The blighted lot on the corner of Fair and Straight Streets is expected to be transformed into a four-story housing complex for market-rate tenants in the next year, according to prominent developer Charles Florio.
A store in the city sold a winning $1 million lottery ticket, New Jersey Lottery officials said on Monday morning.
The Greater Paterson Chamber of Commerce has given its ‘Faith in Paterson’ award to local flatbread manufacturer Kontos Foods for creating jobs and contributing to the economic development of the Silk City.
The troubled Main Street bar outside of which two men were wounded in early November has received 11 violations for, among other infractions, illegal activity, according to municipal records.
Municipal officials have delayed renewal of a pool hall license for Paterson Billiards, the sports club where a man was shot to death five weeks ago.
The city is paying out $100,325 to the owner of a large industrial building in the Totowa section for over assessing the property in 2016 and 2017 tax years, according to municipal records.
Almost three dozen local African-American vendors are putting on a “buy black” bazaar at the Masonic Lodge on Sunday afternoon. Vendors will be selling clothing for both men and women, accessories, art, artisan jewelry, organic body products, food, and books.