Former school board member Lilisa Mimms, who is running for an at-large council seat, released a 39-page plan on Wednesday afternoon laying out her vision for the city.
The legendary former Eastside High School principal Joe Clark’s name will appear on a proposed apartment complex on Park Avenue.
Some parts of the Frank X. Graves Public Safety Complex went without adequate heat in the past days when temperatures dipped to single digits, according to police sources.
A minor rubbish fire inside the historic Hinchliffe Stadium was put out by firefighters on Sunday morning.
Three guns and several vials of cocaine were recovered during a drug raid at a Madison Avenue house on Friday night, said police director Jerry Speziale.
A city man seeking treatment for a gunshot wound on Saturday night has been charged with hindering apprehension, according to the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office.
The family of a 14-year-old girl, who stepped out of a moving school bus through a rear emergency exit to her death, has reached a settlement in their lawsuit against the city’s school district and other parties.
A school bus with students on board was involved in an accident on West Broadway and Union Avenue on Tuesday morning.
School board member Oshin Castillo received the support of her colleagues on Wednesday night to serve as president. Nakima Redmon was picked as vice president. Both Castillo and Redmon, sworn in in 2016, are relatively new to the board of education.
The troubled Main Street bar outside of which two men were wounded in early November has received 11 violations for, among other infractions, illegal activity, according to municipal records.
Municipal officials have delayed renewal of a pool hall license for Paterson Billiards, the sports club where a man was shot to death five weeks ago.
The city is paying out $100,325 to the owner of a large industrial building in the Totowa section for over assessing the property in 2016 and 2017 tax years, according to municipal records.
Hundreds of people from the Northeast descended on Paterson for the Pride Jiu Jitsu International Tournament at John F. Kennedy High School this month. This was the first time a Brazilian jiu-jitsu competition was hosted in the city.
John F. Kennedy High School defeated its archrival Eastside High School in the city’s annual Thanksgiving football game.
For the second year in a row, two brothers – Jason Lambert Dixon Jr. and Jalen Malik Mitchell — from South Paterson brought home medals from the Pan Kids Jiu-Jitsu Championship.