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Paschal seeking Industrial Park site

June 18, 2015 — Hudson’s Paschal Burial Vault is looking to expand into the Hudson Industrial Park. On Tuesday evening the Hudson City Council heard a proposal for the company to buy a five-acre site on South Steger Drive. It… (Read more)

Summerfest plans are firming up

June 11, 2015 — The Clayton Summerfest 2015 Committee met Tuesday, May 15 at the Clayton Town Hall to work on plans for the August 8 Festival. The business meeting was conducted by Vice President Paul Burcroff. The Secretary and… (Read more)

Main Street Florist closing

June 4, 2015 — Main Street Florist in Hudson is no more, although DZ Laser Tag and Hudson Cinema will remain open. Owner Heather Hall announced last week that she will be retiring from the flower business, and her husband… (Read more)

Hudson graduates 55 seniors Sunday

May 28, 2015 — Hudson Area Schools will graduate fifty-five seniors in commencement activities beginning at 2:00 PM Sunday in the high school gym. The valedictorian of the Class of 2015 is Brie Wilenius, the daughter of Debbie and Jim… (Read more)

Busy summer ahead

May 21, 2015 — Memorial Day this weekend marks the beginning of what is expected to be a busy summer this year. The Memorial Day Parade starts at 9:30 Monday and goes to the Maple Grove Cemetery for Memorial Day… (Read more)

Carol Turner named Teacher of the Year

May 14, 2015 — The Lenawee County Federation of Women’s Clubs recently awared Lincoln School’s Carol Turner with the clubs traveling trophy for Teacher of the Year. Turner has been a teacher of 28 years, having taught high school English,… (Read more)

City studies golf carts on streets

May 7, 2015 — The Hudson City Council and the Planning Commission have been considering how to react to a new law that allows cities under the population of 30,000 to allow the operation of golf carts on city streets,… (Read more)

SMCSI to expand to Tecumseh

April 30, 2015 — In a partnership with the LISD and the Southern Michigan Center for Science and Industry (SMCSI), Tecumseh High School will become the site of the new East Campus of the SMCSI Mechatronics program starting in the… (Read more)

City budget still tight

April 23, 2015 — The new city budget presented to the Hudson City Council at their meeting Tuesday night is still tight but recovering from the very tight budgets of recent years. The new budget will allow the upcoming fiscal… (Read more)