HHS students organize high-end auto expo

An attendee will win a ride in this $800,000 Lamborghini Aventador SV LP750-4 during the Hopkinton Concours car show. Hopkinton Concours Supercar Exposition, a first-of-its-kind car show in Hopkinton, will have auto enthusiasts coming to...

Photo: Silent majority

The Feb. 4 special town election did not draw a big crowd, as less than 8 percent of Hopkinton voters turned out to express support or opposition to three school improvement projects, all of...

Brown Dog Coalition to the rescue

Hopkinton-based organization saves dogs, cats from South Eight-month-old Maverick bounds into the room, greeting a visitor with kisses before jumping on a sofa to settle in, appearing to listen eagerly to the conversation. The energy of...

Photo: Advocacy for Aussies

Girl Scouts (from left) Isabella Kopczynski, Lorelei Johnson, Naima Robinson and Kayla Pappalardo work on a project offering support for those affected by the Australian bushfires during Martin Luther King Day activities at Hopkinton...

HHS hockey coach faces lawsuit over bullying incident

Hopkinton Public Schools issued a statement promising to work to create a safe environment for all students after it was revealed this month that the parents of a former Hopkinton High School freshman sued...

Main Street moves ahead

Town resoundingly supports project Perhaps years from now this will be remembered as nothing more than a bump in the road for the Main Street Corridor Project. Those who opposed the project had their say, and...

Photo: Common Claus

Santa Claus made his annual appearance at the Town Common on Dec. 7 for Hopkinton’s tree lighting ceremony. It capped an eventful day in Hopkinton, which included the Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Stroll. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND

Pratt’s legacy lives on

Maybe sometimes Mary Pratt acted like the smartest person in the room. And maybe many times she was. “Mary was absolutely brilliant,” Select Board chair Brendan Tedstone said. “She was absolutely a genius. If you gave...

Growth Study Committee aims to help handle population surge

Public input sought as part of long-term planning effort As the town’s population grows, a new committee is working with residents to decide what Hopkinton should look like going forward. The Growth Study Committee, a subcommittee...

Photo: Never too late for treats

Christian Bialobrzeski (left) and Colin Heaton, both 7 years old, were among the attendees at the inaugural Trunk or Treat charity event on Nov. 3 in the parking lot next to Marty’s Fine Wines...