Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration has purchased 600 containers to revive the municipal recycling program.
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.
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 city closed down the food pantry run by the Grandparents Relative Care Resource Center from Rosa Parks Boulevard on Wednesday morning.
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.
After years of paying ever increasing health insurance expenses, forcing large tax increases on homeowners, the city is moving to the state health insurance program by Jan. 1, 2019.