How can the Community Advocate help you promote your business?
There's so much to be excited about in Central Massachusetts! Here are several events happening this weekend.
The Conservation Commission hosted an information session on Oct. 25 about the proposed Wetlands Protection Bylaw.
Yankee Golden Retriever Rescue held their “Fall for Goldens Festival," inviting community members to the organization’s facility on Chapin Rd
They agreed that every day is a surprise. Costa said what they have to respond to depends on what is going on in the world.
Checkerboards has Italian roots, but the restaurant serves many different types of cuisine.
Happy hallo-weekend! There's so much Halloween and fall fun happening around the region this weekend! Here are 12 things to do.
The Hudson Police Department recently received its accreditation from the state, the Hudson Select Board learned at its Oct. 16 meeting.
The Planning Board approved an application from Intel Massachusetts Inc. for a definitive subdivision plan at 75 Reed Road.
Being eco-friendly is important to DiMouro as she said in Massachusetts alone, there are 250,000 tons of textile waste, 90% of which can be repurposed.
Attendees were taught how to handle several situations, from shock and airway obstruction to CPR and injection sites.
What is happ'ning in Hudson? Read Rosemary Rimkus's latest column for interesting updates from around town.
Both teams came into the game with winning records, but the Hawks eventually came out on top on Senior Night, winning 40-21 over the Patriots.
It's almost Halloween! Here are sixteen events happening throughout the region to celebrate this spooky occasion!
The English and Portuguese dual language program at Farley is one designed to promote bilingualism and biliteracy for all students.
After two hours of high-intensity play, the Westborough volleyball team eventually pulled out the four-set win.
Hudson Public Schools enrollment was 2,302 students as of Oct. 3 – 20 students more than projected at the close of the last school year.
Hundreds of community members gathered at Guidotti Field on Oct. 14 for the Hudson Recreation Department’s Rec Fest.