HUDSON COUNTY -- There's a lot to read in the Reporter newspapers this weekend, so grab your tea and sink into your easy chair. Put your fuzzy bunny slippers back on with your terrycloth robe. You can pick up your edition on your front porch, or starting Sunday, read it at www.hudsonreporter.com.
Here's just some of what you'll find:
-Is the state really going to help fund a new countywide public school that will cost $199 million to build?
-Residents protested at a Jersey City school board meeting on Thursday because they don't believe several administrators should have been reassigned due to a possible grade-fixing scandal, until the results of an investigation are in. Read about that story on the cover of the Jersey City Reporter and in Jim Hague's sports column in all editions of the paper.
-Critics of Hoboken's "Corner Car" rental program complain that the cars take up on-street parking. Other cities with car sharing have come up with compromises to deal with that issue.
-A Weehawken woman dropped out of medical school because she wants to open a hair salon.
-Why is one resident saying that Jersey City's crime statistics may not add up?
-Secaucus still has a Women's Auxiliary for the Volunteer Fire Department, but they don't bring cocoa to the fires anymore.
There's so much more, so check it out this weekend and leave comments below!