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 – 05/08/2022

Weekly News Update – 05/08/2022

Annual Town Meeting 2022 Results • Committee studies enrollment, conditions at Elmwood • Superintendent receives high praise from School Committee • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • TOWN ELECTION 2022 – CANDIDATES & BALLOT QUESTIONS • Watch Meet the Candidates and Select Board Debate • Parks 

Weekly News Update – 04/17/2022

Weekly News Update – 04/17/2022

Know Your Vote – eHop Spotlight Forum • Main  Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Here’s who is running for office in Hopkinton’s May 16 annual election • TOWN ELECTION 2022 – CANDIDATES & BALLOT QUESTIONS • UCTC votes to recommend no action on its 

Weekly News Update – 03/13/2022

Weekly News Update – 03/13/2022

Select Board Votes To Put 2 School Com Vacancies On May Ballot • School Committee vacancies to be placed on this year’s ballot • School Committee officially announces vacancies in special meeting: ‘We will continue with the business of the schools’ • Markey, Tyler resign 

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 – 01/16/2022

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 – 11/14/2021

Weekly News Update – 11/14/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • OPENINGS ON BOARDS & COMMITTEES (UPDATED) – APPLY ONLINE • Hopkinton Winter Parking Ban • School Committee approves MOA on HHS mask policy with teachers union • Letter to the Editor: Scouting for Food event upcoming • 

Weekly News Roundup – 11/07/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 11/07/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Hopkinton Fire Department Reminds Residents to Change Their Clocks, Check Their Alarms During Daylight Saving Time • TAX CLASSIFICATION HEARING – TOWN OF HOPKINTON • Project Just Because offers holiday help • ESBC discusses plan for Elmwood’s future • Conservation Committee roundup: 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/24/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 10/24/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Undergrounding of Utilities Work Continues – Second Electric Manhole to be Installed • Conservation Commission discusses Connelly Farms, Leonard Street projects • Zoning Advisory Committee Public Forum Notice – 2021 • Select Board roundup: Beloin new police officer; Priefer selected 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/17/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 10/17/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Main Street Construction Advisory – October 15, 2021 – Undergrounding of Utilities Work Begins • Thank you to all who supported eHop Marathon runner Reilly McGreen! • Roadwork Notice • 2022 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING & FY23 BUDGET 

Weekly News Roundup – 10/3/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 10/3/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Notice of Lumber Street Paving • Covid-19 Update and Precautions • ‘Love Letter’ film welcomes back marathoners to Hopkinton • BAA execs update Select Board on logistics for Boston Marathon • Hopkinton Planning Board Vacancy Announcement • Parks & Rec roundup: Turf fields 

Weekly News Roundup – 09/20/2021

Weekly News Roundup – 09/20/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Diversity mural unveiling at EMC Park • Photos: Polyarts festival • Parks & Rec roundup: Turf fields might last 2 more years; Town Common trees in rough shape; dog park nearly complete • Appropriations Committee – Did you