HUDSON COUNTY -- What's in the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend? Plenty of scoops, and more articles that are in-depth.
-The residents of a trailer park in North Bergen recently rejected a $700,000 offer (total, for all of them) to leave their longtime homes. What's the next move? See the North Bergen Reporter this weekend.
-New healthy school lunch regulations have been instituted in local schools, and Weehawken kids say they're more hungry as a result! See the Weehawken Reporter.
-In Jersey City, will tougher campaign finance laws come to the school board?
-And, as if there's not enough to vote on in Hoboken this November, three school board seats are open - and the candidates are arguing about more than just how to improve test scores. Read the Hoboken Reporter.
-Speaking of Hoboken, there's been a little backlog of letters for a couple of weeks, so we've got two pages for you this weekend.
-A Secaucus woman has won prizes at the state fair for her jams and cheesecakes. Who knew Hudson County could seem so rural?
-Speaking of cakes, check out a couple of baking whizzes who started a company in West New York.
These stories will be available in the various print editions in each town, and here at hudsonreporter.com in the bottom half of the page starting Sunday.