There are lots of internet rumors about Hoboken's three mayoral frontrunners, so we asked them the tough questions this past week. Between that and four pages of your letters, there's plenty to learn about the candidates in this weekend's Hoboken edition before you vote on May 12.
Not to mention an involved story about an ongoing gang problem in the mile-square city, with lots of surprising details.
Similarly, in Jersey City, we'll have our summary of the mayoral debate we held in our offices, which brought out a lot of opinions on crime, taxes, and infrastructure.
Meanwhile, a prominent North Hudson mayor is being sued by his former secretary, who says her termination was due to the personal relationships in Town Hall.
Let's get back to Jersey City for a second. What's going on with this trend in shootings of young people? And what ever happened to the man who was almost killed in a racial attack 20 years ago? He's still recovering, but in Oklahoma...
In Secaucus, the pols are prattling about potholes, and in Weehawken, we've got a cover story that's in really good taste.
There are a lot of provocative and important stories in our print editions this weekend, and they'll also be posted here on our homepage at midnight Saturday (well, technically that's Sunday morning) so you can leave comments below each one.
Our right scroll bar on the homepage now lists stories by "Most commented," so discuss and join in the fray. Comment beneath each story!!