What's in the Reporter newspapers this weekend?
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HUDSON COUNTY -- Are you interested in what's going on in your neighborhood? There are stories in this weekend's Reporter newspapers that you haven't read anywhere else!

>In Jersey City: The city plans to go after 19,000 parking and traffic tickets that may be, in some cases, from the last millennium. Hey, they need the millions of dollars in revenue. Find out more this weekend.

>In Hoboken, the reins of Schnackenberg's, a historic restaurant that still looks like a 1930s luncheonette, are going to be handed over to new management. Renovations are expected. What will change?

>In Secaucus, why have fire calls skyrocketed in a local senior building? As a fire official says, "Stand by your pan!"

>In West New York, more political shenanigans.

Those are just some of the stories in your local weekly paper this weekend. Also check out Jim Hague's sports column.

To read those stories, come back here to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday, or look around town for the print edition. And leave comments below.

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