Month: May 2017

Flamingos are Back in Hopkinton

Flamingos are Back in Hopkinton

They’re back! Under the cover of darkness eHop will once again be herding a flock of 24 friendly flamingos around town. To join in on the fun, send a flock to a friend! Visit our website shop to order {Sorry! The 2017 flocking season is now over.} or […]






Volunteer Openings on Hopkinton Town Committees

Volunteer Openings on Hopkinton Town Committees

The following Vacancies (see below) are open and available to all Hopkinton residents. Interested residents should apply by 7:00 PM on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 via the online volunteer form at http://www.hopkintonma.gov/home/about/hug. If the board or committee name is not listed on the form, please be […]






Town Election & Ballot Question Results 2017

Town Election & Ballot Question Results 2017

A total of 2,405 ballots were cast, of the total number of 11,696 registered voters, which is a turnout of a little over 20%. Click to view full results by precinct. Contested Races on the May 15, 2017 Ballot Board of Selectmen, 3 Years – Vote […]






Vote Monday for Selectmen, Planning Board, Parks & Rec, Library Trustee and 6 Ballot Questions

Vote Monday for Selectmen, Planning Board, Parks & Rec, Library Trustee and 6 Ballot Questions

All Hopkinton precincts vote at the Middle School. Polls are open 7:00am-8:00pm on Monday, May 15. School will be in session, so please park in the back and use the back entrance to the Brown Gym. Follow the signs. There are five contested races this year. […]






Learn More about the Selectman Candidates

Learn More about the Selectman Candidates

Board of Selectmen, 3 Years – Vote for 1 John M Coutinho, 1 David Joseph Road, Candidate for Re-election, Republican Caucus Nominee, Nomination Papers – Facebook Page – Candidate Statement – Metrowest Daily News Summary Amman Ali Haidri, 7 Spring Lane, Democratic Caucus Nominee – Facebook Page – Candidate Statement – Metrowest […]






Learn More about the Planning Board 5-Year Candidates

Learn More about the Planning Board 5-Year Candidates

Planning Board, 5 Years – Vote for 2 Kenneth R. Weismantel, 145 Ash Street, Candidate for Re-election, Republican Caucus Nominee, Nomination Papers – Facebook Page – Candidate Statement Muriel E. Kramer, 39 North Street, Democratic Caucus Nominee – Facebook Page – Candidate Statement Amy B. Ritterbusch, 54 Grove Street, Democratic Caucus Nominee, Nomination […]