The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $1.54 million in housing choice vouchers to the Paterson Housing Authority, announced Rep. Bill Pascrell on Thursday afternoon.
The half-dozen large holes remaining at the former Leader Dye site on Madison Avenue has led some to raise questions about the quality of the $1.1 million demolition project.
The city council passed a law on Tuesday night designating Main-Weiss intersection, site of three non-fatal shootings this year, as a hotspot crime zone.
The city council approved the sale of the Paterson Armory for $3 million to prominent developer Charles Florio on Tuesday night.
The proposed $4.25 million indoor sports facility close to School 15 received a boost on Monday morning.
Former governor James McGreevey launched a program on Monday morning that will focus on getting disadvantaged Passaic County residents — focused on Patersonians — trained for jobs in the booming building and construction trades.
After the weekend double shooting at the intersection of Union Avenue and Jasper Street, mayor Andre Sayegh has called for the area to be designated as a hotspot business curfew zone.