A city man was arrested early Tuesday morning after officers observed a drug sale on Market Street, according to Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik.
The proposed microgrid at the Great Falls will ensure critical infrastructure like public safety buildings and medical centers are not knocked offline during a blackout, said Richard Mroz, president of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, on Monday afternoon.
A large fire that began in a vacant structure destroyed one house and damaged the exterior of two others on Monday morning. One person suffered burn injuries from the blaze that started in a large vacant building on East 22nd Street, according to deputy fire chief William Henderson.
My name is Fatima Bell. I am a very active parent, community activist and lifelong Paterson resident who is quite concerned about the direction our city is headed in. First, I’d like to provide some academic/career history information.
After delivering a 12-minute speech devoid of any specific plans to build what she described as a “better” Paterson at her campaign kickoff, school board member Lilisa Mimms and her team spent the weekend making false claims and complaining about news coverage of the event.
A judge at the Paterson Municipal Court gave Jerome King, head of the troubled needle exchange operator the Well of Hope, four more weeks to prepare his case. King was issued 12 summonses for health violations at his nonprofit’s building on Broadway.
A city man was killed in an early Saturday morning crash on Broadway and Route 20, according to authorities.