The city’s police officers raised $8,000 through their “No-Shave November” campaign to combat cancer. Each police officer donated $50 that would otherwise be spent on shaving and grooming. Detective David D’Arco, a cancer survivor, led the campaign. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2012, he said. “This is personal for me,” said D’Arco, a 19-year…
The Bearded Bakers from Australia put up a performance at the South Paterson Park on Friday evening serving up the popular Palestinian dessert knafeh to a large cheering crowd. Some descended on the park on Main Street for the dessert while others came for the performance.
With Thanksgiving just two days away, hometown rapper Fetty Wap donated 500 turkeys on Tuesday night. Wap, who was not present for distribution of the turkeys at the Masonic Lodge, had his representatives hand them out to families in need.
The state’s largest anti-poverty organization raised $674,000, setting a new fundraising record, this month to support its 20 social programs.
The Paterson Museum is hosting a fashion exhibition showcasing more than a dozen designs made with recyclable, discarded, and upcycled materials donated by local manufacturing companies.
The local nonprofit group CUMAC received a $20,000 grant award from NEC Foundation of America for a new security system.
The city kicked off its third annual public safety camp at Camp Hope in West Milford on Monday to build a more trusting relationship between the community and police, said police director Jerry Speziale.