Have You Ever Thought About Making Television? Attend HCAM's Free TV Production Workshops!

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What would you do if someone gave you a television station?

Hopkinton’s Television Stations announce a new, November series of our free TV Production Workshops. Would you like to be part of a TV Crew? Here at HCAM, you can run studio cameras, volunteer in our Control Room, and even produce and direct your own TV shows.

We produce a wide range of programming from arts and talk shows, Hiller sports and governmental meetings, to covering local events and forums.

5th Annual Shopping for a Cause Sunday December 2nd 3-6pm at HCA

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The 5th annual Shopping for a Cause is on Sunday December 2nd from 3-6 at the HCA, benefiting the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA). In celebration of the 5th year of this event tickets/donations are only $5 per person.
Tickets/donations can be found on Eventbrite at

Video: Hopkinton Veterans Day Ceremony 2018

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The American Legion Post 202 Hopkinton Veterans Day ceremony took place at the Hopkinton Senior Center on Sunday, November 11th 2018. Speakers included: Tess Papagni, Michael Whalen, Hannah Ianelli and Bruce Smith. View this years ceremony below.

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Tickets on Sale for Christmas (and a little bit more) Concert with Grammy-Nominated Songwriter David Jeremiah Mullins

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) presents
David Jeremiah Mullins, a Hopkinton native and Grammy-nominated songwriter, in concert on
Sunday, November 24. His concert ‘Simply Christmas (and a little bit more)’, which sold out last
year, will include Christmas standards and original and popular tunes. The concert starts at 7:30
p.m. at the HCA, 98 Hayden Rowe St. Hopkinton. Tickets are $22 for adult and $18 for seniors
and students. Buy tickets at

Mindfulness for Well-being with Maryellen Grady & Samantha Harris

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Join Maryellen and Samantha at the Hopkinton High School Auditorium November 28th 7:30p.m. - 8:30p.m.

Understand what mindfulness is and isn’t. Gain insight into how having a daily mindful practice can support you and loved ones. Learn simple ways to incorporate mindfulness into your daily routine. Feel the benefits of a guided mindful practice. Learn about a 6-week mindfulness class for HPS parents.

Community Notice: Fruit Street water shutdown will not take place tomorrow

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Please be advised that due to unforeseen circumstances, the Fruit Street water shutdown will not take place tomorrow. We will post a rescheduled date as soon as the contractor lets us know. Thank you.

A Proposed FCC Rule Change Could Devastate Local Access Funding

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A rule change proposal by the FCC could devastate HCAM and other Local Access funding across the country. We ask for your help in supporting HCAM and community media. Below, the MassAccess organization shares how you can help. We thank you for your support and look forward to continuing to do our best to service the Hopkinton community.

Video: Wake Up and Smell the Poetry Returns November 17th

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All our welcome at "Wake Up and Smell the Poetry". The next event will take place at the HCAM studios (Lower Level, 77 Main st.) at 10am on Saturday November 17th. Host of the program, Cheryl Perreault talked about what to expect during the next "Wake Up and Smell the Poetry" program. View more details at!

Video: Hopkinton HS 2018 International Night

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This past week, Hopkinton High School hosted their annual International Night. The event brought together students of many different background to talk about their cultures. Food, Music and Language were among the topics on display. View scenes and the full program below.

Full Program

Roads Remained Closed Due to Crash

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On 11/8/2018 at approximately 4:30 p.m the Hopkinton Communications Center received multiple 911 calls of a truck overturned on Spring Street. Police and Fire resources were dispatched and found a propane fuel truck on its side in the area of 176 Spring Street.

Police, fire and corporate resources remain on scene. A few homes are still under evacuation as a precaution. Spring Street is closed from Upton to Snowy Owl. Pond Street is closed from Stewart to Lyford. It is expected that the roads will remain closed through midnight tonight.


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