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Hudson Light and Power plans projects, ends late-payment amnesty

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - The Municipal Light Board approved three proposals addressing outdated infrastructure, an underground natural gas leak and an...
A collection of Japanese Knotweed plants are viewed through the leaves of a larger knotweed grove.

Hudson to spend $25,000 over five years to remove invasive knotweed

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON – The Hudson Conservation Commission approved a plan to spend $25,000 over the next five years to address Japanese...
Jocko, Hudson’s new police dog.

Local kids meet Hudson’s new K-9

By Laura Hayes, Senior Community Reporter HUDSON — Local kids recently got a taste of what it’s like working with man’s best friend as a...
Cars drive in the rain on South Street in Hudson. Photo/Laura Hayes

Hudson plans new downtown wayfinding system

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - New signs will guide visitors in Hudson’s downtown area while instilling a common aesthetic, project organizers told the...

Hudson Selectmen discuss appropriate uses for new electronic sign downtown

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON -  The Hudson Select Board met with members of the Business Improvement District (BID) at their July 12 meeting...
Welly's has an outdoor dining area in front of its restaurant in Hudson. Photo/Laura Hayes

Hudson Select Board opens up outdoor dining rules

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - The Hudson Select Board recently amended town rules to allow businesses more flexibility in how they arrange their...
MetroWest Daily News reporter Jeff Malachowski was recently appointed Hudson assistant town clerk. Photo/courtesy Jeff Malachowski

Hudson hires longtime journalist as assistant town clerk

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - Longtime journalist Jeffrey Malachowski will now serve Hudson residents as a full-time public employee after the Select Board...
Hudson youth police academy cadets navigate a National Guard obstacle course.

Hudson holds youth police academy

HUDSON - The Hudson Police Department graduated its first class of youth police academy cadets of 2021 on June 25, wrapping up a week...

Hudson Democrats to elect delegates to State Convention

HUDSON - Registered Democrats in Hudson will hold a caucus on Wednesday, July 14, at Avidia Bank Community Room, 17 Pope St., to elect...
Residents at the Norma Oliver Village have recently noted a number of cars speeding through pedestrian crossings.

Hudson Housing Authority fields complaints about speeding, sanitation

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON – The Hudson Housing Authority is “for the most part, operating as normal” after the COVID-19 reopening executive director...