NYC media gives props to Weehawken, West New York

The ferries and people of Weehawken have saved the day in tragedies going back to the turn of the century, according to an article in Saturday’s New York Times. Check it out HERE.

Also, Newsday’s AM New York insert describes the town of West New York and its “split personality,” because it used to be one of the poorest cities in the state, but now contains both working-class immigrants and wealthy waterfront dwellers. The author notes, “West New York’s high Hispanic population makes eating in the city like taking a culinary tour of Latin America.” Read more
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