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YART, Yard sale scheduled for June 1

The Friends of the Hudson Public Library will be hosting the 2024 YART and Yard Sale on June 1 between 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Rimkus: Greg Opp honored for 40 years of service

Hudson High School Class of 1974 will mark its 50th reunion Saturday, April 27 at Embassy Suites, Marlborough, 5-10 p.m.

Climate Cafe to discuss electric vehicles

Green Hudson will be holding its next Climate Cafe entitled “Everything You Need to Know About EVs” on March 26.

Rep. Hogan’s office offers summer internships

Rep. Kate Hogan’s (D-Stow) office is accepting applications for its summer internship program for high school and college students.

Craft and vendor fair set for March 23

The Junior Boosters Spring Craft and Vendor Fair will take place on Saturday, March 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hudson High School.

Rimkus: Main Street Bank awards grant to ARC

“This eliminates financial barriers to getting help and offers complete confidentiality." Read more about Hudson here.
Work to remove lead paint in Hudson’s town hall was set to begin on Aug. 16. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Hudson Democrats to hold caucus

Registered Democrats in Hudson will hold a caucus on March 13, to elect delegates and alternates to the Massachusetts Democratic Convention. 

Camera club to present ‘A Murmur in the Trees’

On Wednesday, March 6, the Assabet Valley Camera Club will host Suzanne Révy, a photographer, writer and educator.

Recycling topic of next Climate Cafe

Green Hudson's next Climate Café will be held on Feb. 27. The topic will be “Are your recycling efforts going to waste?”

Rimkus: Wartime rations history comes to Hudson Historical Society

What's going on in Hudson recently? Read Rosemary Rimkus's column this week for all the latest happenings in town.

Nomination papers available for Hudson town election

Michael D. Burks has pulled nomination papers for another term on the board. Two other residents – Steven C. Sharek and Herman Kabakoff – have also pulled papers.

Wood, Riverside parks get new playgrounds

“It’s a traditional-looking playground: six-and-a-half swings. There’s two belt swings. There’s a mom-and-me swing.”
The Hudson Senior Center is expecting to have its COVID-19 reopening process largely completed by the end of the year. Photo/Dakota Antelman

Help create items for senior center’s gift shop

Help create handcrafted items such as aprons, placemats, knit and crochet, needle arts, bird houses, small paintings, bowl cozies, and baby bibs.

Troop 77 donates hats, gloves and socks to veterans

“I can’t thank you enough for doing what you did, and I appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. These will go to some very needy people,” he said.

Rep. Hogan to hold February office hours

Rep. Kate Hogan (D-Stow) will be holding office hours on Friday, Feb. 16 between 11 a.m. and noon at the Hudson Senior Center

Rimkus: Over 100 Hometown Hero banners to be hung

Families and friends of local veterans have responded promptly to the Hometown Heroes project and 102 banners will soon be hanging publicly

Elder law attorneys group honors Rep. Kate Hogan

MassNAELA honored several individuals for their advocacy of elder services and their commitment to raising awareness of legal issues.

Hudson charity kickball tournament to benefit 13-year-old

The 21st annual Snowflake Charity Kickball Tournament will take place on Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Hudson Elks.

Rimkus: Century-old building occupied by Patriot Ambulance for sale

The landmark building at 23 Park St., now occupied by Patriot Ambulance, and originally built for Hudson Boy Scouts in 1923, is for sale.

Learn the importance of curbside composting at Climate Café

The café will be Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. at the community room at Avidia Financial Center at 17 Pope Street.