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Where in Hudson is this? for Sept. 28
Sep 28, 2016 12:00 AM

Where in Hudson is this? for Sept. 28

Although many people guessed that the door shown in the last column was on the Clocktower, it is really only about 10 inches tall. Dan and Mary Marinchick at 166 Ravenna St.

By Liz Murphy | Destination Hudson
Capital News: Go check your voter registration status, right now
Sep 28, 2016 12:00 AM

Capital News: Go check your voter registration status, right now

Columbus -- Maybe you're a regular voter, casting a ballot whenever the polls are open, whether a primary, general or special election. Maybe you send in an absentee ballot to avoid the lines on election days.

By Marc Kovac | Capital Bureau Chief
Front Row Seat: Deaths of two icons remind us of when Westerns ruled TV
Sep 28, 2016 12:00 AM

Front Row Seat: Deaths of two icons remind us of when Westerns ruled TV

As a young boy, I remember crawling on my stomach in our backyard, pretending I was scout Flint McCullough of TV's "Wagon Train" on the lookout for Indians.

By Mike Lesko | Reporter
Dreaming Out Loud: Do your own research while you watch the debates Monday night
Sep 25, 2016 12:02 AM

Dreaming Out Loud: Do your own research while you watch the debates Monday night

The first presidential debate is this coming Monday night, Sept. 26. Living under a rock would not prevent you from knowing the two people running for office -- Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

By Andrew Adam | Hudson Hub-times Editor
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Sep 25, 2016 12:00 AM

OUR VIEW: Questions complicate marijuana use in Ohio

Use of legalized drug awaits drafting of state regulations

Capital News: Chief Justice: Get out, votes for judges (and tell others, too)
Sep 21, 2016 12:00 AM

Capital News: Chief Justice: Get out, votes for judges (and tell others, too)

Columbus -- In less than two months, eligible Ohioans will help decide the next president of the United States. They'll also vote on a U.S. Senate race and a bunch of U.S. House races and for a whole slew of state Senate and House seats.

By Marc Kovac | Capital Bureau Chief
Sep 21, 2016 12:00 AM

Guest Column: Heroin crisis requires all of Summit County to work together

The numbers are staggering. Since January of this year, emergency crews have responded to over 500 heroin overdose calls in Akron alone. And in the month of July, nearly 30 people died in Akron from taking heroin or heroin laced with fentanyl or even worse, carfentanil.

By Sherri Bevan Walsh | Summit County Prosecutor
Sep 18, 2016 12:00 AM

OUR VIEW: Closer look needed at student debt

State panel should examine notification rules, added fees

Front Row Seat: A 'wonderful life' for one of 'the greatest generation'
Sep 18, 2016 12:00 AM

Front Row Seat: A 'wonderful life' for one of 'the greatest generation'

Anxious to follow his brother and join the war effort, at age 17 in 1944, Bill Fridrich, my father-in-law, quit high school and signed up with the U.S. Navy to fight in World War II.

By Mike Lesko | Reporter
Sep 18, 2016 12:00 AM

Letter: Artists thanks community for 2nd Friday Art Hop support

The 2nd Friday Art Hop spring/summer season is officially over and we studios and galleries would like to thank the community, merchants and the Hub for the wonderful support.

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Where in Hudson is this? for Sept. 14
Sep 14, 2016 12:00 AM

Where in Hudson is this? for Sept. 14

The picture was of Mickey (or Mickey Mouse) at the Hudson Equestrian Center on Ravenna Street. There is another often in a pasture on the south side of Boston Mills Road, and readers alerted me to one almost directly across the street from Seton Catholic School on Stow Road and one (possibly two) on Valley View.

By Liz Murphy | Destination Hudson
Capital News: Kasich facing another decision on execution dates
Sep 14, 2016 12:00 AM

Capital News: Kasich facing another decision on execution dates 1

Columbus -- Gov. John Kasich has a decision to make in the relatively near future, and it probably won't be an easy one. Because in a few months, Ohio is supposed to restart lethal injections down at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville.

By Marc Kovac | Capital Bureau Chief
Hold That Thought: Star Trek has lived long and prospered for 50 years. Here's to 50 more
Sep 11, 2016 12:04 AM

Hold That Thought: Star Trek has lived long and prospered for 50 years. Here's to 50 more

Star Trek, that pop culture milestone which gave the world Tribbles, aliens with pointed ears and the Starship Enterprise, was first broadcast on Sept. 8, 1966. At a time of war, strife and turmoil, show creator Gene Roddenberry gave television audiences a glimpse into an idealized future.

By Scott Shriner | Rpc Associate Editor
Sep 11, 2016 12:00 AM

Sidelines: Remembering: September 11, 2001

They say you always remember where you were when . . . It was a perfect almost-fall morning -- the sun shining, a beautiful blue sky above. At Record Publishing Co. in Stow, we were finishing up our weekly publications for Wednesday. A typical September Tuesday.

By Marsha Mckenna | Senior Editor
Capital News: Stop thinking about politics for a moment and start thinking about butterflies
Sep 7, 2016 12:02 AM

Capital News: Stop thinking about politics for a moment and start thinking about butterflies

Columbus -- It's all Trump this, Hillary that at the moment, with more than a little of your time being devoted to conversations about building some sort of barrier along the country's southern border with Mexico, right?

By Marc Kovac | Capital Bureau Chief
The Way it Was: More memories from the days of Prohibition
Sep 7, 2016 12:00 AM

The Way it Was: More memories from the days of Prohibition

Prohibition was the law of the land between 1920 and 1933. For me, that was between the ages of 3 and 16. I remember some things from those days. Seeing a man staggering along on his way home after having spent some time at the local tavern was a pitiful sight.

By John Straka
Sep 4, 2016 12:00 AM

Front Row Seat: Visiting Ford Museum, Greenfield Village opens children's eyes to history

The trip was a chance for me to learn about important people and events in American history and how they shaped our country.

By Mike Lesko | Reporter
Sep 4, 2016 12:00 AM

Our View: Overdose death trend in Ohio disturbing

Tough approach works in Singapore; should be considered by legislature

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Where in Hudson is This? for Aug. 31
Aug 31, 2016 12:02 AM

Where in Hudson is This? for Aug. 31

I love that Hudson is still close enough to its roots to have a working farm. The herd of beef cattle can be seen on the Hasbrook Farm on Stow Road.

By Liz Murphy | Destination Hudson
Capital News: Kasich keeps talking about drug addiction, and you should, too
Aug 31, 2016 12:00 AM

Capital News: Kasich keeps talking about drug addiction, and you should, too

Columbus -- Gov. John Kasich was stumping for Republican Sen. Rob Portman recently when his thoughts turned to drug addiction."You know not to touch them, right?" he told one teen campaign volunteer.

By Marc Kovac | Capital Bureau Chief