Most local schools closed Friday; some municipal offices closed; Hudson Reporter office closed
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A blizzard in Hoboken in 2010.  How will 2013 compare?
A blizzard in Hoboken in 2010. How will 2013 compare?
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HUDSON COUNTY -- The Jersey City schools, Hoboken schools, Weehawken schools, Secaucus schools, Bayonne schools, West New York schools, North Bergen schools, and several others announced on Thursday night that they will be closed on Friday due to the expectation of heavy snowfall. The announcements came after Gov. Chris Christie declared a state of emergency. He did not order schools to close and left it up to the districts to decide.

The Weehawken Saturday HSPA program has been canceled.

NBC reported around 9:30 p.m. that 223 school systems in the Tri-State area had already announced they will close on Friday.

The city of Hoboken announced an 11 a.m. delayed opening for non-snow emergency personnel on Friday, Jan. 3. Public safety and snow removal operations personnel were asked to report to work as scheduled.

The Hudson Reporter newspaper offices will be closed. You can look for our special "2013 in review" issue this weekend, which replaces your regular issues in Jersey City, Hoboken, Union City, Secaucus, Weehawken, North Bergen, West New York, and Guttenberg. If you have questions, call 201-798-7800. Got great snow photos? Send them as .jpg attachments with the name of your town in the subject head, to editorial@hudsonreporter.com -- up to three jpegs per email.

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