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Boston Globe Report on MetroWest/Hopkinton
Report finds abundant strengths, pressing challenges in MetroWest and Hopkinton.
Bulletin with recent scams perpetrated on employees who have access to cash...from the Hopkinton Police Department. Who to contact if your employees receive a suspicious call or observe unusual or suspicious activity.
See full Bulletin here.
Life Science Boost for Hopkinton, June, 2019
Lykan Bioscience, Inc. Read more here
Hopkinton Chamber Endorses HPD Initiative!
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It is will great pleasure The Hopkinton Police Department announces that they are rolling out the Hopkinton Business Camera Registry (HBCA)
• This LINK is a letter explaining the program
• Click HERE to be brought to the online form to be used to collect registrations.
Hopkinton Tops List Of Safest Cities In America
CBS News Reports: The report, released by Safewise, a home safety review company, measured violent crime and property crime rates, as well as noting population and income figures.
Hopkinton, which jumped 72 places since last year, reported no violent crime and a property crime rate seven times lower than the national average. It has a population of 17,348 and a median income of $151,357.
Hopkinton dedicates DPW building
Hopkinton’s new 45,470-square-foot Department of Public Works Facility was dedicated Saturday morning in honor of Tom McIntyre, late owner of McIntyre Loam.
See Video here! (Curtesy of HopNews)
May 3, 2018 - The Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce hosted an appreciation breakfast and presented Custom Printed Valor Flags to Hopkinton DPW, Fire and Police to thank them for their service.
Watch video here.
Curtesy of HCAM
Scott Richardson, President of Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce talks about how the Chamber is changing.
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Curtesy of HCAM
Chamber works with local downtown businesses in advance of Downtown Corridor Project.
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HopChamber Featured Businesses
HopChamber Featured Businesses Video
Matt Colleran of Hiller's Shark Tank explains the year-long educational program that is open to all high school students. Teens create teams or work as individuals and then pitch their entity to a local panel of "sharks" for the chance to win prize money and scholarships. Matt also discusses how local businesses have been instrumental in their success.