Hopkinton Area Land Trust Offering $1,000 scholarship

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The Hopkinton Area Land Trust would like to offer up to a $1000 scholarship to a graduating high school student or students from the town of Hopkinton whose intent is to major in conservation, ecology, natural resources / wildlife management, or the environmental sciences. Check out for details. Deadline is early April. Winners will be informed by the end of April.

Marathon Fund Committee awarding six $1500 scholarships

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The Marathon Fund Committee will be awarding six - $1,500 scholarships, to graduating high school seniors who are residents of Hopkinton.

Applications are now available at the Select Board/Town Manager’s office in the Town Hall, the guidance department at Hopkinton High School, on the Town website at, or by calling the Select Board/Town Manager’s office at 508-497-9701.

Watch Now: 2023 Hopkinton Lunar New Year celebration takes place at Hopkinton High School

By Tom Nappi, News Director

A 2023 Lunar New Year celebration took place at Hopkinton High School sponsored by several local organizations. The event featured song, dance and a terrific and entertaining display of Chinese culture and arts.

View segment below and full program at our youtube page.

Hopkinton Police and Public Schools Remind Community of Social Host Liability

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Police Chief Joseph Bennett, Hopkinton Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Carol Cavanaugh and High School Principal Evan Bishop wish to remind Hopkinton residents about the state's social host law.

Social Host Liability is the legal term for the responsibility of a person who furnishes liquor to a guest. A Social Host is anyone who is in control of the premises and who furnishes alcohol or allows it to be consumed on those premises.

Hopkinton Lions Club Held Annual Youth Speech Contest

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Several local Hopkinton High School students participated in the Hopkinton Lions Club Youth Speech Contest. The event took place on December 6th at HCAM – Hopkinton Community Access & Media. The event was recorded at the local TV studio and will be broadcast at a later date. The topic for this year’s competition was “Environmental Crisis: Fact or Fiction”. Students were judged on content, delivery and timing of each speech. A total of six High School students participated in the competition.