HUDSON COUNTY -- There are some scoops and exclusive articles in this weekend's Hudson Reporter newspapers for Hudson County, New Jersey, on topics that affect your life. Check out the print edition on your doorstep, or the articles at hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday (scroll down for the print articles, and back up for any breaking news).
Here are just a few of the features and hard news stories you can read this weekend:
-How are local towns gearing up for the 2014 Super Bowl in the Meadowlands?
-Hoboken City Hall has set a date in March for its alternative Irish heritage celebration, after the town's St. Patrick's Day parade was canceled. Find out when it's happening and what to expect. Meanwhile, one bar owner will meet Monday with the mysterious organizer(s) of the alternative "Lepre-Con" celebration.
-Jersey City officials say there's no crime problem there. Some residents see it differently, and they're planning a protest this week.
-What's behind the canceled deal for a private company to buy Christ Hospital in Jersey City, and what's next?
-Secaucus school board and teachers' union: Will they ever get along?
-Updates on development projects in North Bergen, and some controversy.
-Some of the most likely terrorist targets in the country are in Hudson County -- find out where they are.
-Union City kids talk about immigration.
-Al Sullivan's political column talks about future elections.
-As always, our letter writers have a lot to say.
Read the stories here or in print, and leave comments below!