Monthly Archive: May 2011

Spring sports coming to an end

May 25, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The spring sports at Hudson High School are really winding down as the track and field teams have just a handful of meets left but they are some big ones. The ball teams… (Read more)

Vinyl Products USA is new Hudson business

May 25, 2011 — Tony and Jami Edison cut the ribbon on their new storefront for Vinyl Products USA located at 119 E. Main Street Saturday morning with barbecue and a large gathering of community members. Tony Edison is the… (Read more)

Memorial Day Monday

May 25, 2011 — Hudson’s Memorial Day parade will take place on Monday, May 30, starting at 10:00 a.m. The route this year enters Main Street from Tiffin Street and will proceed down Main to Grove Street. After going the… (Read more)

Hudson to graduate 75

May 25, 2011 — The school year wraps up Sunday, when Hudson Area High School will graduate 75 seniors in ceremonies to be heldat the high school gym. The ceremonies begin at 2:00 PM. The Valedictorian of the class of… (Read more)

New books at Hudson Library

May 19, 2011 — “Libraries will get you through times of no money better than Money will get you through times with no library.” Anne Herbert Stan Redding has donated Live Wire: A Myron Bolitar Novel by Harlan Coben. Hazel… (Read more)

Tiger spring season drawing to a close

May 19, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The Hudson Tiger spring sports teams were all in action over the past week as the spring sports are winding down. The five teams all had games, meets and events as things are… (Read more)

Schools near end of deficit

May 19, 2011 — The Hudson Area Schools Board of Education met Monday evening. At the meeting, Superintendent Mike Osborne said that while the district is the only one in the county that is operating at a deficit, the school… (Read more)

Tiger baseball splits with Blissfield

May 11, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The first week of May brought nothing but nice weather for the Hudson High School spring sports teams. Not one game or meet was missed due to cold, wind, rain or snow so… (Read more)

City gets big improvement in fire safety rating

May 11, 2011 — Hudson City Manager Steve Hartsel says that the Public Protection Classification (PPC) undertaken last fall resulted in an improvement of fire safety ratings for the Hudson Fire District. The inspection, which included such things and the… (Read more)

Osborne says more budget cuts coming

May 11, 2011 — With the failure of the bond issue last week, and the proposed cuts in state aid, the Hudson Area School System will face deep cuts in the near future, says Hudson School Superintendent Mike Osborne. The… (Read more)