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:
In Hoboken, the 4th Ward council race is coming down to a photo finish. After the Oct. 8 collapse of a portion of Sinatra Drive, the condition of the rest of that riverfront road is causing some concern as well as political finger pointing. And don’t miss our story on the upcoming Hoboken Artist’s Studio tour.
In Jersey City, the annual Alzheimer’s Memory Walk returns to Liberty State Park this coming Saturday. Councilman Steve Fulop is leading an effort to stop allowing municipal employees to collect lifetime health benefits when they haven’t worked in the city very long, we have a story about a couple of transportation schemes from the city’s past which luckily never came to be. Our city reporter has also written a long story about the slow death of the general interest bookstore in Hudson County.
Cyberbullying among school kids has become a major concern across America, and in North Bergen the school district is trying to educate parents about the dangers that await their children on the internet from other kids and from predators.
You know that big reservoir off Palisade Avenue in Weehawken? Residents there are very concerned that United Water may sell it off to developers, and they want the township to buy the property and save it from the bulldozers.
In a number of our papers, we have stories on the latest news on the Trans-Hudson Tunnel, the congressional races in the 9th and 13th districts, and advice for singles searching for love from our dating columnist Hunt Ethridge.
The Hudson reporter newspapers – the news you need, when you need it.