The remaining portion of the fire-damaged and crumbling Paterson Armory is being demolished brick by brick.
A federal judge has dismissed the religious discrimination lawsuit filed by three Muslim former Board of Adjustment members.
The City Council approved mayor Andre Sayegh’s $285 million budget that contains a 2-percent property tax increase.
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration and the City Council have been talking about potentially hiring aides for council members.
The Paterson Parking Authority racked up $72,000 in legal expenses in its eminent domain battle for the properties of Levine Industries in South Paterson for a parking deck project.
Four bus loads of people, mostly teachers and community leaders, appeared before the New Jersey Assembly Budget Committee in Trenton on Wednesday to demand more funding for the school district to avert hundreds of layoffs and program cuts.
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration secured the City Council’s preliminary approval for three measures on Tuesday night to create a sewer utility, change billing method, and collect $3 million through a supplemental bill.