Were you at the shore this weekend? Don’t miss some of the great stories in this weekend’s print editions.
In Hoboken, public housing commissioners speculate on what led fellow commish Hector Claveria to allegedly take a bribe to move someone up on the housing voucher wait list. Bail was set at $65K.
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In Bayonne, an environmental lawsuit over Agent Orange has local implications.
In Secaucus, old politics never leaves — especially in former Mayor Paul Amico’s meticulously arranged bunker.
In Jersey City, more on the tragic shootings last week.
In Sports, local speak out about their friendship with Arturo Gatti.
In Weehawken, what led a woman to ditch her $3,300 wedding dress in favor of a new one?
In North Bergen, those pesky traffic tie-ups on Tonnelle will continue because the state road widening project’s completion has been pushed back until summer, 2010. Local officials are not thrilled.
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