The Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating a fire that occurred at the city’s Department of Public Works (DPW) offices at Eastside Park this week, according to city officials.
The city may be on the hook for a $165,000 arbitration award rendered to a couple involved in an automobile accident with a municipal street sweeper after the law firm representing the city repeatedly failed to file a trial de novo or new trial notice with the court, according to court documents.
A planned protest against embattled mayor Jose “Joey” Torres over cuts to recreation programs and his use of public works employees for private projects attracted a dozen people to City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
Firefighters on Sunday evening were battling a four-alarm blaze at a garden apartment complex on Harrison Street.
Two men were wounded in a shooting on Carroll Street early Sunday morning.
The violence that has plagued the city this month continued on Saturday night with the shooting of a 32-year-old woman in the parking lot of a housing complex on Sandy Court and Temple Street, according to police.
The Eastside High School principal who was suspended for allowing hometown rapper Fetty Wap to film a rap music video that featured drugs, gambling, and a pole dancer at the Park Avenue school building has been reinstated, said school board president Christopher Irving on Thursday.
Principal failed to follow Paterson’s policies by allowing Fetty Wap to shoot video at Eastside High School
Eastside High School principal Zatiti Moody failed to follow school district’s policies and regulations in allowing rapper Fetty Wap to film music video that depicted drug use and a pole dancer, according to an independent investigation report.
Forty high school students from the Boys and Girls Club of Paterson and Passaic spent a full afternoon touring AT&T’s Global Network Operations Center in Bedminster meeting employees who work in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers to get a firsthand look at STEM careers.