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Work to remove lead paint in Hudson’s town hall was set to begin on Aug. 16. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Town Meeting to consider 6 citizens’ petitions

When the Annual Town Meeting convenes on Monday, May 6, residents will consider six citizens’ petitions, five of which have to do with the MBTA.

Cultural Alliance is one step closer to purchasing Hudson armory

By Laura Hayes, Contributing Writer HUDSON — The Hudson Cultural Alliance just landed a major win in its journey to purchase the vacant Hudson Armory.  That...

Redevelopment proposal moves forward for Hudson’s 37 Pope Street 

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - Plans to redevelop property near Main St. in Hudson went before the Planning Board on Sept. 21.  A current...

Improvements to fire headquarters approved at Town Meeting

Voters approved of improvements to the Hudson Fire Department headquarters during Town Meeting on Nov. 21.
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Hudson sets new tax rates for FY22

HUDSON – Property tax rates for Hudson residential and commercial owners will drop in the coming fiscal year following a vote by the Select...

On eve of election, Hudson thanks Durant, Parent, Moses

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 Board of Health to discuss possible mask mandate in February

HUDSON - Hudson will not be enacting a mask mandate, at least for the time being. That’s the result of a unanimous vote by the...

Consultants for Portuguese Club redevelopment on Hudson Town Meeting warrant

Funding for environmental consultants to redevelop the Hudson Portuguese Club into municipal and school offices is going to Town Meeting.

Hudson to apply for MetroWest Health Foundation grants

The Select Board approved allowing the Health Department to apply for several grants that will benefit Hudson residents on March 18.
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Hudson to hire consultant to help meet ARPA funding guidelines

HUDSON - The Town of Hudson is seeking a consultant’s support to help it meet federal reporting guidelines for its uses of American Rescue...

Contested race shaping up for Hudson Select Board

Possible races for Select Board and Library Trustee may be on the ballot for the annual Town Election on May 13.

MassDOT announces ramp closures for routes 62 and 495

The DOT has announced overnight closures scheduled for ramps to and from Route 62 and Interstate 495 northbound in Berlin and Hudson.

Hudson Select Board adopts a $14.60 residential tax rate

The board unanimously adopted a $14.60 tax rate for residential properties and a $28.88 tax rate for commercial properties.
Hudson’s former police station is located on Packard Street. Photo/Laura Hayes

Hudson seeks state funding for redevelopment of old police station

Site plan changes announced after public feedback   By Justin Roshak, Contributing writer HUDSON - The Affordable Housing Trust and MetroWest Collaborative Development have kicked off the...

Hudson Town Meeting adopts definitions for warehouses, compression brake prohibition

A citizen’s petition was submitted for definitions of warehouses, distribution centers, parcel hubs and short-term storage units in the bylaws
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Hudson Conservation Commission ready for second effort at conservation bylaw

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - The Hudson Conservation Commission plans to bring a new conservation bylaw to Town Meeting, probably in late 2022.  The...
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Hudson grant will boost regional public health infrastructure

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - The Town of Hudson and its partner communities will expand their health staff significantly thanks to a grant...
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Event showcases wide array of Hudson Select Board, School Committee candidates

By Laura Hayes, Contributing Writer HUDSON - Nine candidates for Select Board and School Committee spent the evening April 21 answering constituents’ questions. The Meet the...

Hudson Fire Department notes retirements, promotions

HUDSON - A set of new faces will soon help Fire Chief Bryan Johannes lead the Hudson Fire Department.  That’s after the Select Board approved...
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...