The former Paterson Police Station, closed for 40 years, re-opened as an office building on Monday morning.
The police raided the Besan Café on East Railway Avenue for the second time this year after receiving information the business was allegedly operating as an afterhours club, according to public safety director Jerry Speziale.
The former Paterson Police Station on Washington Street, a block away from the historic City Hall, has been meticulously restored to house office suites.
Brother’s Produce, the produce market at the center of the Hepatitis A case that prompted a state health alert, has removed all produce from Sept. 30 to Oct. 5, 2019, according to a statement the business issued on Saturday afternoon.
State health officials are asking anyone who purchased produce from the Brother’s Produce in Paterson over the past week to discard them due to a confirmed case of Hepatitis A.
A four-story housing complex made up of 24 apartments is going up on Summer Street, according to municipal records.
A crew with heavy machinery worked on clearing a tract of land on the hilly cul-de sac of Arlington Street on Friday to make way for two dozen units of housing.