Weekly News Update – 06/05/2022

Weekly News Update – 06/05/2022

Board & Committee Openings • School Safety • School Committee Update • Turf Field Update • Youth & Family Services Programs • Hopkinton Maintains AAA Bond Rating • DPW Shares Road Repaving Plan for Summer 2022 • Main Street Corridor Update • Board of Health Update 

Weekly News Update – 05/22/2022

Weekly News Update – 05/22/2022

TOWN ELECTION 2022 – Results • Select Board roundup: Ritterbusch new chair; fire stations’ future discussed • Town of Hopkinton Invites Residents to Complete Survey on Annual Town Meeting • School Committee roundup: Testing rescheduled for many students due to COVID surge • Public Notice: Water 

Weekly News Update – 04/24/2022

Weekly News Update – 04/24/2022

Know Your Vote – eHop Spotlight Forum • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • TOWN ELECTION 2022 – CANDIDATES & BALLOT QUESTIONS • TOWN MEETING LIST OF ARTICLES WITH DETAILS • TOWN MEETING 2022 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly 

Weekly News Update – 04/03/2022

Weekly News Update – 04/03/2022

Know Your Vote – eHop Spotlight Forum • Hopkinton Appropriation Committee Public Hearing • Conservation Commission again discusses, continues hearing on Lake Maspenock weed management • Board of Health roundup: Nursing finances discussed; post-COVID initiatives continue • Moderna 50+ Vaccine Clinic at Senior Center • 

Weekly News Update – 03/20/2022

Weekly News Update – 03/20/2022

Openings and Updates on Town Boards & Committees • Two open Hopkinton School Committee seats will be decided during spring election • Upper Charles Trail Project: Frequently Asked Questions – March 17, 2022 • Become A Dementia Friend: An Information Session • Gifted learners, COVID 

Weekly News Update – 03/06/2022

Weekly News Update – 03/06/2022

Hopkinton COVID-19 update for March 3 • Health Services Vaccine Calendar • Masks now optional on Hopkinton school buses • Hopkinton – Additional energy assistance now available • School Committee roundup: Members seek to ‘strengthen the dialogue’ with help from consultant; security camera policy debated 

Weekly News Update – 02/20/2022

Weekly News Update – 02/20/2022

Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 • 2022 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING & FY23 BUDGET TIMELINE • Learn more about the Zoning Articles proposed for Town Meeting 2022 • Did You Know? Trustees of School Fund • HMS principal: Students have made ‘inappropriate, unkind, racist comments’ to 

Weekly News Update – 02/13/2022

Weekly News Update – 02/13/2022

Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 • Select Board roundup: Lykan TIF presented; COVID optimism expressed • SELECT BOARD ACTIONS TAKEN 02/08/22 • Mass. will stop requiring masks in public schools. It’s an uneasy milestone for many • Health Department discusses target data for making masks 

Weekly News Update – 02/06/2022

Weekly News Update – 02/06/2022

Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 • Bridge on Hopkinton-Westborough line to close for one year, get replaced • Hopkinton schools to add Eid-al-Fitr, Lunar New Year as no-school holidays • School Committee duo face open meeting law complaint, criticism from teachers union • UCTC addresses 

Weekly News Update – 01/30/2022

Weekly News Update – 01/30/2022

Full closure of Fruit Street bridge starts Feb. 7, will last about 1 year • Town Election 2022 – List of Candidates • Select Board roundup: Officer Powers lauded; health director notes positive signs regarding COVID surge • Health director predicts Hopkinton is near COVID peak: 

Weekly News Update – 01/23/2022

Weekly News Update – 01/23/2022

Covid-19 Updates and Precautions • School Committee weighs continued COVID precautions against emotional strain from ‘culture of fear’ • Select Board finalizes Boston Marathon charity number distribution • Nomination papers available for elected town positions • Upper Charles Trail Committee hears alternate trail proposal • 

Weekly News Update – 01/16/2022

Weekly News Update – 01/16/2022

Health director: Expect COVID surge to continue through February; Omicron now dominant variant • Business Briefs: Details shared on 17 Main redesign; RE/MAX Executive Realty ‘top place to work’ • School Committee roundup: No support for trail proposal; budget vote upcoming • Parks and Rec roundup: Concern about PFAS might delay