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Incident Logs Updated this afternoon, September 2, 2015

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

Most recent incidents first



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

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

22 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

1 Disabled Motor Vehicle.

Arrest Log

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

7:48 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil arrested Kathleen Alicia McWade, 38, of Baptist Common Road, Templeton, on West Main Street and charged her with Marked Lanes Violation, OUI Liquor, Speeding and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

Incident Log

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

9:01 pm Officer Peter Booth spoke with a resident regarding a harassing phone call and advised them that it was a scam.

7:48 pm There were multiple 911 calls reporting that a vehicle was off of the roadway on West Main Street. Two officers responded and subsequently arrested a 38 year-old female from Templeton and charged her with Marked Lanes Violation, OUI Liquor, Speeding and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle

7:28 pm A walk-in spoke with Officer Peter Booth about restraining orders.

6:55 pm A motorist reported an erratic operator on Main Street. Officer Peter Booth checked the area with a negative find.

6:07 pm An anonymous caller reported that a dog was acting strangely in a motor vehicle on West Main Street. Two officers responded and spoke with the owner who stated that the dog was fine it just had unusual habits.

4:52 pm Officer Peter Booth attempted to assist the Milford Police Department with delivering a message to a resident of Cider Mill Road but stated that no one was home.

2:09 pm A caller reported that a flatbed truck was backing up out of a work site on Pond Street with no one directing traffic, making it dangerous for on coming vehicles. Two officers checked the area with a negative find.

12:49 pm Officer Philip Powers responded to Winter Street to check on a student that had just moved to Hopkinton.

12:38 pm The Milford Police Department requested assistance with getting a hold of a resident from Cider Mill Road. Officer Thomas Griffin responded and advised that non one was home.

12:34 pm A caller from Pond Street reported that workers on a construction site were moving heavy equipment and being loud. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and advised that they were blasting.

11:17 am A 911 caller from Wilson Street reported that a male party would not leave the property. Three officers responded and advised that he was removed.

10:15 am Officer Thomas Griffin issued a motor vehicle a parking violation on Main Street.

7:57 am A resident of Hearthstone Lane reported waking up and finding a mattress on her lawn. The DPW was notified and assisted with removing it.

Monday, August 31, 2015

10:08 pm A caller reported that her son lost his wallet earlier today.

6:07 pm A walk-in from Ash Street reported that two trash bags were dumped on his property today and that there has been an on-going problem with empty bottles and cans being thrown on his property.

9:26 am A detail officer reported that a truck had taken down wires on Wood Street. Officer Stephen Buckley responded to write a report and notified the telephone company.

8:27 am Officer Stephen Buckley reported damage to a mailbox on Rocky Woods Road.

8:13 am A resident reported suspicious activity in the high school parking lot. Officer Arthur Schofield checked the area with a negative find.

8:23 am Officer Stephen Buckley advised that two mailboxes on North Street were vandalized.

8:14 am Officer Stephen Buckley reported that a mailbox on Washington Lane was vandalized.

6:56 am A Baldwin Lane resident reported that a bench was taken from their front yard, was broken, then hung from a street sign down the road. Officer Stephen Buckley responded to write a report and also advised that there were damaged mailboxes in the area.



Family  Stuff


Protect and Party

September 1, 2015 — Officer Patrick O'Brien (White shirt, front row) poses with some of his chiefs and fellow officers with whom he served for 32 years at his retirement party at the Woodville Rod and Gun Club the weekend before last.


Hopkinton CFO Resigns to Pursue New Career Objectives

On Friday, August 28, 2015, Finance Director Christopher Howell submitted, and I have accepted, his resignation from his position with the Town of Hopkinton effective September 4, 2015. He has decided to pursue other opportunities for the next stage of his career. He advises me that serving the Town in the role of CFO has been rewarding for him personally and professionally. I have come to know and value Chris as a very pleasant and likeable person. I wish him the best in his professional endeavors.

Town Manager,
Norman Khumalo


HOPKINTON AREA LAND TRUST, 4th Annual Members Meeting Date Set

Woodville, MA: The Hopkinton Area Land Trust has set September 20, 2015 as the date for its 4th Annual Membership Meeting. The meeting will take place in the Hopkinton Masonic Hall at 2PM to 4PM. The agenda for the meeting will be a welcome by its President, Dave Goldman; a presentation and review of the events of the past year, followed by the election of three Directors to the Board of Directors. The Trusts members are invited to attend, along with the public who would like to learn more about the Trust.

This is the 20th year that the Trust has been in existence and 2014 – 2015 has been an exciting year. As a brief recap the Trust has reached approximately 1,000 acres of open space, either owned or under conservation restriction (CR), to its inventory. This includes the Deneen open space, 6+ acres; the Fruit Street Open Space CR, 145 acres, co-held with SVT, the Phipps Woods Open Space CR 12+ acres, the Braden Woods Open Space CR, 7.8+ acres, and the Cameron Woods/Whisper Way Open Space CR, 132 acres. The Trust is looking for stewardship volunteers to help manage these new open spaces. Stewardship is easy; take a walk in the open space, take a few photos, observe, and prepare a short summary of the observations.

If you would like to help, please call Dave Goldman at 508-435-6578 or drop an Email: goldmand@mindspring.com  . The Trust would love to hear from you and please come to the meeting and learn more about the Trust.

Personal Services 
Be Refreshed - Unleashing the Power of Listening Well
Be Refreshed is a seminar for women which includes breakfast followed by an engaging presentation
Speaker: Rachel Jackson
Thursday, Sept 10
9:15 - 11:15AM OR 6:30 - 8:30PM


We are bombarded with messages every day. To which ones do you think you’re listening? To which ones are you really listening? How are they impacting your life? Is it possible that the messages fighting the hardest to get heard, but are often the easiest to ignore, come from the most important sources and contain the most transformative power for your life? Please join us on September 10 to hear how you can amplify the messages that matter most and to discover how changing the way that you listen can help free you from the ties that bind and open your life up to fresh blessing.

New this year....free morning and evening seminars offered!

All Thursday Seminars: 9:15-11:15am (childcare available) OR 6:30-8:30pm

Please register online for this free event at www.FCCH.org/be-refreshed  Childcare is offered for children from infants–6 years old ($3.00/child) during the morning seminar.

Faith Community Church
146 East Main Street
Hopkinton, MA 01748

Town Hall Roof Inspection
To All Residents and Visitors:

Please note that an Aerial Drone is scheduled to be used for a roof inspection of the Town Hall the week of August 31, 2015.

Repairs to the roof will follow the inspection and are scheduled to be completed the week
of September 7, 2015

 When the repairs are completed the caution tape in front of Town Hall will be removed. There are no concerns with using the front entrance to Town Hall during the inspection but it may be closed for a short time when the repairs are underway.

All costs associated with the inspection and repairs are covered through an insurance claim. (Google Maps photo)

David T. Daltorio, P.E.
Town Engineer

Health and Fitness
Part of the 300th Anniversary Celebration
Lumberjack/Woodsman Show
October 18, 2015 at Noon
Field # 12, Loop Road

Above., a trophy awaits a winner and a nameplate. The "H" is finished from an American Chestnut, a tough New England hardwood tree that fell victim to a blight that killed an estimated three billion of them beginning in 1904.


September 1, 2015 — On October 18, 2015 at noon, The Friends of Hopkinton 300th Committee will be hosting a competitive Lumberjack Demonstration and contest at field #12 off the loop road. The first hour will be dedicated to showing the various tools that men working in the woods would have used to ply their trade, such as axes, cross-cut saws, bow-saws, and peaveys.

The men and women in this show travel all of New England, Canada, and as far south as Virginia to participate in contests and take home some prize money.

The rest of the show will focus on you, the people of Hopkinton - your participation will be encouraged (with some help from us) in events such as men and women's axe throw, 2 person cross-cut saw (Jack & Jack, Jack & Jill, Jill & Jill), and men's and women's bow-saw.

Young people are not to be left out; log-rolling for boys and girls 8-10 years old; and disk-stacking for boys and girls, 8 years and under..

Trophies will be awarded to 1st place finishers only. Hopkinton residents will have unique awards that are hand-made from storm damaged trees taken here in town. Non-residents are encouraged to try their luck (bring your out-of-town friends) they will win more traditional 1st place trophies.

On a personal note, I have been involved with this sport for 50 years, beginning in college as part of a 6-man team. After school, I discovered there were competitions at various locations during the summer and fall Fair season, Many of the friends I made back then are still competing (thank you master's classes), putting on contests, announcing, and head judging. It is a sport that never let's go of you. I hope you will come to our show, and allow us to share our love of this unique competition.

For more information and possible practice times for these events, feel free to call us at 508-435-4976.

Sincerely, Joe & Dianne Regan


Building a Strong Foundation

September 1, 2015 — Sculptor Jeff Buccacio, with drill, directs  the reconstruction of the Claflin Memorial Fountain on Hopkinton Common today. Mr. Buccacio repaired and polished the existing pieces, and recreated two missing pieces, a top basin and a center post. The fountain will be dedicated officially on Friday, September 11, 2015.

Family  Stuff


Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton and Surrounding Towns

Compiled for HopNews.com © 2015 All Rights Reserved
New Transactions from August 24, 2015 - August 31, 2015
Click on blue links to see Town's property card w/photo
9 Victory Lane Marc Apablaza, Katherine Apablaza $505,000 Aug. 31, 2015 Daniel Nieves, Sandra Nieves
5 Hearthstone Road Brian L. McKay $755,000 Aug. 31, 2015 John Ralston, Diane S. Ralston
20 South Mill Street Craig A. Golembiewski, Jeanne Golembiewski $744,000 Aug. 31, 2015 William J. Fahey, Amy N. Sanders
4 Windsong Way Srinivas Bolla, Lakshmisujatha Vakalapudi $842,995 Aug 31,  2015 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
18 Crispwater Way, unit 188 Alireza Ghodrati, Maryam Ghodrati $506,515 Aug. 28, 2015 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
321 Wood Street Stephen J. Bradley $635,000 Aug. 28, 2015 Peter M. Allain, Renee J. Allain
20 Crispwater Way unit 187 Vijayabhaskar Katamreddy, Swapna Dabbala $505,670 Aug. 27, 2015 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
15 Hunters Ridge Way Joseph Mirisola, Jessica Mirisola $875,000 Aug. 26, 2015 South Mill Street LLC
7 Summer Street Russell M. Shade, Catherine V. Ullman Shade $435,000 Aug. 25, 2015 Line M. Dittman
6 Susan Drive Adam Bero, Cailin Joyce $540,000 Aug. 25, 2015 Jared W. Pray, Jessica L. Pray
215 Meetinghouse Path unit 76-B Cynthia M. Bennett $245,000 Aug. 31, 2015 Andrei N. Varnavski
414 Chestnut Street Jeffrey A. Belcher, Ada L. Martinez $256,000 Aug. 31, 2015 Robert J. Paulhus Jr., Pamela J. Paulhus
356 America Boulevard unit 54C Mariam S. Gaballa, Mina A Theophilos $179,500 Aug. 31, 2015 Independence Village Realty LLC
21 Stagecoach Drive unit 21 Andrew W. Strawn, Kathleen M. Strawn $435,000 Aug. 28, 2015 Francis M. Foody, Nancy C. Foody
40 Grover Road Joshua R. Bottomley, Nicole A. Bottomley $580,000 Aug. 28, 2015 Mark Conner, Diane M. Conner
1 High Ridge Road Robert W. Schare, Susan A. Schare $780,000 Aug. 28, 2015 Richard Sakakeeny, Karen L. Sakakeeny
8 Leach Lane Kathleen Gates $280,000 Aug. 28, 2015 Susan G. Mickey
136 Concord Street unit A Stephen J. Morgan $128,000 Aug. 27, 2015 Joanna K. Anderson, Michael G. Anderson
136 Concord Street unit A Stephen J. Morgan $128,000 Aug. 27, 2015 Craig Wilga
131 America Boulevard unit 13D Nirav A. Patel, Nirali V. Patel $350,000 Aug. 27, 2015 Shoven Swaraj Shrivastava, Meghna Shrivastava
6 Barry Drive Joseph J. Assencoa Jr., Karen M. Larochelle $590,000 Aug. 26, 2015 Thomas P. Loonie, Julie L. Winston
224 Oregon Road Chitrang H. Patel, Sejuti Sengupta $411,500 Aug. 26, 2015 Karen M. Larochelle, Joseph J. Assencoa Jr.
18 Old Country Path Ana Tersarotto, Sidnei Moreira $455,000 Aug. 26, 2015 Jessica Swindlehurst, Jessica Moreira
12 Alfred Road Kenneth M. Fell $352,000 Aug. 25, 2015 Mark W. Glovasky, Erica Glovasky
232 East Union Street Anjan Bagchee, Falguni B. Bagchee $727,000 Aug. 24, 2015 Paul Barbieri
55 Richards Road Paul Troiani $451,999 Aug. 31, 2015 Bank of New York Mellon
191 Middle Road Janice Y. Metzger, Robert C. Metzger $415,000 Aug. 28, 2015 Donna M. Lelke
31 Wildwood Drive unit 15E Scott Davis $311,000 Aug. 27, 2015 Florence D. Beatrice, Anthony J. Beatrice Jr.
30 Meeting House Lane unit 15 David Ambach $487,500 Aug. 27, 2015 James O. Pearson Revocable Trust, James O. Pearson
7 Leonard Drive Christine M. Garofalo, Stephen J. Garofalo Jr.,
Colt Realty LLC
$165,000 Aug. 26, 2015 Priscilla A. Flot
5 Graystone Way Mark S. Piercey, Margery L. Piercey $400,000 Aug. 26, 2015 Joseph L. Verbanth, Lauren A. Veranth, J & L Veranth Trust
Prospect Street Jill A Mongeau Gaines, Kevin L. Gaines $175,000 Aug. 31, 2015 Cecelia E. Henderson
1 Maple Street David C. Roman, Kristin A. Roman $337,000 Aug. 31, 2015 Janet D. Doherty
19 Mendon Street Joshua P. Samberg, Meghan E. Samberg $347,000 Aug. 28, 2015 John M. Sisco, Maureen J. Sisco
6 Kiwanis Beach Road Penelope Woodward, Gregory Woodward $780,000 Aug. 28, 2015 Marilyn G. Alling
9 Cider Mill Lane Emmanuel A. Gasquez, Astrid J. Paniagua $380,000 Aug. 28, 2015 Peter G. Landy, Marsha J. Landry
2 Fiske Avenue Michael C. Curry, Jennifer R. Curry $425,000 Aug. 26, 2015 Michael F. Branowicki

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Incident Logs Updated this afternoon, August 31, 2015

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

Most recent incidents first



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

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

43 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

2 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

7 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

2 Times the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

Incident Log

Sunday, August 30, 2015

8:43 pm Three officers spoke with several people in the police station parking lot who were arguing over cigarettes.

7:21 pm A motorist reported an erratic operator on West Elm Street. Officer John Moran located the vehicle and spoke with the operator.

5:03 pm A 911 caller reported that a vehicle was driving erratically on West Main Street. Officer John Moran located that vehicle and determined that there was no level of impairment.

3:32 pm A walk-in stated that she lost her iPhone.

3:27 pm An Ash Street resident reported that the weekly concerts on the town common were creating a disturbance.

2:32 pm Officer Matthew McNeil spoke with a walk-in who was seeking advice regarding a problem with her son.

2:31 pm A resident complained about noise from a loud band on the town common. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and advised that all was quiet.

2:22 pm A passerby notified Officer Stephen Buckley of illegal dumping on Mount Auburn Street.

2:05 pm A motorist reported that the green traffic light arrow at West Main Street and Wood Street was not working properly. Officer Stephen Buckley confirmed that the green arrow light was out and notified the DPW.

11:52 am A 911 caller reported that an erratic operator had gone through a red light, almost hitting a motorcycle in Milford and continued north on Route 85. Officer Stephen Buckley Stephen Buckley checked the area with a negative find.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

11:03 pm Sgt. John Porter reported possible vandalism to a mailbox on Overlook Road.

10:05 pm A 911 caller reported a disturbance in a Cedar Street parking lot. Three officers responded, caught up with both vehicles and advised that the individuals stated that they were just horsing around.

9:56 pm Officer William Burchard spoke with the passenger of a motor vehicle that was parked the wrong way on Meserve Street.

7:59 pm Several callers reported loud noises from possible gun shots or fireworks in the area of Main Street. Officer John Moran checked the area but did not hear anything suspicious.

7:49 pm A Woodview Way resident reported that she was just threatened by her neighbor. Two officers responded to speak with all parties involved and wrote a report.

5:42 pm A resident of Lakeshore Drive reported fireworks going off. Two officers checked the area with a negative find.

Friday, August 28, 2015

11:59 pm A caller reported that a suspicious individual was walking on personal property on Spring Street. The Holliston K9 unit was requested and three officers checked the area with a negative find.

10:20 pm Officer Peter Booth assisted a motorist on West Main Street with trying to find his license that fell off the roof of his vehicle after getting gas.

9:47 pm A 911 caller from Riverbend Road requested to be connected to the 911 in Ontario, CA because her parents had a disturbance at their place in California. She was advised to call the police station there or have her parents call 911.

9:25 pm A walk-in spoke with Officer John Moran regarding an incident that occurred in Ashland.

8:55 pm An Oakhurst Road resident reported that a solicitor who was at their home an hour ago was now sitting on a curb. The resident was advised that the solicitor was from a non-profit organization but was no suppose to be out after dark. Officer Peter Booth checked the area with a negative find.

8:04 pm A resident of Teresa Road reported that possible white paint was dumped in the roadway by his mailbox and beyond. Officer Arthur Schofield advised that it did not appear to be paint but was probably from a construction vehicle.

7:58 pm A female from Daniel Shays Road reported that a suspicious male approached her door attempting to sell items without any identification. Officer Peter Booth located the solicitor and advised him of the town by-law.

7:31 pm A West Main Street resident reported that a vehicle turned around in his driveway and struck his light pole, causing damage. Sgt. John Porter responded to write a report.

5:52 pm A motorist reported that her vehicle was struck by an unknown vehicle in a West Main Street parking lot. Officer Peter Booth responded to speak with her.

2:51 pm A caller reported suspicious activity where an older male was sitting with a younger female on a blanket near the boat launch at the State Park. The Ashland Police Department was notified.

1:05 pm A caller reported that a suspicious motor vehicle was sitting on the side of Ralph Road. Officer Aaron O'Neil responded but could not locate the vehicle.

12:06 am A resident of Hayden Rowe Street reported suspicious activity. Two officers checked the area and found it secure.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

10:54 pm A caller from Cobblers Way reported that someone moved a unwanted port-a-potty onto their driveway. Officer Linda Higgins responded and stated that it was now moved off.

7:28 pm Officer John Moran spoke with a female solicitor on Wood Street.

6:02 pm A female caller reported that she had items stolen and the person who stole them lives in Hopkinton. She was advised to create a report in her town.

5:52 pm A resident of Highcroft Way reported that someone may have possibly came into his home today while he was away.

5:16 pm A Rocky Woods Road resident reported that a solicitor was insulting and harassing in nature. Officer Peter Booth responded but was unable to locate the solicitor.

4:14 pm Multiple callers reported a motor vehicle accident with personal injury on Main Street. Three officers responded to assist.

3:55 pm A female resident of Cross Street reported that a suspicious vehicle with a male operator was sitting at the end of her driveway for sometime. When she spoke with him he stated that he was studying his new bus route and then left the area.

1:58 pm A caller reported that juveniles were in the woods being loud and destructive on Clinton Street. Officer Philip Powers checked the area but was unable to locate anyone.

1:48 pm A caller from Main Street reported that their computer was hacked and they were receiving harassing phone calls.

12:24 pm Officer Philip Powers spoke with an individual who stated being a victim of a hit and run accident on West Main Street.

8:40 am A 911 caller reported an erratic operator heading towards Southborough on Fruit Street. The Southborough Police Department was notified.

7:05 am A male reported finding a purple kids bicycle on Clinton Street.

Personal Services 




       Asphalt paving is scheduled on the following streets.


Wednesday September 2nd – Teresa Rd – From Nicholas Rd to Alexander Rd. 7am- 1 pm.


                                                         Wood St – From Rocky Woods Rd to the Westboro town Line. 1pm-5pm.


Please expect delays and seek alternate routes when possible. More updated notices will be posted as needed.


Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during these needed projects.



Mike Mansir

Highway Manager


Nolle Prosequi Filed In Case Of Irish Nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy
Prosecution will not go forward on charge of murder following amended M.E. Ruling of "undetermined"

WOBURN - August 31, 2015 - Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced the Commonwealth filed a Nolle Prosequi today in the case of Aisling Brady McCarthy, 37, of Quincy who was indicted by a Middlesex County Grand Jury on a charge of murder in connection with the death of an infant in Cambridge in 2013.

"Based on an assessment of the present state of the evidence, including the amended ruling from the Medical Examiner who performed the autopsy, the Commonwealth cannot meet its burden of proof,” said District Attorney Ryan.

On January 14, 2013, at approximately 4:41 p.m., the Cambridge Police Department responded to Ash Street regarding an unresponsive infant, whereupon a one year old child was found to be breathing but unconscious. The child, who was with her nanny at the time, Aisling Brady Mc Carthy, was transported to Children's Hospital in Boston where she was found to be suffering from subdural and retinal hemorrhaging, and cerebral swelling.

On January 16, 2013, the child, Rehma Sabir, was declared brain dead.

The Medical Examiner conducted an autopsy and ruled that the cause of death was complicatiions of blunt force head injuries, and the manner of death was homicide.

On April 12, 2013 an indictment was handed down by a Middlesex County Grand Jury charging Aisling Brady Mc Carthy with the death of the child and on April 18, Mc Carthy was arraigned in Middlesex Superior Court.

On August 27, 2015, the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office was informed that the Medical Examiner who conducted the autopsy was issuing an amended ruling changing the cause and manner of death. The Medical Examiner has amended the cause of death on the death certificate to “complications of subdural hemorrhage of uncertain etiology” and has amended the manner of death to “undetermined.”

The Medical Examiner’s amended ruling states:
“After review of additional materials including expert witness reports from the defense and prosecution, additional transcripts of police interviews, transcripts of grand jury testimony, additional medical records, DCF reports, and additional laboratory testing related to the death of Rehma Sabir (OCME 2013-878), a decision has been made to change the cause and manner of death.

These additional materials put forth several different and often conflicting opinions about the cause of Rehma's death. While I do not agree with all of the conclusions that are drawn by the various experts they do present a significant amount of additional information that was not available to me prior to reaching my original conclusion about the cause and manner of death in this case. In particular the overall state of Rehma’s health and her past medical issues raise the possibility that she had some type of disorder that was not able to be completely diagnosed prior to her death. Review of Rehma’s coagulation and hematology testing, her history of bruising, the NIH guidelines for diagnosis of von Willebrand disease, and literature on the subject suggest to me that Rehma’s low von Willebrand factor could have made her prone to easy bleeding with relatively minor trauma. Given these uncertainties, I am no longer convinced that the subdural hemorrhage in this case could only have been caused by abusive/inflicted head trauma, and I can no longer rule the manner of death as a homicide. I believe that enough evidence has been presented to raise the possibility that the bleeding could have been related to an accidental injury in a child with a bleeding risk or possibly could have even been a result of an undefined natural disease. As such I am amending the cause and manner of death to reflect this uncertainty.”

Health and Fitness
Open House at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts:
BayPath Humane Gears Up

Family  Stuff


Doris E. Connor, 97


Doris E. Connor, 97, of Hopkinton, passed away Saturday, August 29, 2015. She was the daughter of the late Cora (Kimball) and Herman Larter. She was the wife of the late William Connor.

Doris had worked for Farrar Fire Truck Builders in Woodville until her retirement at the age of 65 and then went on to work as a bookkeeper at Smith Mill until the age of 91. She was a member of the 4th Marine Division Alumni. She loved her dog, Iwo.

She is survived by two children, Barry Smith and Beverly Gedutis and her husband Paul all of Hopkinton; 4 grandchildren, Shon, Shannon, Jen, Keri, as well as 7 great-grandchildren. She also leaves behind her sister in law, Jessie Larter of Woodville as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. She is predeceased by her brother, Howard Larter and her grandson Adam.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday, September 1st from 5-8p.m. at the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton, 57 Hayden Rowe St. A funeral will be held at 11:00a.m. on Wednesday at Woodville Baptist Church. Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery in Hopkinton. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Country View, attn: Jennifer Belesi, 50 West Main St. Hopkinton, MA 01748 or the Alzheimer's Assoc. 480 Pleasant St. Watertown, MA 02472 or alz.org


Morning Has Broken

August 30, 2015 - Pete Smith got up early on behalf of the rest of us yesterday morning and captured this sunrise across Hopkinton Reservoir.
Where's Waldo

August 30, 2015 - We don't know where Waldo is, but we can see the Snappy Dogs trailer as well as Teresa's familiar black Honda pickup behind it. Snappy Dogs/Kenny Chesney fan Renee Bond took this photo of the Snappy Dog trailer in Kenny Chesney's backstage compound from one of the Gillette Stadium ramps. Chesney was shooting hoops next to Snappy Dogs just before this photo was taken, we are told. For those late to the story, Snappy Dogs was chosen to feed the hot dog cravings of the Chesney entourage during their Gillette Stadium performances.

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Art is Art

August 30, 2015 - Multi-talented Alf the Clown, also known as world renown sculptor from Hopkinton, Michael Alfano, entertained some of the children with his special magic during the Hopkinton Center for the Arts Open House on Saturday. He and others spoke on video, which will be processed and presented on Sunday.

Health and Fitness
Dog Lovers

August 30, 2015 - Elizabeth Jefferis, Executive Director of BayPath Humane Society stands with the microphone sharing her passion for her work.


Open Sunday

August 30, 2015 - The 300th gift shop, located at the restored Hopkinton Train Depot, will be open on Sunday, too. Please check out the 300th event schedule here and linked from the icon at the top of the page until it is done.

Family  Stuff


300th Anniversary Time Capsule Project for Students - Write your letter to be included!

Hopkinton is celebrating its 300th Birthday this year! As part of the celebration, we would like to create a Time Capsule which will be opened in 50 years. We hope you will participate in this exciting project by writing a letter to your future self. Please put your letter in an envelope addressed to yourself and come to the Scavenger Hunt tent at the Light Up the Night Celebration Picnic on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 4 pm – dusk behind the Hopkinton Middle School to mail it.

You may write anything you wish to your future self. Please remember to sign and date your letter! You may include a photo if you wish.

If you need ideas, please use our Anniversary theme, “Celebrating our Past, Embracing our Present, and Inspiring our Future” as inspiration.

To help you with your letter, the Hopkinton 300th Anniversary Celebration Committee has created detailed instructions by student grade levels.

For instructions for students in Grades K-1, visit http://goo.gl/YSJTmg
For instructions for students in Grades 2-5, visit http://goo.gl/7enoSZ
For students in grades 6-12, visit http://goo.gl/EOkHTr

Good luck! We hope to hear from you! Any questions about the project should be emailed to 300@hopkintonma.gov .

 William (Bill) Stanley Bridges, 65

    William (Bill) Stanley Bridges, 65, of Shrewsbury, passed away August 26, 2015 at the VA in West Roxbury. Born in Framingham, son of the late Mary L. Defrancisco and William D. Bridges. He was the husband of Darlene Bridges of Shrewsbury, who had been together for 16 years.

Bill was a Lance Corporal in the Marines during Vietnam. He worked as a carpenter and was very particular and took pride in his work. He enjoyed shooting pool and blues music. He enjoyed the outdoors, especially growing vegetables and flowers. He had a heart of gold and was the smartest loving husband, father, son, grandfather and brother. His wife was honored to be with him.

He is survived by his children, William and Zachary Bridges, both of Florence, Montana, a daughter, Janel Jones of Stevensville, Montana; 9 grandchildren, Madison, Domanic, Macartney, Arlington, Tennessee, Andrew, Sadie, Patrick and Connor; his siblings, Susan, LuAnn, Robin, John, Linda, Brian, Scott, Eric, Marcie and Kevin, as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

A private family service will be held at Mount Auburn Cemetery, Hopkinton. Friends and family are invited to join at the Moose Lodge in Marlborough on Wednesday, September 2nd at 12:00. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Fisher House Foundation, 111 Rockville Pike, Ste 420, Rockville, MD 20850-5168 Arrangements are under the care of the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton.


Doris E. Connor, 97

Doris E. Connor, 97, of Hopkinton, passed away Saturday, August 29, 2015. She was the wife of the late William Connor. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and are under the care of the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton.

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Check Out The Hilltopper, Hopkinton's Senior Citizen Newsletter
Below are two excerpts from September, 2015


August 28, 2015 - Sam MacDonald, yellow shirt, organized last weekend's tribute to former Lacrossse teammate,  the late Tom Weaver. Above, he pays solemn tribute to his friend, who coined the phrase, "Be positive," which is expressed on memorial clothing as B+ which was his blood type.

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Dance for our Aging Population
Join the DAPpers Movement
A Golden Pond Assisted Living & Hopkinton Center for the Arts Collaboration with Brown University
Monday, September 21 at 10:00 am

Class is open  to  our  aging  population  and  designed  for  people  with  movement  challenges. Instruction by Rachel Balaban, Regional Coordinator for Dance for PD & assisted by Brown University students

● Increase  coordination  and  flexibility  while  releasing  body  tension
● Improve  balance  and  gait,  strengthen  your  core,  feel  power  and  grace  in  your  movements
● Enhance  awareness  of  your  body  and  aliveness  through  movement
● Breathe  more  deeply  and  vocalize  more  fully
● Experience  different  types  of  music  that  can  affect  you  in  different  ways
● Feel  supported  as  you  explore  in  a  safe  and  comfortable  environment
● Socialize  within  a  friendly  and  supportive  community

No experience No Charge required. Caregivers welcome. Please Contact:
Rachel Balaban: Balaban.rachel@gmail.com   401.261.7062
Lisa Mancuso Lmancuso@goldenpondal.com  508.435.1250 ext. 21
Kelly Grill kelly@hopartscenter.org  508.435.9222


Definitely not Blue

August 28, 2015 - Unless every other photo on the web is wrong, we got a shot of a white heron early this afternoon at the Hopkinton Reservoir spillway. Like so many of his blue brethren, this bird flew off when he saw the camera, as evidenced below. NOTE: Christine Navez writes to say this bird is a Great Egret as identified here.

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Incident Logs Updated this day, August 27, 2015

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

Most recent incidents first



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

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

8 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

1 Disabled Motor Vehicle.


Wednesday, August 26, 2015

11:33 pm Three units responding to West Elm Street for an occupied vehicle took the individual into protective custody.

10:25 pm A ding-dong-ditch doorbell prank took place on John Matthew Road.

6:45 pm Officer Philip Powers removed unregistered solicitors from Breakneck Hill Road.

6:38 pm Officer Powers had the operators move their two vehicles parked on the sidewalk on Grove Street.

6:17 pm Officer Peter Booth admonished an individual who was blowing leaves onto West Main Street.

3:45 pm An individual walked into the station and complained of being overcharged for gasoline.

1:38 pm Officers Thomas Griffin and Panagiotis Hontzeas spoke with an individual about having lost money from a scam.

6:10 am A Huckleberry Road resident thought it suspicious that a man in a white hat and suit was out sitting on a folding chair. Sgt. Timothy Brennan spoke with the  man who was waiting for a friend.


Connected incidents:

2:18 am Sgt. Brennan and Officer Jacob Campbell spoke with a man who was pulled over at the Wood Street garage and seemed to have a medical condition, but they believed he was okay to be on his way. 3:15 am  Sgt. Brennan came upon the vehicle again, and found it had been in an accident with the air bags deployed. Holliston K-9 was called and deployed.5:20 am  The individual was spotted by a resident on Patriot's Boulevard and was given medical evaluation.

FD Open House

The Hopkinton Fire Department will open their station to the public on October 4th for their Annual Open House. The event at Fire Headquarters will be from 11am to 2pm. Residents and children will have the opportunity to view demonstrations, learn about fire safety, and tour the station. Refreshments will be provided and Sparky the dog is expected to make an appearance.

The Open House provides an opportunity for firefighters to focus on the educational theme of Fire Prevention week. This year’s theme is “Hear the beep where you sleep: Every bedroom needs a working smoke alarm”.  Because fires can happen when people are sleeping, having working smoke alarms in bedrooms, outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home is a critical element of home fire safety.
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Both Sides Now

August 27, 2015 - The clouds today were unusually rich with substance and imagery, conjuring all sorts of possibilities from their shapes and shadows..

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Fall Colors

August 26, 2015 - The waning summer colors show off their brilliance today at Hopkinton State Park.
Ripple Effect

August 26, 2015 - Vehicles were  backed up on Cedar Street from the lights at Main all the way to Hopkinton State Park headquarters this afternoon. Some of the vehicles will want to turn right onto Main Street, but the storage lane for a right turn is difficult to reach because of the bottleneck at the Post Office, where a huge sidewalk to nowhere blocks the path where a lane needs to go. In fact, in the overhead view below, the sidewalk is clearly the width of a driving lane. And before the sidewalk was built as a part of the Post Office renovation, the space was a soft shoulder that was used as a travel lane to get to the storage lane at the lights, which made the backup less severe.

       The worst part of this situation is that none of the plans currently showing the remaking of the Downtown have taken this need into consideration. None! 


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Full Steam Ahead

August 27, 2015 - Actually, this is neither a ship nor a locomotive, but a chimney at the LNG plant on Wilson Street that burns impurities from the process.


Fried Chicken,
Lemonade and Thou

Hopkinton, MA – Nearly one hundred senior citizens of Hopkinton, Holliston, Southborough and Westborough joined Representative Carolyn Dykema for her annual Senior Picnic at the YMCA in Hopkinton on Tuesday, August 25th. It was a beautiful day for a picnic filled with good food, warm conversation and live entertainment.

Left, Senior citizen Therese Birri, seated, and Representative Carolyn Dykema chat during dinner.

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Incident Logs Updated this afternoon, August 26, 2015

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

Most recent incidents first



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

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

12 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

1 Disabled Motor Vehicle.

Incident Log

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

10:35 pm A caller complained about loud noise at the high school. Officer Aaron O'Neil responded and advised that he shut down the music for the night.

8:10 pm Officer Peter Booth spoke with a resident of Wood Street in regards to missing postal deliveries.

7:04 pm A caller reported that he lost his wallet in a West Main Street parking lot a few days ago.

6:57 pm A Granite Street resident complained about motor vehicles parking on her side lawn. Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find on any vehicles.

6:46 pm A caller from Oakhurst Road reported having a confrontation on his parents property with a possible solicitor. Officer Aaron O'Neil responded but could not locate any solicitor.

1:55 pm A 911 caller from Pleasant Street reported a scam phone call. Officer Thomas Griffin responded and spoke with the resident.

Monday, August 24, 2015

8:51 pm Officer William Burchard assisted a motorist who was locked in the State Park after hours.

3:52 pm A walk-in reported losing a set of keys at the train depot on West Main Street.

2:21 pm A caller reported that a transformer blew which caused a tree to fall down in the roadway on Fruit Street. Three officers responded to assist and notified the electrical company.

2:00 pm A caller reported that a vehicle failed to stop at the crosswalk, which had lights flashing, on Main Street.

12:02 pm A resident reported that a landscape company was taking water from a fire hydrant on Greenwood Road.


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 Snappy Dogs Closed Friday and Saturday


We will be catering a private party for Kenny Chesney and his band, his crew, and some friends on Friday and Saturday night at Gillette Stadium during Country Fest!  

We will be closed on Friday and Saturday so that we can get there in plenty of time and not get stuck in the Cape traffic - and the Country Fest traffic!!  

Our Friday special will be served on Thursday and it is called the Free Brady!  

The All New and Improved Town Talk

Please register and post your opinions, etc.

by Robert Falcione

August 25, 2015 - The HopNews "Town Talk," our fabled discussion page, has gone through several iterations over the years. In the olden days, for the geeks reading, it was housed on a Windows, as opposed to a Linux, server, which had  a propriety way of allowing communication between the user and the website. The replies to posts were indented under the one before, constructing a chronological cascade of titles. Another feature was the automatic posting of the IP address of the individual posting, as well as a screen name of their choosing, which was usually a pen name.


 If the poster had something nasty to say, it was often an inspiration to myself and others to look up the IP and see where they were posting from, which sometimes inferred their identity. Most people posting from home only had a dynamic IP that linked to a major hosting company, like Comcast or Verizon. But some had vanity IP addresses, which revealed the company, facility, school, or government building they were posting from. An individual no longer with the town used the initials of his title for his screen name, and then railed against the school department, and at the same time revealed requests that he made of the school department office for specific documents. Was that super-smart, or was that the opposite of smart?


 There were the Obama-haters, who cited specific examples of the ACA that called for death squads, examples that were apparently fabricated. And we know that George Bush caused all of our financial problems, as some others would tell it.


One or more posters, one or more who are sadly no longer with us, ascribed nefarious motives to my every move, and even went so far as to document interactions I supposedly had with posters in real life, even told people how I felt, and what I was thinking. It often took a vigilant eye to keep up with being able to delete the posts fast enough all day, each day. You see, although the Windows Server claimed to have built-in security features that could ban misbehaving users, we could never get them to work. Some of the posts were downright creepy, stalking type of creepy.


 One poster with whom I never agreed wanted to bury the hatchet over coffee at a specific location, but refused to identify himself first. Was he going to wear a red boutonniere, a suede jacket to the creepy meeting? I never agreed to go. My Mom would have been proud of me.


 Another one told me on more than one occasion that he saw me at the Sunday concert, and detailed my behavior. He told me that again, but refused to identify himself. Creepy.


 An anonymous poster detailed a car chase I had with his friend, another anonymous, but very prolific poster, with whom I was allegedly trying to catch up in my vehicle. He was supposedly very scared, because there was "no telling" what I would do. "He's a good man," he said of my allegedly intended victim, who terrorized me verbally every day on the discussion page. How did I know he was the anonymous poster all of a sudden? There is a simple explanation. As most people know, I am inclined to read the minds of people in passing cars who disagree with me, do a spinning, screeching U-turn, chase them down, drag them out of their vehicles, beat them to a bloody pulp in front of their cowering and frightened loved ones, and then scream maniacally to the heavens, "That was easy," followed by a heaving, hearty laugh. Right.


The Windows server has been gone for a while now. PHP has been the choice of the market for interactive website features for a few years, and so we use it again on this new page, which will look familiar to many people who used the most recent one. When we moved the websites to a new server a few months ago, we lost the database with the hundreds of registered users, as well as the hundreds of posts that had been read thousands of times each. And people have been asking us to put it up again, which Eric did yesterday. But we are still working out the kinks; kindly bear with us.


So, please sign up to be able to post. The bar for veracity is not the strict rule we use on the front of HopNews, but we (the editorial "we") prefer that defamatory things are not said about people; as well as an individual's low esteem of someone else should be kept to themselves, which was not always the case before.


Let' have fun with the New and Improved Town Talk.  BTW, the new page does not know your IP, and does not detail any private information.


NOTE: People who violate normal decorum can be banned with this system.


John Devereux "Dev" deGozzaldi, 89


 John Devereux "Dev" deGozzaldi, 89, died Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at home after an extended illness.

He is survived by his children, Lucy deGozzaldi of Northfield, Mary deGozzaldi of Westmoreland, NH, John deGozzaldi, Jr. of Fall River, Samuel deGozzaldi of Little Deer Isle, ME, and by one grandchild, Lydia deGozzaldi of Westmoreland, NH. He was predeceased by his wife of nearly fifty years, Susan Merriam deGozzaldi.

The son of Alfred James and Mary Schuyler deGozzaldi of Framingham, Dev attended Framingham public schools and Governor Dummer Academy, served in the Navy during World War II, and graduated from Harvard University in 1949.

He was a capable businessman with a 30-year career as an advertising sales manager for Newsweek Magazine. After his retirement in the mid-1980s, he applied his business acumen to restoring, buying and selling antique cars, old car literature and other collectibles at flea markets and other venues, well into his senior years. He also secured part-time employment as a member of the Board of Directors of Charter Bank (later Chart Bank of Waltham and Newton).

An accomplished sailor, Dev belonged to the Buck's Harbor Yacht Club in Brooksville, ME, serving a term as Commodore during his membership. He was an active member of the Speckled Band of Boston (a club devoted to the study of Sherlock Holmes), the Boston Harvard Club, Fox Club of Cambridge, and the LLL Club of Framingham. He served his hometown of Hopkinton on the Zoning Board of Appeals for many years. Dev was an easy-going and personable individual of sharp wit and keen intelligence, well-respected and liked by those who knew him.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 26, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 27 Main Street, Southborough. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Hopkinton Area Land Trust, PO Box 56, Woodville, MA 01784 or to the Island Heritage Trust, 420 Sunset Road, Deer Isle, ME 04627.

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Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton and Surrounding Towns

Compiled for HopNews.com © 2015 All Rights Reserved
New Transactions from August 22, 2015 - August 24, 2015
Click on blue links to see Town's property card w/photo
No New Transactions        
47 Constitution Street Jonathan Moore, Megan Moore $567,000 Aug. 24, 2015 Brian P. Borman, Nancy M. Borman
10 Haven Way unit 35 Scott K. Lubell, Diane E. Hirsch $441,500 Aug. 24, 2015 Donna M. Lanni, David Lanni
No New Transactions        
25 East Street Gregory C. Parsons, Emma M. Parsons $530,000 Aug. 24, 2015 Edward S. Henderson Jr., Veda M. Henderson

Bill's Pizza will be closed from August 15, 2015 through August 24, 2015 to Celebrate the Marriage of Vaia and Zacharias.

The Shadow Knows


I took off on Sunday, yesterday, from Thayer Heights and Blueberry Lane, and now I am lost. I have a blue collar with a bell that might or might not be ringing. I don't even notice it anymore.

A little about me: My name is Shadow. I like to chase mice and red laser lights. I enjoy investigating the contents of garages and the interiors of vehicles.

I am actually quite friendly, and would enjoy a meal if you find me, that is, before you turn me in as a runaway.


If you find me, or see me in the area, and even if I run in front of your path, please call my captor , Maria, at  817-690-7466. 

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Incident Logs Updated this afternoon, August 24, 2015

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

Most recent incidents first



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

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

38 Motor Vehicle/Person/Home/Building Checks.

3 Motor Vehicle Accidents without personal injury.

2 Disabled Motor Vehicles.

4 Times the Police assisted with an Animal Call.

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

Arrest Log

Sunday, August 23, 2015

12:28 am Sgt. John Porter arrested Stephen Salvatore Torricelli, 26, of Brookdale Street, Cumberland, RI, on Wood Street and charged him with OUI Liquor, Speeding and Motor Vehicle Lights Violation.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

8:41 pm Officer Arthur Schofield arrested Thomas H. Doherty, 55, of Jackson Street, Hopkinton, on Cedar Street and charged him with OUI Liquor, 2nd Offense and Marked Lanes Violation.

Incident Log

Sunday, August 23, 2015

6:35 pm Officer William Burchard spoke with a walk-in regarding a civil matter.

5:18 pm Two officers responded to Route 495 to assist the State Police with a roll over motor vehicle accident.

12:26 pm A resident of Laurel Canyon Drive reported that dirt bikes were riding at very high speeds on their property. Officer Stephen Buckley spoke with the operators and advised that they had permission to ride there.

10:59 am A Cedar Street resident reported that his house was broken into. Officer Thomas Griffin responded to write a report.

9:33 am A caller from Jackson Street reported that his right front tire was slashed overnight. Two officers responded and advised that it did not appear to be vandalism but from hitting a curb.

9:31 am Officer Thomas Griffin issued a motor vehicle a parking violation on Lakeshore Drive.

4:53 am A resident of Lakeshore Drive reported that a red truck was speeding by her house, making a lot of noise. Officer Arthur Schofield spoke with the operator and advised him of the complaint.

3:13 am Sgt. John Porter advised that he noticed a suspicious male walking down West Main Street wearing all black and carrying a bag. Officer Arthur Schofield spoke with him and advised that he was just walking back to his residence.

12:28 am Sgt. John Porter stopped a motor vehicle on Wood Street and subsequently arrested a 26 year-old male from Cumberland, RI and charged him with OUI Liquor, Speeding and Motor Vehicle Lights Violation.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

8:41 pm A caller reported that a motor vehicle was driving erratically on Cedar Street. Officer Arthur Schofield caught up to the vehicle and subsequently arrested a 55 year-old male from Hopkinton and charged him with OUI Liquor, 2nd Offense and Marked Lanes Violation.

4:44 pm Officer Arthur Schofield reported seeing trash dumped illegally near the boat access road on Rafferty Road.

2:57 pm A walk-in stated that the traffic light on Main Street was not functioning properly. Officer Matthew McNeil responded and determined that it was working fine.

1:22 am Officer Linda Higgins spoke with a couple of individuals at Sandy Beach.

Friday, August 21, 2015

8:40 pm A walk-in dropped off a license plate that she found on Wood Street. The owner was contacted to pick it up.

8:15 pm A Wood Street resident reported hearing fireworks. Officer Matthew McNeil checked the area with a negative find.

5:25 pm A female resident of Woodview Way reported that she just came home and it appeared that someone may have been inside her apartment. Officer Arthur Schofield responded to write a report.

4:38 pm A walk-in from Eastview Road reported losing his wallet.

2:04 pm A 911 caller from Main Street reported that a customer was giving the manager of a business a hard time and threatened to get him fired. Officer Matthew McNeil spoke with the manager and wrote a report.

2:57 am Officer Arthur Schofield advised that he came upon a vandalized mailbox on Overlook Road.


Photo Finish

August 24, 2015 - The Alumni score a goal in the Annual Tom Weaver Memorial Lacrosse Game on Saturday at the Fruit Street Fields in this freeze-frame shared by Michael Gram. The Alumni won against the High School Varsity Team.

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