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Big changes could be ahead for the systems that manage Hudson’s financial and human resources departments.
The Select Board approved funding from the S.A.F.E program, which provides grants to fire departments to educate about fire and life safety.
By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - Maintenance concerns and delays in both repairs and replacement part orders have left Hudson’s Fire Department fleet with...
The changes to one-day liquor license regulations would have increased the cost to permit Medusa Brewing Company’s beer garden by 3650%.
The Select Board officially issued a common victualer’s license to Revadee Chueawong, the owner of Coconut Rice Thai Cuisine, on June 5.
The Select Board approved an official flag policy for the poles near Town Hall as well as on town property at its June 26 meeting.
By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor HUDSON - This year’s Annual Town Meeting was a last hurrah of sorts for three beloved local leaders now retiring...
Hudson residents will decide whether to adopt a stormwater management program when they head to Town Meeting next week.
HUDSON – Hudson Select Board members expressed concerns earlier this month about a request to establish a new committee to help Hudson meet statewide...
The Select Board approved the authorization to sign a $29,000 contract with for design and consulting services for a Hudson Dog Park.
HUDSON – Hudson Town Meeting voters rejected an article that would have amended and recodified Hudson’s zoning bylaws, Nov. 15. Voters also said “no” to...
A new operations facility for the Hudson DPW was approved at the 2023 Annual Town meeting on May 1 with the passage of Article 22.
The Select Board has voted to accept the resignation of member Shawn Sadowski after he posted on Facebook that he was resigning.
The Brigham Street culvert is one step closer to being repaired after the Select Board voted to allocate ARPA funds for engineering services.
State Sen. Jamie Eldridge called on local business leaders to share their thoughts on the local housing situation in comments last week.
On May 15, the Hudson Select Board discussed the potential expansion of the town's marijuana overlay district.
An article that adds language regarding appeals of a Planning Board decision will go before Hudson Town Meeting.
The Main Street bridge project in Hudson is progressing. The town notified that paving will begin on Aug. 11 from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
With the help of the Mass. Department of Mental Health, the Hudson/Sudbury Jail Diversion Program will continue to assist the community.
By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - The former Hudson Police Station at 62 Packard St. is moving towards its future as an affordable housing...