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Hudson candidate profiles: Glenn Maston – School Committee

HUDSON – Hudson is gearing up for its 2021 municipal elections on May 10. As voters get set to head to the polls, the...

Hudson marks its 23rd fall community festival

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer HUDSON – After last year’s hiatus due to pandemic restrictions, Hudson Recreation hosted its 23rd fall community festival, which...

Hudson family celebrates return of stolen dinosaur

HUDSON – Hudson’s John Cannistraro woke up this past Sunday to find wooden boards strewn across his yard.  Rexy, the wire dinosaur who had sat...

World War II tank demonstration comes to American Heritage Museum

HUDSON - The American Heritage Museum will be holding its World War II tank demonstration next weekend. Visitors will be able to see some of...
Man in uniform looking up at man holding American flag while leaning out of a fire truck window.

Hudson holds Veterans Day parade, ceremony 

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor HUDSON - Community members enjoyed the return of Hudson’s Veterans Day parade along South Street and Main Street, Nov. 11. The parade...
Greg Kojoyian (far left) plays bass alongside vocalists at Hudson’s Wood Park Music Shell during The Midtown Horns concert. (Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.)

Hudson Cultural Council considers communication, program changes after survey

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - The Hudson Cultural Council unveiled some of the results from its most recent online survey at its meeting...
The Hudson Senior Center is expecting to have its COVID-19 reopening process largely completed by the end of the year. Photo/Dakota Antelman

Hudson Senior Center balancing return to normal with ‘Delta surge’

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - The Hudson Senior Center is preparing to phase in some in-person events, though safety remains a primary concern.  Some...
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.

Hudson couple share passion for taking pictures

By Serena Domolky Howlett, Contributing Writer REGION - “It was the M&M’s that brought us together,” quipped Maureen Mathieson, with obvious pleasure.  The year was 2000....

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.

Rimkus: Resident named Patriots fan of the year, bird count adds two new species...

HUDSON - Hudson’s “Buddy” Martin, 49 years a New England Patriots season ticket holder, received the “Bank of America 2021 Fan of the Year”...

UPDATE: Region notes more winter weather after Friday snowfall

UPDATE: This post has been updated to include new information from the National Weather Service, MassDOT and the State Police about the impacts of...

Rimkus: Farm hosts horse show finals; resident earns recognition for calligraphy art 

HUDSON - Maple Grove Horse Farm at 181 Central Street hosted the International Equestrian Association Regional horse show finals on Feb. 6.  Qualified riders from...

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.
Nathalie Ahearn (front, left) celebrates her 95th birthday with (front, right) her brother Paul Martel and (back, l to r) her children Jeff, Nelly, Christine, Steve and Mark. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Hudson family parties with their ’95 and fabulous’ Nathalie Ahearn

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer  HUDSON – As the birthday party guest of honor, Nathalie Ahearn donned a tiara accessorized with a sash proclaiming...
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Dignity Matters nonprofit gears up for auction

REGION - Dignity Matters, a nonprofit that provides free menstrual care, underwear and bras to 10,000 women in Greater Boston every month, announced that...

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.

Swan family enjoys Hudson pond

HUDSON - A photographer in Hudson recently captured an image of a swan shepherding its cygnets through Bruce’s Pond near downtown.  The body of water...

Rimkus: Search ongoing for creators of old board game, town marks major retirements

A “Hudson Trivia" board game was compiled by teachers and students at a local school. Now, a search is on to learn its origin. 

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.