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Street work delayed again

September 22, 2010 — The work on milling and repaving Main Street has been scheduled on several occasions since late June, but while some prepratory work has been done, once again an announced schedule was missed. The Hudson City Council… (Read more)

Music in the Park held at Clayton

September 15, 2010 — The Clayton Summerfest 2010 Committee sponsored the 14th Annual “Music In The Park” on Thursday, September 9, at Clayton Memorial Park. The guests were welcomed by Robert Smith, President of the Committee. Dr. Ben Fulayter was… (Read more)

Power substation rebuild planned

September 8, 2010 — Hudson City Manager Steve Hartsel said Tuesday that he met with local Consumer’s Energy representative Barb Mitsell on Friday to discuss plans for a major rebuilding of the Hudson substation, possibly in the second half of… (Read more)

Hudson dominates Dawgs in 58-0 runaway

September 8, 2010 — By Bill Mullaly The Hudson Tigers for the 13th consecutive season beat the Morenci Bulldogs on the gridiron. This time it was one they would like to quickly forget over in Bulldog land as Hudson pummeled… (Read more)

Tigers start season with 28-6 win

September 1, 2010 — By Bill Mullaly The Hudson Tigers picked up their 15th consecutive regular season victory with a convincing 28-6 triumph over the Hillsdale Hornets on Friday night at legendary Thompson Field. The Tiger win on the gridiron… (Read more)

School gets under way Tuesday

September 1, 2010 — The Hudson Area Schools will open on Tuesday, September 7, 2009, for a full day of classes Start and Dismissal Times: Lincoln Elementary – 7:45 a.m.~ 2:52 p.m. Middle/High School – 7:40 a.m. ~ 2:42 p.m…. (Read more)

Senior Center kitchen to move to Hudson Sept. 7

August 25, 2010 — For several months Lenawee Department on Aging officials have been negotiating with the City of Hudson to move the kitchen that prepares meals from its current location in Addison to the Community Center in Hudson. The… (Read more)

Planning Commission rejects proposed chicken ordinance change

August 25, 2010 At their meeting Monday evening, the Hudson City Planning Commission rejected a proposed ordinance change that would have allowed city residents to raise chickens in their homes for their own use. The question of allowing live poultry… (Read more)

Post-Gazette staffer Pauline Garr retires

August 25, 2010 — Things were a great deal different in Hudson almost fifty years ago, when Pauline Garr first went to work as an advertising salesman for the Post-Gazette back in 1963. There was a greater variety of businesses… (Read more)

Tiger football team getting ready for 2010 season

August 18, 2010 — By Bill Mullaly During the summer the Post-Gazette promised as much Hudson Tiger football coverage as possible and we will try our best to give the fans just that during the soon to be here gridiron… (Read more)