Town of Hopkinton COVID-19 update for March 31

Editor's note: The following is a COVID-19 update from the Town of Hopkinton. COVID-19 Updates & Precautions March 31, 2020 AM update Previous updates and additional resources can be found here: www.hopkintonma.gov/covid-19 All town buildings are closed to the...

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: A leg up

Hopkinton third-grader Barrett Jochim goes airborne after taking a shot during a youth soccer game against Milford-Hopedale on Sept. 7 at the Fruit Street fields. PHOTO/JERRY SPAR

Downtown debate continues

Frustrated abutters plead to Select Board Frustrated residents and business owners got their chance to state their case against the Downtown Corridor Project at the Select Board’s Sept. 24 meeting, but the board made it...

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...

Alliance forms against downtown project

Jackie Potenzone has a warning for fellow Hopkinton residents. Potenzone, who has lived on Wood Street for two decades and run a hair salon there for the past 18 years, said the Main Street Corridor...

Photo: Honor to serve

At the Veterans Day dinner at the Woodville Rod & Gun Club on Nov. 11, Frank Torento received a citation from State Rep. Carolyn Dykema recognizing his many years of volunteer service for veterans...

Supporters rally for Main Street

As vote nears, supporters speak up for downtown project   The Main Street Corridor Project will bring much needed infrastructure updates to a growing town and should not be rescinded, a new group that has formed...

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...

Photo: T-Day title

The Hopkinton High School football team celebrates with the winner’s trophy after defeating visiting Ashland, 26-7, in the annual Thanksgiving Day football game on Nov. 28. PHOTO/TRICIA LACASCIA PHOTOGRAPHY