HUDSON COUNTY – There’s plenty to read in this week’s editions of the Hudson Reporter this weekend. You can pick up your print edition around town, or come back to this website starting Sunday and scroll down your town’s page to read the stories.
In Hoboken, there’s a touching story about a beautiful child’s struggle against a daunting array of health problems with the help of an undaunted mother. Business in the city is making a slow comeback after the devastation of the hurricane, and two realtors have settled a fee dispute and agreed to donate some of the proceeds to charity.
And yes, Virginia, there are Republicans in Hoboken… more than ever.
In Jersey City, polls leaked from Mayor Healy’s campaign indicate he’s leading the race to retain his seat in next May’s election. Schools Superintendent Marcia Lyles has issued her district review and her hopes for improving the city’s schools. We have a report on how the upside of Hurricane Sandy will be a greater network of activists ready to help the next time calamity strikes, and a picture essay on how volunteers made Thanksgiving happy for those in need.
School busing of children in Secaucus that has had the Town Council and Board of Education trading charges seems to be have been resolved, but stand by for what happens when the parents of the children to receive transportation are hit with the bill.
North Bergen residents banded together to honor Detective Sanz-Batista, who is dealing with cancer, collecting $11,745 towards his care.
In Union City, the meaning of the FBI raid on the Community Development Agency offices is slowly clarifying like a photograph in developing solution.
All this, plus Jim Hague’s sports reporting and the always-provocative Al Sullivan’s ‘Between The Lines.’
So pick up a copy of your town’s edition of the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend, ort revisit this website on Sunday, and read more about what’s happening in your town than you’ll find anywhere else.