Editorial: Endorsing Amy Ritterbusch for Select Board

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I am writing a letter in support of Amy Ritterbusch for Select Board. I have known Amy for four years and have worked with her for a little over three years on the Hopkinton Historic District Commission.

Amy is the first person I contact when I have absolutely any questions about town happenings and she always has the answers. Her dedication to this town and knowledge of current issues are exemplary.

Editorial: Endorsing Amy Ritterbusch for Select Board

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To the Editor:

I am writing to encourage fellow Hopkinton voters to join me in supporting
Amy Ritterbusch as candidate for the Hopkinton Select Board.

HCAM Presents "Hopkinton Hangouts Hour" weekdays 2 to 3pm!

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HCAM presents the "Hopkinton Hangout Hour" the daily show will air on our YouTube page and on HCAM TV (Comcast Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) daily starting this Wednesday (3/25) from 2 to 3pm. This daily hour-long show will typically have two thirty minute segments and the conversations will feature many various topics.

Rep. Carolyn Dykema and Hopkinton Dem. Chair, Darlene Hayes endorse Jesse Mermell for Congress

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Two Hopkinton-area Democratic leaders have endorsed Jesse Mermell for Congress. Mermell announced at today’s Hopkinton Democratic Caucus that she has received the endorsements of Representative Carolyn Dykema (D-Holliston) and Hopkinton Democratic Town Committee Chair Darlene Hayes. Representative Dykema and Hayes say they are supporting Mermell because she is the best candidate to lead on the issues affecting Hopkinton residents, such as championing public education, fighting climate change, and creating a fair economy.

2016 Massachusetts Trump Campaign Co-Chair and 2018 U.S. Senate Candidate, Geoff Diehl Endorses Leda Arakelian for Republican State Committee

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Whitman, MA – Geoff Diehl, former State Representative from the 7th Plymouth District and the 2018 Republican nominee for U.S. Senate against Elizabeth Warren, announced his slate of candidates for the Massachusetts Republican State Committee.

Leda Arakelian Announces for Republican State Committee

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Today Leda Arakelian of Hopkinton announced that she is running for Republican State Committee in the Second Middlesex & Norfolk Senatorial District. The election is Tuesday, March 3rd.

“I am proud to be running on the same ballot as President Donald Trump. I am committed to growing the GOP and recruiting strong candidates,” said Arakelian. “The State House is tilting more and more to the extreme left. We cannot become a sanctuary state for illegals, so I will be working hard to defeat Democrat incumbents with fresh face Republicans.”

NRDC Action Fund Endorses Markey in the Massachusetts Senate Race

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NRDC Action Fund's announcement represents Markey's third national, progressive organization endorsement this week

WASHINGTON, DC – The NRDC Action Fund, a national environmental advocacy organization, today announced its endorsement of Senator Ed Markey (D-Mass.) in his campaign for re-election to the U.S. Senate.

Chamber of Commerce: Moving the Downtown Corridor Project Forward

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The Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors would like to urge your attendance at that this evening's (Dec. 9) Special Town Meeting to be held at Hopkinton Middle School beginning at 7 pm.

After years of study and extensive public input it is time to move the much-needed Downtown Corridor Project forward and your attendance and support Monday evening will allow that to happen. Please see the link below (Citizens Advocacy Group) prepared by Citizens Advocacy Group FOR the Main Street Corridor Project, Hopkinton, MA, which stresses the importance of your participation.

Editorial: No to Downtown Corridor Project by Rob Phipps

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Early proponents of the Downtown Corridor Project described Hopkinton`s Main Street as unattractive, dysfunctional, unsafe for pedestrians, and suffering from dangerous traffic congestion. Ten years of promotion by town officials and Chamber of Commerce plus innumerable D.O.T. design engineering alterations attempting to alleviate traffic and improve safety, have been continually thwarted by the downtown area`s unalterably diversified topography.


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