Annelise Brookes

Hopkinton Police Incident Log For October 23, 2023

This week in our chaotic neighborhood: hit and runs are aplenty, rogue piles of dirt halting transportation & sneaky individuals approach homes akin to bad ninjas on camera. We've been spooked with friendly "BOOed" notes and surprise candy. Random items uncovered include a bike, medication, and a money jar (no treasure map, sadly). Erratic drivers continue to charm us while cheeky kids takeover lobbies. Last, but not least, we see mysterious swans and stolen packages making Hopkinton a peculiar sitcom episode.

Hopkinton Police Incident Log for October 10, 2023

A woman is confused for a man, a 911 caller battles with a leech, and a blast at the LNG plant sends the Fire Department responding.

Whitehall State Park Fall Clean Up Scheduled

Friends of Whitehall are hosting their annual fall trail cleanup on Saturday, October 21. All are welcome.

Restoration Series Art Exhibit Opens in October

Artist Theresa Marie Buck opens her restoring and renewing art show on October 27...

Hopkinton Real Estate Transactions for October 3, 2023

The most expensive house this week sold for $1,065,000 on Primrose Circle with several...

Hopkinton Public Library takes on Book Banning with Read-In

The Hopkinton Public Library with be hosting a read-in at the Town Common on Thursday, October 5 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm.

Hopkinton Police Incident Log for September 12, 2023

Some days with many incidents and others with none, this week there were multiple...

PolyArts Festival at the Common this Weekend

PolyArts Festival will be held on Saturday, September 9, 10 am – 4 pm...

Sandy Beach’s Summer Comes to a Close

The Parks and Recreation Department and Hopkinton Health Department are announcing the end of...

Hopkinton Police Incident Log for September 6, 2023

Several motor vehicle accidents, and a small dog perishes after a coyote attack.

Community Preservation Committee Accepting Applications

The Hopkinton Community Preservation Committee Accepting Applications for project ideas.

Project 351 Students to hold a 9/11 Tribute Service at the High School

Hopkinton Project 351 will hold a 9/11 Tribute Service with a stone garden and a moment of silence at Hopkinton High School to honor and remember everyone lost during the attacks on September 11, 2001.