Business Profile: HCA uses art as an expressive tool in uncertain times

The Hopkinton Center for the Arts has transitioned many classes to a virtual format, and discounted registration is open until May 10 for summer programs. “Art has a wonderfully unique way of enabling people to...
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Business Profile: Crystal Pool & Spa a store that’s all about fun

When people imagine summer fun, they almost immediately picture children excitedly splashing around in water, be it the ocean or their backyard pool, getting great exercise and having a good time. Those who own a...
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Local businesses affected by COVID-19 can apply for SBA loan

Many small businesses in Hopkinton — and around the nation — are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to help, the Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering free webinars on the application...

Summer Fun Business Profile: Plan now for ultimate fun experience with Parks & Rec...

Fun. Stimulation. Skill building. Count on this and more with any of the innovative programming sponsored by Hopkinton Parks and Recreation. Check back frequently for additional offerings. New: Fun and exciting, ultimate Frisbee for boys...

Summer Fun Business Profile: Education Station

Education Station excels at mindful learning Christine Chapman and Sims Yun are poised to have either onsite or online programs for youth this summer, depending on public health recommendations. “We are ready to offer online work...

Business Briefs: Joseph’s firm earns top honor from RE/MAX

At the RE/MAX International Convention in Las Vegas last month, Hopkinton’s Chuck Joseph and partners Bill Wright and Chris Arienti of RE/MAX Executive Realty were recognized with the 2019 Broker Owner of the Year...

Business Briefs: Richardson inducted into Worcester business hall

Richardson inducted into Worcester business hall Scott Richardson, president of Gorman Richardson Lewis Architects in Hopkinton, was inducted into the Worcester Business Journal Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to...

Cycling company raises interest but also concern

Cycling company looks to cut deal with town The 1854 Cycling Company plans to open a manufacturing facility at 80 South Street, and its owner appeared before the Select Board on Feb. 4 to share...

Business Briefs: Country Farm to become liquor store

Country Farm to become liquor store The owners of the Country Farm convenience store at 3 Cedar St. (next to the Post Office) plan to change the business to a liquor store, and the Subway...

Business Profile: Hopkinton Verizon seeks to satisfy wireless needs

New management focuses on enhanced customer service. Owner Sanat Palia celebrates the fourth-year anniversary of his IM Wireless business at 89 W. Main St. with bold, new Verizon signage on the storefront and a new...