13 Facts About Hopkinton Massachusetts


Hopkinton Massachusetts was named for an early colonist of Connecticut, Edward Hopkins, who left a large sum of money to be invested in land in New England, the proceeds of which were to be used for the benefit of Harvard University.

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Hopkinton Massachusetts is 17 miles east of Worcester, 26 miles west of Boston, and 195 miles from New York City.

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Climate in Hopkinton Massachusetts tends to be hot and humid during the summer, with daily high temperatures averaging in the 80s.

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Between the 2010 census and 2020 census, Hopkinton Massachusetts was the fastest-growing community in Greater Boston.

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Since its incorporation in 1715, Hopkinton Massachusetts has retained its original Open Town Meeting form of government.

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Hopkinton Massachusetts has 14 counties which were regional administrative districts before the Revolutionary War.

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Town of Hopkinton Massachusetts has a public school system which serves students from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade.

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Since residents approved the Center School Feasibility Study in May 2008, Hopkinton had been involved in an Elementary School Building Project with the Massachusetts School Building Authority.

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Hopkinton Massachusetts is the corporate headquarters of Dell EMC, a global manufacturer of software and systems for information management and storage.

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Hopkinton Massachusetts is served by two interstate highways and two state highways.

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Hopkinton Massachusetts is served by the Southborough MBTA Station, located on the border of Hopkinton Massachusetts and Southborough on Route 85 at Southville Road.

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Hopkinton Massachusetts has a PEG television network known as HCAM, which controls two channels.

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Town of Hopkinton Massachusetts established a historical commission which manages "the preservation, protection and development of the historical or archeological assets of such city or town".

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