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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.

Rimkus: Developers begin construction on luxury home complex, couple celebrates 50th anniversary

Toll Brothers home builders have begun construction of 64-luxury homes as part of a development off Chestnut Street. 

Rimkus: Thomas ‘Tuck’ Walsh recalls history of Tuck’s Service Station

Thomas “Tuck” Walsh traced the history of Tuck’s Service Station at the meeting of the Hudson Historical Society.

Rimkus: Hudson police Sgt. retires; Hudson Trivia game identified

Det. Sgt. Chris Shea retired after 34 years on the Hudson Police Force. He was honored at the station that day with a retirement recognition.

Symphony Pro Musica plans upcoming show

Symphony Pro Musica’s second show of its current season is now scheduled to take place this weekend at HHS and at Mechanics Hall.

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. 

Hudson’s Fresh Start Furniture Bank celebrates ARPA funding amid surge in demand

HUDSON - Fresh Start Furniture Bank in Hudson celebrated a boost of federal money with local legislators and volunteers on Saturday. This check presentation came...

Hudson Community Garden gears up for 2022 season

The Hudson Community Garden is gearing up for its eleventh season spent serving the community this spring. 

Area group works to support, encorage individuals with disabilities

An area group with local connections is continuing its work as a social and educational group for individuals with disabilities. 

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...

Sarah Cressy honored on 35th anniversary of Chamber of Commerce role

HUDSON - State Rep. Kate Hogan honored longtime Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce CEO and President Sarah Cressy last week with a citation and...
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Grateful senior citizens in Hudson

We want to publicly thank the Hudson Fire Department for the services provided to the senior residents living here at the Esplanade Condo Association...

Rimkus: Resident pens first novel, longtime mailman retires

Hudson resident Andrea M. Erickson’s first novel was released by Xlibris publishers earlier this month. The novel is semi-autographical.

UPDATE: Woman found safe after Hudson police seek help in search

UPDATE: This post has been updated to note that Carol Demaria has been found safe. HUDSON - Hudson police have located a missing women after...

Hudson Fest to make return after COVID-19 hiatus

HUDSON - The Assabet Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce is bringing back its Annual Hudson Fest this year after a two-year hiatus. The chamber is...