What’s in Hudson County’s community newspapers this weekend?

HUDSON COUNTY — What’s in the Hudson Reporter newspapers this weekend? So glad you asked!
There are several exclusives and in-depth stories in the papers, which you can look for around town or here at hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday.
Among the stories:
-After a Port Authority police officer asked a Hoboken man about his country of origin, he refused to answer. He says he was then hit with a disorderly conduct charge. Find out more on the cover of the Hoboken Reporter.
-Because of the economy, layaway is coming back to local stores! Are you too young to know what it is? It was more popular before the advent of credit cards. Read about it in the Jersey City Reporter.
-An ordinance to be voted on in West New York this week would cut the hours of a bar/restaurant near the waterfront. Read all about it in the West New York Reporter.
-Red-light cameras are coming to Secaucus. See the Secaucus Reporter.
-What do they teach at the “ethical charter school” in Jersey City? See the Jersey City Reporter.
-Exclusive interview with the new head of Hoboken’s hospital in the Hoboken Reporter.
In Al Sullivan’s political column: Christie, Hoboken bloggers, and more.
And…have you been wondering where to donate food and time, or where to get a free meal for Thanksgiving? Pick up any of the papers to find out.
Those are just a few of the stories in the papers this weekend, so y’all come back now, y’hear?

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