What’s in the Reporter newspapers this weekend?
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HUDSON COUNTY – Are you on the edge of your seat, waiting to read your local print edition of the Reporter this weekend? Or are you just waiting to see what Santa’s going to bring you on Tuesday (besides rain and maybe even snow)?

Here is just a bit of what’s in the papers this weekend:

-In Secaucus, two volunteer firefighters were suspended and alcohol was found in the local firehouse. What’s the fallout?

-In Hoboken, how to get your Sandy money.

-In Jersey City, mayoral endorsements, tickets, and switches.

-In North Bergen, special adults (and kids) have a place to celebrate.

-In Weehawken, Santa’s not the only one who’s doing a lot of giving this holiday season.

-In Union City, what will they be thinking 50 years from now?

-In Guttenberg, kids learn from an award-winning poet who’s also a neighbor.

Plus, Al Sullivan on politics, and Jim Hague on sports. And our usual array of letter writers.

NOTE: After this weekend, we’ll have two weekends of special issues, so be on the lookout! Those issues won’t have letters, but you can submit your letters to editorial@hudsonreporter.com to be published some time in January. Keep them under 500 words and always include contact info.

Watch for your print edition this weekend, or come back here to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday.

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