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.
Hopkinton Youth & Family Services announced more details on its free program focused on youth mental health and suicide prevention to be held April 11 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. The event is being billed as “an evening to generate hope by bringing parents and caregivers together to learn action steps that communities can undertake to strengthen youth mental health and prevent suicide.”
Community activist Monica Cannon-Grant, known locally for leading a Town Common rally last year following the death of Hopkinton teenager Mikayla Miller, pleaded not guilty Tuesday at her arraignment in Boston federal court on fraud and conspiracy charges.
The newest edition of the Police Log includes one arrest along with reports of a Porsche crashing into trees, a dog being hit by a vehicle and teens throwing rocks at passing cars on Main Street.
Photo of the Day: Work downtown has resumed as part of the Main Street Corridor Project.
Video of the Day:
Looks like gym is crowded today.🐈🐾🏃😅 pic.twitter.com/7ZuhIb6MSR
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