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Marlborough/Hudson event benefits American Cancer Society 

The Relay for Life of Marlborough/Hudson took place on Saturday at Marlborough’s Ward Park raising money for the American Cancer Society.

Festivalgoers and ‘lucky ducks’ return to downtown Hudson

Two popular long-running events returned to downtown Hudson on Saturday after a two-year hiatus due to pandemic restrictions.

Juneteenth event planned in Hudson

Hudson’s second Juneteenth event this year will feature a sidewalk parade march, speeches and more on June 20 from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Downtown Hudson showcases performing and visual arts at ArtsFest

Hudson's Main Street once again showcased the performing and visual arts on June 4 as part of the third ArtsFest.

Rimkus: Retired priest celebrates 50th anniversary of ordination, HHS grad earns doctorate

Rev. Ronald Calhoun (Fr. Ron), retired priest of St. Michael Parish, observed the 50th anniversary of his ordination last month.

Memorial Day parade, ceremony return to Hudson

Hudson's traditional Memorial Day parade and ceremony returned on Monday to the downtown area after two years of COVID-19 disruptions.

Region plans 2022 Memorial Day observances

Area communities are all gearing up for Memorial Day observances on Monday as many welcome a return to more traditional parades.

Hudson artist to showcase paintings

The paintings of local artist Judith-Grace Miller will be on display at the Bolton Public Library during the month of June. 

Green Hudson hosts Climate Education and Action Summit 

Green Hudson held a Climate Education and Action Summit on Saturday, showcasing presentations and interactive conversations.

Rimkus: HHS holds senior prom, local artist exhibits art

HUDSON - I was lucky to have a get-away vacation in Tucson, Az., and Gila, New Mexico with daughter, Julie and spouse, Camille.  At their...

Hudson group to host Climate Education and Action Summit on May 21

Green Hudson will hold a Climate Education and Action Summit on Saturday, May 21 from 3 to 5 p.m. in Hudson.

ArtsFest Hudson to return for third year 

Plans are underway for ArtsFest Hudson to return to the downtown area for a third year after a two-year hiatus due to pandemic restrictions.

Hudson woman grateful for successful kidney donation after chance meeting in Target parking lot

Long awaited and once delayed, a kidney donation surgery involving a pair of local residents went forward successfully on Tuesday.

Boston 25 to host Zip Trip broadcast in Hudson

Hudson will get a day in the TV spotlight this summer as part of Boston 25's annual Zip Trip series. The broadcasts run live.

Rimkus: Walking team continues fundraising to fight MS, HHS grad runs first marathon

The Hudson-based “Team Nancy” competed in its 28th annual MS Walk on Sunday, April 24 in Concord, raising $15,000.

New historical mural depicts migration from Portugal to Hudson

A historical mural depicting Portuguese descendants’ migration to Hudson was then installed on Aug. 26 in the downtown area.
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Missing Marlborough teen found, family reunited

A Marlborough teen, missing since last Friday, has been found, her parents said on Thursday night. This capped a week-long search.

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. 

Kids playfully learn engineering at Hudson library

Kids on their April school vacation enjoyed discovering the result of linking STEAM concepts at an event at the Hudson Public Library.

Toastmasters club resumes in-person meetings at new location in Hudson

The local 3Talkers Toastmaster Club has resumed public meetings, moving from the Marlborough Corporate Center to the Landing at Hudson Mills.