Stow to Pay $23K for Sliver of Land for Graham Project
The city of Stow is well into negotiations and buying properties along Graham Road for the road-widening project to start construction as early as January 2014.
Fri May 17, 2013
'Homegirl' Gina Bishop opens doors for annual spring barn sale
"Homegirl" Gina Bishop, who writes a design blog and has appeared on HGTV, hosts her annual Spring Barn Sale Thursday, May 23 through Saturday, May 25.
Wed May 15, 2013
Spring Midwest Willys Reunion Takes Place May 17 - 19 in Hudson
The 2013 Spring Midwest Willys Reunion, a major show of collectible Jeep vehicles, will take place May 17 19 at the Clarion Inn and Conference Center in Hudson, Ohio.
Farmers market joins PTA to bring wellness festival to Hudson
Residents looking for one place to find fitness tips, face painting, finger printing, a medical helicopter, bounce houses toys and alpacas need look no further than the Hudson High School commons May 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. when the Hudson Farmers Market and the Parent Teacher Organization team up for the Hudson Farmers Market and Wellness ... (more)
Visitor center hopes everyone make Hudson a destination
A local organization geared toward keeping Hudson in the hearts and minds of residents and passer byes alike is taking a renewed approach to its mission as summer approaches.
Job interview tips at May 20 Hudson Job Search meeting
The Hudson Job Search will hold its next meeting to help job seekers May 20 at 7:15 p.m. at Christ Church Episcopal, 21 Aurora St.
Rosewood Grill's veggie burgers land Hudson spot in Bon Appetit magazine: Restaurant Row
Props to Rosewood Grill in Hudson, which earned a well-deserved nod in the June issue of Bon Appetit magazine.
Tue May 14, 2013
Hudson City Council meeting agenda for May 15
A. A resolution honoring and thanking Wayne Johnson for his service as chair of the fire/EMS deployment board from 2011 to 2013 for the Hudson community.
Review: Vampire Weekend turns down tempo on 3rd CD
After releasing two bouncy albums of reggae-flavored pop laced with African rhythms, Vampire Weekend turns down the tempo and ups the indie-rock vibe on its third effort.
Mon May 13, 2013
Big Tree Contest searches for biggest trees in Hudson
Trees provide shelter for animals and help decrease stormwater runoff. Hudson is holding a contest to find its biggest trees.
Roegner encourages reading with mock legislator program
State Rep. Kristina Roegner will again have her Legislator for a Day program to encourage students to read this summer.
The Plain Dealer
Downtown 140 in Hudson offers inspired dining in handsome atmosphere
After nine years in business, Downtown 140 in Hudson still has the air of fine dining: a clubby downstairs lair; a long, handsome wall of hand-hewn stone; and seating plumped in velvety fabrics.
Saint Gobain wins U.S. EPA Energy Star award for third consecutive year
Saint-Gobain, a global manufacturer with ties to the Portage County area, including facilities in Ravenna, Aurora, Hiram, Stow and Hudson, recently was awarded the Energy Star Sustained Excellence Award by the U.S. EPA for the third consecutive year.
Sun May 12, 2013
Apply for Homestead Exemption, tax reduction by June 3
The deadline for filing an application for Homestead Exemption and the 2.5 percent tax reduction for tax year 2013 is June 3. Real estate taxes are one year in arrears.
Former Rockette and Broadway veteran performs one-woman show
A Hudson resident of two years, who was once a Radio City Music Hall Rockette and Broadway veteran, will perform a one-woman show, "Kicking Up A Storm," May 17 and 18 at Broadview Heights Spotlight Community Theatre in its Cabaret Series.
Large number of students walk, bike to school in Safe Routes program
Students rode bikes or walked to school May 8 during the 5th annual Safe Routes Hudson and Hudson City Schools Walk to School event.
Sat May 11, 2013
Council approves hiring of new Hudson fire chief
Assistant Fire Chief Jerry Varnes has been promoted to chief and will replace Chief Robert Carter when Carter retires May 15.
Hudson resident receives award from NEOMED
Northeast Ohio Medical University faculty members were recently honored at the annual Spring Faculty Forum in the Ralph Regula Conference and Event Center on the Rootstown campus.
Fri May 10, 2013
Customer Interaction Solutions
Praise the Polymer -- College Turns 25
AKRON, Ohio, May 9 -- The University of Akron issued the following news release: As the world's first and nation's largest academic program devoted to the study of polymers, The University of Akron's College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering has earned its share of bragging rights since its 1988 beginning.
Thu May 09, 2013
West Side and South Side Leader
Copley gets unpleasant surprise with property tax settlement
Fiscal Officer Janice Marshall, at the May 1 Copley Board of Trustees meeting, reported the property tax settlement was $206,000 less than anticipated.