HHS Press


Dangerous suspect apprehended after hour long manhunt

Michael Karlis, editor-in-chief

March 26, 2017

At around 5:15 pm a car that was involved in a drive-by shooting in Framingham was identified by Ashland Police. After trying to pull the car over a high-speed chase ensued in which the suspect hit a guardrail and flippe...

B+ Day at HHS

Michael Karlis, editor-in-chief

March 21, 2017

Today marked the seventh anniversary of the passing of Tommy Weaver. Weaver, a former student of HHS, passed on March 21, 2010, from cancer. Students paid their respects to Weaver by placing flowers on two benches donated by...

HHS Robotics Wrap Up

Benjamin Faletra

January 23, 2017

I spoke to Mr. Scott about the most recent robotics tournament at HHS.

Election results stir students to action

December 6, 2016

After a divisive and intense election cycle, Donald J. Trump, the politically incorrect, hot-headed, real estate mogul, will be the 45th President of the United States. His unconventional and controversial rhetoric has motivated conc...

“Hail the Hill” T-Shirts

Aidan Brookes and Michael Karlis

December 5, 2016

By Aidan Brooks and Michael Karlis The Student Council T-shirt design that read “Hail the Hill” was retracted in favor of a new style over the course of the past week. Members of Student Council (Stuco) have said the d...

Gary Johnson

Aidan Brookes, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016

On the Issues Marijuana - supports full legalization Climate Change - "I accept the fact that there is global warming and I accept the fact that it's man caused. That said, I am opposed to cap and trade. I'm a free market guy when it comes to the clean environment the number-one...

Working Hard Outside the Doors of Hopkinton High

Juliette Davis

February 8, 2016

By Joe Lanen On Thursdays every other week, senior Katie Curry, an employee at Yogurt Beach, receives her paycheck, money that she’s been “so pumped” to receive all week. “I pay for my own clothes as ...

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