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Keeping Hudson Clean

The Kulas family was in the helping spirit Saturday with members Zoey, 8, and Braylon, 7, volunteering their time to keep Hudson clean. The siblings helped to clear two bags of trash from Sullivan Road in less than a half mile, while on a family walk outdoors.

A new twist: A virtual Easter Egg Hunt

We may be staying in this Easter and unable to host our annual Easter Egg Event, but that doesn’t mean we can’t put a social distancing twist on it! We are encouraging the Hudson community to participate in the Hudson Recreation’s Virtual Easter Egg Hunt. Here is how it works: • ...

Where were Taylor Falls and what became of them?

Hudson’s western boundary is marked by a delightful section of the Merrimack River stretching from Litchfield on the north to some 6.5 miles south to the state line with Massachusetts. River crossings to Nashua occur at the Sagamore Bridge at the south near Walmart and at the Taylor Falls and ...

A letter to Hudson parents from the superintendent

Dear staff and parents; We sent out a survey on Monday evening and we’ve received 1300+ replies! THANK YOU for the overwhelming positive feedback and support. We appreciate your feedback and the questions. We hope to share a summary of the results next week. We have compiled a “Frequently ...

GNMH still serving community

Governor Sununu has mandated the closing of all non-essential businesses  in an attempt to  slow the spread of the virus during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hospitals are scrambling to treat sick patients and makeshift healthcare facilities are springing up in available facilities to accommodate ...

Helping Hands for April 5

Helping Hands is a weekly feature that provides information about the needs of some local nonprofit agencies. To include your nonprofit agency in Helping Hands, email neighbors@nashuatelegraph.com. Submissions are due by 5 p.m. Wednesday. Requests for cash donations and gift cards won’t be ...

City Hall flag raising

A ceremony to raise the flag of the Francophone World at Nashua City Hall plaza was on March 3, sponsored by the Richelieu Club Nashua in the presence of Mayor Jim Donchess, Aldermen Ernest Jette and Jan Schmidt, and Consular Representatives from French-speaking countries’ Boston offices: ...

Blood Drives for April 5

New Hampshire has reached a critical need for blood for local hospitals. Please consider donating as soon as possible to one of the following blood drives. For more information or to reserve a time, call 1-800-733-2767 or visit redcrossblood.org. Appointments can be made online. With ...

Scavenging up some fun in a time when social distancing is encouraged

HUDSON – I’m a preschool teacher, so in the spring I typically take my students for walks and do a scavenger hunt related to nature. Between my boyfriend and I, we have five children at home right now ranging in age from 4-17. The younger ones get a little stir crazy. Originally, I was ...

End 68 Hours of Hunger lends hand

LITCHFIELD – End 68 Hours of Hunger volunteers have been hard at work via the Litchfield chapter to pack 54 bags of food supplies, so that 18 students impacted by COVID-19 closures will have access to three weeks worth of food to help with social distancing during that time. These supplies ...

Let’s look at when Hudson was established

HUDSON — While giving tours and talking town history, we at the Hudson Historical Society, frequently hear the question, “When was our town established? The bronze tablet pictured here identifies the five birthdays, or founding dates, for the Town of Hudson. Dunstable, ...

Hudson Chamber compiling resource list

HUDSON – The Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce has compiled a list of businesses and services available during the coronavirus outbreak. Visit https://www.hudsonchamber.com/support-our-businesses-in-crisis for details. To be included in the list, email the Chamber at ...

Chamber postponing annual dinner, events

HUDSON – The Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce is taking steps and precautions as recommended by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention to encourage social-distancing. The Chamber is following protocols to limit in-person interactions and reschedule many events, which include ...

Officials offer tips to maximize membership

HUDSON – The Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce is offering tips to it members to maximize benefits during the coronavirus outbreak. Tips include: • Review custom directory listing on the Chamber’s website. Is it 100% complete? Can you update any information? • Introduce ...

St. Mary’s Bank limits services to drive-up

HUDSON – Services at St. Mary’s Bank in Hudson are limited to drive-up only. Drive-up hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Wednesday; 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday; ad 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. The bank is located at 3 Winnhaven Drive. For additional information, ...

Mass not open to the public; events canceled

HUDSON – The Most Rev. Peter A. Libasci, bishop of the Diocese of Manchester, has declared that Mass is no longer open to the general public given the serious conditions that have developed over the COVID-19 virus. This includes St. Kathryn Parish in Hudson. In addition, the Hudson ...

Local Lion Honored by International President

During his visit to Nashua and the Granite State last week, Lions Clubs International president Dr. Jung-Yul Choi recognized Nashua Lion and past International Director Ed Lecius with his Presidential Medal for his dedication and commitment to the Association. The award is the second-highest ...

Local pet supply store under new ownership

HUDSON – A local pet supply store is now under new ownership, with a new name and new plans to offer additional products and different classes. Husband and wife duo Carola and Dominick Mandeville took over Chasing Our Tails on October 1, changing the store name to Happy Tails NH. Since ...

School officials react to COVID-19

HUDSON – The Hudson School District announced plans earlier this week to cancel school and start remote learning protocols in response to coronavirus concerns. District officials released the follow statement: “The Hudson School District will be closing next week to put into practice ...