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Got an opinion on the city's proposed regulations on recreational marijuana shops? Councilors want to hear from you.The City Council is scheduled to hold a... [Read More]
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Strolling through downtown Hudson Wednesday, former Police Chief Richard Braga marveled at the transformation Main Street has undergone the past few years."There's a tremendous amount... [Read More]
An expanded partnership between the school district and Quinsigamond Community College will soon allow high school seniors to graduate with a certification in a handful of... [Read More]
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The high school's baseball, softball, lacrosse and soccer teams will soon be practicing and playing on a modern synthetic turf surface.The city's second synthetic turf field... [Read More]
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Police are searching for a man they say stole three iPhones from a Solomon Pond Mall store last week..The man went to the Apple Store... [Read More]
Several Marlborough school students will have their artwork featured in the Youth Art Month exhibit.The Council for Art Education administers Youth Art Month, which encourages... [Read More]
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Guiding and aiding those with mental health and substance abuse struggles has been a 20-year labor of love for Shannon Leary.Growing up with aspirations to... [Read More]
Planning leaders Tuesday outlined draft multifamily housing guidelines that recommend what types should be built in certain sections of the city.Officials from the Metropolitan Area... [Read More]
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Thomas Moses knew shortly into his tenure as Hudson's executive assistant that the position and town were ideal fits.Selectmen share his feelings.Moses - executive assistant... [Read More]
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd will close at the end of the month due to declining numbers and increased health care needs.The leadership team... [Read More]
Planning officials outlined housing types suitable for neighborhoods across the city as part of the recently-released multifamily housing design guidelines that Urban Affairs Committee members... [Read More]
Nobody was injured when a car careened off Church Street and crashed into a two-car garage behind the Britton Summers Funeral Home Thursday.Francis Marnalse, 76,... [Read More]
A Best Buy employee was arrested Wednesday after police say he stole numerous electronics valued at more than $7,000 during the past six months. Best... [Read More]
Changes are coming to the town's weekly farmers market.Town officials this week announced the market will start one hour later this year to help boost... [Read More]
Town officials are asking the Baker administration to release $500,000 awarded to Hudson as part of his 2016 Economic Development Bond bill to revamp the... [Read More]
Citing worries about public safety, city councilors on Monday shot down a proposal to allow overnight on-street parking during the winter.But Councilor Joseph Delano asked... [Read More]
Recreational pot shops will be restricted to certain sections of Rte. 20 if the City council approves a proposed zoning ordinance.Councilor Joseph Delano presented a... [Read More]
Got an idea for a future use for the former Packard Street police headquarters? Selectmen and town officials want to hear from you.The board will... [Read More]
The city's Community Development Authority saved slightly more than $100,000 in the first year of a 20-year solar net metering agreement that officials say could... [Read More]
Flames leapt from the roof of a home at 145 Hopedale St. early Saturday evening as firefighters from several communities battled a stubborn fire.Firefighters were... [Read More]
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