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Special Town Meeting 2023

Continuing coverage of the Special Town Meeting scheduled for November 13, 2023 at 7:00 PM at the Hopkinton Middle School. Voters will consider four important initiatives with far reaching tax and election consequences in Hopkinton.

Trial of Former Deputy Chief Jay Porter

Continuing coverage of the trial of former Hopkinton Deputy Chief of Police John "Jay" Porter, who stands accused of felony rape of a child stemming from his time as the School Resource Officer at Hopkinton High School.

Elmwood School Project

Continuing coverage of the proposed Elmwood Elementary School rebuild.

Town Hall, Select Board and Financial Matters

Continuing coverage of the the Select Board, issues at Town Hall, and the Town of Hopkinton's financial outlook.

Eversource LNG Plant Safety

Continuing coverage of the safety issues surrounding the Eversource Liquified Natural Gas plant on Wilson Street in Hopkinton.

PFAS in Town Water

Continuing coverage of the PFAS in Hopkinton's public water system.

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Hopkinton Police Incident Log for November 20, 2023

In a rather peculiar week of neighborhood policing, brawling teens turned out to be rather peaceful, invisible teens dominated the complaints, and a mysterious man in camouflage bragged about his trophy buck. There were cars bumping into one another, suspicious photographers turned out to have legitimate day jobs, and mixed reports of missing dogs and curious coyotes. Brown water plagued everyone, and a nameless man wished to stage a peaceful protest. And oh, someone tried taking a joyride in a school mom's parked car!

Hop Cops Arrest Armed and Speeding Motorcyclist

Robert Wills, 28 of Hopkinton, was arrested by the Hopkinton Police following a brief chase. Wills, who had several charges including reckless driving and leaving an accident scene, neglected to stop when instructed, leading to a pursuit of about two miles. He was ultimately captured after fleeing a motorbike crash on foot.

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