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Here are five exciting events that are happening around the region this weekend, including the "Recycle Your Junk" fundrasier.
Big changes could be ahead for the systems that manage Hudson’s financial and human resources departments.
Gov. Maura Healey signed the $56-billion state budget, which included $172 million in secured funding for universal school lunches.
Town Meeting approved the Hudson DPW project in May, and on Sept. 11, the Select Board approved a contract with Helene Karl Architects.
Brian Reagan may be stepping into the role of Hudson superintendent of schools, but it is not the first time he has served the community.
About 50 relatives and friends of Hudson resident Betty Percuoco celebrated her 95th birthday at Dino’s Ristorante in Worcester Saturday evening.
Ransford Pest Technicians are experienced individuals, but perhaps more importantly they’re extremely friendly and easy to work with.
Parades, pie eating contests, talent shows – welcome to Spirit of Shrewsbury. There's also plenty of fun outside of Shrewsbury!
Proposed changes to the town’s tobacco regulations are moving forward after they were approved by the Board of Health on Sept. 12.
Crews responded to a report of a plane crash of a Nieuport 28 at the American Heritage Museum on Sept. 17.
The housing market can be overwhelming, but MA Homes LLC is here to make it easier.
Here are five events happening around the region this weekend! There's lots of fun to be had!
The Celebrate Hudson Committee has announced that their event has been canceled. Celebrate Hudson had been scheduled for Sept. 16.
Hudson school Superintendent Brian Reagan said that the Hudson Public Schools had a “very strong opening” Aug. 30.
The sunshine and warm weather was perfect for the annual Water Carnival sponsored by the Lake Boon Association.
On Monday, Sept. 11, Marlborough and Hudson joined the rest of the nation in commemorating the 22nd anniversary of the terrorist attacks
Walk around the main space inside the former Army National Guard Armory, and you can almost hear the shoes squeaking along the floor.