News Archive

Resilience Fitness Re-Opening

contribute's picture

Resilience Fitness (formerly known as Resilience CrossFit)
45 R South St. | Hopkinton, MA

At Resilience, we will treat you as family, work tirelessly to help get you stronger, healthier, and fit-ter, while having an amazingly fun time, so you can pursue and crush your life goals and passions.

Spilka Nominee Chosen for 2020 Commonwealth Heroines Award

contribute's picture

On Wednesday, June 24, 2020, the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of women will recognize Catherine Sugarman of Holliston with its 2020 Commonwealth Heroines Award.

Senate President Karen E. Spilka recommended Sugarman for this award because of her outstanding efforts in the area of substance use disorder, through her position as Prevention and Outreach Program Manager for the Town of Natick’s Department of Public Health. Sugarman will be honored with the other Commonwealth Heroines for her outstanding contributions to her community.

Senate President Spilka Announces Appointments to COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force

contribute's picture

Today, Senate President Karen E. Spilka announced her appointments to the COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force.

Town Election Candidates.. On Special 90 Minute Edition of the Hangout Hour!

tom's picture

Our next edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour takes place on Wednesday, June 24th 2020 at 2pm and we have a special 90 minute edition! In the first segment, we will talk with Select Board Candidate, Amy Ritterbusch, in the 2nd segment, Select Board Candidate John Countinho and then at 3pm we talk with Planning Board Candidate, Sundar Sivaraman along with his Wife who is a Board of Library Trustees Candidate, Meena Kaushik.

Watch Now: Teaching During Pandemic and School Committee.. On the Hangout Hour!

tom's picture

The 63rd edition of the Hopkinton Hangout Hour took place on Tuesday, June 23rd at 2pm. In the episode, we talked with Hopkins School Teacher, Marie Clark and School Committee Candidate, Lya Batlle-Rafferty.

James Lawrence DeWolfe, 76

contribute's picture

James Lawrence DeWolfe dies at the age of 76 after a long battle with cancer. He is survived by his brother Paul and sister-in-law Nancy of Hopkinton, MA, niece Michelle of Broomfield, CO, nephew Scott of Oakland, CA, and long time companion Nina Leblanc of Wellesley. He was born on May 19, 1944, in Framingham, MA. His friends call him Jim, and his family called him Uncle Jim.

Weather Trends in Hopkinton: June 15, 2020 - June 21, 2020

tom's picture

According to the DPW weather station, the highest temperature reached in Hopkinton June 15th-21st 2020 was 92.0 degrees, the lowest was 44.7 degrees. Average temperature during the week in Hopkinton was 70.9 degrees. Humidity was at an average of 69%, the peak was 97% while the lowest was 32%. Rain accumulated 0.00 inches last week. You can see all the averages for Hopkinton below and be on the lookout for future weather updates in Hopkinton.

Hopkinton Girl Scouts Focus on Vaping Epidemic for Silver Award

contribute's picture

Vaping has become a huge problem for teens nationwide and to date, over 68 deaths have been confirmed in 30 states. For their Girl Scout Silver Award, Hopkinton Girl Scouts from Troop 65294 chose to focus on the dangers of vaping in adolescents. The girls hope to educate the parents and students in their community to create awareness and encourage changes in their behavior.

The Hopkinton Cultural Council announces the 2020/2021 slate of officers.

contribute's picture

One the June 18th meeting of the Hopkinton Cultural Council that was held virtually the committee unanimously elected a new slate of officers which include:
Chair- Ilana Cassady
Treasurer- Jonathan Meltzer
Secretary and HPS Schools’ Liaison- Laura Stacey
PR Coordinator- Darlene Hayes
Membership Coordinator- Christine Enos
Grantee Reception Coordinator- Rick Jacobs

Statement from Senate President Spilka on Allston Multimodal Project

contribute's picture

“I have long believed the Allston Multimodal Project should be viewed through a regional lens because its impacts will ripple throughout the Commonwealth. More specifically, I remain concerned about its effects on MetroWest residents. This morning, I reiterated those concerns to the Administration ahead of today’s presentation.


Subscribe to HCAM News