HUDSON COUNTY– For the latest in what’s happening in towns throughout Hudson County, pick up a copy of this weekend’s Hudson Reporter.
In Hoboken, the 4th Ward council candidates held two debates last week and we not only have a story covering both, but you’ll be able to watch a video of the Hudson Reporter sponsored face-off beginning Monday on this website. You’ll also read about how the campaigns are using the Internet to get their message out, as well as stories about efforts to alleviate flooding in the southwest end of town, and whether Pier C Park will open before the leaves fall from the trees.
Some Jersey City schools have got bedbugs, and parents are very bugged about it. We’ll also tell you about a think tank report questioning the way massive public investment was used to attract 1,600 jobs to the city, and new building plans at Saint Peter’s Prep.
North Bergen has discovered that try, try again is the trick in shaking UEZ funds loose from Gov. Christie’s grip. Candidates in Secaucus also met with our news staff this week and their debate is on this website now.
All this, plus the latest developments on the ARC tunnel project, and a profile of Bayonne’s Nuova Venezia, the kind of Italian restaurant that wraps itself around you like a warm blanket on a cool autumn evening, in this week’s Hudson Reporter newspapers.