HUDSON COUNTY AND BEYOND – Whether your interest is politics, entertainment, sports, the latest news, cultural and art world events, or you’re just looking for an apartment or a place for a nice evening out, this weekend’s Hudson Reporter newspapers have all the information you need.
In all of our papers you’ll find an in-depth look at how local college and high school students feel about the impact the Internet has had on their lives in the aftermath of the tragic death of a Rutgers student whose private life was streamed online.
In Hoboken we’ve got coverage of the last council meeting, the prospects of increased PATH service as the county population expands, the potential for Hoboken University Medical Center to be sold, and a sweet story about Lepore’s, a landmark for city chocolate lovers, looking for a new home.
Nothing is on the minds of Jersey City residents these days more than taxes, and our report on how they’ve skyrocketed in the past five years is an eye-opener. We’ve also got interesting reports on a guy who is Web-mapping the city so residents can find sustainable resources, and on the Ward B council election.
Meadowlands Hospital in Secaucus has moved one step closer to being sold, and we’ll give you all the facts about that, and tell you what’s going on at a new community center that’s just opened.
Police in Hudson County have been using a certain on-line service that offers adult services to arrest those who advertise there, and our West New York reporter has the story. In Union City a political flyer aimed at a proponent of a failed recall campaign has raised some dust. Weehawken just opened its first park for canine recreation, and our paper there also has a discussion of why taxes have gone up in that town.
Most folks have a three day weekend thanks to Columbus Day. Plenty of time to catch up on all that’s new and newsworthy in the Hudson Reporter newspapers.