8 hrs ago
State lifts warning about bacteria in Hudson's Ottarnic Pond
Concord, NH - The cyanobacteria cell concentration in Otternic Pond, Hudson, NH, is below a level of public health concern.
12 hrs ago
Suit claims Hudson violates rights of panhandlers
The New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union claimed Wednesday that the town of Hudson routinely violates the free-speech rights of panhandlers when police officers forbid them from asking for handouts.
17 hrs ago
Merrimack best, Hudson worst in area's July unemployment rates
The jobless rate in communities throughout Greater Nashua ranged from 4.8 percent in Merrimack to 5.1 percent in Hudson last month, according to the state, compared to the statewide rate of 4.4 percent.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Hudson town, police accused of violating panhandler's rights in federal lawsuit
The town of Hudson and its police department were sued in federal court Wednesday over the treatment of panhandlers in town and what advocates called a clear violation of protected free speech rights.
Program to help hungry Hudson kids with food packages
The program sends home weekend food packages with children enrolled in the federal Free and Reduced Lunch program.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Protest signs and protests remain at Market Basket, despite company directive
The glass doors at the Market Basket in Hudson remained full of customer receipts Monday, some yellowed from the sun, despite a directive from management to remove all signs that don't relate to pricing or operations.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Tri State celebrates grand opening at new locale
Tri State Fire Protection held a Grand Opening on Friday, Aug. 8, to celebrate its new location at 26 Hampshire Drive in Hudson.
Owner Of Pelham, NH, Store Charged With Selling Synthetic Marijuana
The owner of a Pelham store is under arrest and facing charges of selling synthetic marijuana, commonly known as spice.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Homeland Heroes to open "store" in Hudson
Staff from Nashua's 1-800-GOTJUNK franchise unloaded several truckloads of donated furnishings at the new Homeland Heroes "store" in Hudson on Thursday afternoon.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
ML: Jim Lawrence: Jobs, economy, education are key issues
Jim Lawrence, a Hudson businessman and former state representative, says he's seeking the Republican nomination for the District 2 Congressional seat because the other candidates aren't focusing on the right issues.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Market Basket protest hits home in York
Jon Dixon, a deli manager for Market Basket in Nashua, N.H., is among a handful of protestors who last weekend stood in front of a Shore Road home owned by a reported shareholder and family member of the grocery store chain.
Senior Center, TV studio share enthusiasm
The Hudson Senior Center/Hudson Community TV studio building faces Kimball Hill Road on the Benson Park property.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Hudson police looking for owners of cats abandoned on roadside Sunday
Police are hoping someone recognizes a pair of friendly house cats that were found abandoned on the side of the road on Sunday.
Meet the Candidates: Jim Lawrence
AND WE ARE TRACKING THREE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES WHO ARE FACING OFF IN THE SEPTEMBER PRIMARY.
Community Advocate Newspaper
Richard C. Rollins, 65, formerly of Hudson
Richard C. Rollins, 65, of Meredith, N.H., formerly of Hudson, died Friday, Aug. 8, 2014 at Franklin Regional Hospital in Franklin, N.H. Richard was born in Marlborough, son of the late William B. and Florence M. Rollins.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Former Hudson zoo site home to state's newest free library
Derek and Jennifer LeClair and their children, Noah, 9, Gavin, 10, and Alessia, 3, are the stewards of Hudson's new Little Free Library in Benson Park.
Woman crashes car in Hudson, faces DWI charge
A Massachusetts woman was arrested Sunday morning on charges she was driving drunk when she caused an accident on Lowell Road.
Hudson crash leads to driving while intoxicated charge
Police charged a 29-year-old Massachusetts woman with drinking and driving after her pick-up truck struck the back of another vehicle near the Sagamore Bridge.
Hampton police log: June 30- July 5
Arrested Mikayla Ferullo, 21, of Dracut, Mass., on a charge of hindering apprehension or prosecution.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Bridge Street Waterfront project, still 2 years away at least, tweaks apartment plan
The big development planned for the east end of Bridge Street will feature fewer but slightly larger apartments when it opens, perhaps by mid-2016.