A grocery store sold a winning lottery ticket worth $441,466, according to the New Jersey Lottery.
A group of liquor store owners are seeking state intervention to remove their shops from mayor Andre Sayegh’s restrictive state of emergency order that forces non-essential businesses in New Jersey’s third biggest municipality to close indefinitely due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
A panel of judges threw out a city man’s $120,429 work injury judgement against a Paterson auto repair shop, according to court records.
Controversial pastor Jesus Sevilla faced questions on Tuesday morning for loading crates of sodas received by his church from the food rescue organization Table to Table into a truck bearing the name of La Fe Restaurant.
The 14-story office building at the heart of downtown Paterson has been sold for $15.3 million.
The owners of the Paterson Medical Plaza, a large commercial complex on Straight Street near Getty Avenue, have defaulted on a $5.9 million loan issued by TD Bank, according to court records.
An almost 4,000 square feet medical marijuana dispensary opened with fanfare on 3rd Avenue on Friday morning.