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Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton and Surrounding Towns

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New Transactions from June 4, 2014 - June 10, 2014
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14 Downey Street Christopher Benning, Mari J. Benning $433,000 June 9, 2014 Pauline B. Sawyer, Royce N. Sawyer, Pauline B.
Sawyer Irrevocable Trust
6 Auciello Drive Robert E. Little, Jill A. Little $520,000 June 5, 2014 Tommy J. Paparazzo, Rita A. Paparazzo
369 Pond Street VRS/LCB Ashland LLC $1,800,000 June 10, 2014 Ashland Town Line Up
126 Concord Street Gregory Bergeron $290,000 June 9, 2014 Timothy Rafferty, Amy L. Rafferty
209 Leland Farm Road unit 48D David Mintz $269,000 June 6, 2014 John E. Rainey, Jr., Paul A. Rainey, Doris J.
Rainey Trust
19 Upland Road Alex Chou, Robin M. Cooper $345,000 June 6, 2014 Samantha Moulton, Glen S. Lamoureux
223 Leland Farm Road unit B Patrice M. Davis, Shawn Davis $243,000 June 5, 2014 Daniel Day
29 Mountain Gate Road unit C Ramesh Ganesan $226,000 June 5, 2014 Frederick A. Rogers
18 Prospect Street Crusader646 LLC $317,000 June 4, 2014 Lori A. Caporale, Lori A. Facchini
17 Haven Way unit 7 Richard Klein, Mimi Klein $362,500 June 4, 2014 Filomena D. Wallace, Lynn A. Wilder
7 Arrowhead Circle unit B Diane Morin $295,000 June 4, 2014 Henrietta J. Wasserman, Arrowhead Realty Trust
65 Carriage House Path Todd G. Bellemare, Andrea M. Bellemare $492,000 June 4, 2014 Maureen A. Napolitano
3 Hubley Lane Michael W. Dunsmore, Katherine Dunsmore $656,000 June 10, 2014 Brookfield Relocation Inc
3 Hubley Lane Brookfield Relocation Inc. $656,000 June 10, 2014 Jonathan R. Young, Nancy H. Young
5 Kenley Lane Pritesh Gandhi, Nital Gandhi $985,000 June 9, 2014 Leslie S. Carey, Brendon Properties Deerfoot
Realty Trust
28 Warren Street Jennifer A. Rioberts $427,500 June 10, 2014 Twenty Eight Warren LLC
1 Merriam Way Michael J. Machnik, Julie A. Machnik $385,000 June 6, 2014 Keith D. Duquette, Melissa S. Duquette


Hopkinton Little League Team C. 1964

Thanks to Rob Phipps for sharing this photo.




Police Incident Log - Updated June 10, 2014

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Incident Log (No Arrests)

Tuesday, June 9, 2014

8:10 pm Sgt. John Porter notified the Westborough Police Department of an erratic operator on Route 135.

8:13 pm A caller from Saddle Hill Road reported that a vehicle alarm was going off. Sgt. Michael Sutton checked the area and advised that all was secure.

4:28 pm A motorist reported a blown tire in the middle of Route 495 south causing a road hazard. The State Police were notified and advised that the tire had been cleared.

1:02 pm A resident reported that a vehicle was driving down Coburn Road and slowing down at each house. Two officers checked the area but could not locate the vehicle.

8:24 am Officer Patrick O'Brien assisted a disabled motor vehicle on West Main Street.

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Mission Accomplished

June 10, 2014 — Tom Nealon retrieves his ball after hitting a hole in one on the 11th hole at Charter Oaks Country Club in Hudson playing in the 8th Annual Bethany Health Care Golf Tournament.  Contributed.


There It Is — Gone!

June 10, 2014 — The progress of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts continues as the auxiliary building behind the main, restored barn was turned into dumpster filler last week, and preparations for its replacement continues.

        A view of what the missing building looked like from the other side can be seen by choosing the thumbnail on the left. It is a photo of a 2006 Summer Band Concert conducted by outgoing HHS Music Director Steve Yavarrow. The silo has since been moved and shored up. A conceptual drawing of the finished plans are to the right.


Protester Arrests

June 10, 2014 — Monday afternoon State Police responded to the Transportation Building at 10 Park Plaza, Boston, where a group of protesters had gathered on the fourth floor, the location of state Department of Transportation offices. After the group discussed their concerns with DOT officials, many of the protesters refused to leave. State Police officials had several discussions with the remaining protesters, repeatedly encouraging them to disperse. Furthermore, the group was warned that they would be arrested if they did not leave.  Shortly after 7 p.m., more than two hours after the offices closed for the day, troopers peacefully arrested 11 adult females and 10 adult males and charged them with trespassing. The arrests were made without incident. Most, if not all, of those arrested were young adults.


The female defendants were transported to the Boston-Lower Basin Barracks for booking, the males to the South Boston Barracks. Provided that none of them have outstanding warrants, all are expected to be released on personal recognizance (plus a $40 bail fee) pending their appearance at a future date in the Boston Municipal Court.


The State Police acknowledge and respect the right of the public to peacefully assemble.  Once the demonstrators had their opportunity to speak their concerns, and the offices closed for the day, their continued presence on the fourth floor constituted trespassing.


Body of Missing Person Recovered at Ice House Pond
Person had been missing a short while

June 9, 2014  — The body of a 70 year-old woman, an avid walker, reported to have gone for a walk earlier today but was overdue, was discovered by searchers in the woods near Ice House Pond, which is on the grounds of the Golden Pond facility. Police discovered the body of the missing woman but were not giving out any specifics as of 3:30 pm.

UPDATE, June 10, 2014: Mary Beth Long from the office of District Attorney Marian Ryan has said that there is no evidence of foul play, but would not discuss any details, as the investigation is open and ongoing.


June 9, 2014 — A resident of Golden Pond Assisted Living facility holds a bunny brought by  "Farm Visits" from Rehoboth, MA. They brought a baby goat, piglet, ducklings, chicks, and bunnies for the residents this morning.


Police Arrest/Incident Log - Updated June 9, 2014

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June 8, 2014

10:08 pm  Officer Matthew McNeil placed into protective custody at Sandy Beach an individual who was in distress after capsizing a canoe on Lake Maspenock.



Sunday, June 8, 2014

9:37 pm An individual from a capsized canoe on Lake Maspenock wearing a life jacket made it to shore and was placed in protective custody by Officer Matthew McNeil.

8:51 pm Air Products reported an individual in a blue/black Toyota Corolla stopped at the front gate in violation of the signs, and took pictures of the strategic gas facility. The individual was gone upon arrival.

8:44 pm A male was reported to be staggering along Frankland Road but was gone upon the arrival of Officers.

4:50 pm Report of traffic signals at Lumber and West Main Street flashing rather than cycling. DPW was advised.

4:29 pm A caller reported traffic violations Officer McNeil said he would attend to that after he completes assisting with a medical emergency.

3:34 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer removed a dead turtle from the Wood Street roadway.

1:54 pm A Sterling Drive individual complained of a dirt bike in the roadway, which was gone upon arrival.

10:48 am Officer Stephen Buckley took part in Community Policing at the truck event at HHS.

10:31 am Officers advised a resident of Davis Road that her neighbor complained she was screaming all night and just started up again.

3:09 am Checking on suspicious activity behind Center School, Officer Aaron O'Neil witnessed an individual ditch a bicycle and run.


Saturday, June 7, 2014

11:44 pm Call for erratic operator, stopped by Officer Jacob Campbell, who issued a verbal warning.

11:30 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil came upon four young people on Rafferty Road, destroyed marijuana on scene, waited for two parents to pick up one half of the group, and transported the other two home in a cruiser.

10:59 pm A Fawn Ridge Road caller reports a suspicious vehicle repeatedly parking in front of a neighbor's house, shutting off its lights while keeping the motor running.  It was gone upon arrival.

5:49 pm A Greystone Lane caller found a black border collie. Case turned over to Animal Control Officer William Proctor.

5:49 pm Caller reports being assaulted by an individual in a motor vehicle. A witness went to the station to offer her perspective, and Officer Gregg DeBoer interviewed them as well as the suspect.

4:53 pm Lights at Lumber Street malfunctioning.

4:42 pm Someone reported an elderly woman on Wood Street looking lost and confused. She was gone upon arrival.

1:10 pm A resident reported witnessing a large truck hit the 495 bridge on West Main Street. The officer on duty found no damage.

12:24 pm A Front Street resident reported an issue with a solicitor. Officer Patrick O'Brien attempted contact with both parties.

11:03 am A large turtle caused traffic issues on Roosevelt Road.

2:04 am Officer John Moran assisted Ashland PD in the use of Hopkinton's Breath Testing machine, on loan to them.

1:55 am Checked a motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street.

1:47 am Checked on two vehicles on West Elm Street, whose operators were photographing each other's vehicles.

1:00 am Checked on an unoccupied motor vehicle in the school parking lot.

12:53 am Checked on a passenger transfer on the Loop Road.


Friday, June 6, 2014

11:40 pm Officer Jacob Campbell removed a tree branch from the Clinton Street roadway.

11:17 pm Checked on operator in front of funeral home on Church Street who was on his phone with the vehicle running for an hour.

1:33 pm Officer Stephen Buckley took part in Community Policing.

1:26 pm Employee reported illegal dumping on Hayward Street.

11:25 am Two people reported as suspicious on Kruger Road were Sprint employees gathering electronic data.

10:52 am Lakeshore Drive caller thought a snapping turtle was stuck, but it was just in no hurry to move.

8:44 am School Resource Officer Philip Powers transported an individual from Connelly Hill Road to Center School.

8:47 am A Front Street homeowner walked into the station to report a FedEx truck hit the home during a delivery, but got no joy from the company.

7:37 am Officer Powers transported an individual from Connelly Hill Road to Elmwood School.

2:30 am Checked a motor vehicle on Saddle Hill Road.

12:47 am Checked an unoccupied motor vehicle and the property it was parked at on Wood Street.

Touch a Bobcat

From left to right Sophia Choiniere, Jake  Choiniere,  Steve JR. Choiniere (father), Mason  Choiniere

June 8, 2014 — Sunday's Touch-a-Truck event at Hopkinton High School to benefit the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation was well attended. Above, the Choiniere family poses on a Bobcat mini-excavator and below, Logan and Connor Fitzgibbons try all of the bells and whistles in a Hopkinton Police cruiser.

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Who Wants to Help?

June 8,  2014 — Mrs. Tortorella's class had no shortage of volunteers when Jeff Doherty asked for two to help him plant at Hopkins School on Friday.



June 8, 2014 — The Roving HopCam caught one of a  series of ponds leading to a larger reservoir in Leicester today, just west of Worcester Airport, where Air Force One is scheduled to land on Wednesday with President Obama.


Catch of the Day

June 7, 2014 — Unlike its avian counterpart, Tigger did not force his catch down his gullet, but instead, played until the chipmunk quit playing.


A Prize in Every Package

June 7,2014 — From his passing, then stopped vehicle, the photographer followed the mallard ducks in flight with his camera until they touched down. Their landing paths are still evident. But it wasn't until enlarging the photo that the great blue heron appeared, today on Bloods Pond.



Fundraiser at the Woodville Rod and Gun Club June 13th

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


We are having a fundraiser to help raise money for Bode’s Bunch, a triathlon team made up of Hopkinton resident and a few family members of Bode, to raise money for the JDRF. We are participating in the Cohasset Triathlon on June 29th and the team is using this one event to help raise money to find a cure. As a side note, since Bode’s diagnosis five year ago (this is my fifth time doing the tri), there has been a handful more of children in our town that have been since diagnosed with Type 1 Juvenile Diabetes. We have formed a little T1 Club, a club you don’t want to be a member of, but one that you pray and fight for a cure to help our kids!

The event is June 13th, 2014 from 6pm - 10pm
Cash Bar, food provided by TJ’s
$20 at the door donation will give guests dinner, dessert and five tickets for raffle items
Silent auction items will be there as well, such as a beautiful beach front condo in Maine.




Forward Progression

On June 3rd, Hopkinton Girl Scouts held its annual Bridging Ceremony at the Faith Community Church. Of the over 360 Girl Scouts in Hopkinton, 143 girls were celebrated for their participation and hard work as they moved up to the next level in Girl Scouting. Congratulations to the Scouts and their leaders! ~Contributed

Sons of Former Hopkinton Public Library Director, Jeanette P. Ellsworth, Honor Their Late Mother’s Legacy With a $10,000 Gift for the New Library


The Ellsworth Family has made a generous $10,000 gift in memory of their late mother, Jeanette P. Ellsworth.  In recognition of this gift, the Conference Room of the newly renovated and expanded Library will be named for Mrs. Ellsworth, who served as Director of the Hopkinton Public Library from 1972 until 1991.  


“My mother’s association with the Library began in 1955 as a volunteer under then Library Director, Mrs. Betty Strong.  She became Assistant Director in the 1958, and Director in 1972 when Mrs. Strong retired. She served as Director until 1991, and concluded her service to the Library in 1993, as she had begun it, as a volunteer,” says Russell Ellsworth, one of Jeanette’s sons.  “I know she would have been very excited about the renovation and expansion plans.”


“In proclaiming Jeanette Ellsworth Day on September 20, 1991, the Board of Selectmen recognized Mrs. Ellsworth for fostering the love of reading in Hopkinton residents for over 30 years; for her exemplary service; and for her graciousness and good humor,” says Laura Barry, Chair of the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation.  “We are thrilled that the Ellsworth Family has chosen to honor their mother’s incredible contributions to the Hopkinton Public Library with this generous gift and the naming of the new Library’s Conference Room.”

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301 Students, Largest Class Ever From Hopkinton High School

June 7, 2014 — The Class of 2014 was called the largest class ever by Hopkinton High School Principal Evan Bishop, as the class saw the retirement of two longtime Department heads coincide with their commencement, Art Department Director Marian Strangfeld, and Music Director Steven Yavarrow.
      Class President Nicholas DiMare led the remarks last evening, followed by Superintendent of Schools Cathy MacLeod, Ed.D., Salutatorian Shannon Moffat and Valedictorian Demi Moed.

        To see last night's processional into the Athletic Center in HD, as well as the musical selection by Catherine Cote, Page Guarino, Emma Howe, Evelyn Oliver, Taylor Forsmo and Charlotte Sands-Berking, choose the screenshot below:


Hopkinton Student Captures
Congressional Art Competition Award


June 6, 2014 —
HHS Sophmore Sasha Hagan captured the photography award at the 2014th District Congressional Art Competition. Congressman Kennedy's office released the names of the winners this week.

Photography teacher Sterling Worrell nominated Hagan's still life image for the congressional award, which also won an award at the annual HHS student art show last month.

This is the second straight year that a Hopkinton photography student has captured the photography award for the top photograph in the competition. John Oldach won last year.


Reprinted from www.HHSPress.org 



Police Incident Log - Updated June 6, 2014

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Incident Log (No Arrests)

Thursday, June 5, 2014

8:21 pm A 911 caller reported that two dogs were running in the middle of Hayden Rowe Street and one of them got struck by a vehicle. Officer Philip Powers checked the area and advised that one dog was picked up by its owner but he could not locate the other one.

8:18 pm Sgt. Michael Sutton assisted the Fire Department with gaining access to a residence on Whirty Circle.

5:20 pm Sgt. Michael Sutton came upon a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Main Street.

4:33 pm The were multiple 911 calls for a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Wood Street. Two officers responded and wrote a report.

4:26 pm A caller from Lumber Street reported a past road rage incident.

1:16 pm A 911 caller reported a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Hayden Rowe Street.

10:35 am Officer Stephen Buckley checked a motor vehicle on Sterling Drive.

10:00 am Officer Philip Powers took a report of overnight vandalism to a tent on Center School grounds.

9:52 am A resident of North Mill Street reported overnight damage to their mailbox. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and took a report.

9:40 am Officer Stephen Buckley assisted with installing a car seat.

6:21 am Officer Stephen Buckley checked and spoke with the operator of a motor vehicle on West Main Street.

12:48 am Officer John Moran assisted a disabled motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street.


Wednesday, June 4, 2014

11:56 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil checked and spoke with the operator of a motor vehicle on Wood Street.

11:43 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil assisted a disabled motor vehicle on D.J. Murphy Lane.

10:38 pm A caller reported that a cat was dead in the middle of the roadway on Hayden Rowe Street.

6:55 pm A caller reported that a vehicle was parked in a bad spot on the wrong side of Lumber Street. Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area and advised that the vehicle was parked ok.

5:16 pm Two officers responded to a single car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Pleasant Street.

3:17 pm A caller reported a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Chestnut Street.

2:07 pm A resident of Doyle Lane reported that a vehicle parked in front of her house yesterday and today for approximately an hour. Officer Patrick O'Brien spoke with the operator who was working in the area and taking his lunch break.

11:21 am A motorist reported a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Nicholas Road. Officer David Shane responded and assisted with the paperwork exchange.

10:08 am A motorist reported a needle in a grassy area between two businesses on South Street. Officer Patrick O'Brien checked the area with a negative find.

8:00 am A Curtis Road resident wanted a log entry for a construction crew rock hammering starting at 7:00 am.

4:54 am Detective Timothy Brennan removed a tree branch from the roadway on Wood Street.

2:18 am A passing motorist reported a large amount of trash on Route 135. Officer John Moran moved the trash off of the roadway and left a message with the Ashland Highway Department to pick it up.


Tuesday, June 3, 2014

11:24 pm The Upton Police Department was provided contact information on several vehicle owners from Hopkinton whose vehicles were parked on Thayer Street in Upton.

9:29 pm A resident of Cold Spring reported a bat in their house. Officer William Burchard responded and assisted with catching and releasing the bat.

9:12 pm A caller from Saddle Hill Road reported two suspicious vehicles parked next to her house. Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and advised that he located two empty vehicles.

8:25 pm A Winter Street resident reported that he arrived home to find lights on in the garage and the security keypad up. Three officers checked the residence and advised that everything appeared to be in order.

7:28 pm An Ash Street resident reported that a neighbor was operating construction equipment in violation of the town by-law. Sgt. Michael Sutton responded and spoke with the individual who shut down for the night.

1:41 pm A 911 caller reported a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on West Main Street. Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and took a report.

1:03 pm A resident of Curtis Road reported being upset over the noise being made from a construction crew.

11:57 am Officer Patrick O'Brien responded to a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Wood Street.

10:44 am The Fire Department reported that construction crew vehicles parked on Clinton Street were hindering their response. Officer David Shane responded and advised them to move their vehicles.

10:31 am Officer David Shane assisted the Fire Department with a fire alarm activation on East Street.

6:32 am A caller reported that her dog was attacked by another dog while walking it on Hayden Rowe Street. Officer Linda Higgins responded to speak with the resident.

Planting Pumpkins

Above, Jeff Doherty gets help from Hayden Orenstein and Iris Zeissig at Hopkins School.

June 6, 2014 — Jeff Doherty of Angel's Garden Center instructed students from Room 203 at Hopkins School School today in planting pumpkin plants propagated from seeds, he said, that were from plants that grew to over 200 lbs. To see some of the dialogue, as well as what he found in the soil, please check out the video below. Watch  in HD 1080p, fullscreen, if you can:

Fundraiser at Bill's Pizza

The Class of 2016 will be having a fundraiser at Bills Pizza Monday, June 9,2014. Please mention you're supporting the class of 2016 and a percentage of your sale will go towards their class. Thank you for your support!

Yefim (Fima) Baryudin, 23

Yefim (Fima) Baryudin, 23, of Hopkinton, passed away unexpectedly at home on Tuesday, June 3, 2014. Born in Russia, he was the son of Pavel and Larisa (Ragutshteyn) Baryudin of Hopkinton.

Yefim was the brother of Leonid (Leo) Baryudin and his wife Stephanie of Ashland, and their son Joshua. He also leaves his paternal grandparents, Semen and Lusy Baryudin of Boston; an aunt, Irina Ragutshteyn of Malden; his uncles, Mykhail Ragutshteyn of Malden and Alex Baryudin and his wife Victoria of Westwood. He also leaves behind his cousins, Evelina Ragutshteyn, Alan and David Baryudin.

Visitation will be held on Friday, June 6th from 4-7p.m. at the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton, 57 Hayden Rowe St. A funeral home service will take place on Saturday, June 7th at  11:00a.m. with burial following at Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Hopkinton.

Editor's Note: This obituary is again brought near the top to be joined with a photo of the young man, whose name might not have been known by some who read the notice originally, but who was known on sight by many for his friendliness and helpfulness in some of the establishments he worked at while growing up in Hopkinton. He was known as "Fima."




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This years theme for The Horribles Parade is "Historical Horribles"!  We want everyone to celebrate or poke fun at their favorite Hopkinton moments over the years.  We are hoping to get as much participation as possible this year and encourage any and everyone to come out and join the fun! Decorate a car, bicycle or walk the route it's a fun filled day enjoyed by many and the more the merrier! 





The Milford Regional Medical Center Foundation officially recognized this week news of a  $150,000 leadership gift from Louis and Janice Guerriere and Guerriere & Halnon, Inc. to Excellence…The Campaign for Milford Regional Medical Center.  The gift is part of $17 million the capital campaign has already raised towards a goal of $25 million.

“We are so very grateful to Lou (Photo), Janice, and Guerriere & Halnon, Inc. for their extraordinary gesture of generosity toward our capital campaign,” said John Burns, Chairman of Excellence as well as the Board of Trustees of Milford Regional.  “Like so many of our closest friends, the Guerriere family has been invested in the growth of our Medical Center and the health of the community for years.  Both were born right here at Milford Regional and have played major roles with us… Lou as a corporator of the Medical Center, and trustee on the Milford Regional Healthcare Foundation Board since 2008, and Janice as a member of the Mélange Gala Committee since its inception.  We remain eternally thankful for their commitment, which extends far beyond campaign gifts with their time, knowledge, skills and resources.”

The Guerrieres also are members of the 1903 Society and are always there to help the Medical Center enhance its services. The couple has previously gifted rooms in the Patient Care Center and the Cancer Center at Milford Regional during previous capital campaigns.

Louis is the President of Guerriere & Halnon, Inc. Engineering and Land Surveying, a company he founded 40 years ago with offices in Milford, Franklin and Whitinsville.  The company has worked with Milford Regional on many expansion projects since its inception, and  MRMC has benefitted from the company’s tireless support through its membership in the 1903 Society and corporate sponsorships of Mélange and the Annual Golf Classic.


Excellence is supporting a major capital initiative that will result in a new Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit and private patient rooms.  The new two story structure will more than double the size of the current ED from 30 to 52 private treatment rooms, increase the number of patient rooms in the ICU from 10 to 16 expanding their size to accommodate the latest technology, and add a 24-bed private room unit with the intent to convert all hospital patient rooms to private.  The Medical Center celebrated the groundbreaking for this $54 million initiative on March 28.

Milford Regional Medical Center, Inc. is a comprehensive healthcare system featuring affiliations with Boston Children’s Hospital, UMass Memorial Health Care and the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center.  The 145-bed, nonprofit, acute-care facility serves a region of 20-plus towns.   


Low Hanging

June 5, 2014 — A drive through Northbridge proved fruitful this morning as this deer was caught eating some low hanging leaves and berries on the shore of Arcade Pond during the rain. 


Meet Hopkinton’s Chief Lee and Sheriff Koutoujian


Hear about scams and other concerns facing seniors and what you can do to protect yourself.


Thursday, June 12 at 1pm

Hopkinton Senior Center

28 Mayhew Street


Sign up by calling 508-497-9730


Refreshments will be served




June 4, 2014 — This great blue heron at Ice House Pond is caught from behind in an unflattering position as it retracts its wings after landing from flight.


Help From Some Friends

June 4, 2014 — Volunteers from EMC Corporation’s engineering team came to the Hopkinton Center for the Arts as part of a volunteer day on Friday, May 30th. The volunteers helped complete many vital projects, including painting exteriors, cleaning and organizing storage spaces, replacing bulkhead doors and repairing an awning. Many thanks to this team who went above and beyond in completing various tasks on the HCA’s volunteer project list. Pictured: Front row L-R: Ellie Schachter, James Ocasio, Glen Gurney; Middle row L to R: Mark Lavallee, Steven Huynh, Damon Calzaloia, David Ho, Carl Adams; Back L to R: Steve Smith, Larry Linnell, Raymond McCulloch. Contributed content.


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