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.
Older students with disabilities in the Hopkinton Public Schools are finding their niche in the community by participating in an innovative business selling T-shirts and other items through the district’s 18-22 program.
COVID curtailed the town’s Martin Luther King Day activities last month, but two local organizations hosted memorable virtual events on MLK weekend.
Despite losing numerous athletes for stretches of time due to COVID protocols, the Hopkinton High School boys indoor track and field team won five straight dual meets to capture the Tri-Valley League championship.
The latest edition of the Police Log includes one arrest along with reports of a dog being scared of a snowplow and slipping out of its collar, and a pack of coyotes killing a deer in a resident’s driveway.
Photo of the Day: As part of its annual Valentine’s Day tradition, the Hopkinton Women’s Club sent 30 care bags to New Hope, an organization with an office in Milford that works with domestic and sexual violence victims in the region. The bags were made possible via donations from members of the club and the Dentist at Hopkinton.
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