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Hudson’s 40-37 loss at Mansfield High School sent a message: the Hawks don’t quit.
While many people randomly browse products on showroom shelves, Linda’s Decors travels to clients to offer at-home consultation and expertise.
It's almost Thanksgiving! Here are some holiday-related events happening around the region this weekend! Which one will you attend?
The proposed dog park in Hudson now has a determined location after the Park Commission voted on Nov. 8 that the park will be built at Sauta Fields.
The Hudson High School volleyball team fell in the MIAA Division 4 semi-finals against Ipswich on Nov. 14 3-1.
Parent and Chair of the SEPAC Cheryl Langill spoke in two capacities at the Oct. 25 School Committee meeting about the literacy curriculum.
Three local chambers of commerce paid tribute to local veterans at the American Heritage Museum on Nov. 9.
The work isn’t easy – Hoxhaj described being tempted by the smell of buttery croissants – but it’s worth it in the end.
The Hawks defeated the No.5 Lynnfield Pioneers, 28-13, in the quarterfinals to officially advance to the MIAA Division 6 semifinals.
The Highland City Striders recently donated $5,000 each to the Hudson Community Food Pantry and Marlborough Community Cupboard.
For the first time in program history, the Hudson High School volleyball team has reached the MIAA Division 4 semifinals.
Several local communities have recently received grants through the state’s Community One Stop for Growth program.
Assabet's second superintendent recalled his experiences as part of Assabet’s 50th anniversary building rededication on Nov. 3.
Repair of the Hudson Fire Station bell tower roof and main roof commenced on Oct. 30 and will take months to complete.
Across the region, communities will be holding ceremonies to commemorate Veterans Day. Some events begin as early as Nov. 9.
Superintendent Brian Reagan gave a brief overview of the upcoming budget season to the Hudson School Committee at its Oct. 24 meeting.
The service, the prices, the availability, the variety: It’s no wonder that Whitco is incredibly successful. The company has amassed thousands of loyal customers.
Four generations of the Precourt family gathered at Longfellow’s Wayside Inn, South Sudbury recently for a family reunion.