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Hudson – A Hudson Master Plan Forum: Housing & Economic Development will be held Monday, Dec. 10, starting at 7 p.m., in the second floor auditorium at Hudson Town Hall, 78 Main St. What are Hudson’s goals in relation to its housing stock? How, where and what types of development should occur? What are the [...]
Hudson – (l to r) Luc Masse, 6, and his friends Madeline Toth, 6, and her brother, Andrew, 5, meet Santa Claus by the fireplace at the Hudson Senior Center during the 10th annual Hudson Downtown Holiday Stroll, presented Dec. 1 by the Hudson Business Association. In addition to Santa lighting the trees at the [...]
Hudson – It is easy to get jaded by the holidays each year, especially when stores barely get the Halloween candy off the shelves before the Christmas items take their place. But every so often, there is a story that reminds you it doesn’t really matter what you celebrate this time of year whether it is Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza, the winter solstice or just winter. Because deep down, we know material items don’t really matter. It’s the people in our lives that are important.
Recently members of the Hudson Lodge of Elks 959 shared a story that stresses that point. It seems like an old-fashioned Hollywood tale but Elks member Angela Govatsos ensures that it is 100 percent true.
Hudson – Harmony, Inc., an international and educational organization for women barbershop singers, held its International Chorus Contest Nov. 17 in Orlando, Fla., at the Hilton Lake Buena Vista Hotel. Women of Note, from Hudson, was one of 24 choruses from the U.S. and Canada who qualified to compete after coming in 4th place at [...]
Hudson – Elizabeth Joki, a seventh-grade science teacher, and her co-applicant, Brian Blake, of JFK Middle School, in Hudson, have received a $2,000 Student Achievement Grant from the NEA Foundation for students to participate in the conservation of the Blanding’s turtle, a threatened species in eastern Massachusetts. In collaboration with wildlife biologists, students will raise [...]
Hudson – The baseball career of Baseball Hall of Famer and Hudson native Wilbert Robinson will be the subject of the Hudson Historical Society meeting Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 7:30 p.m., at First Federated Church Hall. Wilbert Robinson, one of the first inductees into the Hall of Fame, was a major league catcher and, as [...]
Hudson – Promoting music and supporting a good cause are two passions for the Sullivan family of Hudson, and for their group, The Sullivan Studio Band.
For the last 10 years, Margaret Sullivan and her husband, Rob, have donated their time and effort to Relay for Life, a nonprofit organization and walk sponsored by the American Cancer Society. Margaret has volunteered on the committee that plans the event in Marlborough and Hudson, and served as an event chair one year.
Hudson – As per town of Hudson by-laws, there will be no parking on all town streets from Nov. 15 through April 1, 2012, between the hours of 12 a.m. and 7 a.m. All-night parking is prohibited in the municipal parking lots on South Street between the hours of 2 and 7 a.m. except those [...]
Marlborough/Hudson – Seventeen faith communities in Hudson and Marlborough are offering the public an hour of music, readings, and reflections, followed by refreshments and fellowship. The event will take place at an interfaith Thanksgiving celebration to be held Thursday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m., and includes a talk by Rabbi Scott Sokol of Temple Emanuel. [...]
Hudson – The town of Hudson will hold its annual Scouting for Food Drive Saturday, Nov. 10. The Hudson Scouts of the Troops 2, 35, 77, Venture Crew 21 and the Hudson Girls Scouts will be out picking up donated food left out for the drive. The bags should be outside the house by 9 [...]