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The Hudson Legion Post 100 baseball team fell to Milford on Thursday on the road at Fino Field in Milford. The loss snaps a Hudson win-streak.
“It’s a huge honor,” Fahey said. “It’s a huge honor for our school and for Hudson.”
In this week's edition read Council nears vote on Alta development
Community members in Hudson and Marlborough now have a new weekend travel option thanks to a new curb-to-curb microtransit program.
Hudson resident John Glynn, who turned 90 on June 13th, celebrated at The Capital Grille in Burlington with his wife.
An Intel official on Thursday confirmed company plans to sell its 149-acre research and development site at 75 Reed Road in Hudson.
Ground Effect Brewing Co. in Hudson is closing this week after three and a half years of business on Main Street in town.
People gathered in front of the Unitarian Church on Main Street in Hudson after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last Friday.
Increased water and sewer rates are on the horizon for Hudson residents following a vote by the Select Board earlier this month.
In this week's edition read Hudson vigil reacts to overturning of Roe v. Wade
Avidia Bank has announced that President and CEO Mark O’Connell will retire in May of next year, capping a 35-year career with the bank.
Several dozen high school student athletes were recently honored as MidWach League all-stars following the spring sports season.
The Hudson Post 100 American Legion Baseball team defeated Northborough on Thursday, securing a narrow 2-1 victory on the road.
Recent Hudson High School graduate Brooke LaVache last month received a college scholarship from Teamsters Local 25.
In this week's edition read Festivalgoers and ‘lucky ducks’ return to downtown Hudson
The Relay for Life of Marlborough/Hudson took place on Saturday at Marlborough’s Ward Park raising money for the American Cancer Society.
Two popular long-running events returned to downtown Hudson on Saturday after a two-year hiatus due to pandemic restrictions.
Rimkus: Presentation recalls history of Medusa Brewing Company, residents enjoy cruise on Viking ship
Hudson residents Mike and Mary Walling enjoyed a Danube River Cruise aboard the Viking ship “Vilhjam” in May.
History is at your fingertips everywhere you look in the American Heritage Museum in Hudson, which traces centuries of American conflicts.
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.