School board candidates Ramon Joaquin and Eduardo Lanchipa falsely claimed to have attended “all” Board of Education meetings over the past six months in a voter guide distributed to the public on Monday night.
The Neighborhood Assistance Office (NAO) served more than 5,000 people per month when it was operating out of downtown Paterson. Now, the office barely serves 1,000 people in a given month, according to the official in charge of the office.
Twenty-five job training slots have been opened up by the New Jersey Reentry Corporation’s NJ Build program, former governor James McGreevey announced at the HoHoKus School of Trade and Technical Sciences on Monday morning.
Five candidates were endorsed by the Paterson Education Association, the teachers’ union, on Monday afternoon, giving them a boost in the 17-person race.
A Morris County start-up is planning to invest $1.5 million to open a medical marijuana dispensary two blocks away from St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in the Lackawanna neighborhood.
The attorney for the Mo’s Liquors, a troubled bar on the corner of Main and Weiss, disputed a new charge presented by the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) board last week.
The attorney who succeeded in securing a $200,000 settlement for his client, former social studies teacher Noreen Sweeney, through a discrimination lawsuit is claiming the school district is late in making payments, according to court records.