Governor's Emergency Order: Governor Baker has issued an emergency order requiring all businesses and organizations that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” to close their physical workplaces and facilities to workers, customers and the public as of Tuesday, March 24th at noon until Tuesday, April 7th at noon. These businesses are encouraged to continue operations remotely.

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Massachusetts has been approved for federal disaster loan assistance from the Small Business Administration. The disaster declaration makes SBA assistance available in the entire state of Massachusetts; and the contiguous counties in neighboring states. More info here.

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The Massachusetts Department of Public Health

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US Chamber of Commerce
Quick Take: Coronavirus' Economic Impact

Today, it’s too early to determine the long-term impact on supply chains, manufacturing, and the American economy. Given the importance of consumer spending to the American economy, much will depend on the confidence of the American public.


For the business community specifically, the CDC has issued a guide for employers to respond to the virus. Recommendations include: actively encouraging sick employees to stay home, flexible policies that permit employees to stay home to care for a sick family member, and respiratory etiquette and hand hygiene.

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Current Local News
  • Main Street Corridor Project
>March 10, 2020: Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Receive Main St. Corridor Proj. Update
>Feb. 2020: Main Street Corridor Project Update
  • Covid-19. Guidance for Businesses an Employers
  • Town of Hopkinton Health Dept. Press Release
  • Boston Globe Report on MetroWest/Hopkinton
    Report finds abundant strengths, pressing challenges in MetroWest and Hopkinton. Click here.
  • 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!
  •           LISTEN (Courtesy of WGBH)

    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!  (Courtesy of HopNews)



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HopChamber News

  • 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.
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  • Scott Richardson, Previous President of Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce talks about how the Chamber is changing.
    Watch video here
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  • Chamber works with local downtown businesses in advance of Downtown Corridor Project. 
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​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.


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