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Watch Now: Hopkinton Select Board Approves 3 new Town Employees at Jan 30th Meeting

By Tom Nappi, News Director

The Select Board considered and confirmed the Town Manager’s appointment of 3 new Town Employees. View highlights below!

"● Armando Ndreu, Facilities Manager
● Jessica Miller, Assistant Library Services Director
● Rita Ben-Cherqui, Payroll Manager
Supporting Exhibits: Application & Resume

● The Select Board confirmed the Town Manager’s appointment of Armando Ndreu, Facilities
Manager. (4-0)

● The Select Board confirmed the Town Manager’s appointment of Jessica Miller, Assistant Library
Services Director. (4-0)

Middlesex Sheriff's Office urges residents to be alert for arrest scams

By contributor,

The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office (MSO) is urging residents to be aware of ongoing arrest scams in the area.

The new warning comes after multiple local residents – including four on January 29 alone – reported receiving calls from individuals falsely posing as Middlesex Sheriff’s Office deputies or staff members.

Treasurer Goldberg Announces $51 Million in Grants for 14 Municipal Water Projects at the Massachusetts Clean Water Trust Board of Trustees January Meeting

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State Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg, Chair of the Massachusetts Clean Water Trust (Trust) Board of Trustees, announced on January 17, 2024, that $51 million in grants were awarded for 14 projects in 12 communities across Massachusetts. The grant funds will help cities, towns, counties, and water utilities pay for the $237 million in total project cost for improvements to drinking water and wastewater infrastructure.

A list of communities and approved projects that are receiving grants is attached.

Main Street Corridor Project Update - January 26, 2024

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Please see the attached Project Update for the Main Street Corridor Project.

A construction meeting was held on January 23. In attendance were representatives from the Town, VHB, MassDOT, Amorello, and Eversource. Amorello confirmed during the meeting that they have not set a time for returning to the project. Utility work, including both overhead and underground work, needs to be completed before Amorello will be able to schedule any work.

View more in attachment!

Middlesex County Restoration Center Pilot Advances with Selection of Clinical Provider

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Today, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services and the Middlesex County Restoration Center Commission, announced the Commission has selected Vinfen as its clinical partner as it works towards establishing the first law enforcement focused crisis diversion facility in the Commonwealth. With an aim of diverting individuals away from criminal justice involvement and into treatment, the state’s first Restoration Center will have a “no wrong door” policy, providing walk-in and police drop-off opportunities to serve those in need of behavioral health care in the community.

Hopkinton Residents Encouraged to Submit Applications for Assistance from Senior and Disabled Tax Relief Fund by Feb. 23

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The Hopkinton Tax Relief Committee is encouraging eligible Hopkinton homeowners to apply for assistance from the Senior and Disabled Tax Relief Fund.

Applicants must be at least 60 years old or have a state-recognized disability, and must own and occupy a single-family home i4n Hopkinton as their primary residence. The maximum income for a household of one is $48,000, $60,000 for a household of two, $69,000 for a household of three, and $76,000 for a household of four.

Click the link below for more information:

Hopkinton Police Department Releases Documents from Misconduct Investigation

By contributor,

At 5 pm Friday, the Hopkinton Select Board held a hearing regarding potential discipline of a police sergeant stemming from the sergeant’s knowledge of alleged serious criminal misconduct of a former deputy police chief. That former deputy is currently on trial for those allegations. The Town’s exhibits that were used at the hearing are being released today.

The documents, which are available on include:

Town of Hopkinton Welcomes New Employees to Communications, Finance Departments

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Town Manager Norman Khumalo is pleased to welcome two new employees to the Public Safety Communications and Finance Departments.

"We are pleased to welcome Teddy and Samantha to the Town of Hopkinton," Town Manager Khumalo said. "They will each play an important part in ensuring our Communications and Finance teams are able to serve Hopkinton residents to the best of their abilities."