Local News

Schools plan $8.3 million bond issue

January 12, 2011 — Hudson Area Schools’ bond issue is entering phase 2 after the recommendation was approved by the School Board in preparation for it to be placed on the May 3, 2011 ballot. Phase 2 is intended to… (Read more)

Hudson hero Samuel DeGolyer is still remembered

January 5, 2011 — by Hazel Pray Monahan When news of the impending war reached Hudson in 1861, Samuel DeGolyer was foremost among those who rushed to arms, and foremost in inducing others to join in aiding the government to… (Read more)

Council supports manager in fire chief dismissal

January 5, 2011 — On a 5-2 vote at their meeting Tuesday evening the Hudson City Council voiced their support of the the city manager in relieving former Hudson Fire Chief Brian Gerig of his position in November. The dispute… (Read more)

The year in review: 2010 was a big year in Hudson

December 29, 2010 — January • A proposal from the city of Bryan, Ohio to have the regional aquifer protected by the US Environmental Protection Agency was heard in a presentation to more than 80 people at the Hudson Area… (Read more)

Hudson Industrial Park looking at expansion

December 29, 2010 — Expansion and development of the Hudson Industrial Park has been slow but steady over the last quarter century, and now the Local Development Finance Authority (LDFA), which operates the industrial park for the city, is getting… (Read more)

Debate teams compete

December 29, 2010 — This is the Hudson Novice Tournament Team. Front row, left to right: Josh Barnhart (11), Bailey Feekings (10), Elliott Lockhart (10), Alex Messer (10). Back Row, left to right: Elisabeth Walter (9), Cayla Coleman (10). High… (Read more)

City buys new fire truck

December 22, 2010 — After considerable debate about the procedures involved, the Hudson City Council at their meeting Tuesday night approved the purchase of a new $360,000 fire truck. The action came after the Council at their last meeting rejected… (Read more)

Remembering Pearl Harbor

December 8, 2010 — On Dec 7, 1941, the Japanese carrier-based planes attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor. This surprise attack took place at 7:55 a.m. on Sunday morning, a time that found most US warships docked or… (Read more)

Change gears: time for winter sports season

December 8, 2010 — By Bill Mullaly The fall sports just got finished and now the winter sports are going on with two of the teams in action during the first week and the third sport starting was the boys… (Read more)