Jeyss Abreu, one of two men running for mayor Andre Sayegh’s old seat in the 6th Ward, has failed to include the required “paid for by” labels on his campaign materials.
After years of paying ever increasing health insurance expenses, forcing large tax increases on homeowners, the city is moving to the state health insurance program by Jan. 1, 2019.
Former mayor Jose “Joey” Torres’ administration had a company carry out work at the former Vistas site beyond the scope of its contract. Municipal officials approved a $14,350 payment to LTI, Inc. of Florham Park last Tuesday for landscaping work the firm completed at the Vistas Park. Public works director William “Billy” Rodriguez said the…
Police arrested two people and seized an assortment of drugs during a raid at a 17th Avenue house, said police director Jerry Speziale on Tuesday morning.
The cost to rehabilitate the historic Passaic County Courthouse Annex, commonly known as the old Paterson post office, has increased by $1.2 million.
A Clifton player’s racist comment targeting the John F. Kennedy High School team led to the cancellation of the Friday night football game, superintendent Eileen Shafer revealed on Monday afternoon.
Kizzy Owens stood up and began loudly cheering for her son at La Neve’s banquet hall on Sunday afternoon. Her son, Ramir, was among 40 youngsters, between ages 10-16, to successfully complete the Paterson Police Athletic League (PAL) cadet and leadership training programs.