Fall in all its glory is on display now at Stony Brook!

Early Morning Birds: Tuesdays in October through the 22nd from 7 to 8:30 a.m. Fall brings a variety of birds to Stony Brook as migrants begin their journey back from the north. Take a morning stroll with Doug Williams and/or Jack Lash in search...

Christopher Tremblay, Staff Sports Writer

Hopedale first year coach Leaha Siefring is hoping that she can help guide the Blue Raiders girls’ soccer to a better record than the team had last fall. Hopedale finished last year with a 2-18 record while also saying goodbye to six impact...

KEN HAMWEY Staff Sports Writer

The Hopedale High boys soccer team has a variety of strengths and one of those assets could play a vital role as the Blue Raiders set their sights on achieving three objectives during the 2019 season.
“We want to qualify for the tournament...

Linda Hixon

Mary Jackman Colburn has been claimed by Minnesota as the first woman to give a woman’s rights address in the state, and rightfully so. Mary was a trailblazer – a teacher, a poet, a writer, an abolitionist and a feminist, she was everything a...

Linda Hixon
A Walking tour of the Hopedale Village Cemetery

Several members of the Draper family built mausoleums in Hopedale Village Cemetery, starting with George Draper and ranging through his son the general, his son the governor, and his son and grandson, both of whom ran his company. And each...

Kate Poitras, Hopedale Di Town Coordinator
Hopedale Destination Imagination Is Kicking Off Its 20Th Year

Hopedale Destination Imagination is currently forming teams for the 2019-2020 season and welcomes interested students, and their adult volunteers, to join in the fun. Hopedale Destination Imagination is a unique, team-centered, extra-curricular...

Christopher Tremblay, Staff Sports Writer

Unfortunately, a good number of the Pan Mass Challenge riders are participating in the charity event because they have lost someone in some aspect to cancer. The Tahmoush’s of Hopedale is one such family that has been hit by cancer and are now...

Linda Hixon

In 1837, Reverend Elijah Lovejoy published an article in his anti-slavery newspaper about the killing of a free black man. Francis McIntosh, himself accused in a killing, was grabbed by a crowd and burned, something Lovejoy described as an “...

Lori J. Koller

The week of July 24, 2019, the Hopedale Cooperstown team made their journey to Cooperstown to compete in baseball games at a venue that promotes a high caliber of play! All players twelve years and under, “experience the purity of baseball as it...

Vendors and Artists Sought

The Hopedale Cultural Council is busy planning the 40th annual Day in the Park for Saturday, September 14. Artists, crafters, civic organizations, and Hopedale businesses are invited to participate.  Art show and vendor applications are available...

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