Month: November 2015

CVS Signage at Design Review Board 11/17

CVS Signage at Design Review Board 11/17

Polyant Signs Inc, working on behalf of CVS Pharmacy, has submitted an application for Sign Design Review by Hopkinton’s Design Review Board.  The Board will be meeting on this topic on Tuesday, November 17 in Town Hall Room 211. The meeting begins at 7:30pm, with the […]






Library Moving to South Street During Renovation

Library Moving to South Street During Renovation

According to an article in the Metrowest Daily News “The Planning Board gave its OK to the town’s $11.8 million library renovation and expansion project Monday night, after debating landscaping and a $16,000 per year deal for the town to use part of the St. John […]






Renovated Hopkinton Center for the Arts Now Open

Renovated Hopkinton Center for the Arts Now Open

The newly renovated Hopkinton Center for the Arts is now open and recently raised more than $125,000 at the Lights Up – Opening Night fundraising celebration. Funds raised from the event have brought the HCA within close reach of its $1.9 million dollar Capital Campaign goal, which will allow the HCA to complete […]






New School Vote – Results & Next Steps

New School Vote – Results & Next Steps

Question 1 – New Elementary School PASSES Yes 1211 No 431 After passing both the Special Town Meeting and Special Town Election votes by overwhelming majorities, the new elementary school has kicked off into the next phase– design development. During the design development phase, the Elementary […]






Indoor Recreactional Facility – Results

Indoor Recreactional Facility – Results

Question 2 – Indoor Recreational Facility PASSES Yes 873 (53%) No 761 Stay tuned for the next eHop blog to learn about the next steps for this project…






Vote Monday – New School and Parks & Rec Facility

Vote Monday – New School and Parks & Rec Facility

All Hopkinton precincts vote at the Middle School. Polls are open 7:00am-8:00pm on Monday, November 9. There are two debt-exclusion ballot questions. Although voters at the October 26 Special Town Meeting voted to borrow money for both the new school and the parks and recreation […]