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Christmas At Fenway A Success

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December 23, 2009

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Some Red Sox fans get the chance to be part of a Christmas celebration at Fenway Park. Photos taken by Sara Ottomano. By Sara Ottomano On December 12, 2009, the seventh annual Christmas at Fenway event took place at Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox.  Around 700 people were selected to attend the event, in which they celebrated the holiday season with free merchandise, raffles, interviews with players and managers, and the opp...

Help Save a Life: Give Blood

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December 17, 2009

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More than 38,000 blood donations are needed each day, and Massachusetts must ship blood in from out of state to meet this high demand. Photo taken by Brittany O'Loughlin. By Brittany O'Loughlin Never has the need for blood b...

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December 14, 2009

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Environmentalists Fight Construction on Fruit Street

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December 14, 2009

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By: Brittany O'Loughlin The town of Hopkinton, MA is in the midst of planning to build a Wastewater Treatment Facility on Fruit Street. There have been many complaints and concerns from residents and environmental groups about...

Car Break-Ins on Friday the Thirteenth Lead to More Locked Cars

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December 1, 2009

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Friday the thirteenth, a day of mischief and bad luck, could leave you without some important items. Photo taken by Sara Ottomano. By Sara Ottomano Friday the thirteenth, a very superstitious day known for mischief and trouble, b...

Volunteers Needed This Winter at the Hopkinton Housing Authority

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November 25, 2009

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Photo taken by Brittany O'Loughlin. By Brittany O'Loughlin As winter approaches, elderly citizens at the Hopkinton Housing Authority's subsidized housing will need help shoveling their cars out of the snow. The Board of Com...

New Car-Stopping Technology's Plan To Make Roads Safer

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November 17, 2009

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By Dylan Bushe Imagine, driving down the road, early in the morning, little traffic so far, and so you are not concerned with the road that much. You look down and check your messages on your phone and then BAM! Read More »...

Food Drive Brings More than Food Together In One Place

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November 17, 2009

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Only a sample of the food collected on November 14th, photo by Sara Ottomano. By Sara Ottomano “Ninety-eight!” yelled a volunteer at the 'Scouting for Food Drive' at Project Just Because on 86 South Street, Hopkinton....

As the Seasons Change, How Are Students Affected?

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November 10, 2009

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The few leaves left on these tall oaks show the damage wind storms left last week. Photo taken by Olivia Eori. By Olivia Eori As more leaves fall off the trees everyone is reminded that winter is coming, but how does this chan...

Story of The "Balloon Boy" Just a Hoax For Media Attention

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November 4, 2009

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By Brittany O'Loughlin On October 15 in Fort Collins, Colorado, a young boy, Falcon Heene, was believed to be in a homemade helium balloon, floating at up to 7,000 feet. When the object landed and the boy was not inside, it was...

Jack-O-Lantern, No Longer a Tradition?

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November 4, 2009

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A spooky display of Jack-O-Lanterns, photos taken by Sara Ottomano. By Sara Ottomano. The fondest memories of Halloween belong to the candy, costumes, and gushy seed mush that comes out of a carved pumpkin.  Read More »...

Tattooed Cereal; How Kellogg's Brand Cereals Are About To Get A Makeover

Grace Centola

November 3, 2009

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The morning breakfast for the twenty-first century. Photo taken by Grace Centola. By Grace Centola Due to a new incentive to prove what's really their's, Kellogg's cereal company is working to find a way to mark their cereal so ...

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