Good morning, Hopkinton! Welcome to the daily update we call Hopkinton Today — a quick recap of yesterday’s news, highlights of what’s on tap, and a photo and video of the day.
If the Hopkinton Cricket Club is to add another pitch to use for a sport that is growing in popularity, it will have to be somewhere other than Reed Park, with the Parks & Recreation Commission giving the proposal four thumbs down in a unanimous vote Wednesday night.
Hopkinton Town Hall and municipal offices — including the library and the Senior Center — will be closed Monday in observance of Independence Day. The library also will be closed this Saturday. As previously reported, there will be no July 4 Horribles Parade again this year due to the road construction in the downtown area.
Participating in The Examined Life educational program enabled Hopkinton Middle School Grade 8 civics teacher William Mingace to make a life-changing trip to Greece, a journey he believes allows him to better understand what he teaches.
The latest Baypath Adoptable Animal is Bailey, a “perfect gentleman [who] is patiently waiting for a family that is home often to spoil him the way he deserves to be spoiled.”
This week’s Business Profile highlights Platinum Physical Therapy, which has locations in Hopkinton, Ashland and Milford and recently expanded its Hopkinton office in order to offer more extensive strength and conditioning programming to the community.
Photo of the Day: Walkers pass through a gaggle of geese at Hopkinton State Park.
Video of the Day:
A flower as a hat 😍 pic.twitter.com/DkkQbOB00n
— Morissa Schwartz (Dr. Rissy) (@MorissaSchwartz) June 30, 2022