Weekly News Update – 11/28/2022

Weekly News Update – 11/28/2022

Town announces budget listening sessions Dec. 5, 8 • Residents invited to apply for heating assistance • Hopkinton again shows it’s a caring community with Dementia Friends program • School budget plans include requests for personnel • Openings on Hopkinton boards and committees • Winter Parking 

Weekly News Update – 09/04/22

Weekly News Update – 09/04/22

Specimen Ballots for State Primary Election – Sept. 9/6 • Parks & Rec roundup: Fruit Street turf project complete • Planning Board roundup: State loosens rules on MBTA community housing • Multi-Family Zoning Requirement for MBTA Communities • Short-term rentals raise concern for some residents 

Weekly News Update – 07/09/2022

Weekly News Update – 07/09/2022

Main Street Corridor Project Update • Middle school principal among new hires announced by district • OPENINGS ON BOARDS & COMMITTEES – APPLY ONLINE • Parks & Rec Commission: No cricket pitch at Reed Park, but other options to be explored • Monthly trail volunteer day 

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 – 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 – 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 

Weekly News Update – 01/02/2022

Weekly News Update – 01/02/2022

2022 Annual Town Meeting Notice • Town wide Community event on MLK Day 2022: Invitations to participants and attendees • COVID-19 Updates & Precautions • Hopkinton – Face Covering policy inside municipal buildings • New Health Department Vaccine Clinic Calendar • Russ Phipps celebrates 100th 

Weekly News Update – 12/19/2021

Weekly News Update – 12/19/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • PUBLIC NOTICE ON PFAS ISSUE: Bottled Water Rebate Application • Covid-19 Update and Precautions • Divided School Committee votes to make masks mandatory at HHS due to surge in COVID-19 cases • Town shares guidance on international travel during winter break 

Weekly News Update – 12/12/2021

Weekly News Update – 12/12/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • School Committee discusses budget with town leaders • Recent Actions Taken from Committees • Upper Charles Trail Committee hears public comments on trail progress • Hopkinton Trails Club proposes alternate route for Upper Charles Trail extension in 

Weekly News Update – 12/01/2021

Weekly News Update – 12/01/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Covid-19 Updates and Precautions • Hopkinton Health Vaccine Clinic Schedule • With many children able to get COVID vaccine, these Massachusetts communities have the most 5-11-year-olds already vaccinated; Search for your community • Upper Charles Trail Committee Meeting Live 

Weekly News Update – 11/21/2021

Weekly News Update – 11/21/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • With many children able to get COVID vaccine, these Massachusetts communities have the most 5-11-year-olds already vaccinated; Search for your community • Hopkinton Town Hall Pfizer 5-11 Clinic • Upper Charles Trail Committee Meeting Live on HCAM December 8th • School