Twenty-seven aspiring chefs at the Eva’s Village Culinary School were given dough balls on Tuesday morning to create their own pastries using an ingredient popular throughout the world.
Ysela Mantilla and her brother David arrived early on Sunday morning to watch the annual Peruvian Parade enter Paterson from Clifton. She and her brother were among thousands upon thousands of people who dotted the sidewalks of Main Street to watch the spectacle that featured traditional Peruvian music, dress, and dances.
The city re-dedicated a portion of Market Street in tribute to baseball hall of famer Roberto Clemente earlier in the month.
The state’s largest anti-poverty organization named a new chief executive officer. Mark Schmit was selected as the chief executive officer of Eva’s Village on Friday. He replaces chief executive Marie Reger.
The city that guaranteed America’s economic independence from Great Britain celebrated its 225th anniversary on Tuesday morning. Paterson, named after New Jersey’s second governor William Paterson, was founded on July 4th, 1792 by the country’s first secretary of treasury Alexander Hamilton.
More than two dozen people are being honored for the city’s 225th birthday celebration. Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres announced the names of 25 people to be honored at the Brownstone House on Saturday, July 1, 2017.
After scraping together $150 for an outfit for his eighth-grade prom, Angel Morel had little money left for a haircut. But he was in luck. The New Roberto Clemente Elementary School had connected with a Passaic City barber willing to provide free haircuts to prom-bound eighth graders.