Councilman Michael Jackson has proposed adding 100 part-time special police officer to tackle “alarming amount of lawlessness” in Paterson.
A former assistant principal has filed a lawsuit alleging he faced discrimination and retaliation at the Phillip’s Academy Charter School.
Municipal officials agreed to pay $215,000 to settle a couple’s lawsuit that stemmed from a public works vehicle crash.
Paterson-based Railroad Posillico JV is under investigation after one of its subcontractors was cited for wage violations on a public works project, according to the New Jersey Department of Labor.
School officials have agreed to settle a foreign language teacher’s lawsuit alleging disability discrimination by paying out $75,000.
The woman who served as the public information officer in mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration resigned in June, according to public records.
A New Jersey Superior Court judge has sided with Hillcrest section residents in their bid to prevent a chicken slaughterhouse from locating in their neighborhood.