Not-to-be-missed issues of the Reporter newspapers this weekend
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NEWS YOU CAN USE -- Hoboken residents with power were kept up to date via a bullet board at City Hall, not to mention the storm information written on this window at a Hoboken Starbucks. Photo by Caren Matzner for hudsonreporter.com.
NEWS YOU CAN USE -- Hoboken residents with power were kept up to date via a bullet board at City Hall, not to mention the storm information written on this window at a Hoboken Starbucks. Photo by Caren Matzner for hudsonreporter.com.
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HUDSON COUNTY -- What's going to be in your special storm aftermath edition of the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend?

Insightful stories, storm photos, letters, election coverage, information you need, and in-depth writeups you won't see anywhere else.

Why were certain blocks in the dark for over a week, while others got power back quickly and others never lost it? Find out in our cover stories.

How did police rescue a pregnant woman and her small pets from rising floodwaters? Where are 1,000 free blankets being given away this weekend? Find out.

Will the Hoboken ShopRite and other Hudson County businesses reopen after the storm? What kind of police actions ocurred while power was out? Why should you be careful when you're cleaning up after the flooding? Read all about it this weekend.

What do the election results in Hoboken and Jersey City tell us?

This weekend's papers contain in-depth stories explaining it all - plus Jim Hague writing about sports and Al Sullivan with the town-by-town election analysis. And don't forget to read the letters.

There's a special edition this weekend instead of your regular Hoboken Reporter, Jersey City Reporter, North Bergen Reporter, with news from all the towns, and comprehensive stories affecting your life, home, business, and family.

Pick up your paper around town this weekend!

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