Donate to Lighting of the Green this month
Summer Santa greets Kaden Rothgery at Christmas in July on Friday, July 18th. Hudson Community Service Association kicked off their campaign for the annual holiday Lighting of the Green with great success.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Letter: Saying goodbye to the Blue Rock Cafe
The too-brief lifetime of the Blue Rock Cafe, now closed, included a memorable Sunday afternoon community gathering that still warms the memories of those who were there.
DeWine AG contracts to GOP donors raise concerns: editorial
Like Republican incumbent Mike DeWine, Ohio's attorneys general of both parties have drawn fire for favoring allies in awarding state work , a point that David Pepper, DeWine's Democratic challenger, concedes.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Former Hudson residents among victims of shot down Malaysia Flight 17
Two former Hudson residents were among those remembered July 23 in Holland as the Netherlands observed a national day of mourning for 154 Dutch victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which was shot down over the Ukraine.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
With lights-out at Light Bistro, a prime Ohio City spot is available while owners focus on...
News that co-owners Eric Dietrich and chef Matt Mathlage were shuttering what had become an Ohio City landmark -- a status previously secured by former owner Parker Bosley, who ran the space as Parker's New American Bistro for 14 years -- came as a surprise.
Come and get it at the Farmers Market: freshly churned ice cream
Hammer and his wife, Natalie, have been regular vendors at the Hudson venue for three years representing their company, Heartland Beefalo -- meat made from a special hybrid of American bison and beef cattle.
Where in Hudson is this?
Very few people guessed where the pond was. If you exit out the back of the Acme parking lot, it is behind the office building that you find yourself facing on Milford Drive.
Hudson Mayor William Currin proclaims Kids Month in August
The city of Hudson recognizes the importance of early childhood care, education, health, behavioral health, family support, special needs and early intervention.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Sapphire Estates subdivision gets preliminary approval in Hudson
The Hudson Planning Commission voted 5-0 July 7 to approve a preliminary subdivision plan for Sapphire Estates by LDA Builders for two single family lots at Sapphire and East Sapphire Drives in the Norton Road area.
Hudson City Council names residents to Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee
Council members said a large number of residents applied and they interviewed 13 of the 14 applicants.
New building planned for 75 S. Main St. in Hudson
A site plan for a new 2,400-square-foot building for offices has been approved by the planning commission for 75 S. Main St. The property is in the District 5 Village Core District adjacent to the city's electrical substation to the east, the Norfolk Southern rail lines to the north, South Main Street and Veterans Park to the west and the 85 South ... (more)
Operation Backpack launches major offensive to combat student need; drop-off locations in Hudson, Aurora
Two area locations are on the frontlines of an offensive launched July 21 by special forces from the Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio to rescue at-risk and homeless school children from the enemy of despair and hopelessness.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
$1.2 million awarded in case of nursing home resident trapped, fatally burned in bed
A case over a nursing home resident who suffered fatal burns has ended with a $1.2 million award to the victim's family and the government.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
The art of fashion illustration on display at Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation Gallery in Hudson
Fashion illustration was an art form lost once advertisers began using photography in the 70s, but a collection of artwork illustrations can be viewed through Aug. 21 at the Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation Gallery, 10 W. Streetsboro St. The "Norma Wagner Uray: Fashion Illustrations" exhibition, presented by Kent State University's Fashion School ... (more)
Sat Jul 19, 2014
House on Darrow Road in Hudson gets temporary stay of execution
An 1880s house at 5122 Darrow Road received a temporary stay of execution at the July 7 meeting of the city's planning commission.
Richard "Dick" Malson left a legacy of love, caring and community in Hudson
When Richard "Dick" Malson died July 10, he left a hole in the hearts of his family, friends and Hudson community.
Hudson Western Reserve Academy graduate, Yale University student, interns at the White House
This summer a graduate of Western Reserve Academy stepped away from his plans to study medicine and instead experienced politics at the White House.
Fri Jul 18, 2014