14-year-old Treyvon Watson spent the summer cleaning-up and beautifying different parts of Paterson.
A couple dozen youngsters were paired with police officers on Saturday morning as part of a new initiative called “Cops Adopt a Kid,” a one-to-one mentoring program, introduced by the Paterson Police Athletic League (PAL).
Dozens people rallied in front of the historic City Hall in Paterson in solidarity with Puerto Ricans protesting their governor last Wednesday evening. Many of them rejoiced at governor Ricardo Rosselló resignation announcement later in the night.
For the second time in its 33 years of existence, the Peruvian parade will not be marching through Paterson.
Municipal officials unveiled street signs on Saturday afternoon naming a portion of Union Avenue to Bangladesh Boulevard in recognition of the city’s growing Bangladeshi-American community.
A new book showcases, through vintage images and narratives, the experiences of Italians in Paterson beginning in the early 1900s.
An appetizer made up of corn, beans, and squash – three staples of the Lenape people – and a submarine sandwich, named after John Philip Holland’s underwater craft – both representing flavors of the Great Falls — were prepared and served at the Eva’s Village on Tuesday.