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.
The Planning Board at its Monday night meeting voted 6-3 to remove a 1992 condition that restricted the number of allowable lots on the Capobianco family subdivision to four on Morse Lane, paving the way for a fifth lot to be configured on the property.
The Hopkinton High School swim team posted a 96-67 victory over King Philip on Friday at Milford High School, and we have photos.
Hopkinton Water-Sewer Manager Eric Carty announced Monday that a contractor will be cleaning and inspecting the town’s three water storage tanks over the next three days. During this process, there could be some discoloration as the minerals on the inside of the tank are stirred up.
Leading off Business Briefs, Hopkinton residents Joseph Baldiga and David Fine, both attorneys at Mirick O’Connell, recently were selected to the 2022 Massachusetts Super Lawyers list.
The Hopkinton EMS team will provide free assessments and education on preventing falls and injury during a clinic at the Hopkinton Senior Center on Thursday, Jan. 26, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The clinic is sponsored by the Hopkinton Health Department in conjunction with the Hopkinton Fire Department.
Town meetings tonight include the Select Board (6) and Conservation Commission (7).
Photo of the Day: Town Clerk Connor Degan delivers gifts to Project Just Because, represented by Kate Jubboori, on behalf of Town Hall staff.
Video of the Day:
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