The housing market in Paterson is the sixth least affordable in the United States, according to a new study released by New York City-based personal finance firm SmartAsset. The situation is far worse in neighboring Passaic City which ranks first place as the least affordable housing market in the country.
A city grocery store sold the lucky lottery ticket that matched all five numbers for the Jersey Cash 5 jackpot from Wednesday’s drawing, according to the New Jersey Lottery.
A customer of a city grocery store won $174,376 in the Jersey Cash 5 jackpot from Thursday’s lottery drawing, according to the New Jersey Lottery.
One of the two winning tickets for the Jersey Cash 5 Jackpot was sold in a 4th Avenue bodega in the city, announced the New Jersey Lottery.
A large number of non-profit organizations have been working together to improve the literacy rate in the city by getting youngsters interested in reading books at an early age.
A number of organizations came together on Tuesday morning to avowedly declare their support for the Affordable Care Act, a legislation mandating Americans to obtain health insurance, and to provide residents with sign up information.
“Make sure the gutters are intact and are taking the water away from the house,” said Leonard Robbins, director of the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey, a non-profit concerned with affordable housing, while advising a group of about 35 Patersonians on Thursday morning on what to look for when purchasing a home…