Hoboken Reporter

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The Hoboken Reporter is a weekly community newspaper serving Hoboken, in Hudson County, New Jersey. The paper is one of nine weekly publications produced by The Hudson Reporter Assoc., L.P. The company's main office is located at 14th and Washington streets in Hoboken. The paper and its writers have won numerous awards for investigative reporting. Since its founding in 1983, the Reporter has become a major news source in town.

As of March 2013, Dean DeChiaro is the paper's lead correspondent.

The Hudson Reporter publications focus on local politics and community news. In addition to articles written by the reporting staff, the paper's letters-to-the-editor page has proven popular, even spawning a book of letters, Yuppies Invade My House at Dinnertime, in 1987. Journalists who started their careers at the Reporter have gone on to full-time positions at major newspapers including The New York Times and New York Post.

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