Reporter holiday ad deadlines, office closings, special issues
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A TREE YEARS IN THE MAKING – Mary Beth Yakoubian and Dan Cox have lived in their Bloomfield Street brownstone for 25 years, and have been adding to their Christmas tree each year.
A TREE YEARS IN THE MAKING – Mary Beth Yakoubian and Dan Cox have lived in their Bloomfield Street brownstone for 25 years, and have been adding to their Christmas tree each year.
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HUDSON REPORTER -- Due to the Christmas holiday on Wednesday, Dec. 25, and New Year’s Day the following week, advertising and editorial deadlines for the Hudson Reporter newspapers have changed.

The offices of the Hudson Reporter newspapers are closed Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec 24 and 25, in observance of the holiday. The office reopens Thursday, Dec. 26.

The following week, the offices will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1, 2014, in observance of New Year’s Day. The office will reopen Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014.

Thus, the advertising and editorial deadlines for the Hudson Reporter newspapers will change.

For the Wednesday, Jan. 1 Bayonne Community News, the deadline for editorial content is Friday, Dec. 27 at 9 a.m. and the deadlines for classified and display advertising are 12 p.m. that day.

Also, there will be a special issue on Jan. 5. Instead of the regular North Bergen Reporter, Secaucus Reporter, Weehawken Reporter, Union City Reporter, West New York Reporter, Hoboken Reporter, and Jersey City Reporter for Jan. 5, the Hudson Reporter will be publishing our annual countywide “Year in Review” that Sunday. That special countywide edition will not contain letters to the editor.

The deadline is Friday, Dec. 27, 9 a.m., for editorial content, and the deadlines for classified and display advertising are Monday, Dec. 30 at 12 p.m.

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December 24, 2013
Last Night Hoboken Housing celebrated their annual toys For Tots party. Of course no one from the news media was there. Is this news worthy? I think so! children of all ages in Hoboken Housing were given food, and gifts donated by especially Yankee pitcher C.C. Sabathia (forgive me if the last name is spelled incorrectly)foundation gave a van, and a car loaded with toys! along with other notables making the occasion a memorable one for all involved. We made be overlooked and shunned by the populous Of Hoboken gentry, none the less we are thriving and growing in own community!