HUDSON COUNTY – No matter where you live in Hudson County, this weekend’s Hudson Reporter newspapers have got you covered. There’s more news, in more depth and variety, than you’ll find anywhere else.
Our story on water quality in Hoboken is an eye-opener. So is our story from Secaucus about ‘The Naked Cowboy,’ who hopes to do for naked public acoustic guitar players what Starbucks did for coffee. Weehawken has a big free all day concert coming up next weekend, and we’ll tell you who’s performing. We profile the new fire chief, the first African American, coming in Jersey City, and detail the departure of Hoboken’s city attorney.
It looks like Braddock Park in North Bergen is going to return to open spaces, and the bleak places under Hoboken’s 14th Street Viaduct are about to become recreation areas.
And in West New York and Union City, we profile a new generation of young people who are bringing fresh energy and new ideas to government.
All this, plus the return of Al Sullivan’s ‘Between The Lines’ in this weekend’s Hudson Reporter newspapers.