Jersey Journal Stories 3/8 – 3/13

I can’t believe were already midway through March. It seems like just yesterday we were in the throws of winter and now everybody is gearing up for Saint Patrick’s day. I will say that it is a lot more pleasant to report the news as it gets warmer. From potholes to protests, here is what happened in Hudson County (that I was assigned to cover) this past week.

Secaucus launches new program to help residents with special needs – 3/13

Secaucus town council passes resolution supporting 9 union workers who lost their jobs – 3/13

27 arrested at Children’s Place headquarters in Secaucus – 3/12

Jersey City St. Patrick’s day to honor city’s “finest and bravest” – 3/12

Jersey City launches comprehensive pothole repair program – 3/11

Hudson Catholic students thrilled about showdown with St. Anthony – 3/10

Petroleum spills shuts down street near Jersey City courthouse – 3/9

Secaucus police officer okay after being struck by sheriff’s van – 3/9

A stitch in time can help save a homeless person, according to a JC nonprofit worker – 3/8

17 displaced by Jersey City 3-alarm blaze – 3/8

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