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City declines on more library funds

August 4, 2014 — After considerable discussion at Tuesday evening’s meeting of the Hudson City Council, the council decided to not provide the Hudson Carnegie District Library with extra funds to tide them over until property tax funds are received… (Read more)

Bean Creek Festival cancelled

August 28, 2014 — Even as recently as this weekend, there had been hopes that the Bean Creek Festival would happen on September 6 as originally scheduled. It didn’t work out. Festival Coordinator Joann Crater announced Monday afternoon that for… (Read more)

School starts next Tuesday

August 28, 2014 — The Hudson Area Schools will open on Tuesday, September 2, 2014, for a full day of classes. Lincoln Elementary will start at 7:45 a.m.and let out at 2:52 p.m.; Middle and High School will start at… (Read more)

Open House at Hudson Schools

August 21, 2014 — Mark your calendar to attend Open House at Hudson Area Schools. Parents, grandparents, students and community members are encouraged to visit the facilities on: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 5:30-6:30 p.m. Kindergarten Only Wednesday, August 27, 2014… (Read more)

Bean Creek Festival planned for Sept. 6

August 21, 2014– Many people have been questioning whether there will be a Bean Creek Heritage Festival in Hudson this year. Yes, there will be. The festival organization has been in turmoil the last few months, and the decision was… (Read more)

Trail work getting under way

August 18, 2014 — Work on the Engle Trail, the last link in the 3.5 mile loop trail around the eastern part of the city, gets under way this week. The trail is funded by $120,000 of federal Congestion Mitigation… (Read more)

Council approves Tiger’s Den demolition

August 14, 2014 — The Hudson City Council has wrestled for years over doing something about the deteriorated Tiger’s Den building on North Church Street, but the end of the battle may be in sight. The building was damaged by… (Read more)

Schools to seek millage renewal

August 14, 2014 — Hudson Area Schools will be seeking a renewal of the 18-mill non-homestead property tax millage at the November election. The millage is automatically rolled back a small percentage annually by the Headlee amendment, so the renewal… (Read more)