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January 1, 2009 — Katelyn Sousa brings the ball to the Millis end of the court last Tuesday in a game that went into overtime. Some people in the stands can be seen actually biting their nails, as Hopkinton edged Millis 59-54.

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Roving HopNews Camera in Whitinsville

January 1, 2009 — The mute swans paddled near shore to take a gander at the photographer and see if he was offering anything tasty, today in Whitinsville. A merganser, usually a reclusive duck, top left, paddled slowly in the same direction and kept a safe distance, watching to see what would unfold, as the setting sun drew outlines on the edges of the swans.

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    January 3rd, 2009

ESL Studio

30 Main Street, Hopkinton

Hosted by Barbara Kessler

Come out and sing a song or just listen
Sign up begins at 7pm
Performances start at 7:30pm
General admission $5
This months feature is ESL's A Capella troupe, Tone Deft, below


Keep Away

January 1, 2008 — Above, John Leteria plays a little keep-away on the way to a 74-72 squeaker at Millis this past Tuesday.

Arlene E Mighton, 90


MILLIS - Mighton, Arlene E. (Barrett), 90, of Carlisle, PA, a former life long resident of Millis, died December 29, 2008 at her home in Carlisle. Known as Dolly her entire life, she was the wife of the late Samuel G. Mighton who died in 1975.

Born in Norwood, MA, she was the daughter of the late Royden and Lillian (Garland) Barrett. She was educated in the Millis Public Schools. Arrangements Complete

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Is your event listed here? Remember to check the Calendar before making plans!The Virtual Common is a cool way to get information across, and from all the feedback HopNews has gotten, people enjoy the graphical way of receiving information. However, the HopNews Calendar button, always above, goes into much more detail of each event. And we have been updating it for years! Enjoy the Virtual Common, but please get used to checking out the calendar, too.



January 2 Calling all Hiller Ice Hockey Alumni! The Friends of Hiller Hockey will be hosting the annual hockey alumni game on Friday, January 2, 2009 at Navin Ice Arena at 8 p.m. All alumni are welcome to attend. Contact for more information.



January 3,10,17 Boy Scout Troop 4 of Hopkinton will be providing a Christmas tree pickup and recycling service for residents of Hopkinton. The cost is $5.00 for trees under 8 feet and $10.00 for trees over 8 feet. To request a pick-up, please go to or call (508) 293-6396 and leave your name, address, date for pick up, and tree height. Please make your request by Thursday of the week chosen for pick-up. Trees should be put curbside by 9AM along with payment in an envelope attached to the tree (Ziploc bags work best!).  Payment can be made in cash or check payable to Troop 4 Hopkinton. Please no plastic bags around the tree. Thank you for your support of Troop 4 and scouting in Hopkinton!



January 4 St. John's Church presents Winter Holiday Concert 3:00 pm @ St. John the Evangelist Church. Admission: voluntary donation of laundry detergent, cleaning supplies, and coffee/cocoa to benefit the Project Just Because Food Pantry. For information call 508-533-6665,

Low Visibility

December 31, 2008 — The photographer cut the frame shop out of the picture on this one and used some natural, existing wood for the edges of the photo. Taken today at Ice House Pond in very low visibility.


December 31, 2008 — These tall trees on East Street are outlined by snow on their edges today, and made even more distinct by a shallow depth of field, accomplished by a wide open lens aperture, throwing the background mildly out of focus.

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Peak of the Storm

December 31, 2008 — After evaluating the female driver of the white vehicle, who collided with the snow plow in the background, the Fire Department personnel released her. The patient works on Parkwood Drive, and was apparently struck by a private contractor clearing snow for the company.

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Mighton, Arlene E. (Barrett), 90



Mighton, Arlene E. (Barrett), 90, of Carlisle, PA, a former life long resident of Millis, died Monday, December 29, 2008 at her home in Carlisle surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late Samuel G. Mighton and the mother of the late Karl Mighton of Hopkinton. Arrangements are incomplete at this time.

Hopkinton Girls, 59-54 over Millis in Overtime

December 30, 2008 — Abbie Lockwood defies gravity in turning the corner on the Millis defenders as Hopkinton got the winning edge in OT, 59-54.

Hopkinton 74, Millis 72

December 30, 2008 — Stephen Hrusovsky moves the ball with 110% of his energy, above, at Millis Tuesday evening in a game the boys won by 2 points.

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  Regional Crime  

Wilmington Man Arrested for Allegedly Embezzling Millions From Former Client

Victim is well known entertainer


 UPDATE:  McCauley was arraigned today, December 31, 2008, in Woburn District Court where he entered a plea of not guilty and was ordered held on $3 million cash bail. He is scheduled for a pre-trial conference on January 15, 2009.


            BOSTON December 30, 2008 — A Wilmington man was arrested today in connection with stealing millions of dollars over a period of a year and a half from a national entertainer with local ties who was also his client. Darryl McCauley, age 43, is charged with Larceny over $250 (2 counts), Forgery, and Larceny by Continuous Scheme.  McCauley was arrested this evening by Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Attorney General’s Office at his residence without incident.  He is expected to be arraigned tomorrow morning in Woburn District Court.

            Approximately two weeks ago, the Attorney General’s Office began an investigation after the matter had been referred by McCauley’s former client and his lawyer.  McCauley was the business manager for his former client from the early 1990’s until early December 2008.  As business manager, McCauley was responsible for the management of his client’s financial affairs, including the receipt and payment of bills; the receipt, deposit, and management of the client’s income and revenue from various business ventures in which his former client controlled.  Authorities allege that between July 2007 through December of 2008, McCauley stole millions of dollars from his client’s business accounts by transferring those funds to his own personal accounts, and in one instance, forging a three million dollar check written from his client’s account to himself.  Authorities allege that McCauley used this money for his own personal use. Authorities also allege that McCauley made the transfers without the knowledge or consent of his client. The investigation into McCauley’s alleged activities is ongoing.   

McCauley was arrested this afternoon.  He is expected to be arraigned tomorrow morning in Woburn District Court.

The case is being prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Richard Grundy, Chief of Attorney General Martha Coakley’s Criminal Bureau and Assistant Attorney General Marc Jones, of Attorney General Martha Coakley’s Corruption and Fraud Division, and was investigated by the Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Attorney General’s Office.

 ~ AG's Office


EDITOR'S NOTE: Several sources on the web, including, have identified the victim as McCauley's brother, well known comedian Dane Cook, video below ("R" rating for F-bomb).


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Hopkinton Company Receives Supplier of the Year Award

Express Scripts Inc. Recognizes EMC for Excellent Quality, Service, and Innovation


HOPKINTON, Mass. - Dec. 30, 2008  EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC), the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced that Express Scripts Inc., one of the largest Pharmacy Benefits Management companies in North America, has recognized EMC with their 2008 IT Supplier of the Year Award. The IT Supplier of the Year Award recognizes suppliers who have a long-term relationship with Express Scripts, and have shown continuous improvement in supplier relationship management, quality, service, innovation, and total cost reduction to Express Scripts while working collaboratively with Express Scripts.


Frank Hauck, EMC Executive Vice President, Global Marketing and Customer Quality, said, "EMC strives to provide the best possible experience to our customers. The IT Supplier of the Year Award is a testament to EMC's value as a strategic partner to Express Scripts. We put a tremendous effort into providing the best possible experience to our customers by continuing to deliver innovative technologies and solutions, as well as impeccable service and support to our customers. We are honored to receive this award as recognition of our efforts."

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The Annual Street Listing Forms have been mailed.

Please sign, date and return the form within 10 days even if there are no changes to the household.

New residents please provide the requested information.

Town Clerk Office Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Tuesday 8:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M.

Passport Applications Accepted During All Office Hours

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Massachusetts State Police, Boston Police and MADD Urge Safe New Year’s Driving

7% increase in OUI arrests


December 30, 2008 — As part of their continuing effort to keep Massachusetts roadways safe, the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS), Massachusetts State Police, Boston Police Department, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) gathered today on the Boston Common to raise awareness about the dangers of operating under the influence. Representatives from the agencies were joined by Ron Bersani, whose granddaughter, Melanie Powell, was killed when she was hit by a drunk driver in 2003 and who was a driving force behind “Melanie’s Law,” legislation that enhanced penalties for repeat drunk drivers.


The event was part of the Commonwealth’s “Drunk Driving. Over the Limit. Under Arrest” Mobilization, which began Dec. 12 and runs through Jan. 4. EOPSS is providing up to $700,000 in federal grant funds during the mobilization for extra traffic enforcement by the Massachusetts State Police and 216 local law enforcement agencies, and a coordinated public education campaign. State Police alone are rolling an additional 410 patrols, above and beyond their regular patrols.


At the event, State Police announced that for the fourth straight year, the number of statewide drunk driving arrests made by troopers has increased. As of Dec. 20, State Police had made 5,004 OUI arrests in 2008, up 7 percent over the total made by the same point in 2007 and surpassing the 4,879 arrests made during all of last year. In 2006, troopers arrested 3,860 drunk drivers, up from 2,869 in 2005. The increased arrest totals have corresponded with a lower amount of crashes involving drunk drivers. This year, through Dec. 20, State Police had responded to 584 OUI crashes, down 6 percent from the 618 at that time last year.


“We are a day away from the New Year’s Eve holiday and all the festivities that come with it,” said Colonel Mark. F. Delaney, superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police. “These celebrations carry with them numerous opportunities to consume alcohol. We want people to have fun ringing in the new year, but we want them to do so smartly and safely. And if they do not, they should know that it is a priority of the State Police to find them and take them off the road.”


According to NHTSA there were 146 alcohol-impaired driving fatalities in 2007 in Massachusetts. The many traffic enforcement and public education efforts funded by EOPSS with federal grants, especially “Drunk Driving. Over the Limit. Under Arrest” Mobilizations, aim to reduce that number.


“One out of every three people knows someone who has been killed or injured by a drunk driver,” said Mary McNamara, executive director of MADD’s Massachusetts chapter. “We and the police share a common goal and we appreciate their efforts around this important issue. Please help us count down to zero and eliminate drunk driving.”

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Hopkinton Employment Opportunity


Employment Testing for positions with the Federal Census Department will be held every Tuesday from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. in the Town Hall Lower Level starting January 6th.

For general information, go to:

For local information, contact the Town Clerk’s Office.

St. John’s Church is Collecting Cell phones for Seniors, at Mass on Jan. 11 & 12.

Library Book Sale


The Library would like to remind people of our semi-annual book sale coming in January on the 10th  from 9 am - 1 pm. 


Book donations may be dropped off during regular Library hours any time.  Volunteers are needed to help set up Friday evening the 9th from 7-8:30 pm.


Poll Results


According to the results of today's poll, which has credible, but low, total vote numbers, a whopping 70% of responding HopNews readers believe that Israel's overwhelming response to the rocket attacks by Hamas has not been an overreaction.


As we speak, Israeli troops mass on the border with Gaza, but has called for a two-day cease fire from Hamas.

Whitehall Flowing Well

December 29, 2008 — Lake Whitehall rushes through its dam, above, over the short falls, under the Gatehouse and toward Whitehall Brook, today.

Knights and Princesses

December 2899, 2008 — Children's Librarian, Denise Kofron, changes her wall board to a new theme for January, "Knights and Princesses".

     "We'll be having much merriment and reading of books," she said.

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ESL Now Registering for Winter Classes  


HOPKINTON, MA (December 29, 2008) – Enter Stage Left Theater, Inc. is now accepting registrations for its winter music and theater classes for aspiring actors and musicians of all ages.  The winter programs, which begin the week of February 2, will be held at ESL’s studio at 30 Main Street in Hopkinton or at ESL’s newly renovated “Annex” located behind ESL’s studio at 11 Walcott Street


“Our winter program has classes for all age groups – from infants to adults, “said Kelly Grill, a co-founder of ESL (File photo, far right).  “There’s musical and drama classes for toddlers and preschoolers; theater, music, art, and dance classes for elementary-school-age children; and acting, voice, and music lessons for teenagers and adults.  Here’s a chance to let your inner star shine!”  More detailed information is available at ESL’s website at or by calling 508-435-2114.

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Police News UP-TO-DATE  <---Full Report

December 29, 2008



8:03 pm A walk-in spoke with Officer Matthew McNeil regarding a domestic situation...


12:20 pm A resident of Turnbridge Lane reported to Officer David Shane that they observed a teen in an act of indecent exposure...


11:17 am A resident of Pond Street reported hearing rapid gunfire in close proximity to houses...


1:38 am The Milford Police Department requested assistance with a large fight on Capital Road with multiple stab wound injuries...

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Drawing the Line

December 29, 2008 — Ed Marcello, of his namesake construction company, draws a level line while constructing a new ADA-compliant, accessible window at the Treasurer/Collector's Office today.

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Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton, Massachusetts

Compiled by Eric Montville for, 

No new transactions this week, December 29, 2008






Address Buyer Price Date Seller
Last Week:        
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
Previous 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


The Hopkinton Police Department Receives Underage Alcohol Enforcement Award

Hopkinton, MA - December 29, 2008 — The Hopkinton Police Department was awarded $4795.04 in grant funding as part of the 2009 Underage Alcohol Enforcement Grant Program from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS). This program provides overtime funds for enforcement of underage alcohol laws through activities such as compliance checks, reverse stings, party patrols, surveillance patrols, and cops in shops. The EOPSS awarded 94 of these grants totaling over $600,000.


"We are very pleased to receive these funds. They will allow us to enhance our underage alcohol enforcement activities in Hopkinton.” said Chief Thomas Irvin (File photo). “Any loss of life on our roadways is one too many. This program will help us in our efforts to reduce instances of impaired driving by our community’s underage population.” 


While the Town of Hopkinton has not suffered any alcohol related motor vehicle fatalities involving drivers under the age of 21 in the past 3 years, the problem is still a significant concern.


Results reported in the 2006 MetroWest Adolescent Health Survey indicate that “alcohol remains the substance of choice among adolescents”.


Research reveals that, according to the Fatality Reporting Analysis System (FARS) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among young drivers between ages 15 and 20. Additionally, from 2003 to 2005, nationwide, approximately 34% of 16-20 year-old drivers killed in motor vehicle crashes had been drinking.


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Somerville Woman Arraigned In Connection With Somerville Homicide


            SOMERVILLEA Somerville woman has been arraigned in connection with the stabbing death of her boyfriend, Arnaldo Amado, 42, of Somerville, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone informed the public today.

             Kimberly Carmella Savini, 30, of Somerville, was arraigned this morning in Somerville District Court on one count of murder. She was ordered held without bail by District Court Judge Domenic Paratore.

             According to authorities, at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 27, Somerville Police responded to a 911 call of a reported stabbing at the address of 11 Greenville Street. When police arrived, they discovered the victim unresponsive and suffering from an apparent stab wound.

             Amado was transferred to a Massachusetts General Hospital where he was pronounced dead at approximately 5 p.m.

             Savini was at the scene and placed under arrest. It is alleged that Savini stabbed and killed Amado in an incident of domestic violence.

             The case is being investigated by Somerville Police and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office.

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

             The case is being investigated by Somerville Police and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office. The prosecutor assigned to the case is Assistant District Attorney Marian Ryan.    

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Town Manager Search

Hopkinton, Massachusetts

The Town of Hopkinton, MA is currently seeking an accomplished executive manager with a proven track record leading and managing within an organization that serves the diverse needs of an active community with high expectations. Hopkinton, MA is nestled within a beautiful, semi-rural community conveniently located near the intersection of the Mass Pike and 495. Perhaps best known as the home of the start of the Boston Marathon, Hopkinton also enjoys an award winning school system, several large lakes and two Massachusetts State Parks. While maintaining a quaint New England charm, Hopkinton is the global headquarters of EMC with offices off highway 495. With a population of just over 15,000, Hopkinton residents are active in the community and volunteer generously in the schools, the town and in various civic and community activities.


The Town Manager of Hopkinton reports to a 5 member Board of Selectmen, and serves as the chief administrative officer responsible for the day to day operations of Town government and related executive functions including fiscal management, capital planning, labor relations, collective bargaining, public construction / procurement and development of a $60 million dollar annual operating budget. The Town Manager appears regularly before open, televised meetings, and works closely with citizens groups and town boards developing and presenting policies, programs, budgetary matters, capital planning and related issues. Hopkinton operates under an open Town Meeting form of government, as dictated by a local Charter, and augmented by a set of local bylaws.


The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5-7 years of experience as a Town Manager, Assistant Town Manager or Town Administrator in New England. Individuals with executive level administrative management experience complimented with municipal government experience beyond these qualifications are also encouraged to apply. Bachelors and/or Masters degree or equivalent required.


Compensation is commensurate with experience but will include a highly competitive salary and benefit package at or above the median range of Town Manager positions in the metro-west area.


View the complete position description HERE or visit the Town website:


Applicants may inquire and/or apply in confidence. Confidentiality of candidates will be maintained during the initial screening and interviews. Full disclosure and an extensive background check including CORI, and credit checks will be conducted on final candidates where strong mutual interest has been established.


To apply in confidence, submit resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, by Friday January 23, 2009, to Maryrose DeGroot, Human Resources Department, Town Of Hopkinton, 18 Main Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748 or EOE.

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Sponsored by the Hopkinton Police and the beFREE Coalition*

Be Safe Question of the Day


Q. People who start drinking before the age of 15 are four times more likely to become dependent on alcohol at some point in their lives.


a)  True is the correct answer.

b)  False



Sources for this weekly feature are:

Hopkinton HS Youth Risk Behavior, 2006, Social Host Law M.G.L. c. 138, sec.34 and the American Medical Assoc. 

Hiller Boys Alumni Game

December 29, 2008 — Last Friday, the Hiller Boys Alumni played their annual game, and posed for a photo afterward. Contributed photo.

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Hopkinton to join thousands of communities across America

Please join the Hopkinton Veteran’s Celebration Committee on Sunday, January 4, 2009 as we join thousands of communities across America for a remembrance ceremony at the Senior Center in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. The Committee is hosting a “Sunday Taps Vigil” starting at 7:00 p.m. The ceremony will consist of a short tribute to American soldiers, veterans and their families and is expected to last 15 minutes. The ceremony will include the sounding of the 24 hauntingly beautiful notes of “Taps”.


“Taps” traditionally serves two important purposes. At military outposts around the world it is played in the evening to signal the time for quiet, rest and reflection after a day of duty. It is also mandated by the Department of Defense to be sounded live by a bugler, if possible, at the funeral of each and every American veteran as a final tribute to that individual veteran’s honorable time of service to his or her country. An average of over 1,600 American veterans are laid to rest each day.


Hopkinton has held this ceremony, on the first Sunday of each month, since it was initiated in March 2004 by the national non-profit organization Bugles Across America. Since the ceremony was first proposed, over 1,500 communities across America, as well as in Canada and several other countries, now participate. File photo/graphic, of Mike McCann

Israel Rules Nothing Out 

Watch CBS Videos Online


Many HopNews readers may recall the Channel 7 reporter, Jeff Glor, who made himself well known in Hopkinton during the Entwistle investigation. Additionally, he came to the HopNews office at the start of the trial last June as a National Correspondent for CBS' The Early Show to conduct an interview.


Now, he has earned himself a spot as Weekend Anchor on the CBS Evening News, one step away from the top spot. See one report from it above.

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  Regional Crime


Somerville Woman Arrested In Connection With Somerville Homicide


            SOMERVILLE – December 28, 2008 — According to Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone and Somerville Police Chief Anthony Holloway, Kimberly Carmella Savini, 30, of Somerville, was arrested yesterday afternoon and booked on one count of murder in connection with the stabbing death of her boyfriend, Arnaldo Amado, 42, of Somerville

        According to a press release from the State Police, at approximately 2:30 p.m., Somerville Police responded to a 911 call of a reported stabbing at the address of 11 Greenville Street. When police arrived, they discovered the victim unresponsive and suffering from an apparent stab wound. He was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital where he was pronounced dead at approximately 5 p.m.

         Savini, who will be arraigned in Somerville District Court Monday morning, was at the scene and place under arrest. It is alleged that Savini stabbed and killed Amado during a domestic incident.

          The case is being investigated by Somerville Police and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office.

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Temporary Friend

December 27, 2008 — Amelia Bashy, 6, holds hands with her newest creation, made with a little help from her parents. Photo by Mom

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Hiller Girls Alumni Game

December  27, 2008 — On Friday night, December 26th, the Hopkinton Basketball Association sponsored their annual Alumni basketball game at Brown Gym for both boys and girls who are former Hiller varsity basketball players. Both games were well played and enjoyable for the fans and for the alumni who played. We' hope to see you at next year's event! Contributed photo.

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December 26, 2008 — Seven year-old black lab, Midnight, owned by Tom Lemon, takes a leap off of a dock at the Hopkinton State Park on Friday. The photographer left the edge of the dock in the final crop as a reference point, lest it would appear the dog is flying like SuperDog. (Note: The dog's name, previously stated incorrectly, has been updated).

$10 Million Scratch Ticket Winner at TJ Spirits 

December 26, 2008 — A tip from a HopNews' Town Talk post led to the discovery that someone did in fact win $10 Please visit our discussion pagemillion on a scratch ticket purchased at TJ Spirits.

     Patrons identified Richard Diatalevi, a retired Framingham Firefighter, as the prize winner, and described him arriving in a stretch limo on Friday evening with family members, and setting up everybody at the bar for fours hours.

     HopNews arrived in time to speak with several patrons, who confirmed the information. Two patrons agreed to speak on camera, above.

Hopkinton 1, Marlborough 4

December 26, 2008 — Calvin Lee passes through center ice with a few Marlborough players tailing him as he skates into the Marlborough end.

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Fly Like an Eagle

December 26, 2008 — Like pastel chalk in an artist's hand, the soft pink and blue behind this gull over the Hopkinton Reservoir near dusk today softly complements the bird's sharp features, as the trees in the distance provide depth.

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