Exclusive stories in the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend: Union City middle schoolers hospitalized for drugs, Jersey City political changes, Hoboken trash, more...
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O.P.P. - Read the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend.
O.P.P. - Read the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend.
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HUDSON COUNTY -- What's going on in Secaucus, Union City, North Bergen, Hoboken, Weehawken, Jersey City, West New York, Guttenberg, and Bayonne, that hasn't been reported on anywhere but the Hudson Reporter newspapers? A whole lot!

-Read Jim Hague's sports column to see what he thinks about the controversy surrounding the North Bergen High School football team.

-Two middle school kids in Union City were hospitalized in the past month for allegedly abusing K2, a substance related to incense and sage. Check out our story in the Union City Reporter.

-What's the latest in the long eviction saga of the residents of Manhattan Trailer Park in North Bergen? The land owner wants to sell the park to a developer. Check it out in the North Bergen Reporter.

-There's lots of rancor among the Secaucus school community over whether the superintendent is doing a good job. The teachers' union is against her, and several members walked out of a recent board meeting. Read new comments in the Secaucus Reporter.

-In Jersey City, parts of the waterfront ward downtown will likely be added to other wards before the 2013 mayor/council election, meaning your council rep may change. Read about how in the Jersey City Reporter. Also, see photos from Art House Productions' "Snow Ball" and find out about Jersey City Medical Center canceling Aetna health coverage.

-In Weehawken, a tape of bird noises is driving neighbors of a local supermarket crazy. Read all about it!

-In Hoboken, why are residents getting better about recycling? And, is a new law related to tenants and rent control being enforced?

-Al Sullivan's political column talks about Hoboken, Jersey City, Secaucus and more.

Starting Sunday, scroll down to the articles for each town on the bottom half of this page, hudsonreporter.com, or pick up your print edition around town! Come back and leave comments beneath the stories.



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January 27, 2012
The editing and reporting that pulls these pieces together cannot be touched. Keep up the excellent work!