The city is seeking $250,000 in grant money from the Passaic County Open Space program for the former Paterson Vistas site on Jasper Street.
The no confidence measure before the City Council urging indicted mayor Jose “Joey” Torres to resign from office divided council members on Tuesday night.
In an effort to create a new entrance to the Great Falls National Historical Park from West Broadway, the city is seeking $2.5 million in green acres funding from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
The two city men charged with murder, arson, and weapons offenses for the East 28th Street double homicide have been ordered detained, according to authorities.
A single-alarm fire at triplex on East 12th Street displaced three families and left one firefighter injured on Thursday morning, said deputy fire chief Pablo Del Valle.
A Garfield man charged with attempted murder for shooting a city man on Main Street was out on pre-trial releasing for allegedly running a heroin mill.
The principal acclaimed for changing the academics of the Malcolm X Shabazz High School in Newark will lead the College Achieve Paterson Charter School when it opens in September.
Even after criticism from school board members and advocates, the school district has no plans to release the preliminary budget document until after it is approved by the Passaic County superintendent of schools.
Under fiscal strains from state underfunding and charter school expansions, the city’s school district is planning to sell four school buildings to generate an anticipated $11.35 million in revenue.
The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) is looking for inner city small business owners located in Paterson or other urban areas in New Jersey to participate in its fourth Emerging Leaders Initiative, a seven-month intensive entrepreneurship education series held at Rutgers Business School in Newark.
A prominent city developer is creating 100 new full-time construction and maintenance jobs in Paterson’s 4th Ward.
Jason Johnson is one of the ten next generation appliance technicians trained through a partnership between Passaic County Community College and global consumer electronics and appliance giant Haier to replace a rapidly aging workforce.
In a valiant effort on their home court, Paterson’s John F. Kennedy High School’s girls’ basketball squad went down to defeat at the hands of Montclair by a final score of 54-40. Despite scraping and scrapping for the entire ballgame, the Lady Knights succumbed to a cold shooting spell in the second half and a…
In a regulation plus three extra period marathon, Paterson’s John F. Kennedy High School boys’ varsity basketball squad succumbed to Ridgewood, 63-60, in state semifinal tournament action at a home game Wednesday.
In an awesome display of speed and quickness, Paterson’s John F. Kennedy High School’s varsity boys’ basketball team raced to an 86-69 victory on Monday. In a contest which featured sensational offensive moves, drives, shots, and even dunks, the Knights non-stop fast break machine proved too much for the valiant visitors, Memorial High School from…