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Caught on Camera: Man Casing Lake Maspenock Home

A suspicious person was caught on camera. Can you help identify him?

Hopkinton Police Incident Log for January 30, 2023

It was one of the busiest weeks for Hopkinton PD in recent memory. Winter conditions resulted in multiple accidents, and a domestic violence call led to a scuffle and an arrest on an outstanding warrant. Plus, some rowdy youths had to be bounced from a Main Street store.
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Town has Immediate Opening for Dispatcher

The Town of Hopkinton is currently accepting applications for the full-time position of Public Safety Dispatcher.

Hopkinton Police Incident Log for January 23, 2023

In this week's blotter: neighbors turning on each other, a casino theft, and a lost delivery driver is reported.

Hopkinton Police Incident Log for January 16, 2023

In this week's blotter: an unidentified cat in a basement, burned steak causes alarm and a very busy day on January 13.

MassDOT to hold Info Session on Fruit Street Bridge project

Residents, business owners and commuters who want to learn more about the work on...

HFD Reminds Residents of Open Burn Rules

Chief William Miller would like to remind residents that open burning season begins Jan. 15 and runs through May 1. A permit is required to open burn in compliance with Massachusetts law.

Select Board expresses skepticism on RECC

In a discussion about the proposed RECC, members of the Hopkinton Select Board expressed skepticism and discussed the many open questions awaiting answer.

Southborough Voters to determine fate of Hopkinton Water

Southborough voters will decide at Town Meeting if Hopkinton can connect to the MWRA through their town.

Hopkinton Police Incident Log for January 9, 2023

In this week's blotter: A pair of arrests, a puppy scam, and playing with guns in the backyard.

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Hopkinton PD Car 3 out during the snow on Friday night. - courtesy of Facebook

Letter to the Select Board: RECC does not Make Sense

Sent to the Select Board, with HopNews on copy: Thank you for the two forums in...

Residents Express Fiery Opposition to RECC

Scores of residents attended a listening session regarding the proposed RECC initiative, and they weren't shy about voicing their opposition to it.

Hopkinton Police and Public Schools Remind Community of Social Host Liability

Police Chief Joseph Bennett, Hopkinton Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Carol Cavanaugh and High School Principal Evan Bishop wish to remind Hopkinton residents about the state's social host law.

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Hiller Boys and Girls are TVL Showcase Champions

On February 4, the HHS boys and girls track and field teams emerged as the TVL Showcase Champions.

College Corner: Deferred? Denied? It’s Not Your Student, I Promise

More students than ever are being deferred or denied from the school of their choice. Here's why, and what you can do about it.

Hillers send Panthers Packing, earn Playoff Berth

On February 3, Hopkinton defeated the Holliston Panthers and earned a playoff spot.
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