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Hudson, Ohio is located in Summit County. Zip codes in Hudson, OH include 44237, and 44236. The median home price in Hudson is $334,800 which is roughly $121/per square foot. More Hudson information.

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Arm knitting class, Michael Symon on 'Ask This Old House'...

ARM KNITTING CLASS: Ever heard of arm knitting? In this new craft craze, you "cast on" yarn on your arms and knit using only our arms and hands. Try it during an arm knitting workshop from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Hudson Hub-Times

LETTER Club member wants more attractive entrance signs

Mayor William Currin's remarks the other week about clutter on the signs coming into the four major entrances to Hudson is on the mark. Unfortunately his solution is short sighted.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Hudson Hub-Times

Hudson residents pack meeting on potential new inn

It was standing-room only at the city planning commission meeting Sept. 8. Barlow Road area residents packed the town hall to protest a planned hotel and conference center at the former Flood Company complex at 1213 Barlow Road.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Hudson Hub-Times

Hudson Asst. City Manager Scott Schroyer retires

Hudson, OH Assistant City Manager Scott N. Schroyer announced Sept. 12 that after 30 years of service he will retire, effective September 26, to become the Public Utilities Director for Sarasota County Florida.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Open house includes performance of short play

Stow Players' annual open house on Sept. 7, which launches the theater's 61st anniversary, included a performance of "Telegram in a World of Smartphones," directed by Stow Players Bill Morgan and Pat Robertell-Hudson and written by Stow resident Brandi Eaton.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Hudson Hub-Times

Friends of Hudson Parks extend invitation to "Hike Hudson!"

With the theme "Hike Hudson," the Friends of Hudson Parks have launched their second annual fall hiking event. Hikers who complete at least eight of thirteen designated trails earn a free "Hike Hudson" T-shirt.

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Faith & Religion

The Women of Hope will meet Sept. 21 at 5:30 p.m. at Hope Lutheran Church for its fall salad supper.

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Thegatewaynews.com

Officials work toward common storm water maintenance law

The seed has been planted to develop a regional approach to coping with stormwater runoff and maintenance of streams rather than through a quilt of piecemeal regulations and planning efforts. A group of Portage and Summit county officials is planning to create watershed mapping to assist in stormwater management efforts.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Celebrate 200 years at Case Barlow Farm festival

Spectators at the Memorial Day parade saw Chauncey and Cleopatra Case ride through town in a covered wagon with their children, celebrating the 200th anniversary of their arrival in Hudson. They will be able to meet them Sept.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Hudson Hub-Times

Note of Thanks: Thank you for donations at Taste of Hudson

The Community of Saint John would like to thank the many Hudson residents and visitors to Taste of Hudson for their generous donations to support the Hudson Food Pantry, which is managed by Hudson Community Service Association. During the two-day festival, we collected approximately 20 cases of food and household supplies as well as $111 in cash donations.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Hudson art studios, galleries present 2nd Friday Art Hops

Art studios and galleries in Hudson have teamed up to present a regular monthly event for art lovers with 2nd Friday Art Hops. The next art hop is slated for Sept.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Where in Hudson is this? for Sept. 10

The Loomis Observatory is the second-oldest in the country, established in late 1838 on the grounds of what was then Western Reserve College. . The Observatory is housed in the squat three-room brick building on the northeast corner of College and Aurora Streets, and the plaque pictured in my last column is at the entrance.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Look out for pedestrians when driving in downtown Hudson

Please be cautious as you drive in downtown Hudson along Main Street. There are numerous pedestrian crossings - and at these crossings, people have the right of way.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Statement from city on trains stoping on Hines Hill crossing tracks

The city of Hudson sent out this email Tuesday morning about the trains which have been stopping for extended periods of time at Hines Hill Road: "In recent weeks, Norfolk Southern Railroad has repeatedly had trains stopped across the Hines Hill crossing tracks, blocking Hines Hill traffic for hours at a time. We understand the inconvenience this causes residents, and we are trying to resolve this problem with Norfolk Southern and attempting to get information from the railroad company about the reasons for this continuing to occur.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Cleveland.com

Hudson will hold lottery to decide who can hunt on city property

The city council voted last month to allow hunting on property formerly occupied by the Cuyahoga County Youth Development Center. Applications will be taken over the phone at 330-342-1750 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Tallmadge Express

Tallmadge part of group working toward common stormwater maintenance law

The seed has been planted to develop a regional approach to coping with stormwater runoff and maintenance of streams rather than through a quilt of piecemeal regulations and planning efforts. A group of Portage and Summit county officials is planning to create watershed mapping to assist in stormwater management efforts.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Note of Thanks Tag Day fundraiser a success

On behalf of the Hudson High School Music Association, we would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to the entire community for the generous contributions to our music students during our annual Tag Day fundraiser on Aug. 23. Tag Day was accomplished with the support of more than 80 parent drivers, our dedicated music directors and over 350 outstanding band, choir, jazz and orchestra students. Your donations support the excellent and varied music education programs such as instruments, uniforms, music and more.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

Hudson Hub-Times

Record crowds partake in a Taste of Hudson

"It was the best day we've ever had," Andrew Malitz, executive director of the 10-year running event said. Proceeds from the event, which ran Aug. 31 and Sept.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Hudson named safest place in Ohio to live in recent rankings

The Movoto Real Estate Blog created a list of the 10 most secure spots in Ohio with the city of Hudson as number one. "There are so many reasons to love our wonderful City of Hudson," said Mayor William A. Currin.

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Hudson Hub-Times

Council considers not renewing anti-poaching businesses policy

Although most communities are expected to rejoin an anti-poaching agreement concerning businesses in Summit County, some Council members are considering having Hudson opt out. At an Aug. 26 City Council workshop, Economic Development Director Chuck Wiedie said there were several changes Hudson requested to the 2014-15 Summit County Intergovernmental memorandum of understanding for job creation and retention and tax revenue sharing.

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