HUDSON COUNTY -- There are several important stories in this weekend's Hudson Reporter newspapers, so look on your stoop or in your corner store starting Sunday. They include:
-The town of In Secaucus is setting up a task force after nine people committed suicide there since 2009, a rate higher than the state average. Three of these were just last month. Read about it in this weekend's Secaucus Reporter.
In Hoboken, a property owner painted over a historic "ghost sign" near Washington Street and was preparing to put up a beer ad instead, but was ordered to stop the work. Now the old sign is being painted right back up where it was before.
Also in that town, members of the public who want a police report are told that they have to head to City Hall, fill out a form, then go to the Police Department to get it. Find out all about it in the Hoboken Reporter.
In Jersey City, a woman who was born there mysteriously disappeared exactly 10 years ago this past Sunday, and her family is still looking for her. Where is Pat Viola? Read the Jersey City Reporter to learn more.
There are many other exclusive stories and intriguing features in the editions this weekend, so if you live in Hudson County, pick up the print paper or go online to www.hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday!