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 Hopkinton School Nutrition Department emailed schools families on Tuesday requesting that students pack lunches the next two weeks “due to an influx of positive COVID-19 cases among the school nutrition staff.”
Town Manager Norman Khumalo took part in a public forum in Watertown on Monday as part of his application for the city manager position there. Khumalo, one of three finalists, did not address his reasoning for considering leaving Hopkinton after 13 years at Town Hall, but he explained what appeals to him about Watertown.
The town’s Board of Assessors announced that Mayflower Valuation has been contracted to complete inspections of 500 properties in town over the next three months as part of the cyclical inspection program mandated by the Bureau of Local Assessment of the Department of Revenue. Residents should be aware that Mayflower representatives might show up at their property for an inspection.
The Hopkinton Public Schools Visual Arts Department will host the annual A Night for the Arts on Thursday, May 19, starting at 6 p.m.
The Hopkinton Middle School Drama Club will present Disney’s “Frozen Jr.” at the HMS auditorium. There will be a total of three performances on May 20-21.
Town meetings tonight include the Housing Authority (6).
Photo of the Day: Customers unload their purchases to be rung up at the Hopkinton Garden Club’s Spring Plant Sale Saturday at the Town Common.
Video of the Day:
Puppy got an extra shadow..🐕🐾🐶👥😂😂 pic.twitter.com/wFaqQ71Inj
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