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Clark Memorial Tournament a success

July 17, 2014 — The 14th annual David Clark Memorial Youth Baseball Tournament was held over the weekend here in Hudson with 14 teams participating in the annual tourney. The winner was a team from Defiance, Ohio, as the Defiance… (Read more)

School budget for 2013-14 set

July 10, 2014 — The final 2013-14 budget for Hudson Area Schools came out quite well, the Hudson Area School Board decided last week. At the end of the last school year on June 30, the schools had revenues over… (Read more)

City to seek bids for building demolition

July 3, 2014 — The long effort to do something about the dilapidated building at 115 North Church Street, the former Tiger’s Den, took a step closer to completion at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Hudson City Council, when the… (Read more)

Schools to send bus to Boys & Girls Club

June 26, 2014 — Hudson Area Schools will provide a bus each Wednesday from June 25 through August 20, 2014 to transport Hudson Area School Students to the Adrian Boys & Girls club site to participate in summer programs and… (Read more)

Library Millage Vote to be August 5

June 19, 2014 — At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Hudson City Council heard a report from Librarian Joanne Crater about plans to seek a .75 mill millage to help support the library. The library, previously a city function, has… (Read more)

Music in the Park starts Thursday

June 12, 2014 — “Music in the Park,” sponsored by the Hudson Chamber of Commerce, gets under way Thursday, June 12 at Webster Park, with performer Roy Schneider. Schneider is an award-winning songwriter and recording artist, performing his original songs… (Read more)

Council tours training center

June 5, 2014 — Following their regular meeting Tuesday evening, the Hudson City Council was given a tour of the new Center for Science and Industry in the old M&S Plant 1 building. The Center is still coming together, with… (Read more)

Hero Honored by Hudson

May 29, 2014 — Hudson’s Memorial Day activities over the weekend were highlighted by ceremonies honoring Marine Staff Sergeant Timothy Williams, who was awarded the Silver Star earlier this year for action in Afghanistan in 2012. Williams spoke to students… (Read more)

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)