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.
The town announced Thursday that in response to concerns about a stretch of the recently reconfigured Main Street being too narrow to allow for emergency vehicles to pass through traffic, the road will be widened.
Hopkinton High School’s Doug Scott was named one of 12 semifinalists for 2023 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year. “This recognition reaffirms the strong work that students engage in within my classroom,” Scott shared.
The Hopkinton Health Department will host a vaccine clinic on Tuesday, Nov. 1, from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Nurse’s Office in Town Hall. There will be flu shots for children age 2-18 along with bivalent COVID boosters for ages 6 and older.
The latest Tales from a Townie is a modern recounting of a trip to Lake Whitehall and the geese encountered there.
This week’s Baypath Humane Society adoptable animal is 2-year-old Layla, who “loves to swim, fetch, chew and toss sticks.”
Photo of the Day: Mental Health Collaborative Executive Director Abbie Rosenberg (standing) talks with participants at Monday’s MHC fundraising golf tournament at Hopkinton Country Club.
Video of the Day:
You’ve been evicted…it’s coming with me. 😏😂🐕🦺🐈 pic.twitter.com/GwtuoOLbVN
— Fred Schultz (@FredSchultz35) October 27, 2022