Fruit Street turf

Parks & Rec roundup: Turf fields might last 2 more years; Town Common trees...

At its meeting Wednesday, the Parks & Recreation Commission discussed progress made on several ongoing issues, including the Fruit Street turf fields assessment, some decaying Town Common trees and the nearly completed dog park. Ian...
Hopkinton Police HQ sign

Arrests/Police Log, Sept. 14 edition

ARRESTS September 9 10:28 a.m. On Hayden Rowe Street, Officer Ryan Polselli arrested John Noel Savasta Church, 28, of 617 Pine St., Central Falls, Rhode Island, on a warrant. September 11 10:39 p.m. On Hayden Rowe Street, Sergeant...
Leonard Street construction

ConCom focuses on Leonard Street project’s flooding issues

The Conservation Commission at its Tuesday meeting issued an enforcement order on violations at the Leonard Street subdivision project, which over the past two months has been chastised for poor erosion control measures that...
17 Main Street fire

Planning Board expresses concerns about parking for 17 Main St. expansion

The Planning Board at its meeting Monday decided in an 8-0 vote to continue the hearing for 17 Main Street after concerns arose about the parking layout and the ability of emergency vehicles to...
MassDOT interchange project 7-9-20

MassDOT announces paving work will close I-90 ramp to I-495 Wednesday night

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) announced that paving work on the I-90 eastbound Exit 106 off-ramp to I-495 in Westborough and Hopkinton will require a ramp closure from 10 p.m. Wednesday (Sept. 15)...
COVID vaccine

Health Department offers flu clinics

The Hopkinton Health Department is hosting drive-through flu clinics at Center School (11 Ash St.) on Sept. 30 and Oct. 14 (both Thursdays) from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. There will be high-dose flu vaccines for seniors...
Hopkinton police cruiser

Arrests/Police Log, Sept. 7 edition

ARRESTS September 5 2:06 a.m. Officer Brittany Firth conducted a motor vehicle stop on Hayden Rowe Street and Officers Jessica Ferreira and Kevin Sager assisted. A 31-year-old from Framingham was arrested and charged with OUI liquor,...
Bill Miller swear-in

Select Board roundup: Town ‘moving in the right direction’ vs. COVID; Miller sworn in...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVpieiXkJB0 Health Director Shaun McAuliffe, during his update at Tuesday’s Select Board meeting, said the next few days will be telling, as people return to work and school after Labor Day weekend. “We’re all monitoring our...
Water main repair

Fire flow test Thursday on South Street

The Hopkinton Water and Sewer Department announced that there will be a required fire flow test Thursday at 9 a.m. on South Street. Due to the location and volume of water, there may be discoloration...

Boston Marathon details COVID policy

The Boston Athletic Association announced last week that entrants in the 125th Boston Marathon will need to provide proof of vaccination or produce a negative COVID-19 test in order to participate in the Oct....