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    • Rotary Club gives Gift of Life

      The Rotary Club of Hudson recently provided a special $5000 donation to Ken Fogle, Director, Gift of Life North East Ohio to be used for the program that is enabling heart surgeries for children in Haiti as well as Egypt. These funds were raised by the successful 2017 Rotary Gala which has been a major contributor to the program for the past 12 years.

    • Hudson ready to beat the heat with new splash pad

      The city's new splash pad will have its grand opening at Veterans Way Park July 26 at 10 a.m. Mayor David Basil and representatives from the Hudson Kiwanis will speak, followed by officials turning on the splash pad for the children to enjoy. Popsicles will be provided by Friends of Hudson Parks.

    • Cosmetic company changes Main Street's makeup

      Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio celebrated a grand opening and ribbon-cutting July 12, hosted by owner Wendy Beck, to announce the launch of the studio at the corner of North Main and Owen Brown streets, according to a press released from the city. "I am very excited and humbled to serve the Hudson community with such high-quality beauty products," Beck said.

    • Mr. Kaulig goes to Washington

      A Hudson business owner represented Ohio July 19 at an event in Washington, D.C., geared toward celebrating domestic manufacturing and President Trump's "Made in America" week. Matt Kaulig, owner and president of LeafFilter Gutter Protection on Georgetown Road, attended the White House event July 19, part of a week of events celebrating American-made products July 17 to 23 and the latest in what the White House is calling its "ongoing effort to promote job creation."

    • Fiber-optics help Hudson's high-tech connections

      The city of Hudson appears to have distinguished itself as a site unusually suitable for high-tech businesses by becoming one of Northeast Ohio's few communities with fiber-optic connectivity in its business districts. One of my neighbors, Steve Smith, who operates software companies and has already sold his first such business, all of them in Hudson, said that fiber-optic connectivity, as opposed to coaxial or copper connectivity, enables businesses to transmit and receive information at much higher rates of speed.

    • Strongsville City Jazz comes to Hudson Green July 23

      On Sunday, July 23, the Hudson Bandstand Committee along with Laurel Lake Retirement Community Fund will welcome Strongsville City Jazz to the Hudson green. The band is co-directed by Ken Mehalko and Jim Wonnacott and features vocalist Kim Wasielewski.

    • Mr. Kaulig goes to Washington

      A Hudson business owner represented Ohio July 19 at an event in Washington, D.C. geared toward celebrating domestic manufacturing and President Trump's "Made in America" week. Matt Kaulig, owner and president of LeafFilter Gutter Protection on Georgetown Road, attended the White House event July 19, part of a week of events celebrating American-made products July 17 to 23 and the latest in what the White House is calling its "ongoing effort to promote job creation."

    • Lots still to look forward to this summer in Hudson

      It's hard to believe we are already nearing the end of July. But there is still a lot to look forward to this summer in Hudson.

    • Hudson Art Hop offers variety of artwork to view or buy

      Hudson If your idea of art is a painting of a soup can, the Art Hop coming Aug. 11 from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Hudson can broaden those artistic horizons. Construction should be completed on Main Street with new wide sidewalks, trees, lights and other amenities to make the walk enjoyable.

    • Cosmetic company changes Main Street's makeup

      Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio celebrated a grand opening celebration and ribbon-cutting July 12, hosted by owner Wendy Beck, to announce the launch of the new studio at the corner of North Main and Owen Brown streets, according to a press released from the city. "I am very excited and humbled to serve the Hudson community with such high-quality beauty products," Beck said.

    • Amherst Township gets millions of dollars worth of new industry

      For more than a decade the township crossroads at Ohio 58 and Ohio 113 has been a blight with long-closed gas stations on two corners, a vacant lot on another and a few dilapidated, squat buildings on the last. All that is about to change as the township gets the biggest burst of new development in years, as millions of dollars of new businesses that promise dozens of jobs.

    • Boston trustees discuss heavy day of bicycle riders in township

      Boston Township could be filled with bicycle riders July 30, Trustee President Amy Anderson said at the Board of Trustees meeting June 28. The Richfield-based Sweet Corn Challenge is scheduled for that day, but cyclists from the Pan Ohio Hope Ride from Cleveland to Cincinnati also will be coming through the area. The Hope Ride will raise funds for cancer research, so Anderson gave the OK for the second set of cyclists.

    • Responds to Council's vote on Block Grant issue

      Council's 4-to-3 vote on June 20 to prevent Hudson's senior citizens, veterans, and others most in need from applying for Community Development Block Grants prompted me to pull out the city's charter and look ahead to this November's election. Citizens interested in really making a difference in how Hudson's future is shaped might consider running for City Council.

    • 'La La Land' to be shown July 21 at the Green

      Hudson's popular summertime movie series is back for its seventh year of outdoor films on the First and Main Green. Screen on the Green is a project of Leadership Hudson and has been a hugely successful event for the community each summer.

    • 'Outstanding evening' with Cleveland Pops in Hudson

      I just want to convey what an outstanding evening it was in Hudson where the committee was able to secure the Cleveland Pops Orchestra to perform for the 40th anniversary year of Concerts on the Green-all due to the sponsor of the Morgan family and foundation as well as the patrons. It was a wonderful evening and so proud that Hudson was able to command such a first class performance.


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