Winter Stroll - Click on picture to see more.
Distribution center project. Click on picture for more.

My son and I took these pictures on the night of December 1, from the third floor of my house on Inman Street. From here it appeared that the show was taking place over Hopedale Pond, but actually it was over Lake Nipmuc.

Words first in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary in 1973.

When she was a teen, Marge jumped off the Hope Street bridge onto the top of a boxcar. Years later, when working at a Milford bank, she skied to work after a heavy snowfall. Click on her picture to read about Marge.

Click on the map to go to a page about the Hopedale Village Historic District, which was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. Click here to see a page about the proposal for a local historic district made in 2018.

Click on article to go to Little Red Shop Restoration Menu.
Click on the headline to see the article.
Dutcher Street in 1909. Message below.
Click above to go to the paper.
A high school play, back when the audience would fill the town hall.
From localtownpages-Hopedale.
Click on the picture to go to Hopedale in 2009 on YouTube.
Porta-potty perspective.

The house on Jackson Way appears to be what used to be called the Harel House. It was originally built as the home of Dana and Laird Osgood. In the late 1940s it was purchased by the Lacy family where they sold furniture, etc., under the name Harel House. Click on the clipping to read about it.


Hopedale in December 2023

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