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 video or two to brighten your morning.
Hopkinton elementary schools will reopen full-time April 5 and the middle and high school on April 26, School Committee members agreed Thursday. Remote learning will be available through the end of the year, but remote learners also will have the option to return to school full-time.
Friends and coworkers launched a fundraiser for former Hopkinton resident Luke Moschini, who was seriously injured in a utility vehicle accident this past weekend. On Saturday, Moschini was riding in a side-by-side UTV at Maine’s Sebec Lake when it rolled over and he suffered multiple head injuries, according to Chris McGary, a coworker at Gordon Contracting who organized the fundraiser.
Hopkinton’s Susan Weaver was among those who participated in the Power of the Quilt Project’s inaugural winter quilt-a-thon held virtually on Jan. 18 in celebration of MLK Day and a commitment to service.
Hopkinton’s latest COVID-19 update shows 22 active cases in town and includes information about the vaccination schedule.
This week’s Business Profile highlights Hayden Rowe Properties, where owner Peter Edwards and his team focus on the client’s goals and the details of each real estate transaction to ensure things are done properly and with the highest level of integrity.
Photo of the Day: This week’s winner of the Hopkinton Independent/Bill’s Pizza photo contest is Jason Andreola for this photo of Vera Andreola playing in the snow with her dog.
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