The Paterson Parking Authority is considering restoring the Paterson trolley service in the South Paterson area as part of its proposed garage project by St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center.
Tabia White has been dancing to gospel music at least once a week for the past two years with a group of about two dozen local girls who call themselves the “Divine Cry.” In late April, she and her fellow group members performed in front of the City Council to the Tasha Cobbs’ song “Sense…
In 1867, a small wooden house stood on Church Street, where a group of nuns opened a 12-bed hospital to treat the town’s injured and poor. This tiny operation, almost 150 years later, grew to become St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center. In celebration of its 150th anniversary, a historic marker was unveiled at the site…
Almost 200,000 people visited the Great Falls National Historical Park in the past year, but a good number of them spent very little time in America’s first planned industrial city. Visitors often enter Overlook Park, snap a picture with the statue of Alexander Hamilton, and leave the city.
The new visitors center proposed at the site of the former steam plant site at the Great Falls National Historical Park has received preliminary approval from the National Park Service Development Advisory Board.
Evelyn Curry approached the intersection of North Main and Arch Streets, unfurled a cloth banner bearing the image of her son Shareek Curry, and began to weep. Her son was 33 years old when he was shot in that corner, she said.
The small triangular greenspace dubbed by neighborhood residents as South Paterson Park on Main Street is getting new benches and landscaping from PSEG.