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 of the day.
The Select Board’s decision Tuesday to delay consideration of the promotion of two Hopkinton police officers until a departmental review is complete drew immediate criticism, and that continued Thursday with an open letter to the Select Board from police union vice president Cody Normandin.
With temperatures in Hopkinton expected to hit 93 degrees Thursday and 89 Friday, Superintendent of Schools Carol Cavanaugh reached out to families to encourage them to be prepared.
As Hopkinton Youth Soccer prepares to kick off its season this Saturday, the organization faced an unexpected and concerning challenge after discovering that all of its nets and a goal frame were damaged by apparent vandalism last month.
Town Manager Norman Khumalo and Principal Planner John Gelcich on Wednesday shared information regarding the state’s MBTA Communities Multi-Family zoning requirements.
This week’s Baypath Adoptable Animal is 8-year-old Thumbelina, “a small lady full of love and light.”
The Hopkinton-based charity Live4Evan will host its annual Oktoberfest fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 1, at Start Line Brewery. The event, featuring food, music, friends and more, will bring the community together to celebrate Live4Evan’s growth in housing support for families affected by congenital heart disease.
Photo of the Day: A rainbow forms over the Legacy Farms neighborhood.