City council candidates running in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Wards fielded questions on a disparate set of subjects – lead in drinking water, recreation, violence, education, taxes, youth curfew – from Silk City’s young residents on Wednesday night.
When Raed Odeh opened his barbershop in South Paterson he accomplished a portion of his childhood dream.
City residents paying thousands of dollars in flood insurance every year despite living far away from the Passaic River may soon see some relief as the federal government looks to revise local flood maps, announced Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. at a news conference joined by municipal officials on Wednesday afternoon.
It was dental day at the Paterson Head Start as dozens of unsuspecting young children received their semi-annual check-up inside a bright red fire truck.
The nation’s largest drug retailing chain Walgreens opened a new location in South Paterson on Tuesday morning.
Almost 250 students showcased their scientific talents at the school district’s science fair in John F. Kennedy High School on Wednesday morning. Project display boards filled the gymnasium of the high school where students competed to be the best in their grade level. Two students from John F. Kennedy’s School of Education and Training (SET)…
Chants of “Being black is not a crime” and “Same story every time” could be heard outside of Paterson city hall on Wednesday afternoon as a group of locals gathered to demonstrate in solidarity with the protesters in Baltimore, Maryland.