Municipal officials broke ground on the much delayed 245-unit townhouse development project at the former site of the Riverside Terrace on Wednesday morning.
Paterson didn’t pick up his recycling. So, he took it to DPW headquarters only to get a ticket for littering.
Former councilman Juan Torres’ recycling was not picked up by the city last week. Instead of leaving the cardboard boxes and other materials on the sidewalk, he took them to the public works headquarters at Eastside Park.
Municipal officials are renaming the Bauerle Fieldhouse after former Eastside High School principal Gerald Glisson.
Paterson councilwoman Davila voted for controversial Hinchliffe Stadium project. Now, on live TV, claims she didn’t.
Councilwoman Maritza Davila has claimed she voted against the controversial Hinchliffe Stadium redevelopment agreement.
Paterson council grants preliminary approval to 30-year tax abatement for housing part of Hinchliffe Stadium project
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration secured preliminary approval from the City Council to grant a 30-year tax abatement to a developer putting up a six-story senior housing complex as part of a project to renovate the historic Hinchliffe Stadium.
Community Improvement director David Gilmore on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the city of Paterson for alleged retaliation.
A city man was wounded in a shooting on Pennington Street on Tuesday afternoon, according to the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office.
Passaic County prosecutor investigating Paterson fire that displaced 60 people, injured 4 firefighters
The Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating a large fire at a Paterson mixed-use complex that displaced 60 people and left 4 firefighters injured.
Four men wanted for violent crimes, including recent shootings, have been arrested by the New Jersey State Police.
A four-alarm fire ripped through a large building on Cianci Street, displacing dozens of people and leaving two people injured.
The police seized an assault rifle and a handgun from two men out of Garfield and Hackensack on Rosa Parks Boulevard on Thursday afternoon, according to public safety director Jerry Speziale.
‘Police officers have the wrong person,’ says attorney for Irvington man charged with gun and drug possession
21-year-old Devon Williams of Irvington was arrested in Paterson allegedly in possession of a handgun and half-pound of marijuana, but his attorney says police arrested the wrong person.
A transportation company has filed a lawsuit against the Paterson Public Schools alleging a breach of contract.
The city’s school district suffered an internet outage this week that lasted hours and prompted the postponement of a public meeting on Wednesday, according to multiple school district officials.
Six people are running for three up for grabs Paterson school board seats in November.
Superintendent Eileen Shafer’s team unveiled a school re-opening plan for the Paterson Public Schools in a nearly four-hour long presentation to the school board on Monday.
A John F. Kennedy High School student, tripped over a pothole while fleeing a swarm of wasps during an outdoor gym class at Westside Park four years ago, is getting $100,000 in settlement from the Board of Education after his parents sued.
Firefighters put out a blaze that started in the attic of a three-story Main Street building late Sunday night.
Twenty-three homeless people were tested for Covid-19 at the Eva’s Village parking lot on Wednesday.
Three hundred and thirty-two people have died of the new coronavirus in Paterson over the past four months. Most of the fatalities have been Hispanics and Blacks, according to municipal government data.
St. Joseph’s lacked PPE, placed staff at risk early in pandemic, alleges fired ER manager in lawsuit
St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center lacked personal protective equipment (PPE), placing its staff at risk of contracting the new coronavirus as the pandemic struck the region in March, according to allegations in a lawsuit filed on Wednesday.
Three-hundred and twenty-nine white bows hung on the wrought iron fences outside the historic City Hall in downtown Paterson.
Residents of Paterson are among the most stressed people in New Jersey because of Covid-19, according to a study by Babylon Health that looked at Twitter data.
The number of people tested positive for the new coronavirus in Paterson increased by 7 to 6,514 on Thursday afternoon, according to municipal government data.
A smartphone application that connects homeowners with local landscapers has expanded to Paterson.
Libby’s Lunch, an iconic hotdog joint near the Great Falls, is closing after more than 80 years in business.
A zoning board member has been cited for allegedly adding an extra floor to his property on Redwood Avenue without construction permits.
A pair of brothers known for bringing home gold from national and international jiu-jitsu competitions did it again. Jason Dixon and Jalen Mitchell returned to Paterson with gold and bronze medals from the Pan IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championship, biggest martial arts competition in the world for kids, held in Long Beach, Calf. last Sunday.
Frandy Cuevas played for the Eastside High School baseball team for a year. His coach immediately recognized greatness.
12-year-old Jalen Mitchell defeated his opponent to win gold in the boys Teen 1 orange belt featherweight category at the Pan Kids IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu Championship in California.