Weekly News Roundup – 05/30/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 05/30/2021

Covid-19 Updates and Vaccine Information • Town signs lease with 26.2 Foundation for International Marathon Center • Select Board approves Hopkinton native Sager as newest police officer • Hopkinton Police Lieutenant Graduates From Certificate in Local Government Leadership and Management Program • From the Open Space 

Weekly News Roundup – 05/02/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 05/02/2021

Covid-19 Updates and Vaccine Information • School Superintendent, Dr. Carol Cavanaugh talks Schools Reopening • HHS reports 12 new COVID cases in 3 days • 2021 Annual Town Meeting – New Details Added • Know Your Vote – Monday May 3rd at 7:00 PM (Virtual Event) • Have questions 

Weekly News Roundup – 04/11/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 04/11/2021

Covid-19 Updates and Vaccine Information • Hopkinton Covid-19 Vaccine Information • HPS Covid Case Tracking • Health director: Town in midst of COVID surge, with positivity rate over state average, youngsters hit hardest • School Committee approves agreement with teachers union on full-time reopening • 

Select Board Actions Taken 07/21/2020

Select Board Actions Taken 07/21/2020

Agenda Items & Actions Taken: CALL TO ORDER, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE PUBLIC FORUM COVID-19 UPDATE CONSENT AGENDA The Select Board approved the Consent Agenda, with a revision to the 7/2/2020 Minutes. (5-0) ANNUAL APPOINTMENTS The Select Board appointed the following: (5-0) ○ Ted Barker-Hook to 

Select Board – Actions Taken 06/16/2020

Select Board – Actions Taken 06/16/2020

Legislative Updates from Senate President Karen Spilka and Representative Carolyn Dykema • Covid-19 Update • Consent Agenda • 26.2 Foundation – Hopkinton Virtual Marathon • Temporary Outdoor Dining Permit Application • Legacy Farms Host Community Agreement Amendment #7 • General Obligation and Bond Approval • 

Select Board Actions Taken – 03/10/2020

Select Board Actions Taken – 03/10/2020

Proclamation Hopkinton Boy Scout Troop #1 • Parade Permits for Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk on 10/4/20 and the 17th Annual Sharon Timlin Memorial Road Race • Temporary Alcohol License • Board and Committee Appointment • FY21 Comprehensive Budget • Annual Town Meeting Articles • 

Weekly News Update – 02/09/20

Weekly News Update – 02/09/20

Special Election Update: Hopkinton voters OK all 3 debt exclusions, giving go-ahead to three school building projects • Ashland hires economic consultant Elizabeth Stanton to aid in pipeline fight • 2019 Annual Town Meeting Report Card • Hopkinton Picks Nonprofit To Build International Marathon Center • Growth Study 

Select Board Actions Taken 02/04/20

Select Board Actions Taken 02/04/20

Special Permits and Licenses • Staff Appointments • Host Community Agreement • TIF Negotiations • Proposed FY 2021 Capital Articles • I-495/ I-90 Interchange Reconstruction Project The meeting video is available on the HCAM YouTube Channel and the Actions Taken are posted in blue below. TOWN OF HOPKINTON SELECT 

Select Board Actions Taken 9/10/19

Select Board Actions Taken 9/10/19

Proclamation for Boy Scout Will Dionne • 26.2 Foundation • Vin Bin Violation • FY2021 Budget Calendar • Fund Gifts • Cystic Fibrosis Parade Permit • Knights of Columbus Alcohol License •  Board Appointments • Greyhound Friends Kennel License • Legacy Farms Host Agreement • 

Weekly Roundup – 06/30/2019

Weekly Roundup – 06/30/2019

Hopkinton’s Claflin house district OK’d by state • Four MetroWest towns doing fair share to add housing • Five items on local businesses for June 26, 2019 • Ashland wetlands expert calls for Eversource to revise its gasline plan • Commuters say backups at I-90/495 interchange frustrating, eager for upgrades • Design Review Board Vacancies • Roadwork 

Book Signing: The B.A.A. at 125

Book Signing: The B.A.A. at 125

The B.A.A. at 125: The official history of the Boston Athletic Association, 1887-2012 Wednesday, April 10 Hopkinton High School, 90 Hayden Rowe Street,  Hopkinton, MA 01748 7:00 p.m. Book signing and presentation followed  by a dessert reception

MAKERS – Women Who Make America

MAKERS – Women Who Make America

Kathrine Switzer, a friend of Hopkinton and the 26.2 Foundation, will be appearing in the three-hour PBS/AOL landmark documentary, MAKERS–Women Who Make America, a compelling story of amazing women trailblazers. You can watch the full interview at http://www.makers.com/documentary/ or a preview of Kathrine’s piece at http://www.5min.com/Video/KATHRINE-SWITZER-FIRST-WOMAN-TO-ENTER-THE-BOSTON-MARATHON-517280189.