HUDSON COUNTY– For the latest news, sports, entertainment and classifieds, pick up a copy of your town’s Hudson Reporter newspaper. Here’s what you’ll find inside:
Politics, Hoboken style: lawyers, lawsuits, charges of corruption and voter fraud, plus three whole pages of letters to the editor – Election Day must be near! But that’s not all. We have an in-depth story on the status of rent control in the Mile Square, a story about the infrastructure aspects of flooding in the city and what’s being done to alleviate it, and we talk to students at Stevens Tech about why they love Hoboken as a play to work and play.
There’s a property revaluation looming in Jersey City, and our report – first in a series – will give you the basic information so you know what to expect. The city’s new fire chief sounds off on the challenges he’s facing during a time of money and manpower shortages.
North Bergen’s Planning Board is trying to decide whether to allow developers to build a condo development within throwing distance of a fifty year old natural gas pipeline, work that will involve a lot of digging and possible blasting.(!)
In Secaucus, the Indian community there recently held a joyous celebration, there’s progress being made on easing an affordable housing complex into an established neighborhood, and, of course, a fairly calm election is coming in for a landing on Tuesday.
In Union City, that imam who owns a troubled apartment building may be facing receivership of his property, and in West New York there’s a new farmer’s market that’ll remain open into next month.
And in Weehawken a class of school kids got a surprise visit and history lesson from none other than President Theodore Roosevelt – or somebody who looks a lot like him.
If you haven’t checked out our videos of the political debates from various contests, just look on our home page for the links. They’ll be available through Election Day.
The Hudson Reporter newspapers – the news you need, when you need it.