A city liquor store sold a winning $154,532 lottery ticket on Thursday, according to the New Jersey Lottery.
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.