The Chamber of Commerce's annual Holiday Stroll was held Saturday at the Town Common and at local businesses.
The Hopkinton Cultural Council on Saturday hosted the unveiling of the latest additions to the diversity mural project along the fence at EMC Park. The new murals are: "Hopkinton is Multi-Colored" by Rick Jacobs, "Ready to Fly Wings" by Roselyn Jeun, "Perpetual...
The Hopkinton PolyArts festival returned to the Town Common on Saturday. The event, established in 1974, features regional artisans, crafters and local nonprofits.
Hopkinton's annual Memorial Day ceremonies took place Monday with commemorations at Evergreen Cemetery in Woodville, the Mayhew Street cemeteries and the Town Common. [gallery...
The Lauren Anderson Softball Field, at Field 6 behind Hopkinton High School, was re-dedicated Saturday with a ceremony and a game pitting HHS alumni against current players. The project included fixing up...
Morgan's Harbor to Hill, a new seafood market on Lumber Street, held a grand opening ceremony on Thursday.
Monday's storm brought rain and heavy winds through town, leaving a trail of downed trees and wires. On Tuesday crews began the cleanup process.
Hopkinton Boy Scouts Troop 1 is holding its annual Christmas tree drive, and a number of people picked up their trees this weekend at the parking lot behind CVS.
The town's annual Veterans Day ceremonies were held at the Town Common and St. John's Wilson Street Cemetery on Wednesday.
A steady stream of residents turned out to vote at Hopkinton Middle School on Tuesday.
The Hopkinton Community Partnership's Dress Up and Drive Thru Halloween event drew a big crowd to Faith Community Church on Saturday night.
A Women’s March was held Saturday morning at the Town Common, joining similar marches across the country in support of women’s rights, human rights and social justice. The non-partisan event featured music and a brief speaking program. State Rep. Carolyn Dykema and...
The monthly Veterans Breakfast, which has been on hiatus during the pandemic, returned Friday morning at the Town Common. Master of ceremonies Hank Allessio was recognized for his volunteer work, and state Rep. Carolyn Dykema was among those who spoke.
Rita Doucette, a resident at Fairview Estates in Hopkinton, celebrated her 100th birthday on Friday with a party and a parade of classic cars — led by a police escort — through the center of town.
An accident in front of Cumberland Farms on West Main Street slowed traffic yesterday afternoon.
Turnout was slow but steady Tuesday morning for the primary election at Hopkinton Middle School's Brown Gym. According to town clerk Connor Degan, approximately 4,000 residents — 32 percent of the town's eligible voters — requested mail-in ballots for this election....
A lightning strike earlier this week apparently made a direct hit on some trees around Lake Whitehall, based on these signs of damage.
The India Association of Great Boston held a flag-hoisting ceremony Saturday morning at Hopkinton's Town Common to commemorate India's Independence Day. Attendance was limited in order to adhere to social distancing requirements.
The Hopkinton Farmers Market is held on the Town Common on Sundays from 1-5 p.m. (through Oct. 11), and it was busy this past weekend.
The Marathon Quilters Guild held a Roadside Quilt Show on Sunday afternoon, with quilts displayed across from the Town Common and at the HCA Farmhouse.