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Council hears sewer report

May 22, 2014 – Storm sewer water leaking into the sewer system has been a problem for at least a quarter century in Hudson, if not longer. It costs money to run water through the Waste Water Treatment Plant, and… (Read more)

City street work is limited this summer

May 15, 2014 There is not going to be a great deal of street rebuilding or repaving going on around Hudson this summer. “Our primary focus,” said Hudson City Manager Steve Hartsel, will be to get everything underground identified and… (Read more)

Council finalizes LDFA dissolution

May 8, 2014 – The Hudson City Council Tuesday evening took the final steps in dissolving the Local Development Finance Authority, which has overseen the development of the Industrial Park since the 1980s. The council voted in March to end… (Read more)

Busy week for spring sports teams

May 2, 2012 – By Bill Mullaly The past week of action for the Hudson High School spring sports teams was a busy one. The ball teams of baseball and softball both began LCAA action with contests against chief rival… (Read more)

Honors planned for SSG Timothy Williams

May 1, 2014 – The Hudson, Michigan American Legion Post on Memorial Day will be honoring a home town hero a Marine SSgt. Timothy Williams, who was awarded the Silver Star and Purple Heart. The annual Memorial Day Parade will… (Read more)

City budget better

April 17, 2014 — On Tuesday evening the Hudson City Council did preliminary review of the 2014/15 City Budget. The city’s income is expected to be better than in previous years, party due to the ending of the LDFA tax… (Read more)

Police to crack down on junk vehicles

April 10, 2014 – Hudson PD will be tagging junk/abandoned vehicles this month. Hudson City Code definition of Junk/Abandoned vehicles: Sec. 19-123 4 (b) (c) The term “junk automobiles” shall include without limitation and vehicle which is not licensed for… (Read more)

Tiger football standouts receive more awards

March 16, 2011 – By Bill Mullaly Hudson High School was well represented on Monday night at the annual National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Banquet in Toledo, Ohio. The 49th annual edition of the NFF and HOF awards… (Read more)

Rain helps out with sewer study

July 4, 2013 – Some heavy rainstorms in the last few days proved to be both good and bad for projects under way in the City. Since early this year, the Hudson sewer system has beent he subject of a… (Read more)