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Rimkus: The Debs celebrate 50th anniversary; Hudson Catholic Class of 1973 reunite

This week in Hudson history: Hudson Poly Bag Factory Outlet Store, 578 Main St., had a sale on heavy-duty plastic bags.

Local residents taking part in Jimmy Fund Walk

Local residents will be taking part in the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk, presented by Hyundai, on Sunday, Oct. 1.

Rimkus: Hudson dance studio marks 25th anniversary

“Dance On” dance studio, 145 Main St., which marked its 25th anniversary this year, won multiple awards for original performances.

Marlborough police assist in regional drug bust

Marlborough assisted in an investigation that led to arrests and the seizure of thousands of dollars’ worth of drugs, jewelry and vehicles.
Barbara M. Saide

Barbara M. Saide, 93, of Westborough

Barbara M. Saide, of Westborough, passed away peacefully on Monday, September 5, 2022.

Rimkus: Longtime DPW employee retires, HHS baseball field to be dedicated to Hugo Guidotti

Richard “Dick” Constantine retired on April 5 after 36.5 years with the Hudson Department of  Public Works. 

Community-wide yard sale to benefit Friends of Grafton Elders (FOGE)

Grafton - Treasures in the Trunk, a community-wide yard sale to benefit Friends of Grafton Elders (FOGE) will take place Saturday, May 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Grafton High School parking lot, 24 Providence Road.

Friends of the Grafton Elders to host fundraising luncheon

Grafton - The late Winnie Paul, one of the founders of Friends of the Grafton Elders (FOGE, pronounced fou-gee), will be honored at a fundraising luncheon celebrating the group’s 35th birthday. Sixteen members of Paul’s family plan to attend the event, which will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, starting at 12 p.m., at Hunter’s Grille & Tap at the Grafton Inn, 25 Grafton Center.

Grafton lawyer sets example through volunteering

Grafton - Lawyer Heather Trudell has almost made a second career of her volunteer work in Grafton, where she lives with her husband Mike and two young children. She holds an appointed position on the Grafton Conservation Commission, is a board member of the Friends of Grafton Elders, and recently became treasurer of the South Grafton Parent-Teacher Organization (K-6).