When she was serving as head of human resources at East Orange, Michele Ralph-Rawls directed a subordinate to increase her pay, according to government documents.
The grant writing company owned by a close ally of mayor Andre Sayegh received a larger contract from the Paterson Parking Authority weeks after the new mayor was sworn in, according to government documents.
The city’s construction official Gennaro “Jerry” Lobozzo has been suspended for five days for alleged unbecoming conduct, according to municipal officials.
A dozen new police officers will start their public safety careers by patrolling the city’s commercial corridors beginning next week, providing shoppers a sense of security during the holiday season.
In a pair of meetings focused on strengthening community and law enforcement relations, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal spoke at the New Roberto Clemente School and the Hani Awadallah School, both in Paterson.
Police officer Roger Then has pleaded guilty to concealing his partner’s assault of a suicidal man at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center.
The school district is making progress in addressing thousands of hours of speech therapy sessions it failed to provide special education students.
The Paterson College Achieve Charter has received municipal approval to create space for 720 students at its Market Street campus, according to government records.
Three New Jersey high schools, including Panther Academy in Paterson, are part of a new initiative to prepare students for what’s called “new collar” jobs, announced governor Phil Murphy on Tuesday afternoon.
St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center received an “A” grade from the Leapfrog Group for patient safety.
A small group of religious leaders placed their hands on a red Tesla in the parking lot of the Calvary Baptist Church on Monday morning and blessed it by citing the benefits of zero-emission electric vehicle for dense urban areas.
A developer is converting a vacant commercial building on Wayne Avenue into four units of housing, according to city records.
The long running Thanksgiving Day gridiron battle between Eastside and Kennedy High School will be played the day before this year.
Veronica Aponte walks through the Wrigley Park section – the most crime ridden neighborhood in Paterson – to get to Eastside High School. She needed to learn some self-defense skills to protect herself, so she signed up for the school’s afterschool jiu-jitsu program.
The brothers from South Paterson defeated their opponents at the Pan Kids International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2018 in California to bring home gold medals.