A group of forty students became the first graduating class of the International Baccalaureate program at International High School on Wednesday evening. Students received a world-class education — taking high-level courses like physics, theory of knowledge, a course that requires students to turn in a 1,600-word essay, and Mandarin, one of two main Chinese languages…
Mayor Andre Sayegh pulled the rope on the pulley to raise the gay pride flag which represents the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community over the historic City Hall in downtown Paterson for the first time on Friday afternoon.
Municipal officials unveiled street signs on Saturday afternoon naming a portion of Union Avenue to Bangladesh Boulevard in recognition of the city’s growing Bangladeshi-American community.
More than 100 students from all over the school district competed in an obstacle course in the first annual battle of the junior school safety patrols at John F. Kennedy High School on Saturday.
A new book showcases, through vintage images and narratives, the experiences of Italians in Paterson beginning in the early 1900s.
An appetizer made up of corn, beans, and squash – three staples of the Lenape people – and a submarine sandwich, named after John Philip Holland’s underwater craft – both representing flavors of the Great Falls — were prepared and served at the Eva’s Village on Tuesday.
11-year-old Zakaria Khan was visibly excited to see his hand-drawn portrait on display at the Paterson Museum on Saturday morning.