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Hopkinton Drug Adjusted Hours

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As of March 20th, Hopkinton Card & Gift will be Closed until further Notice but Hopkinton Drug is open.

Price Chopper/Market Looking To Hire More Than 2,000 Part Time Employees To Respond To Community Needs

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Price Chopper/Market 32 is looking to hire more than 2,000 new part-time or temporary part-time teammates to better serve customers during these turbulent times. The new hires are for most of the chain’s 132 stores in six states.

Hopkinton Youth Commission gift card program update

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Thank you to those that have donated. The gift cards have been put to use. As members of the community have been impacted the needs are increasing! If you are in a place and would like to donate you can place a gift card in an envelope marked Youth and Family Services and drop it in the box outside the town hall door. The mail is being checked twice a day and it will get distributed to the department. The ecards have been working as well! If you should have any questions please feel free to reach out to YC at [email protected].

Video: Select Board Meeting March 17, 2020

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View this past Tuesdays Select Board actions and meeting below. Actions taken included moving the Annual Town Meeting to Monday, June 22nd.

View Actions Taken Here!

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions March 18, 2020 PM update

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Town Officials and Emergency Management personnel continue to monitor the rapidly evolving COVID-19 public health emergency. Hopkinton’s Health Department is actively monitoring 25 residents, 3 are confirmed COVID-19 cases and 22 are under direct supervision with the Department. Over the past 24 hours, Hopkinton has seen two new cases, but removed two cases from monitoring. We continue to implement mitigation strategies to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 in the community.

Hopkinton Library Holds Pickup Starting 3/19

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The library is making a limited holds pickup service available to Hopkinton residents beginning Thursday, March 19.

Pickups will be by appointment only, and limited to 5 items per pickup. To request materials and make an appointment, you must call the library between 10 am and 4 pm, Monday through Saturday, and speak directly with a staff member. The library's phone number is 508-497-9777. We cannot honor hold pickup requests left on voicemail or submitted by e-mail at this time - please call us between the stated hours.

Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Updates on Town’s Hazard Mitigation Plan

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The Town of Hopkinton was a awarded a grant from the Commonwealth’s
Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Program to create a list of priority
ction items to advance the community’s resilience to projected climate
change impacts and to update the Town’s Hazard Mitigation Plan. In
December, a group of stakeholders met to identify strengths, vulnerabilities,
and actions to further build the Town’s resilience. We’ll be reporting the results
of this workshop and seeking public feedback. The input from this session will

Mark Edward Bell, 64

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Mark Edward Bell, 64, of Hopkinton, passed away surrounded by his family after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer. Born in NY, NY, and raised in Nanuet, NY, he was the son of the late Florence (Pantano) and Edward F. Bell. He was the husband of 36 years to his beloved wife, Gayle Gonthier-Bell of Hopkinton.

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