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Grant funding helping city carry out improvements

August 18, 2010 — With the city budget having gotten tighter over the last few years, the Hudson city administration has been forced to seek other sources than tax dollars to carry out some of the needed improvements in the… (Read more)

Lost arts come to life at Thompson House Museum

August 11, 2010 — On Saturday, August 9, Hudson found the Lost Arts exhibition taking place on the front porch of the Thompson Museum. This year’s exhibition is the fourth such event to have graced Hudson since the event’s inception,… (Read more)

Football practice gets under way

August 11, 2010 — By Bill Mullaly The nice, fun relaxing days of summer are over for the high school athletes in the state of Michigan. The second Monday of the month of August signals the start of the fall… (Read more)

Paving Main delayed again

August 11, 2010 — At one time it was hoped that the paving of M-34 (Main Street) would be done in early July, but the project was delayed again and again. Recently it was expected to be at the end… (Read more)

City-Wide Garage Sale this weekend

August 4, 2010 — Things will be busy around the streets of Hudson this weekend as the annual Hudson City- Wide Garage Sale will be held on Friday and Saturday. It’ll be an exceptionally good weekend for those planning to… (Read more)

Band camp means fall is coming to Hudson

August 4, 2010 — By Bill Mullaly The first week of August means it’s time for football right? Well kind of, but actually this past Monday morning was the start of the annual Hudson High School band camp. A beautiful,… (Read more)

Storm damages Market House

July 28, 2010 — The Market House in Hudson is open for business again after a thunderstorm collapsed a part of the roof Thursday evening. No one was injured when a thirty-foot square section of the roof collapsed shortly after… (Read more)

Waterball, band battle highlight Saturday fun

July 28, 2010 — Saturday, July 31st in Downtown Hudson, Michigan will be a special day for Family Fun! The Farmer’s Market will be open from 9am to noon at the Hudson Community Center parking lot, 323 W Main Street,… (Read more)

Dinner theatre raises funds for library

July 28, 2010 — A tragic accident struck world-famous escapologist Harry Copperfield at the Carnegie Circus Saturday night during the final act of the performance when the performer was caught in his final trick and drowned. Commissioner Cadfail and Detective… (Read more)

Freedom Farm adding addition

July 21, 2010 — Freedom Farms is in the process of building an addition onto their facilities located in Pittsford, MI. The addition and renovations will modernize the schools, including updating the nearly fifty year old separate modular building that… (Read more)