Hopkinton's Marathon Footprint

Memories and Reflections from the 118th Boston Marathon

By Michelle Murdock, Freelance Writer

What is your favorite Boston Marathon memory? Have you lived in Hopkinton for many years and attended every start? Do you have a special experience or a number of events that you think about when you think back to the different races over the years? Do you remember the start way back when, or are you more recently involved with the events of Marathon Monday in Hopkinton. Here is a look back at memories and reflections from the 118th Boston Marathon in 2014.

Video: John Coutinho talks BAA and 26.2 Foundation Effort to help St. Vincent's Hospital

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Select Board Vice-Chair, John Coutinho talks about the Boston Athletic Association and 26.2 Foundation effort to help out St. Vincent's Hospital. John along with volunteers helped provide BAA Marathon rain poncho gear to the hospital to be used as protective medical gear. View the interview and read more below!

Video: Select Board Vice-Chair, John Coutinho talks Boston Marathon Postponement

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Hopkinton Select Board Vice Chair, John Coutinho was at the Mayors office in Boston this morning to help announce the Boston Marathon has been postponed to Monday, September 14th due to the Coronavirus threat. He dropped by the HCAM studios to tell us about the postponement.

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Hopkinton, MA: A Special Place to Start

By Michelle Murdock, Freelance Writer

Hopkinton is the start line of the world famous Boston Marathon, but does that make is special in the marathoning world? We know it’s special to the residents of Hopkinton, many of whom watch, volunteer, or run the marathon year after year, but what about some of the well-known runners who came here to begin their 26.2 mile journey to the finish line? What do they think? How does Hopkinton compare to other start lines? To find out, read on and hear what they have to say.