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 issued a warning to residents of a recent phone scam targeting Hopkinton residents that appears to come from the police department’s business line.
In a brief meeting Monday night, the Planning Board reviewed administrative matters, including the endorsement of a plan for the Elmwood Farms III subdivision off Blueberry Lane.
Tuesday was not kind to Hopkinton High School’s sports teams in postseason play, as field hockey fell to visiting Doherty while girls volleyball dropped an exciting 3-2 match to visiting North Quincy.
This week’s Real Estate Transactions list shows five sales, including the church at the corner of West Elm Street and South Street being sold to the Islamic Society of Greater Milford for $1.6 million.
Hopkinton’s Scouts BSA troops, Girls Scouts and Cub Scouts are collecting food for the Project Just Because Hopkinton Food Pantry to help residents in need via a Scouting for Food event this Saturday.
The town recently released a senior needs assessment survey in an effort to identity the current and long-term needs of residents aged 55 and older.
Town meetings tonight include the Parks & Recreation Commission (5:30), Board of Appeals (7) and Marathon Committee (7).
Photo of the Day: Hopkinton Eagle Scout Ashwath Sridhar receives the Youth Steward Award from Sudbury Valley Trustees Director of Conservation Laura Mattei during the organization’s annual meeting last month. Sridhar was recognized for his project for his project building a boardwalk at Whitehall Woods.