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Blood Drives

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

Rabies clinic canceled

Due to the Governor’s “stay-at-home-orders” through May 4, the Annual Community Rabies Clinic, scheduled for April 25, at the Animal Control Facility, has been canceled until further notice. Please contact your veterinarian if your pet’s rabies vaccination has expired or will expire ...

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donates 20 tons of food to N.H.

MANCHESTER – Looking to curb hunger in New Hampshire and to provide support as the need rises in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donated more than 40,000 pounds of food to the New Hampshire Food Bank last week. The donation, which ...

Nonprofit fund applications being accepted today

CONCORD – The New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority and New Hampshire Business Finance Authority are partnering in an effort to support the state’s nonprofit organizations during the COVID-19 outbreak. The CDFA and BFA will be administering the resources of the newly ...

Area Native Aboard USS Harry S. Truman

Aviation Ordnanceman 2nd Class Scott Parenteau, from Manchester, uploads rounds into an F/A-18F Super Hornet, assigned to the ‘Fighting Checkmates’ of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 211, on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) in the Red Sea on March 31. The ...

Virtual experiences available

CONCORD – While visitors may not be able to physically experience New Hampshire right now, they can virtually dive into some of what the Granite State has to offer. As New Hampshire deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development has refreshed ...

Easter Time in Hudson

Raegan age 3, and Lennyx age 2, children of Denijean Alice of Hudson, craft Easter bunnies at home.

Nashua Nonprofit Aids Community Members

NASHUA, NH, (April 7, 2020) – The Front Door Agency, a Nashua-based nonprofit that helps families transition from crisis to self-sufficiency, announced that it is now accepting applications for aid from community members struggling to make ends meet as a result of the current COVID-19 ...

Area Students make the Dean’s List Fall 2019

Adelphi University Kathryn Lynn, Nashua Fairfield University Abigail Sakati, Hudson Saint Anselm College Robert Angelli, Hudson Margarett Chesna, Hudson Meghan Sullivan, Hudson Elizabeth McCann, Mason Nicholas Bagley, Merrimack E. Christian de Penasse, Merrimack Elise Jolly, ...

April & May Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Events Cancelled

Nashua, NH (April 3, 2020) After careful consideration, the Nashua Region Solid Waste Management District in conjunction with Nashua Regional Planning Commission, has cancelled the April 18, 2020, HHW collection in Nashua and May 2, 2020, HHW collection in Milford. This decision has not been ...

NH Writers’ Project Takes Programming Online

Organization Shifts all in-person workshops and Annual 603 Conference to Virtual Format In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the New Hampshire Writers’ Project (NHWP) is now conducting all of its scheduled workshops online rather than in-person. “We are concerned about the health of our ...

Volunteers appreciated now more than ever

April is National Volunteer Appreciation Month, and Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains appreciates its more than 5,000 adult volunteers more than ever as we enter this month under stay-at-home orders in New Hampshire and Vermont due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Every April, the council ...

Warm line setup for families in distress

As the global pandemic turns daily life upside down, stresses are high and families are feeling the impact.  To help families through these unprecedented times, Waypoint, in partnership with the State of New Hampshire, has developed a statewide Family Support Warm Line that launched on Monday, ...

Assistant Principal Appreciation Week

Assistant Principal Appreciation: Please join the Thornton Ferry School team in Merrimack in recognizing Ms. Champlin during Assistant Principal Appreciation Week. ‘Ms. Champlin is an amazing assistant principal and inspiring leader and support for kids, families and staff. TFS families ...

Virtual town office

The Hudson Town Offices are are now operating ‘virtual town office’ and are not open to the public. For information on registrations or other town related information you are being asked to contact them at 886-6003 or  hudsonnh.gov/emergency-operations for more information. They are ...

Earth Day 2020 activities postponed

Due to the ongoing crisis, the Earth Day Party and Roadside Cleanup scheduled for April 18 is postponed. It is the Hudson Sustainability Committee’s hope that the Roadside Cleanup can be held in late fall. Should you be interested in volunteering for the possible fall roadside cleanup ...

Blue Enforcement Light now active

The town of Hudson on March 16 installed the first Blue Enforcement Light in the state. This light will provide visual confirmation to a police officer when a vehicle is running a red traffic light from Sagamore Bridge to Lowell Road (northbound). This light turns blue (active) when the ...

Transfer Station re-opening set

During this State of Emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town is taking steps to maintain the continuity of operations for all Town Services. To assist the residents with waste disposal the following procedures will be put into place: The transfer station will be open every Saturday from ...

Hudson School District 2020/2021 School Year

Information Regarding New Kindergarten and 1st Grade Students Any child currently enrolled does not need to register for the next school year. To register online: ELC.SAU81.ORG Parent/Student Registration New Kindergarten and 1st Grade online registrations are now available ...

Missing School

This driveway in Hudson has been cheerfully decorated for the Nottingham West Elementary School. Braydon Landry of Hudson, who is a second grader in Mrs. Ouellette’s class wanted to let his teacher know she is missed. (Photo courtesy of Lissa Gorman Proulx)