HUDSON COUNTY – There’s plenty to read in this week’s editions of the Hudson Reporter this weekend. You can pick up your print edition around town, or come back to this website starting Sunday and scroll down your town’s page to read the stories.
This week we’re publishing the annual “Progress Report” issue of the Hudson Reporter newspapers. Along with news and briefs about your town, we have included articles pertaining to the current status of development, education, transportation, health care, and Hurricane Sandy recovery in Hudson County.
Even in a slow economy, new residential and commercial developments are sprouting, cities are approving new parks and bike routes, and businesses and hospitals are improving their facilities to attract new clients.
The county, with its access to New York City, arts and entertainment options, and diverse neighbors (641,000 of them, in fact), continues to draw new residents. With new people comes a need for new facilities and improvements. Read all about these plans in this weekend’s edition, and send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or comment on-line at hudsonreporter.com.
Along with our progress reports, you’ll find these local stories:
The Hoboken City Council introduced its 2013 municipal budget of $104 million and scheduled a public hearing for April 10.
Below the official surface of Jersey City’s mayoral election social media posters are having an influence.
North Bergen and Union City celebrated ‘Read Across America’ and the birthday of children’s author Dr. Seuss.
In West New York approval of the controversial Meridia hi-rise was delayed while a court decides whether two Zoning Board members voted in conflict of interest.
Secaucus has removed the bar in the North End firehouse and is enforcing a ban on consumption of alcohol at all its firehouses.
The Weehawken Elks Club held their annual drug awareness contest awards ceremony, honoring six youngsters for anti-drug artwork and essays.
All this, plus Jim Hague’s sports reporting and Al Sullivan’s ‘Between The Lines.’
So pick up a copy of your town’s edition of the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend, or revisit this website on Sunday, and read more about what’s happening in your town than you’ll find anywhere else.