The home at 147 Elm St. is one of about 3,000 prefabricated enameled-steel houses that were built nationwide between 1948 and 1950, of which approximately 2,000 still exist.
By Liz Murphy | Destination Hudson
Columbus -- In one of his last appearances before a state legislative committee in his present capacity as senator, Akron Democrat Tom Sawyer again urged the legislature to change the way the boundaries of congressional districts are redrawn ever decade.
By Marc Kovac Capital Bureau Chief
I was taken aback by the letter from Marie Libby in the Nov. 16 edition of the Hudson Hub regarding democracy in America. It always astonishes me when people disparage others, particularly when they don't know them personally but, are simply opposed to an opinion.
I feel this election has been a huge setback for our country, in general, and women, in particular.
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Several residents as well as the editor of this newspaper have written eloquent letters asking for calm, healing, and unity after a very divisive election. It is difficult to take a different approach without it seeming like whining, complaining, sour grapes, or - worse - bitterness.
The bizarre series of events that left a knife-wielding assailant dead and 11 others injured on the Ohio State University campus is another reminder that violence can erupt anywhere at any time, with tragic consequences.
What an outstanding 8-year-old we are blessed to have in Hudson! Colin Roubic has shown what "Acts of Kindness" is all about. To give up receiving gifts for his birthday and instead asking that his family and friends donate sports equipment to McElbright Elementary School in Akron.
The debate has started again as to whether the U.S. Constitution should be amended in order to change the presidential election process.
Educators across the state are having second thoughts about new testing requirements aimed at strengthening graduation standards. Getting a high school diploma in Ohio is getting tougher.
The home at 60 Division St. has had many lives, many owners and at least one other address. The owners between 1994 and 2000 removed the front door on the flat corner (41 College St.) and began using the side entrance on Division.
By Liz Murphy Destination Hudson
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If there is a measure to gauge the worth of a writer, then it was made by a machinist named John Straka. I am sad to report that John died at Hillcrest Hospital early in the morning on Nov. 18, 2016.
By Eric Marotta News Leader Editor
We wanted to let Hudson know how proud we are at The 220 Group LTD to have had the opportunity to serve those who have served all of us so well.
If you've spent any time listening to Gov. John Kasich over the past six years (or longer), you've no doubt heard him talk about his time in Congress.
By Marc Kovac Dix Capital Bureau
Political analysts haven't yet noticed that similarities exist between Donald Trump and Jimmy Carter. Although one is a Republican and the other a Democrat, both are novice politicians and are doers by the nature of being a builder and an engineer.
In the midst of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national Day of Thanksgiving, which was to be observed on the last Thursday of November in 1863. His hope was to unify the country, and the holiday has been observed annually since.
Editor: I had the privilege of attending a Ward 2 meeting on Nov. 3 and met with city Councilman Casey Weinstein. I was disappointed by the turnout of our citizens as only two of us were there.
Throughout the year, the Beaver Marsh in Cuyahoga Valley National Park teams with life. Depending on the month, you may be serenaded by frogs, watch turtles swim among lily pads, glimpse a beaver nibbling on a willow branch, or hear northern cardinals call from snowy trees.
By Jennie Vasarhelhi Cuyahoga Valley National Park Interim Superintendent
For 55 years, Dick Goddard has been a guest of sorts in the evening in countless northeast Ohio homes, providing TV weather forecasts.
By Mike Lesko | Reporter
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This is a time to be vigilant. We have elected a president of the United States who has verbalized open hostility to women, racial and religious minorities, a man whose emotional stability is questionable.
I had the privilege of attending a Ward 2 meeting on Nov. 3 and met with city Councilman Casey Weinstein. I was disappointed by the turnout of our citizens as only two of us were there.