Town Hall

Select Board roundup: Town applies for grant to address PFAS; Timlin 5K approved for...

At Tuesday's Select Board meeting, Town Manager Norman Khumalo reported that Hopkinton is applying for a grant to help defray the costs associated with the PFAS water treatment plan. The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection...
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Town launches new online dog licensing system

The town announced this month that dog licenses now may be renewed online. Owners can visit permiteyes.us/hopkinton/publichome.php to search for their dog. Owners with dogs that have been registered previously will receive an email...
Marathon runners

Updated with new deadline of Jan. 18: Town plans random selection for Boston Marathon...

The town announced Thursday that applications are being accepted from local organizations seeking to obtain a Boston Marathon charity number. Numbers will be distributed to qualified organizations through a random selection. In order to qualify,...
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Hopkinton COVID-19 update for Jan. 7: CDC recommendations change; town expands vaccine offerings

Editor's note: This is the town of Hopkinton's COVID-19 update for Jan. 7. COVID-19 Updates and Precautions Jan. 7 update Previous updates and additional information and resources can be found here: coronavirus-hopkintonma.hub.arcgis.com/ Hopkinton continues to see an uptick in...
Snow

Snow forces closures, postponements: Schools, sports, town offices, funeral

Friday morning's snowstorm caused Hopkinton schools to be closed for the day. In addition to classes, all after-school activities in the buildings have been canceled, including athletic events. Town Hall and all municipal offices, including...
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Friday’s curbside trash pickup pushed to Saturday due to impending snowstorm

Due to the snowstorm forecasted to hit the area Friday morning, E.L. Harvey has canceled curbside trash pickup for the day. All Friday pickups instead will take place on Saturday. Snow is predicted to start...
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Fire at Fruit Street business may lead to water discoloration in town

The town's Water and Sewer Department warned residents that water might be discolored throughout town due to hydrants being needed to fight a fire early Wednesday morning on Fruit Street. The fire was at a...
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Former Red Sox pitcher, one-time Hopkinton resident Jim Corsi dies at 60

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rG5aSUBaX7I Former Red Sox pitcher Jim Corsi, a one-time resident of Hopkinton, died of cancer Tuesday morning at his home in Bellingham at the age of 60. Corsi recently shared his story with WBZ-TV’s Steve Burton...
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Arrests/Police Log, Jan. 4 edition

ARRESTS December 30 5:56 p.m. Sergeant Matthew McNeil and Officer Shannon Beloin conducted a motor vehicle stop on West Main Street and subsequently arrested a 54-year-old Wood Street resident and charged him with OUI liquor, third...
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Planning Board approves bond release for Chamberlain-Whalen subdivision project

The Planning Board at its meeting Monday night approved the bond release for the Chamberlain-Whalen subdivision project after amending the amount due to a discussion about the number of street trees on the site. Vice...