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 town’s temporary solution to the issue of potentially harmful chemicals in its water supply will be to rent or purchase a filtration system for the problematic Fruit Street well, the Select Board decided Tuesday.
The Select Board roundup includes items on Lykan Bioscience seeking to expand with a new TIF, COVID cases rising in town, a minor fix to the West Main Street traffic problem, and the introduction of the new library director.
An overnight fire last week at a Winter Street company caused major damage to a Hopkinton Fire Department pumper truck that had been inside the building, Fire Chief Bill Miller said.
The Planning Board at its meeting Monday night continued a request to eliminate a requirement for approximately 400 feet of stone wall to be reconstructed across three lots on the Foxhollow Road subdivision that was part of a previously approved plan.
This week’s Senior Snippets includes information on programs including Acoustic Memories for Seniors and Stroke Signs and Symptoms.
Town meetings tonight include the Appropriation Committee (6), Board of Appeals (7) and Upper Charles Trail Committee (7).
Photo of the Day: The “Welcome to Hopkinton” sign on West Main Street across from Ice House Pond lies on the ground with two broken legs.
Video of the Day: