Yearly Archive: 2015

Clayton Post Office robbed

August 27, 2015 — The Lenawee County Sheriff’s office and the US Postal Inspection Service are asking the public’s help with information concerning the breaking and entering of the Clayton Post Office last week. A report from Crime Stoppers of… (Read more)

Cooperstown a treat for veteran youth umpire

August 20, 2015 — By Bill Mullaly Pat McCabe, of Hudson, was in Cooperstown during August. One might think that he was there as a tourist but that was not the case for the dedicated local youth baseball umpire who… (Read more)

Schools get set to open

August 13, 2015 — It’s August, and that means that school opening isn’t far away. Teachers are starting to get classrooms set up for the year, and will report for preschool sessions on August 31. Schools will open on September… (Read more)

Break-ins at three downtown businesses 

August 6, 2015 — Police are requesting assistance in identifying two or more suspects responsible for the breaking and entering of three businesses in the City of Hudson. The businesses are: Bill’s Barber Shop, located at 315 W. Main St.;… (Read more)

City wide yard sale coming soon

July 30, 2015 — We’re only a few days from what has become the event that draws more visitors to town than any other: the Hudson City-Wide Yard Sale, which is a part of the US-127 Yard Sale, the longest… (Read more)

Rage Against Hunger Benefits Food Pantry

July 23, 2015 — The 3rd Annual Rage Against Hunger Bash, held in honor of Rumors’ 4th anniversary, took in 500 pounds of food, and monetary donations of $520 for the Hudson Area Food Bank. More than a hundred people… (Read more)

New scoreboard at football field

July 16, 2015 — At their meeting Monday evening the Hudson Area School Board approved a new scoreboard at the football field. The cost will be $13,000, plus installation costs. The money for the scoreboard has come from donations and… (Read more)

City summer work hits stride

July 9, 2015 — Hudson has a number of projects under way this summer, and most are making progress. The most noticeable is the work on Pleasant Street, which will complete the reconstruction project started two years ago. The street… (Read more)

Heavy rains bring flooding

July 2, 2015 — A slow-moving storm last week brought a lot of rain to the area, and some of the worst flooding experienced in the area in years. The rain gauge at the Hudson Waste Water Treatment Plant recorded… (Read more)

Cars for Kids car show helps Christmas giving

June 25, 2015 — The annual Cars for Kids car show held at the Market House last weekend raised a little over $2000. The money goes toward food and presents for needy kids at Christmas time. Organizers Jerry and Ella… (Read more)