbacks from a private developer in exchange for relaxing the inspection process,” District Attorney Leone said. “Inspection standards are put in place for a reason, and by relaxing those standards in order to line his own pockets, he undermined public safety and violated the public’s trust placed in him.”

             The investigation was conducted by Maynard Police and State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s PACT Unit.

             According to authorities, a private developer began a construction project in Maynard earlier this year. Camilli had frequent interaction with the developer because the construction project required permits and code inspections from the Town of Maynard in order for it to be completed.

             Camilli would frequently remind the developer that deadlines were coming up and that Camilli had control over how or if those deadlines would be met. Camilli also had many verbal arguments with the developer and made numerous technical demands to be met before he would sign off on specific portions of the project.

             At one point, with a deadline looming, the developer asked Camilli what it would take to get a particular project done, and it is alleged that Camilli made known to the developer that he was looking for cash money in order to see to it that the project moved along easier.

             It is further alleged that the developer later asked Camilli how much cash it would take and that they agreed on a number in the thousands. The developer paid that money in multiple installments in multiple locations.

            It is also alleged that during this time, Camilli began relaxing necessary standards for the construction project, including important environmental protection safeguards.

            The investigation into these alleged crimes included undercover and video surveillance.

            These charges are allegations, and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

            The case is being investigated by Maynard Police and State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s PACT Unit. The prosecutor assigned to the case is Assistant District Attorney Doug Nagengast.

Artistic Gifts

Blue Christmas Service Postponed

Due to inclement weather, St. Paul's non-denominational Blue Christmas Service, originally scheduled for Sunday, December 21, has been rescheduled to Tuesday, December 23 at 7:00 p.m.  The Blue Christmas service is one of solace for those for whom this Christmas will be difficult.  St. Paul's Episcopal Church is located at  61 Wood Street/Rte. 135, Hopkinton.  Phone number is 508-435-4536.


Due to the storm, the symbolic lighting of the first candle of the Menorah on the Hopkinton Common has been canceled


Due to the storm, the Annual Free Concert at St. John's is canceled for today.

 Services for the Home

Five Print Pubs Close in Ct.

December 21, 2008 — The Journal Register of Connecticut is closing five print publications. A short report from NECN is above.

Cornell's menu has been upgraded to Black Angus.

Golden Spoon's prices can't be beat.

Picture Perfect

December 20, 2008 — Although Ice House Pond was picture perfect today with freshly fallen snow, the ice below never had a chance to freeze properly before the storm, as evidenced by the lack of skaters.






If you see either of these folks on Sunday, December 21, please wish them a Happy Birthday.

 • Phil Totino • Dave Stoldt •


(Photos altered)

Artistic Gifts

Your New Home Awaits You


  H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S        H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S

Armed Robbery in Milford

Milford police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred this morning at the Rite Aid Pharmacy on Medway Road, a well dress man walked in with a briefcase and gun and demanded the drug oxycodone, he got away with 470 pills with a street  value of approximately $20 thousand dollars. ~ News tip from Ed Thompson, WMRC News Director.

Caroline Kennedy for New York Senate Seat? 

Watch CBS Videos Online

Not everyone agrees that the sole survivor of president John F. Kennedy's family should have an easy time being appointed by New York's Governor Paterson to fill Hillary Clinton's senate seat. Jeff Glor's CBS report, above.

Artistic Gifts

The Herald Angels Sing

December 20, 2008 — The birth of Jesus Christ is represented on the Hopkinton common by a scene depicting His birth in Bethlehem. HopNews has yet to catch on camera the installers of this well-crafted crèche with its illustrative statues.

 Services for the Home

Arrests — Most Recent First

Arrests Up-to-Date, Friday, December 20, 2008


Friday, December 20, 2008

6:57 pm After seeing a damaged mailbox in the middle of Downey Street during Friday's snowstorm, Officer William Burchard came upon the operator of a snowmobile, and subsequently charged him with several offenses.

      Stephen Paul Murphy, 37, 61 Downey Street was charged with Operating a Recreational Vehicle So As To Endanger, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Threat to Commit a Crime, Leaving the Scene of Property Damage, Operating an Unregistered Recreational Vehicle, Operating a  Recreational Vehicle on a Public Way, Operating a Recreational Vehicle Without a Helmet, OUI Liquor or BAC of .08, of a Snow Recreational Vehicle.


Tuesday, December 16, 2008

5:28 pm William F. Cofran, 65, 10 Bonney Drive, Holliston, was arrested at 97 Main Street and charged with OUI Liquor by Officer Gregg DeBoer.

Cornell's menu has been upgraded to Black Angus.

Golden Spoon's prices can't be beat.

Clearing the Way

December 20, 2008 — While most people were snug and tucked in, the DPW was still working, as demonstrated by this sidewalk plow shortly after midnight today.

Artistic Gifts

Silver Scene

December 19, 2008 — A view of Highland Street from the appropriately named Winter Street today, framed by evergreens in the shadows, gives a glimpse of the arborvitae in the center that line the street below. 

Hopkinton Little League is holding registration for the 2009 season.  Please visit their web site for all the particulars. Everyone should be registered by December 31st, 2008.  A late fee may be assessed after that date. 

Your New Home Awaits You


  H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S        H   O   M   E   S         H   O   M   E   S


All content on this site and linked pages within this domain and affiliate domains are ©2008 Hopkinton News and may not reproduced in any form without written permission. Learn more.