A Woodland Park-based roofing company has been cited by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for allegedly exposing employees to falls and other safety hazards at a Paterson construction site.
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.
The Paterson Parking Authority racked up $72,000 in legal expenses in its eminent domain battle for the properties of Levine Industries in South Paterson for a parking deck project.
A property owner in the Wrigley Park neighborhood claims a metal processing facility next door is releasing pollutants into the air.
The South Paterson business incubator received $100,000 through the Innovation Challenge program run by New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) to develop a business plan for the long-delayed project.
The police raided the El Cabaret gentlemen’s club on Cianci Street last Thursday night, arresting a manager and seven dancers for prostitution, according to police director Jerry Speziale.
A grocery store on Trenton Avenue sold a lottery ticket that matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn on Saturday night winning $50,000, according to the New Jersey Lottery.