NORTH CANTON -- Camp Invention, the nation's premier summer enrichment program for children entering kindergarten through sixth grade, is back for another action-packed summer.
William Baughman, son of Dennis and Jennifer Baughman of Hudson, was the first-place winner in the junior high division of the Buckeye Piano Competition for the Ohio Music Teacher's Association Middle East District at Kent State University April 29.
9th Grade, Distinction Abdoo, Johnathan Michael Arnott, Myles Alden Backlin, William Michael Francis Baker, Melanie Renee Baldwin, Anna Hope Baloi, Alexis Dee Becker, Mia Noelle Berichon, Adam Yury Betts, Samantha Rae Bishop,
6th Grade, Distinction Affeldt, Jacob Kennedy Allen, Connor Bryant Apanius, Sophie Violet Arnott, Finlay Archer Ashe JR, David Nixon Ashurst, Brendan Gabriel Babitsky, Katherine Elizabeth Backlin, Benjamin Samuel Jacob Baig, Arsalan <
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AKRON -- The Leadership Akron Alumni Association has named Hudson residents Kirstin Toth and Nick Browning this year's recipients of its Distinguished Leader Award.
Ashland University graduates The following students from Hudson completed their Ashland University degree requirements and will graduate during commencement ceremonies in May. Nicholas Bartulovic will receive a bachelor of arts degree.
Everyone’s favorite ogre visited St. Rita School with a performance in Shrek Jr. The Jr. High students shined as Shrek led the fairytale creatures on another adventure to save the princess.
Immaculate Heart of Mary's Bright Beginnings Pre-K is calling all SUPERHEROES! Join us at an Open House for all 4 5 year olds for the 2017-2018 school year on Thursday, May 18th from 4 - 6 p.m.
AKRON, Ohio – The University of Akron’s Adult Focus program is encouraging adults and veterans interested in continuing their education to attend UA’s Adult, Military and Transfer Student Visit Day on Saturday, May 20 at 9 a.m.
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AKRON, Ohio – The University of Akron (UA) will graduate the first two students in the world with Ph.D.-level training in biomimicry. They are among a total of 2,994 degree candidates who will be awarded degrees at six commencement ceremonies scheduled for UA’s E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall Friday through Sunday, May 12 – 14.
Evamere Elementary School first graders Jonah Vinocur and Will Thomas were nominated and chosen for recognition by the "Kids Making a Difference" program, which is sponsored by The Royster Group and hosted by the Hudson Parent Teacher Organization.
ARLINGTON, VA. Jordyn Zimmerman of Hudson received a 2017 Yes I Can Award from the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).
AKRON, Ohio -- May 3, 2017 – The winding road to acceptance and mutual understanding between the discipline of psychology and the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) organization will be discussed by Dr. Keith Humphries of Stanford University on Thursday, May 18, at the University of Akron.
Kirsten J. O'Keefe, a junior at Hudson High School, has been selected to be among 1,000 attendees at West Point's prestigious Summer Leaders Experience (SLE) in June.
Maansi Raheja participated in a study abroad opportunity offered by John Carroll University's Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures during March. Raheja was among 20 students who traveled to Sicily and Rome as part of the course, "Literary Parks: The Mosaic of Sicily." Dr.
Hudson High School's prom was April 22 at the Cleveland Marriott. Students were asked to submit their photos to share in the paper. Check these out and find more at www.hudsonhubtimes.com.
HIGH POINT, N.C. Liz Reichart, a member of High Point University's class of 2017, has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant. This prestigious award, given by the U.S. Department of State and the J.
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AKRON, Ohio – What would a college student do if they couldn’t request a ride from an Uber, or Google a difficult homework question? These technologies that make everyday life a little easier were once developed by an entrepreneur with a golden idea. At the University of Akron’s hackathon, a UA student could be the next Steve Jobs.
These are the Auto B Good students for March from Evamere Elementary. The characteristics considered this month were: tolerance, consideration and uniqueness. Students are, Bottom row, from left: Joey Verner, Mary Hutchins, Maddy Studzinksi, Wyatt Cox, Henry Liu, Landon Spohn and Alyssa Claxton.