There's a lot to read on this page starting Sunday, and in our print editions as well, especially if you live in Hoboken or Jersey City. In Jersey City, we've got a rundown of the four people who are running for mayor. If you live in Hoboken, we grilled the candidates for council and mayor about why some of the candidates haven't been speaking out at council meetings, and who will get support from outside (the HCDO, Brian Stack, etc.) You can also read more in Al Sullivan's political column (click on "OPINION" and then "COLUMNS" up top).
Of course, more questions for candidates will be asked closer to the elections...
By the way, are you tired of seeing that roped off gazebo on Sinatra Drive in Hoboken? We explain why it's taking so long for them to fix it (photo at left).
In Weehawken, plan for Baldwin Avenue to be widened into a five-lane road, and to read a lot about plays and book fairs in the local schools. Your kid may be in the paper!
In Secaucus, the council talked about dog runs and of course, politics.
Guttenberg is celebrating its 150th anniversary, and kids in West New York are building a car. In Union City a man is putting up his dukes.
There's a lot more, so keep checking this space, and click "home" at left to read the articles!
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