HUDSON COUNTY -- Going away for the holiday? If you forget to pick up your local print edition of the Hudson Reporter newspaper in your neighborhood when you get back into town, you can always read it on line as of Sunday! Scroll to the bottom of the page for stories about your town.
We've got several exclusives this week, including:
>Residents have noticed dangerous conditions at a bridge in Secaucus, but four entities -- the county, the state, NJ Transit (who built it) and the town all say it's not their responsibility. Well, whose is it? Read this story in the Secaucus Reporter starting Sunday, either in print or here at hudsonreporter.com.
>In Jersey City, read more about the controversial battle over the school superintendent's contract, and now that the anniversary of Hurricane Irene has passed...is the city improving its emergency notification system to residents?
>More background on the story behind a local mother and teacher who was arrested after allegedly abandoning her baby near Weehawken High School two years ago. The child was found injured. Did it have to be this way? Check out the Weehawken Reporter in that town, or scroll down on hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday.
>In North Bergen, find out where classic cars have been congregating regularly.
There's much more going on, including in Hoboken, West New York, Union City, Bayonne, and Guttenberg.
And check out Al Sullivan's political column and Jim Hague doing the football previews in sports!
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