Four people were displaced in an early Friday morning fire from their East 35th Street house, said deputy fire chief Pablo Del Valle.
A Passaic County Superior Court judge has dismissed former public safety director Glenn Brown’s discrimination lawsuit against the city’s school district. A declared mayoral candidate, Brown accused former state-appointed district superintendent Donnie Evans of racial discrimination and breach of contract after failing to secure a job with the school system.
A surveillance operation prompted by complaints of drug dealing on 17th Avenue and East 18th Street produced two arrests on Wednesday afternoon, according to police director Jerry Speziale.
A receptionist at the city’s personnel division has filed a lawsuit seeking $2.5 million in damages citing a “toxic work environment.”
School board member Manny Martinez has been accused of sexual harassment and improper touching in a lawsuit filed by a co-worker from the Community Charter School of Paterson.
Acting mayor Jane Williams-Warren’s administration is continuing to pursue disgraced former mayor Jose “Joey” Torres’ plan to acquire properties on Ryle Avenue to create a new gateway to the Great Falls National Historical Park from West Broadway.
An administrative law judge has reversed the Paterson Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board decision to disallow a liquor store from opening in a known trouble spot in the 10th Avenue neighborhood.