HUDSON COUNTY -- The Hudson Reporter newspapers have several scoops within their pages this weekend, including (but not limited to):
--In West New York, the police officer who blew the whisle on 30 colleagues, including the chief, in the mid 1990s now wants his job back after 15 interesting years of success and struggles. Find out more about him in the West New York Reporter, or come back here to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday.
--In Jersey City, the city's STD testing and treatment clinic is hanging in limbo and paying twice the normal rent while the city figures out how to close it and transfer its operations. The city ranked first in syphilis in 2010, its program manager says. Read it in the Jersey City Reporter this weekend, or come back to hudsonreporter.com on Sunday.
--In Secaucus, the local Outback steakhouse is becoming the first corporate-owned Outback in the nation to stop using Styrofoam-type products, after the City Council voted to ban them. See the story in this weekend's Secaucus Reporter or here at hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday.
--Also, a Hudson County woman was featured in the newspapers last week because she and her three kids and dog were about to become homeless. Now, thanks in part to the story, she's homeless no more! Read the update in this weekend's newspapers in Hoboken, West New York, Union City, and North Bergen, or come here to hudsonreporter.com.
--In Weehawken, a student scored a rare televised interview with departing TV host Regis Philbin. See the Weehawken Reporter to come back to hudsonreporter.com
Other stories in the papers this weekend: More on the FBI investigation in Hoboken; election results in all towns, why Tuesday's results may spell trouble for Jersey City Mayor Healy.
If you live in Hoboken, Jersey City, North Bergen, West New York, Union City, Guttenberg, Secaucus, or Weehawken, there's plenty more news for you to read. So pick up your print edition or come back to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday!
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