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.
A Hopkinton Police Department detective’s investigation driven by reports of a “distinctive” pickup truck led to the arrest of a Marlborough man accused of breaking into homes in Hopkinton and at least four other communities in August.
School Committee member Holly Morand announced Friday night in an email that she is resigning, as she has accepted a position with Hopkinton Youth & Family Services.
Budget presentations before the School Committee continued Thursday, with student services and technology taking center stage.
It was an impressive weekend for Hopkinton High School athletics, as all four teams with playoff games picked up two-score wins.
The town announced that the Main Street Corridor Project is in winter shutdown. The contractor, A.F. Amorello & Sons, is offsite until spring 2024, barring any emergencies or repairs.
Town meetings tonight include the Sustainable Green Committee (6) and Planning Board (7)
Photo of the Day: Participants in the recent moonlight walk on the Center Trail pose for a picture. The event was organized by the Hopkinton Trails Club and the Hopkinton Public Library.