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 video or two to brighten your morning.
The efforts of former Hopkinton resident Clifford Kistner, along with the skilled rehabilitation work of Tufts Wildlife Clinic at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center in Grafton, transformed what could have been a tragic ending into a new start for an injured owl last month.
This week’s Police Log includes an arrest on a warrant and reports of a man yelling at construction workers, a woman walking in the road yelling on her phone, and a suspicious package that turned out to be a pizza refund.
Hopkinton High School announced that registration is open for the Fall 2 sports season, which runs from mid-February to mid-April and includes football, swimming and diving, volleyball and unified basketball. Meanwhile, the HHS boys and girls hockey teams and boys basketball teams were in action Wednesday night — boys hoops for the first time in three weeks.
Town meetings tonight include the School Committee (7), Open Space Preservation Commission (7) and Youth Commission (7).
Photo of the Day: Matt Gaughan carries his sister, Christina, up the hill at Hopkinton State Park during a day of sledding on Tuesday.
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