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 report that audited the middle school’s special education program was at the core of several discussions during Thursday night’s School Committee meeting.
Jim Noon’s widow reached out to the Independent to offer thanks and defend Golden Pond after the passing of her husband, who had left the assisted living facility and was missing for two days before being rescued.
As part of the Main Street Corridor Project this week, paving of the bike lane (top course) is scheduled for Wednesday. Crews also will work on landscaping, with hydroseeding scheduled for Monday, and perform various on-site cleanup.
The Hopkinton High School unified basketball team won its opening game Friday, posting a 46-35 victory over visiting Dedham, and we have photos.
Hopkinton Organizing for Prevention’s Celebration of Recovery, which was rained out Sunday, has been rescheduled to next Sunday. This community event will celebrate individuals and families in support of or connected to substance abuse recovery.
Photo of the Day: Adaline Myers gives the thumbs up as she performs during Friday’s Respite Center Coffeehouse at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.