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    • Modeling invasive activity: Zebra mussels' infiltration of North American rivers

      The invasion of nonnative species has widespread and detrimental effects on both local and global ecosystems. These intruders often spread and multiply prolifically, overtake and displace native species, alter the intended interactions between flora and fauna, and damage the environment and economy.

    • Hudson Bandstand Sunday Night Summer Concert Series

      The 40th annual Hudson Bandstand Committee summer concert series will kick of Memorial Day with music from the Hudson High School Jazz I and II ensembles, sponsored by the Hudson Kiwanis. Hudson High School is known throughout the area for its excellent Jazz program.

    • Longtime Davey executive retires after 40-year career

      Steve Marshall, executive vice president and assistant to the president, has retired after 40 years of service to The Davey Tree Expert Company. Marshall, who retired April 1, started his career in Davey's Akron office in 1977 as a lawn care technician.

    • HCTV

      Western Reserve Academy Archivist and Historian Thomas L. Vince presents the life of abolitionist and former Hudson resident John Brown and Morgan's Raid the historic march of a cavalry of confederate soldiers deep into Union territory and led by Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan. Recorded at the historic Old Town Hall in Tallmadge, Mr. Vince tells the tale of these momentous Civil War subjects that changed the course of the nation.

    • Hudson artist Stuart Gair geatured in 'Best of 2017' at Ohio Craft Museum

      Hudson native Stuart B. Gair received the Watkins Printing Poster Award and Yassenoff Family Award for Excellence in the Ohio Craft Museum's "Best of 2017." The juried exhibition, on display until June 18, will showcase contemporary fine craft by 51 artists.

    • Council recognizes volunteerism, service by residents

      Mayor David Basil presented a resolution thanking Joan Brandon for her service as a member of the cemetery board and to the Hudson community from Nov. 17, 2004 to Dec. 31, 2016. "As a cemetery board member and long-time Hudson Garden Club member, Mrs. Brandon enthusiastically supported having the Markillie and St. Mary's cemeteries showcased in the 2008 Hudson Home and Garden Tour," Basil said.

    • Leadership Hudson project to help feed poor

      A project that combines the love of food with providing food for the hungry was unveiled May 11 by the Leadership Hudson class of 2017. The group, consisting of Nicole Alverson, Jim Christ, Kathy DeLong, Nicole Gallagher, Tom Goad, Jenny Kelemen, Wes Lambert, Joe Moran, Kelly O'Brien, Charlotte Reed, Maureen Reich, Meredith Zaffrann and Keri Zipay, chose for their service project to organize a Hudson Restaurant Week beginning in 2018 to raise funds for the Hudson Food Pantry.

    • Next Exit History - Hudson

      Since the 1930s, the large building at 36 E. Streetsboro St. has been known as Turner's Mill, and the lettering remains on the front. The building was constructed in 1852 by James Ellsworth's father, Edgar Birge Ellsworth, in anticipation of the expected economic boom from the Clinton Line, the second of three railroad lines planned for Hudson.

    • HCTV

      The Wednesday, May 18 Bloodhound Model Rocket Car Event will be live from Memorial Stadium on HCTV starting at 9:15am and again at 1:30pm. These two live programmings will repeat immediately after - - and be made into a final production to air next week on HCTV.

    • Learn to work with recruiters May 15

      Hudson Job Search will present "Working with Recruiters" presented by Jim Gorian. Gorian is president of Management Recruiters of Hudson and a HJS advisor.

    • Hearings address prevailing Ohio wage law

      The Ohio House launched hearings Tuesday on legislation that would give local communities discretion on whether to follow the state's prevailing wage law on public works projects. Backers of HB 163 and companion legislation in the Ohio Senate say the proposal stops well short of an outright repeal, as has been attempted in the legislature in past sessions.

    • Support young entrepreneurs at lemonade stands

      Rain or shine, Lemonade Day Month continued with groups from Seton Catholic School selling lemonade, snacks and raising money for charities May 6 7. The annual Lemonade Day program began in 2011 in Northeast Ohio, and students from the Hudson City Schools, Hudson Montessori School and Seton Catholic School participate in the program. Lemonade Day is a national initiative to educate youth about how to start, own and operate a business.

    • Sheeter shares paintings of Landsberg at Peg's Gallery

      Artist Hilary H. Sheeter will turn 88 in July and has painted for more than 50 years, capturing the landscapes and buildings of familiar sites in Northeast Ohio. But Sheeter also has captured far distant lands on his travels and shares the castles and cityscapes of Hudson's sister city, Landsberg, Bavaria, Germany, at Peg's Gallery through June 6. Peg's Gallery, 10 W. Streetsboro St., is free and open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. To 4 p.m. Landsberg is on the Lech River, an ancient city dating to the Bronze Age and an important frontier town in the Roman Empire, Sheeter said.

    • Great Clips opens on West Market Street

      Great Clips, the world's largest and leading family hair care brand, is proud to announce the opening of its newest family hair care salon in Akron. Located at the West Market Street Station shopping area, at the site of the old "Westpoint Market," Great Clips will join Orange Theory as the first tenants in this beautiful new shopping experience.

    • Farinacci Pizza attributes 10 years of success to putting people first

      Many restaurants close before their first anniversary. Not so for Farinacci Pizza in Hudson, located at 86 Owen Brown St., where after 10 years of selling handmade pizzas and fresh salads, the family-run business has earned a reputation for quality food and authentic relationships.

    • Rain doesn't dampen fun at Hale Farm Barn Party

      Tom Giffels of Bath and Elizabeth Campbell of Akron, enjoy the food by Totally Cooked Catering at the 2017 Hale Farm & Village Barn Party Saturday evening at the Hale Farm & Village in Bath Township. Guests enjoyed music, food, beer and wine tastings, historic crafts, storytelling, wagon rides and a bonfire.

    • Hostesses for the 70th annual Hudson Home and Garden Tour

      Here are the head hostesses for the 2017 Hudson Home and Garden Tour, the 70th annual event taking place June 15 and 16. Pictured in the back row, from left: Kitt Holcomb, Camille Kuri , Rosemary Jones, Amy Squyres. Front Row: Kristie Berish, Carol Lasko, Lois Schademan.

    • HCTV

      The Spring Hudson High School Orchestra concert from last week will begin airing Monday evening. The Spring HHS Band concert is scheduled to start Wednesday evening .

    • Western Reserve Community Band needs ride for parade

      The Western Reserve Community Band is faced with the problem of not having transportation for this year's Memorial Day Parade in Hudson. Each year it becomes more and more difficult in finding a business who is able provide the flat bed truck to haul the band through the parade route.

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