HUDSON COUNTY – What do you want to make sure to read in the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend? A whole lot.
Jersey City’s new crime statistics are out for the first six months of 2010. Some of the trends are surprising. There were 11 murders by the end of June this year. How does that compare with last year? Check out a story on the cover of the paper.
In Secaucus, the town has a new use for the former recreation center. It will include activities for teens.
In Hoboken, one councilwoman’s fight for less expensive public records may soon bear fruit. And some residents of the former orphanage on Park Avenue speak out.
In Weehawken, some intriguing police reports.
In Guttenberg, the schools superintendent is probably going to have to leave – but it’s not because he’s doing a bad job.
And in all papers, look back at the political corruption busts that took place a year ago.
Find out more at www.hudsonreporter.com or by picking up your print edition this weekend!