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CrossFit Resilience Celebrates Grand Opening - Brings New Business to Hopkinton

CrossFit Resilience, a new gym located at 25 South Street in Hopkinton, celebrated its grand opending with an official ribbon cuttting ceremony on Saturday, November 17. Watch the HCAM News video as owner Drew Carnase talks about the plans for his business and the positive contribution he hopes to make to Hopkinton from a health and fitness perspective.

Price Chopper Offers To-Go Holiday Dinners

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Price Chopper is offering a complete roasted turkey dinner with all of the fixings, available to go, this holiday season. Customers will have a choice between a 10-12 pound Plainville Farms full turkey or a 4-6 pound Plainville Farms turkey breast dinner with gravy, home-style herb dressing, cranberry sauce, real mashed potatoes, a dozen King’s Hawaiian or fresh in-store baked dinner rolls and an eight-inch apple or pumpkin pie. Both of these dinners are available for $64.99. Additional home-style side dishes are also available at an extra cost.

Price Chopper Helps Food Pantries through "Check Out Hunger" Program

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Now through December 15, Price Chopper’s annual “Check Out Hunger” campaign will offer shoppers two new ways to help support those in need through local food banks and their affiliated kitchens and pantries this winter.

New Research Finds Northeast Region Facing Challenge Creating Next Generation of Skilled Workers

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The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development (EOLWD) and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston today announced that 45 percent of the Northeast region’s civilian labor force was 45 years of age or older, while only 30 percent were under the age of 35. The region’s labor force is older than the state’s labor force. As a consequence, the region faces the challenge of equipping younger workers with the skills needed to replace retiring baby boomers.

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Kennedy Visits Hopkinton Businesses

Candidate for Congress, Joe Kennedy, was in Hopkinton on Wednesday October 31 to visit with several Hopkinton businesses. Accompanied by Senator Karen Spilka and Selectman John Mosher, Kennedy began his visit with a stop at 77 Main Street in the offices of Gorman Richardson Lewis Architects for a tour and an update on several of the firm's current projects.

From there, Kennedy made his way through the downtown area with a final stop at the Zen Bungalow to meet several community members and business owners.

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College Planning: Focus on Admissions

HCAM News is pleased to announce our newest monthly news segment designed to provide our viewers with college planning advice. Each month, Ron Foisy of College Planning Strategies, will discuss a different topic related to the the college application process.

Below is Foisy's first session; Focus on Admissions:

The back to school season is an exciting time, and it can also be a very stressful time because of college applications.

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Renovation and Construction Begins at Golden Pond

Seven new assisted living rooms, six studios and one 1-bedroom, are under construction at Golden Pond as part of their two-phased $20 million renovation and addition project. Work began at the beginning of October and Executive Director William Marr says they expect to have a Certificate of Occupancy by November 1.

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Hiersche Meets With Business Leaders

On Thursday September 27, business leaders met with recently appointed Superintendent of the Hopkinton Public Schools, Dr. Steven Hiersche, to explore the connection between a strong and vibrant school district and the economic health of Hopkinton.

Lamb Tours Holliston Small Business

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On October 4, 2012 , Marty Lamb, candidate for State Representative in the Eighth Middlesex District and small business owner, toured Diamond Diagnostics of Holliston with owner and Hopkinton resident, Steve Kovacs.

Lamb Tours Hopkinton Small Business - Committed to Restoring Economy

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Today Marty Lamb, candidate for State Representative in the Eighth Middlesex District and small business owner, toured Tri-Star Design in Hopkinton and discussed issues with owner Randy McDonald.


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