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Antonelli tackles new role as Hudson Director of Public and Community Health

Lauren Antonelli is now looking to the future, with a mix of challenges ahead as she takes on her new role with the Health Department.

Hudson releases unofficial election results

Hudson voters headed to the polls on Monday. The Town Clerk's office results unofficial results just before 10:30 p.m.

Hudson Town Meeting gives Select Board OK to enter into lease for armory

Work to turn Hudson’s former National Guard Armory into a performing arts center is moving forward following a vote of Town Meeting

Hudson municipal election candidates field questions at forum

Candidates for Hudson’s contested Board of Health and Municipal Light Board races spoke at a candidate night forum last week.
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Hudson Select Board analyzing possible acquisition of Portuguese Club

The Hudson Select Board has begun to analyze a possible acquisition of the Hudson Portuguese Club on Port Street in town. 

Hudson Select Board approves ARPA funding recommendations

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The Hudson Select Board voted 5-0 earlier this month to authorize an updated funding plan for the town’s ARPA allocation.
The Hudson Senior Center is expecting to have its COVID-19 reopening process largely completed by the end of the year. Photo/Dakota Antelman

Assabet Valley Chamber to hold Hudson municipal candidates’ night 

Candidates in Hudson’s contested Board of Health and Municipal Light Board races will field questions in an event later this month. 

UPDATE: Police investigate vandalism in Hudson High School parking lot

An unidentified individual or individuals keyed a number of cars in the main parking lot outside Hudson High School last week. 

Hudson Select Board approves outdoor dining permit for Wild Hare restaurant/brewery

Wild Hare restaurant and brewery in Hudson is getting set to open its outdoor seating area after receiving approval from the Select Board. 

Outgoing Director of Public and Community Health reflects on time in Hudson

Hudson Health Director Kelli Calo is wrapping up a roughly seven year tenure with the Health Department, this week.

Hudson plans to bring back Memorial Day parade

Hudson’s Memorial Day traditions will resume this year at their familiar location after multiple years of COVID-19 disruption. 

Hudson reminds voters of precinct, voting location changes ahead of elections

Hudson town officials are reminding residents to check their voting location ahead of this year's elections, as some locations have changed. 

Sen. Eldridge talks DCR funding, affordable housing at forum

State Sen. Jamie Eldridge called on local business leaders to share their thoughts on the local housing situation in comments last week.

State legislators talk pandemic recovery at Assabet Valley Chamber forum

Local state legislators emphasized work to preserve some of the business support systems that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hudson solidifies municipal election ballot

This year's election is setting up a situation for voters to welcome a handful of newcomers into multiple positions in town government. 

Hudson Select Board reiterates Eversource project opposition

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Brian O'Neill asked whether the town still opposes Eversource’s proposed transmission line route between Hudson and Sudbury.
Hudson’s fire station headquarters sit at 296 Cox Street. (Photo/Laura Hayes)

Communities receive SAFE grants for student, senior education

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REGION - A number of area communities received state awarded grants to educate students and seniors on fire safety and prevention earlier this year. The state specifically awarded $21,200 in combined Student...
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Quinn steps down as Hudson Select Board’s BID representative

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Select Board Chair Scott Duplisea has replaced James Quinn as the board’s representative to the Hudson BID Executive Board.

Hudson Select Board rejects medical marijuana Town Meeting request

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HUDSON - The Hudson Select Board said “no,” late last month, to a bid by Native Sun marijuana dispensary to move forward with an effort to add...

Hudson DPW worker recognized for helping put out vehicle fire

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HUDSON – Hudson Public Works employee Stephen Proctor was recently recognized after he helped put out a fire in an overturned vehicle last month. “I...