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Michael Jay Anderson, 24

Michael Jay Anderson, 24, of Hopkinton, passed away Saturday, April 25, 2015 as a result of a motorcycle accident. Born in Framingham, he was the son of Michelle (Welsch) White and her husband Chris of Hopkinton and Robert S. Anderson of Florida.

Michael was a longtime butcher at the former Colella's Supermarket in Hopkinton and most recently at Roche Bros. in Natick. He enjoyed cars, motorcycles, fishing, cooking and boxing. He had a love for his cat Baxter and also for his late cat Shadow.

Besides his parents, he is survived by his siblings, Sophia White, Hailey and Brendon Anderson; his maternal grandparents, Sharon and Ralph Welsch of Hopkinton; his paternal grandparents, Linda and Roger Anderson of Florida; his aunts and uncles, Donald Patch, Kim Welsch, Sherry Anderson, and Karen and Glenn Baker, as well as many cousins. He also leaves behind his girlfriend of 6 years, Brandi Webb of Hopkinton. He is predeceased by his cousin, Kolleen.

Visitation will be held on Friday, May 1st from 4-8p.m. at the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton, 57 Hayden Rowe St. A service will take place in the funeral home on Saturday, May 2nd at 11:00a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to Baypath Humane Society, 5 Rafferty Rd. Hopkinton, MA 01748.

Editor's Note: Below, a  memorial grows  at the North Mill Street, Holliston crash site.


MSP Fugitive Unit, Officers Track Down Brockton Murder Suspect


April 27, 2015—Members of the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section (VFAS) and Brockton and Fall River Police yesterday evening located and arrested ANILDO L. CORREIA, 24, who was wanted for the stabbing homicide of a Brockton teenager during a brawl at a city park.


Troopers assigned to the VFAS South Team and local officers located CORREIA hiding inside an apartment at a Fall River address at approximately 5:30 p.m. Sunday. VFAS troopers and local officers, working with State Police detectives attached to the Plymouth District Attorney’s Office, had collected intelligence that suggested that CORREIA was at that address.


CORREIA was taken into custody and transported to the Brockton Police Department, where he was booked on a warrant charging him with the April 22 homicide of Ywron Martins during a fight at the park where Martins had gone to play basketball.


CORREIA is expected to be arraigned in Brockton District Court today.

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Incident Log Updated April  27, 2015

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.

1 Time the Police assisted the Fire Department, another department, town, or outside Police agency.

27 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

1 Disabled Motor Vehicle.

1 Time the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

1 Time the Police participated in Community Relations or passenger safety.

Arrest Log

Sunday, April 26, 2015

12:10 pm Officer Arthur Schofield arrested Santos Ulisses Remirez, 42, of Genoa Avenue, Milford, on Hayden Rowe Street and charged him with Operating a Motor Vehicle With License Suspended for OUI and Operating a Motor Vehicle With License Suspended as HTO.


Saturday, April 25, 2015

8:15 pm Officer Arthur Schofield arrested John P. McMorrow, 64, of Heywood Drive, Westborough, on Wood Street and charged him with OUI Liquor, Speeding and Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle.


Incident Log

Sunday, April 26, 2015

8:58 pm Officer John Corridan found a pair of eye glasses on the Main Street sidewalk.

3:57 pm A 911 caller reported that a beaver was stuck in the waterfall/spillway by the damn inside the State Park. The Ashland Police Department was advised and notified their Animal Control Officer.

2:20 pm A walk-in spoke with Officer Arthur Schofield regarding fraud.

1:54 pm A caller reported losing her wallet on West Main Street.

12:10 pm Officer Arthur Schofield stopped a motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street and subsequently arrested a 42 year-old male from Milford and charged him with Operating a Motor Vehicle With License Suspended for OUI and Operating a Motor Vehicle With License Revoked as HTO.

11:54 am A 911 caller reported that youths were riding skateboards down the middle of Hayden Rowe Street. Officer Arthur Schofield responded and spoke with them.

11:41 am A walk-in reported that her credit card was possibly stolen from her mailbox.

9:24 am A resident of Rocky Woods Road reported being the victim of tax fraud.

12:31 am A caller from Mechanic Street reported that a male made suicidal statements to his girlfriend via text. Three officers responded and advised that they were in a low speed pursuit and then the individual was transported to the hospital.


Saturday, April 25, 2015

10:52 pm The Holliston Police Department requested an officer check North Mill Street for a person related to a previous incident. Officer John Corridan responded but could not locate the individual.

8:15 pm Officer Arthur Schofield stopped a motor vehicle on Wood Street and subsequently arrested a 64 year-old male from Westborough and charged him with OUI Liquor, Speeding and Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

2:41 pm A Connelly Hill Road resident reported that a lawn company, that has been soliciting in her neighborhood, just had one of their solicitors urinate across the street from her in a new construction zone. Officer Thomas Griffin spoke with the individual and advised him to pack up for the day.

6:24 am Three officers responded to Hayden Rowe Street to write a past breaking and entering report.


Friday, April 24, 2015

11:01 pm A resident of Greystone Lane reported coming home to find that his house was broken into. Three officers responded to write a report.

9:21 pm A 911 caller reported that a suspicious car was full of people on Edge Hill Road. Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and spoke with them.

9:11 pm A motorist reported that an erratic operator was all over the road on Main Street. Sgt. John Porter checked the area but was unable to locate the vehicle.

7:22 pm Officer Arthur Schofield spoke with a walk-in reporting identity theft.

6:40 pm A Breakneck Hill Road resident reported that someone drove over their grass. Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and advised that there was no damage but this is an on-going issue.

6:49 pm Officer Arthur Schofield assisted an individual who dropped his cell phone in a recycling bin on Hayden Rowe Street.

5:30 pm A walk-in reported that two chainsaws were stolen while they were away for four days.

3:56 pm A walk-in reported being a victim of identity theft.

2:56 pm A 911 caller reported that a rabid animal was in the back of a Main Street building. The Animal Control Officer was notified and responded.

1:24 pm A walk-in reported that he handcuffed himself and needed assistance with having them removed because he did not have the key. Officer Matthew McNeil assisted with removing them.

12:12 pm A caller from South Mill Street reported income tax fraud victims

11:59 am An Ash Street resident reported that her mailbox was vandalized.



Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton and Surrounding Towns

Compiled for HopNews.com © 2015 All Rights Reserved
New Transactions from April 20, 2015 - April 27, 2015
Click on blue links to see Town's property card w/photo
22 Ryegrass Circle unit 102 Radhakrishna R. Musani, Bharathi Putlur $596,000 April 27, 2015 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
3 Country Way Todd Blackwell $1,725,000 April 24, 2015 Three Country Way Trust, Joseph R. Jenkins
23 Connelly Hill Road Henry P. Roberts, Anna Dorcey $1,150,000 April 23, 2015 Connelly LLC
13 Ryegrass Circle unit 88 Douglas E. Antelman $502,420 April 23, 2015 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
88 Winter Street Thomas G. Mihlbachler, Kathleen A. Mihlbachler $700,000 April 23, 2015 Christopher A. Fuse, Megan S. Fuse
4 Highcroft Way unit 4 Mary Parrish $379,900 April 22, 2015 Cindy L. Walsh
10 Crispwater Way unit 192 Jagannath Balasubramanian $536,060 April 22, 2015 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
Winter Street Dennis A. Carlson, Carolyn M. Carlson,
Carolyn Carlson Family Trust I
$30,000 April 21, 2015 Joan O. Dwyer
1 Kathryn Drive Nabil R. Gergis, Evelin H. Maximos $575,000 April 24, 2015 Michael Nick
238 Prospect Street Michael A. Joosten, Kelly C. Joosten $257,000 April 23, 2015 Donald R. Mayo
3 Shadow Creek Lane unit 2 Audrey Colson $399,900 April 22, 2015 Ashland Development LLC
No New Transactions        
5 Miscoe Hill Road Brad S. Didio, Jennie L. Didio $500,000 April 24, 2015 Gayle M. Secaira Rodriquez, Brian P. Rodriquez
4 Francis Drive Alexander Luvisi, Jessica Luvisi $572,500 April 23, 2015 Paul Cahill, Noelle C. Jobson
26 East Street Valentin Komarovskiy $199,000 April 23, 2015 Rose M. Searles, Rose M. Searles Revocable Trust
83 High Street Yong Li $47,000 April 22, 2015 JP Morgan Chase Bank Na
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Road Work Notice

A contractor working for the Town of Hopkinton in preparation for street resurfacing will be installing asphalt shim work on Tuesday April 28th and Wednesday April 29th from 7am-5pm on the following streets:

Ash St – Stone Crossing to Front St. (Tuesday)

Oakhurst Rd – Full length. (Wednesday)

Proctor St – Saddle Hill Rd to cul-de-sac. (Wednesday)

Wilson St – 1500’ North of East Main St to 2800’ North of East Main St. (Wednesday)


One lane of traffic will be open at all times but expect delays and seek alternate routes if possible.


Thank you,


Mike Mansir

Hopkinton Highway Manager


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Town Meeting Articles
Full list here

Below are just three of the Town Meeting Articles the Board of Selectmen voted to support at Annual Town Meeting on May, 4, 2015. The first is a large parcel, known as the Irvine property, voted as a first choice site for a new elementary school to replace Center School. Below that is the second choice, known as the Todaro property, which the selectmen would also like to purchase, as it is the largest remaining large piece of land on Hayden Rowe Street, and borders the Irvine property. The third is the Pratt property, which the selectmen also voted to support, which has the potential of a town well  for drinking water, and possible open space.

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Updated 8:32 p.m., April 26, 2015

The State Police are releasing the names of the driver and passenger in the fatal crash on Route 495 in Franklin. The driver of the 2014 Ford Focus has been identified as 30-year-old CRYSTAL A. LEGASSEY of Oxford. The deceased passenger was identified as 31-year-old ASHLEY N. HARTUNG of Whitinsville, the drivers sister. The cause of the crash remains under investigation and no further information is available at this time.


State Police Investigating Fatal Crash In Franklin


April 26, 2015 — At 12:18 p.m., the State Police Barracks in Foxboro received calls for a one car crash on Route 495 southbound, just before exit 17, in Franklin. Trooper Michael Bartucca responded to the crash and his initial investigation indicates that a 2014 Ford Fusion exited the right side of the roadway, striking the guardrail. The impact split the guardrail and the female passenger was killed instantly. The driver of the vehicle suffered minor injuries and was transported to UMASS Medical Center in Worcester by Franklin EMS. The name of the operator and the deceased passenger are not being released pending notification of the families.


 Troopers from both the State Police Barracks in Foxboro and the State Police Barracks in Millbury responded to the scene. Also assisting at the scene were members of the Franklin Police Department, the Franklin Fire Department, and the MassDOT. Troopers from the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, the Crime Scene Services Section, the Troop H Detectives and the Norfolk County State Police Detective Unit will be assisting in the investigation. Also responding to the scene were members of the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office and the Medical Examiners Office.


No charges have been filed at this time and the cause of the crash remains under investigation. 

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Landing Zone at Hopkins School for Lacrosse Player


April 26, 2015—According to witnesses, a girl believed to be 12-13 years old playing lacrosse at one of the Hopkinton athletic complex fields, suffered a broken leg, but not as a result of any impact. She was taken by medical helicopter to a Boston Hospital. Above in a telephoto view from behind Hopkinton Middle School, the helicopter swoops down framed by trees, and below, a video of the activity after the landing.



Hopkinton Man Dies Following Motorcycle Crash


WOBURN - April 26, 2015 - Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that Michael Anderson, 24, of Hopkinton has died from injuries following a motorcycle crash which occurred last night in Holliston.


“Responding officers saw indications that the motorcycle left the road, struck a tree, and then burst into flames,” said District Attorney Ryan.  “Police who responded to the incident saw wreckage which was on fire and found the driver seriously hurt suffering from burns and other injuries.”


Holliston Police Chief John Moore adds,  "We would like to thank the towns of Hopkinton, Sherborn, and Ashland which assisted both at the scene and with patrol coverage while our shift handled the investigation into the crash.  At this time we will not speculate as to the circumstances and factors that figured into the crash, and we will await the detailed investigative report that will be forthcoming from the Massachusetts State Police Crash Reconstruction Team."


On Saturday, April 25, at approximately 9:50 p.m., the Holliston Police Department received a call from a passerby who reported a motorcycle crash at 96 North Mill Street.  First responders found Anderson seriously injured and he was transported to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston where he was later pronounced dead.


This incident is being investigated by the Holliston Police Department and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office.


Editor's Note: Mr. Anderson was a longtime employee of Colella's Supermarket and had worked there most recently as a butcher until the store  closed.



Michael Jay Anderson, 24, of Hopkinton, passed away Saturday, April 25, 2015 as a result of a motorcycle accident. Born in Framingham, he was the son of Michelle (Welsch) White and her husband Chris of Hopkinton and Robert S. Anderson of Florida. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and are under the care of the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton.

Mary Pamela (Nealon) Langenbach, 67


HOPKINTON - Mary Pamela (Nealon) Langenbach, 67, formerly of Hopkinton, died Saturday April 25, 2015 at Yale New Haven Hospital. She was the wife of James W. Langenbach, to whom she was married for 46 years. Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of the late Robert T. and Mary B. (Sullivan) Nealon.

She grew up in Hopkinton, graduating from Hopkinton High School in 1965. She moved to Sparta, NJ where she and her husband raised their family and she worked as a children's librarian. She and her husband retired in Mystic, CT where she was a Catholic Retreat volunteer and an member of the Mystic Women's Club.

Pam entered this world just as she left it, surrounded by the love of her family. Everyone who met her was touched by her love. Her sweet, kind and caring demeanor left you grateful to have met her. Pam was known as "Nomi" to her grandchildren and loved spending her summers with them on Sagamore Beach at "The Cottage."

She is survived by her children Pamela and Shawn Settar of Davidson, NC, Amie and Buddy Edwards of Charlotte, NC, Kathleen and Mike Rollins of Pawcatuck and Bethany Langenbach and fiancé Michael Askins of Mystic, CT. She also leaves seven grandchildren, Bailey, Hailee, Brylie, Austin, Grady, Dylan and Logan.

In addition, she leaves her siblings Timothy Nealon of West Dennis, Kathleen Nealon of Sagamore, and Ann Click, Elizabeth Edwards, Thomas Nealon and John Nealon, all of Hopkinton. She also leaves many nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her brother Terry, who died in February 2014.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 2 p.m. in St. John the Evangelist Church, 20 Church Street, Hopkinton. Burial will follow in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Hopkinton. There are no calling hours. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Callanan Cronin Funeral Home, Hopkinton.

Donations in her memory may be made to St. Edmunds Retreat, PO Box 399, Mystic, CT 06355

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24 Year-old Hopkinton Man Dies in Holliston Crash

April 26, 2015 — According to WCVB TV, a Twenty-four year-old Hopkinton man died at the Brigham and Women's Hospital following a motorcycle crash in Holliston last night. A report by Bobby Blair in HollistonReporter.com has photographs of the bike in flames not long after the crash that occurred shortly before 10:00 pm. The operator has been identified by the Middlesex District Attorney's Office as Michael Anderson/.


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Pamela (Nealon) Langenbach, 67
HOPKINTON - Pamela (Nealon) Langenbach, 67, died Saturday April 25, 2015 at Yale New Haven Hospital. Funeral arrangements, entrusted to the Callanan Cronin Funeral Home, are incomplete at this time.
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Looking for something to do this summer?
Fay School Open House Today

FaySummer in Southborough offers dynamic summer programs to interest every child from Pre-K to 9th grade, and its talented staff includes over 25 faculty members from Fay School. Day Camp, for children 3-15, features nine one-week sessions filled with games, sports, drama, visual arts, instructional and free swim, and other activities, all conducted in small group settings. Children ages 6-15 can also participate in Specialty Camps, which offer a half-day focus on a special theme, such as horseback riding, soccer, musical theater, circus arts, or robotics, along with a half-day of regular day camp.

FaySummer also features two overnight programs: Academic Adventures and Overnight Camp. Both programs are for children ages 10-14 and are offered for two two-week sessions. Academic Adventures is an academic enrichment program with courses in science, technology, arts, and humanities, while Overnight Camp offers a traditional sleepaway camp experience.

Attend an upcoming Open House to learn more!

Saturday, April 25 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.


Fay School's Primary School

25 Middle Road, Southborough

FaySummer at Fay School



Anything Goes

Above: Members of the cast of Anything Goes, from L to R: Sage Ratcliff as Mrs. Evangeline Harcourt; Niha Gopi as “Toots”, Zach Blair as the Captain; Sara Weissinger as “Purity”; Anna Jefferis as Reno Sweeney; Dan Proudman as Lord Evelyn Oakleigh; Alexa Benack as Erma; and Tony Weissinger as Iceberg the Sailor. Photo by Ms. Kathy Curry.

April 25, 2015 — The Hopkinton Middle School Drama Club is proud to present their 2015 spring musical, Anything Goes, Cole Porter’s 1934 romantic comedy on board a cruise ship, featuring tap-dancing sailors, star-crossed lovers, classic Broadway tunes such as “De-Lovely” and “Anything Goes,” and a cast and crew of over 100 talented students. Directed by HHS senior Sean Sanford, the show will be performed Friday, May 1st and Saturday, May 2nd at 7:00 PM and Sunday, May 3rd at 2:00 PM in the HMS Auditorium. Tickets are $10/students and $12/adults, with a $2 discount per ticket per donation to the Project Just Because Educational Supplies program. Senior citizens are admitted free of charge.

Health and Fitness

Flow Tests Could Affect Water Color Temporarily

Please be advised that required fire pump flow tests will be conducted on Saturday, April 25th  , 2015. The testing will take place on South Street, and run approximately from 8am to 12pm.  Due to the large volume of water that will be flowing, you may notice some discoloration during and after the test.  Please check your water before using it and you may need to run your cold water to help clear your lines.



Hopkinton Resident, One of Last Servicemen to Leave Vietnam, Will Return for Memorial Service


Hopkinton resident Bill Newell was one of the last servicemen to be evacuated from the US Embassy rooftop in Saigon in 1975. Bill and fourteen fellow Marines will be travelling to Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon), Vietnam on April 26th to take part in a service honoring the memories of Corporal Charles McMahon and Lance Corporal Darwin Judge, who were killed in action during the final evacuation.

Bill and his fellow Marines will be followed by a film crew documenting their return after 40 years. Local broadcasts can be heard daily on NPR (WBUR) 90.9 FM.



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Incident Log Updated April  24, 2015

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.

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

17 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

2 3 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

2 Animal calls

1 Motor Vehicle accident without personal injury

Incident Log

Thursday, April 23, 2015

10:23 pm Dispatcher confirmed for Ted's Towing of Fayville that an individual picking up a Honda that was towed there had in his possession plates that were registered to another vehicle. He was told to impound the vehicle until operator shows proof of insurance and valid plates.

6:34 pm An operator who refused to leave the property by the owner, decided to leave after speaking with Officer Matthew McNeil.

8:42 am Officer Matthew McNeil disposed of hypodermic needle found on Church Street.

12:25 am Officer Linda Higgins assisted Upton Police with a female prisoner.

Four Hours apart, two residents reported being the victim of tax fraud.


Wednesday, April 22, 2015

10:49 pm A motorist reported that she was just passed, in a no passing zone,, by a vehicle that was operating at an extremely high rate of speed on Hayden Rowe Street heading towards Milford. The Milford Police Department was notified.

6:30 pm A 911 caller reported that something had just crashed through her car window while she was driving on Wood Street.

6:26 pm A walk-in reported that her vehicle was hit by a falling tree on Cedar Street.

6:16 pm Officer Matthew McNeil spoke with a caller who reported losing important documents.

5:55 pm A Fruit Street resident reported that there has been an aggressive dog running loose in the neighborhood. The Animal Control Officer was notified.

5:15 pm Officer Matthew McNeil assisted a walk-in who had child custody questions.

4:00 pm Officer John Corridan assisted with traffic while a vehicle was towed from Fruit Street.

11:19 am A caller reported that a dog bit her while she was walking on Lumber Street. The dog did not break the skin but left a mark. The Animal Control Officer was notified.

3:00 am A walk-in, who wished to report a crime, spoke with Officer Linda Higgins.

2:16 am Officer Jacob Campbell spoke with a suspicious person on South Street who stated that he was walking to the Milford hospital to have his medication updated.



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Hopkinton Reaches Affordable Housing Threshold


April 24, 2005—According to correspondence from the Commonwealth Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), Hopkinton has exceeded its threshold of 10% of affordable housing stock with the approval of the Hopkinton Mews, a 280 unit housing project approved for Lumber Street to be built by Mill Creek. If a town has less than 10% of its housing stock deemed affordable as defined by Mass General Law Chapter 40B, then a developer need not comply with local bylaws, but only apply for a Comprehensive Permit from the local Board of Appeals with approval from the state. The Mill Creek project is such a project, but its approval for inclusion in Hopkinton's Subsidized Housing Inventory (SHI) brings  the town's affordable housing stock to 14.15% according the DHCD, thwarting any such future 40B projects.

         What this means  for developers is that they will need to comply with local bylaws, which do not allow for such dense developments that are buildable under the Comprehensive Permit guidelines. The projects will need to go through the normal planning and permitting process.

          Hopkinton Mews has been called a "friendly"  40B project, because the land owner, Paul Mastroianni has negotiated with the town in a Host Community Agreement, which will offer benefits and mitigation for traffic impact and road widening. 

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Miles of Trails

April 23, 2015 — Legacy Farms President Roy MacDowell puts up a sign at one of the trail heads at Legacy Farms South, where a harsh winter deferred its construction until now. The Greenier Company will be clearing and constructing the trails for the next two weeks. Mr. MacDowell said this trail will have four entry points and run throughout the property.


Women's Club Candidates Night
April 29, 2015 - 7:00 pm

The Hopkinton Women's Club is holding it's annual Meet the Candidates Night on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, at 7:00 PM in the HCAM-TV studio. We encourage townspeople to attend and ask questions of those citizens running for office in the May 18th Town Election. Home viewers will have the opportunity to pose questions to the candidates using a phone number posted on the TV screen. Questions can also be e-mailed ahead of time or that evening to live@hcam.tv


The Women's Club has been holding this event since 1986, when Nancy Clark (File photo) was President of the group. She will be the Moderator for the event.

Health and Fitness
Mmmm... This is a Tasty Birdie

April 23, 2015 — The feathers were flying on Elm Street this morning as this hawk swooped in and captured a bird that was on a perch looking in the opposite direction about 20 feet off of the ground.



It's Back!!!

Hopkinton Police Association Annual Dinner Dance

(Also known as the Hopkinton Policeman's Ball) 


Saturday May 16th

Social hour  6:30-7:30, Dinner 7:30-8:30

Portuguese Club, Milford

Dancing 8:30-12:30 To Hot Acoustics featuring Steve Spector


   After this long winter join members of a renewed, reinvigorated Hopkinton Police Department in bringing in spring with a enjoyable night of dinner, dancing and community fun.

The Hopkinton Police Association will use the money raised from this Dinner Dance to give back to the community.  Some of the events that the Association sponsors are the Children's Fishing Derby, Senior Christmas Party, Special Olympics Basketball Game and scholarship to a Hopkinton High School Senior.  

Contact any member of the Hopkinton Police Department or stop by the station to get your ticket.


“Autism & Special Needs Day Out” Event

Hosted by the Hopkinton Police Department and the Hopkinton Autism and Special Needs Parent Connection
Sunday, May 17th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Hopkinton Police Department, 74 Main Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748
Caregivers, Parents, Loved Ones, and Anyone Who Wants to Learn More About Autism


  Summer can be an especially dangerous time for those with Autism as they are often attracted to bodies of water.  Drowning is the number one cause of premature death for individuals with Autism.

Police officers are often called to a home to assist a caregiver with locating an Autistic person who has wandered.  We recognize that caregivers of loved ones with Autism have a huge responsibility.  It is our hope that this event will provide valuable safety information to loved ones.  We also believe this event will be a great opportunity for our officers to receive additional information from caregivers about

● Specially trained search and rescue police officers, station tour, and emergency vehicles on scene
● Officers will be distributing Autism safety items to include tip sheets, and identification cards
● Caregivers will be able to develop a 911 “script” with the assistance of search and rescue police officers
● Bounce House, light refreshments & more.

For more information contact Officer Stephen Buckley sbuckley@hopkintonpd.org/  or

Andrea Chesmore andrea@chesmore.net/

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