Betcha didn’t know: What’s in the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend?
Oct 19, 2012 | 3741 views | 1 1 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
ON DISPLAY, ON DISPLAY, ON DISPLAY – Decorated for Halloween in Weehawken.
ON DISPLAY, ON DISPLAY, ON DISPLAY – Decorated for Halloween in Weehawken.
slideshow

HUDSON COUNTY – Hey, New Jersey! What’s in the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend about your town in Hudson County? Look for the print edition on your stoop, or come back here to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday.

Here are just SOME of the stories:

In several editions: Hotel rooms for the 2014 Super Bowl are selling out, with some starting at $614 per night. Find out more in your local edition.

In Hoboken: Political battles at two public meetings, what’s in store for Schnackenberg’s, and public referendum questions that are as long as novels, plus more…

In Jersey City: Whose pay to play law will prevail: Healy’s or Fulop’s?

In West New York, Union City, Secaucus, and Weehawken – Spooky houses from around town.

In West New York: Even weirder meetings. Wiley vs. Roque, round 36.

In North Bergen: Ferris Bueller beware. Your mom can look up your attendance records each morning via computer.

Al Sullivan’s got the political column, and Jim Hague writes about high school football and more in the sports section.

Come back to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday and leave comments, or pick up your local edition.

Comments
(1)
Comments-icon Post a Comment
WESTY
|
October 20, 2012
Undoubtely their will be another expensive half page ad paid for Beth Mason political agenda and her BOE slate.

These would be in addition to the over %7,000.00 she has already channeled behind the Old Guard BOEticket as of October 11.

The legality of the size of the Mason's political contributions to her BOE ticket have already been questioned at the last City Council meeting.