What's in the Reporter newspapers this weekend?
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HUDSON COUNTY -- What's in the Reporter newspapers this weekend? Stories you haven't read anywhere else, and more in-depth coverage of those you may have heard about. Just a sampling:

>RABIES SCARE: Are your children safe? Two rabid animals have been caught in North Bergen in the past four months. One was caught recently near kids who were walking home from school. For more, check the print editions or come back to hudsonreporter.com and scroll down to North Bergen.

>THE BIG VOTE: In Hoboken, voters will be considering several public questions this November. One question removes rent control from certain buildings in town when a person moves out...however, the ballot question is written confusingly - which led to some confusing court hearings over the last few weeks. What's the result?

>LADIES OF THE EVENING: People see them in a certain area of Jersey City all the time. Will anything be done?

>POLITICS, POLITICS, POLITICS...and some surprises. Check out in-depth stories in several of the papers, as well as your neighbors' letters, and Al Sullivan's column.

There's much more in your papers this weekend, including in Secaucus, Union City, Weehawken, West New York, and Bayonne. Plus, check out Jim Hague on sports. Find them all in your print edition this weekend, or come back to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday.



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