The New Jersey Department of Health is looking into whether the structure of the Paterson Health Department is in compliance with state health law. This comes two weeks after councilman Michael Jackson asserted the current structure of the health department does not conform with state laws and regulations.
Four weeks after his employees crashed a City Council meeting in support of mayor Jose “Joey” Torres against a no confidence vote, Jesus Izaguirre, owner of Jaslin Construction, wanted a return on his investment for helping the mayor.
The city council is considering a proposal put forth by mayor Jose “Joey” Torres’ administration to stop vehicles from turning on red light at 20 busy intersections mostly within the downtown Paterson business district.
A 20-year-old resident of Bronx, New York has been arrested and charged with attempted murder for his alleged involvement in a North 7th Street shooting four weeks ago.
A city man was arrested on drug charges on Thursday afternoon for allegedly having 258 glassine envelopes of heroin on Godwin Avenue, according to police.
A city man has been charged with attempted murder and weapons offenses for wounding a man in the leg on Cedar Street little over a week ago.
A former Passaic County Technical Institute student studying at Wesley College received a $2,500 scholarship.
As there has been an uptick in violence in the city, the school district, police, and teachers’ union are ramping up security in and around schools to ensure an incident free report card night.
After removing the 2.8-percent property tax increase, state-appointed district superintendent Donnie Evans’ secured the school board’s approval of his 2017-18 budget on Monday night.
Hackensack-based Biogenesis received $9.36 million tax break from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) to relocate to Paterson on Thursday morning.
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.
The school board terminated two Eastside High School basketball coaches and the school’s athletics supervisor on Wednesday night as a result of an investigation into the school’s use of foreign players on its team.
A bill in the U.S. Congress has been introduced to honor hometown baseball legend Larry Doby with the Congressional Gold Medal for breaking the color barrier in the American League.
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…