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Hudson Select Board discusses permit, licenses for new brewery

HUDSON - A planned offshoot of Hudson’s Medusa Brewing Company now has its pouring permit and common victualler's license for indoor use ahead of...

Hudson Town Meeting rejects zoning bylaw update

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...
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Hudson considers potential uses for relief money

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON – The Town of Hudson is expecting to receive $5.9 million in Federal American Rescue Plan Act dollars according...

Candidates pull papers for public office as Hudson election deadline nears

HUDSON - Hudson’s municipal ballot is beginning to take shape ahead of elections later this year. Though candidates still have time to return papers, several have already secured their...

Locals offer praise as Rep. Hogan earns State House leadership job

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Hudson - Select Board members joined a chorus of others, Feb. 22, in celebrating State Rep. Kate Hogan’s recent promotion to...

Hudson DPW works to clean up after Dec. 18 storm

In Hudson Fire Department news, the board approved the employment agreement between the Town of Hudson and Fire Chief Jamie Desautels.

Hudson Select Board approves plan to modify Cox Street intersection

HUDSON – Changes are coming to the intersection of Cox Street, Old Bolton Road and Old Stow Road following a Select Board vote on...
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Applications now being accepted for summer jobs in Hudson

Hudson - The Hudson Park Commission/Division of Recreation is now accepting applications for seasonal employment during the summer of 2021. Positions available include (but are...

Hudson to launch emotional CPR program

By Laura Hayes, Contributing Writer HUDSON - Similar to how CPR helps people when they’re in a medical crisis, the Hudson Health Department is launching...

Hudson Select Board reiterates Eversource project opposition

Brian O'Neill asked whether the town still opposes Eversource’s proposed transmission line route between Hudson and Sudbury.
Residents at the Norma Oliver Village have recently noted a number of cars speeding through pedestrian crossings.

Town continues efforts to slow drivers around Norma Oliver Village 

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - Efforts to calm speeding in and around the Norma Oliver public senior housing complex at 4 Glen Rd....

Hudson Select Board approves grant for jail diversion program

With the help of the Mass. Department of Mental Health, the Hudson/Sudbury Jail Diversion Program will continue to assist the community.

Hudson Land Trust seeks funds for Danforth trail improvements

HUDSON – The Hudson Land Trust is seeking grant funding to cover the costs of trail work at Danforth Conservation Land.  It’s president, Gregory Opp,...

Several articles at Hudson Town Meeting address fire at DPW garage

Hudson's Town Meeting was a night of democracy and decisions as residents came out to vote on many finance-related articles.
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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...

Main Street bridge repairs begins Sept. 19 in Hudson

The bridge on Main Street will be under repair starting on Sept 19. Main Street will be open to westbound traffic.

Business owners express concerns about proposed changes to tobacco regulations

Several Hudson businesses voiced their concerns about the proposed changes to the regulations regarding the sale of tobacco products.
Work to remove lead paint in Hudson’s town hall was set to begin on Aug. 16. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Hudson receives grant for safety, risk management equipment

Hudson was awarded a $7,196 grant from its property and casualty insurance provider, Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA).

Work underway to get new Rail Trail segment

Work is underway to get the next segment of the Assabet River Rail Trail, a project Michelle Ciccolo spearheaded.

Restoring a piece of Hudson Fire Department history

A frame containing the portraits of several men from the Eureka Engine Company No. 1 circa 1886 was restored after sustaining water damage.