The Art Factory is starting a trolley service with two cars that will cover the Great Falls and key buildings in the downtown Paterson business district.
The bright red disc of one of Paterson’s newest and most significant public testaments is now marred with graffiti. The Shohid Minar monument in Westside Park, which commemorates those who died fighting to preserve the Bengali language, spoken by as many as 300 million people throughout the world, has been spray painted with two large,…
Nine-year old Layla Rivera beamed as she proudly displayed the prize she had won. A real goldfish animatedly swam in a clear, plastic bag filled with water. The third grader from School 28 was accompanied by her father, Luis Rivera, and mother, Jessica Rivera, at the carnival in Westside Park on Thursday evening.
Outgoing councilman Kenneth Morris has been recognized with the 2018 New Jersey State Governor’s Jefferson Award for public service and volunteerism.
The asphalt play area at School 8 gave way to a new playground with the help of 150 volunteers on Sunday afternoon.
Larren Reagans and her friend Winiyah Kersey attended the opening of the Great Falls Youth Center last Friday. Both girls, sophomores at John F. Kennedy High School, plan to spend time after school at the center.
The documentary “Silk City Artists and Musicians,” about the city’s thriving art community, has been selected for a screening at the Garden State Film Festival in Asbury Park next week.