Mayor Andre Sayegh unveiled a 90-page plan produced by his transition team on Thursday afternoon to tackle some of the city’s most pressing issues.
The Passaic County government received a $100,000 innovation grant from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) to study the feasibility of building a “dark fibre” network, high-speed internet infrastructure, tying Paterson and Passaic City.
Jeyss Abreu, one of two men running for mayor Andre Sayegh’s old seat in the 6th Ward, has failed to include the required “paid for by” labels on his campaign materials.
A woman admitted to selling fake Percocet pills containing heroin that were manufactured by her boyfriend, according to U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito’s office.
A man wanted for a shooting on Highland and Sparrow streets led police on a car chase through Lafayette and Summer streets on Wednesday.
A three-day Passaic County Superior Court warrant enforcement operation yielded 39 arrests since Sunday, according to Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik.
A Clifton player’s racist comment targeting the John F. Kennedy High School team led to the cancellation of the Friday night football game, superintendent Eileen Shafer revealed on Monday afternoon.
The school district is relocating four dozen pre-kindergarten students from School 1 trailers after discovery of mold.
The police are investigating an attempted luring incident that occurred close to School 12 on Tuesday morning.
A driver for A1 Elegant Tours, a firm banned from Paterson schools for two years, was charged with child endangerment after allegedly hitting five cars, two traffic poles, and a fire hydrant in Orange and East Orange with a nine-year-old child and a woman aide on board the school bus.
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) has begun restoring almost three dozen roadways that it had dug up over the past two years to replace aging gas lines.
Collazo Logistic Care, a city taxi company with a dozen medallions, avoided suspension on Tuesday night by providing new insurance and certificate of occupancy documents.
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.
The highly anticipated high school varsity boys’ state tournament basketball contest between John F. Kennedy High and Hackensack did not disappoint. The pressure packed drama saw the Comets pull out a 68-62 victory which was much closer than the final score indicated.