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.
The Hopkinton Police Department arrested and charged a 28-year-old Hopkinton man riding a black motorcycle who failed to stop while speeding up Hayden Rowe Street on Wednesday morning, prompting a 2-mile police chase.
In an exciting day at the Hopkinton High School turf field Wednesday, the Hillers girls and boys soccer teams posted one-goal wins in postseason play.
The Select Board confirmed newly appointed town staff members and recognized longtime volunteers at its meeting Tuesday night.
The Select Board encouraged residents to arrive at Monday’s Special Town Meeting early, as attendance is expected to be high.
During a nearly two-hour public forum Tuesday, members of the Elementary School Building Committee fielded questions from Zoom and in-person participants regarding the proposed Elmwood School replacement.
This week’s Police Log includes one arrest along with reports of a landlord putting a tenant’s belongings outside, a dog attack and a road rage incident involving a bicyclist.
The Department of Public Works issued a reminder about the winter parking ban that goes into effect Nov. 15 and runs until April 1. Vehicles cannot be parked on any street between 1-6 a.m., except for emergencies.
Our latest Business Profile highlights Jamie Oil, which started out as a home heating oil company in 1989 but over the past three decades has “morphed into a full-fledged home services company,” says Tom Carey, the president and owner since 1997.
Town meetings tonight include the Hopkinton Cultural Council (6) and Community Preservation Committee (7).
Photo of the Day: Night falls over the Hopkinton High School athletic fields on a recent evening.