Grant opportunity for non-profits in Hudson

The Seniors and Youth Partners in Philanthropy (SAYPIP) Board extends an invitation to Hudson-based non-profit organizations to submit grant applications for funding now through Feb. 14.

The SAYPIP Board consists of Seton Catholic School eighth grade students and residents of the Laurel Lake Retirement Community. The seniors and students work together to learn about philanthropy, grant-making, allocating money, and community service. The year-long program culminates with the request for proposals and distribution of grants to worthy organizations within Hudson. The grants are funded by The Burton D. Morgan Foundation.

Grant applications must be received by Feb. 14 and grant funding will be awarded in March.To request a grant application, contact Patricia Fritz, director of communications, Seton Catholic School at 330-342-4200 ext. 226 or

Seton Catholic School is located at 6923 Stow Road in Hudson.

Two-hour parking enforcement begins Jan. 1

Hudson has installed two-hour parking signs in the First & Main and North Main Street areas. The signs have been in place for a few months to allow customers to learn where they are located. Enforcement begins Jan. 1, 2017.

The signs were installed after requests from the Hudson merchants for the city to re-evaluate the downtown parking codes, implement two-hour parking in some areas and increase enforcement. The goal is to encourage parking turnover to help ensure customers have access to parking spots, making it easier to access downtown stores during peak hours.

Longer-term parking is still available in the parking terrace, in the parking lot on Village Way, and more. To view a map of the parking areas and parking limits downtown Hudson, go to