The Hudson Reporter newspapers: what’s new?
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HUDSON COUNTY – There’s lots of detailed stories in the various editions of the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend. You can pick up your print edition around town this weekend, or come back to this website starting Sunday and scroll down your town’s page to read the stories.

Some of our papers have stories that survey the activities available this summer, so keep these editions around for awhile for future reference. Most of the summer fun previewed will be available for free.

You’ll also find complete stories on the Democratic primary races in the 8th and 10th congressional districts in each town that’s part of those districts.

In Secaucus, the race for the Democratic nomination for the 9th district congressional seat comes down to the wire this weekend, with two liberal stalwarts, Steven Rothman and Bill Pascrell, vying to see who will survive. Meanwhile, the Town Council and mayor and Freeholder Bill O’Dea is scrapping over whether the town has the right to charge for parking at the new “Field Station: Dinosaurs” theme park.

The Guttenberg Town Council has adopted their 2012 municipal budget with a small tax increase, and we take a look at the anti-bullying policies in the schools there and in North Bergen.

Union City has just dedicated a new water park in memory of NHCAC founder Michael Leggiero. We also have a story about a West New York resident who has founded a temp agency that offers more benefits and services than somey of the companies where it places clients.

Hoboken’s Southwest Redevelopment Plan, redefined as “rehabilitation,” is of great interest to residents of the 4th Ward and, as our reporter found out, of even greater interest to property owners whose buildings and land might be affected by the proposals. The city is also preparing to hear from residents living around Church Square Park on its plans for alterations.

The Jersey City Museum is planning a quiet rebirth with weekends hours open to the public beginning June 30, but the city government is still waiting for a full inventory of the artworks. Meanwhile the school board has narrowed down the search for a superintendent of schools to two candidates, but the popular acting superintendent isn’t among them.

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 and read more about what’s happening in your town than you’ll find anywhere else.

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