C. Brian Rexroad, son of Ben and Sandy Rexroad of Hudson, has been promoted from assistant vice president of technology security, AT&T Services, Inc. to vice president of security platforms. He will have responsibility for realization and delivery of zero-touch automated security platforms including Authentication, Security Function Virtualization, and Threat Analytics capabilities.
Community First was awarded a grant from the Rotary Club of Hudson for a program to educate graduating seniors about real life things they need to know when they go off to college. We worked with Kelly Kempf, HCSD Pupil Services to create the program.
Hudson Heritage Association presents the deed and resident research of the history of the 1826 Ellsworth-Kilbourn House, 1213 Barlow Road. This week on KBTime, Kabir discusses the First & Main Phase II plan, as well the future of Hudson Middle School with Superintendent Phil Herman and Don Husat of Hudson Heritage Association.
About two and a half years have passed since a jury found a former Hudson osteopathic doctor guilty of sexual imposition. On April 19, a judge could send him to jail or consider his attorney's request to continue a stay of execution of sentence, after filing a motion for a new trial.
After the developer shared some ideas and asked for input from residents at an April 13 open house, a concept plan for Downtown Phase II is expected to be ready next month. More than 75 residents attended the meeting at the Jo-Ann Conference Center where Testa Companies presented a slideshow of ideas and also had printouts of the proposed changes for additional input from residents.
Amidst the chaos, confusion and conflicting stories rife in celebrated playwright Neil Simon's "Rumors," there will be an abundance of hilarity to enjoy. The cast of Western Reserve Academy's spring comedy are busy preparing for this playful performance, which is sure to leave audiences in stitches.
Over the years, our children have participated in band and orchestra, P.E. swim classes, middle school choir, recreational Basketball and Lacrosse, and multiple indoor and outdoor sports throughout middle school and high school. We have attended concerts and entrepreneur fairs, plays and poetry readings, School Board Meetings and PTO Events all at our district facilities.
I am writing to encourage my fellow citizens to vote "yes" on the Hudson School Permanent Improvement Fund Levy in May. The PIF Levy renews our commitment to the safety and security as well as technological and structural integrity of our schools. Like many, if not all, of you, we bought a home in Hudson because of Hudson's charming style and excellent school system.
Man mapped the ages of nearly all of Cincinnati's buildings Nathan Rooy has mapped the age of nearly every building in Cincinnati and most of those in Hamilton County. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/2oOfYPq Nathan Rooy attempted to capture a bit of that character by mapping the age of nearly every building in the city and most of Hamilton County.
As a parent of a Hudson student, I encourage all Hudson residents to vote on May 2, 2017 FOR the renewal of the Permanent Improvement Fund levy for the Hudson City Schools. This levy will not increase taxes, but is a 1.5 mill, five-year limited renewal levy for the fund that has been in place since 1962.
Here comes Spring, and along with it, perhaps the urge to walk around our beautiful town! Why not install the Next Exit History app on your smartphone and pick an interesting destination here in Hudson. Thanks to grants from the Reinberger Foundation and the Hudson Community Foundation, Destination Hudson and Hudson Heritage Association are busy populating the app with all sorts of historic sites in our town.
The April edition of Good Day in Hudson has a theme of baseball as The Cleveland Indians begin to defend their American League championship. Host Frank Youngwerth welcomes Rick Kellar, president of the Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation, Dan Gerbracht of Hudson Community Television and an interview of Baseball Hall of Fame Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller from a few years ago.
Event organizers are hoping to raise $10,000 for a Summit Lake after-school mentoring program with an April 27 dinner-and-a-show event at First Congregational Church of Hudson . Proceeds from the event, sponsored by First Congregational Church and Bath United Church of Christ , will benefit Students With A Goal , a four-year-old program promoting academic, social and spiritual development for sixth- through 12th-grade at-risk students in Akron's Summit Lake neighborhood, said Bath UCC member and event co-organizer Cathy Leuenberger.