African American leaders on Friday called for the termination of a Paterson police officer accused of viciously attacking an upset father.
Municipal officials showed off a $5.8 million new emergency communication centers at the Frank X. Graves Public Safety Complex on Wednesday morning that is expected to speed up police and fire response time.
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration hired public works director William “Billy” Rodriguez’s brother for an $80,000 engineering job raising concerns about nepotism.
A federal judge ruled in favor of the mother of a man, who died by suicide nearly two years after two police officers brutally beat him in a hospital room, can pursue a wrongful death case.
The teachers union took a no confidence vote against superintendent Eileen Shafer on Wednesday for a series of decisions she made, including reopening schools for teachers and staff, amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Hackensack man, who filed a lawsuit against the city alleging police officers beat him at the emergency room, is getting $75,000 in settlement.
Municipal officials agreed to pay $150,000 on Tuesday night to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a public works employee.