The Paterson Restoration Corporation issued an $800,000 loan to Food Basics half of which had to be written off following the bankruptcy of A&P, according to records obtained by the Paterson Times.
Mayor Andre Sayegh swore in eight new police officers on Monday morning, first class since the sentencing of two of six police officers ensnared in a federal corruption investigation.
Dozens of people joined a mile-long march on Saturday morning as the city reels from a spate of shootings that left nine shot, one fatally, over a three-day span, calling for an end to gun violence.
A pair of city men were injured in a shooting on East 26th Street and 10th Avenue, an area used by the Bloods street gang set ‘So Icy Boys’ for criminal activities, on Friday afternoon, boosting the number of people shot in Paterson to eight in two days.
A school bus driver has been banned from working for the district for allegedly failing to halt a safe distance from an active railroad crossing.
A federal judge has dismissed the religious discrimination lawsuit filed by three Muslim former Board of Adjustment members.
Six people were shot, one fatally, in four separate incidents in different parts of Paterson during a violent seven-hour span on Thursday.