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 restaurant offerings in Hopkinton will be a little less diverse next year. After 30 years of serving local residents Chinese and Japanese food, the Dynasty Chinese Restaurant and Lounge will close on Jan. 21.
Christian MacDonald, a walk-on wide receiver on the football team at Texas Christian University, was confident the Horned Frogs would have a strong 2022 season after a disappointing 2021. Little did he know how well things would go. TCU won its first 12 games and, despite an overtime loss in the Big 12 Championship Game, secured one of the coveted four spots in the College Football Playoff.
Hopkinton High School boys basketball coach Tom Keane has a deep team this season — and that’s an especially good thing, because he wants the Hillers to hustle.
Hopkinton students in Grade 6 band and orchestra performed Monday night for family and friends at the newly refurbished Hopkinton Middle School auditorium. Students in Grades 6-12 have been diligently practicing their music and are eager to show their talents during the winter concert series.
Hopkinton Boy Scouts Troop 1 is holding its annual Christmas tree fundraiser in the parking lot behind CVS in the center of town, and we have photos.
The Friends of Hopkinton is hosting a Breakfast with Santa fundraiser for its Boston Marathon runner, Morgan Woodman, this weekend at The Spoon. Attendees can take a photo with Santa and be entered to win a prize.
Town meetings tonight include the Hopkinton Housing Authority (5:30) and Board of Appeals (7).
Photo of the Day: A real deer turned up in front of a fake one at a home on Chamberlain Street.
Video of the Day:
Lion vs tiger.. 😊 pic.twitter.com/4dgcOuphhy
— Buitengebieden (@buitengebieden) December 13, 2022