What's in the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend?
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Hoboken, seen from the Hudson Reporter newspaper office, 1:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 8.
Hoboken, seen from the Hudson Reporter newspaper office, 1:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 8.
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HUDSON COUNTY -- When you wake up on Saturday morning, Hudson County will look at whole lot different than it looks in the attached photo, taken during the sleet at 1:30 p.m. on Friday from the Hudson Reporter office in Hoboken. The worst is coming tonight.

But while you're snowed in this weekend, your local Reporter newspaper will come to your door with stories like this:

-She's 98. He's 107. They're married and they live in West New York. Read about their tips for longevity.

-A beloved pet goose in Secaucus was never the same after her coop flooded during Hurricane Sandy. Recently, she was laid to rest.

-North Bergen students will tell you where to visit geysers, Saguaro cacti, and more.

-Single people in Hoboken and Jersey City are anticipating Valentine's Day. Where do they date locally, and what about the over-40 crowd in Jersey City?

-Find out what was found under the cracks of one of Hoboken's elementary schools.

-Growing families talk about staying in Jersey City.

-Al Sullivan on politics and Jim Hague on sports.

Get a mug of tea and enjoy the Reporter during a blizzard!

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