Who's the most powerful person in Hudson County? And more, this weekend....
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NEW GRAFFITI - At Eighth and Clinton streets in Hoboken. Commuters were taking pictures last Thursday morning when this painting appeared on the side of a former bread factory. The factory is tattooed with all sorts of artwork.
NEW GRAFFITI - At Eighth and Clinton streets in Hoboken. Commuters were taking pictures last Thursday morning when this painting appeared on the side of a former bread factory. The factory is tattooed with all sorts of artwork.
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HUDSON COUNTY -- What's in the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend? A whole slew of interesting stories and letters, as we return to regular production after two special all-county issues.

But there's still something special: The annual list of the Most influential people in Hudson County.

They're not just politicians -- and it's a matter of opinion whether the influence is good or bad in each case. So you can read, comment, and decide.

Leave comments here at hudsonreporter.com under the article starting Sunday.

Also in the papers this weekend:

-No "happy ending" for three massage parlors/spas in Secaucus...

-Lingering effects of Hurricane Sandy in Hoboken. Some public entities are still not open or restored.

-Initiatives and trends announced for murder and other crime in Jersey City

-The next head of the CIA may be a boy from North Bergen who went to school in West New York

-Speaking of the law, there's a Union City kid who's destined for an Ivy League law school. Get to know him.

-What's on Weehawken's agenda in 2013?

Also read Al Sullivan's political column and Jim Hague on sports. Send your letters (500 words and under) and news tips to editorial@hudsonreporter.com, and put the town in the subject head.

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January 13, 2013
Beth should be happy she doesn't use 1/4 page ad. If she did she'd only be #31.