Hopedale High is considered a small school, but when it comes to track and field, the Blue Raiders have experienced giant-size success. A stunning example is Brandon Hall, one of Hopedale’s premier distance runners who’ll be competing for Division 1 Fordham University this... Read More
Vendors are invited to submit an application to the 38th Holliston Historical Society Annual Harvest Fair that will take place on September 23...Read More
The first Park Field Day celebration was held in 1902 and later named
“Day in the Park” with adults, children and civic groups getting...
In early 1848, a group of men and women from the Community of Hopedale, Massachusetts, a Socialist religious experiment founded six years earlier...Read More
It’s not too often that you find a team full of talented underclassmen on the varsity club that make a difference. In fact, it’s rather rare, but Hopedale Baseball Coach Josh Cresenzi had such a team this past season with three freshmen and an eighth grader, contributing on a...Read More
Last spring Hopedale took its six seed in the Division 3 Central Softball Tournament all the way to the top by dispatching of Maynard, Quaboag, Uxbridge and then Blackstone Valley for the Title before finally falling to Turner Falls, the eventual State Champion, in the State...Read More
When Rosemary Talbot became the girls tennis coach at Hopedale High, she and her players had several goals in mind. They wanted to keep improving, they wanted to win the Dual Valley Conference title, go unbeaten and experience success in the Division 3 Tournament.