After much to-do, the Paterson Education Association (PEA) was finally permitted to exercise its right under law to conduct safety walkthroughs of all district buildings on April 21 and 22. While we did not expect to find everything in perfect working order, we were shocked at the level of disrepair that awaited us, making it…
First and foremost, I hope this finds you well and continuing to stay safe and healthy. There is no doubt this has been a difficult year, and we know the Paterson community has seen more than its share of loved ones affected by the pandemic.
Daniel Edward Toloso, Sr., 75, of Fairplay, MD passed away on Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at his home. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, and son.
I would like to clear my name from the horrible remarks ex-councilman William McKoy made about my family on October 9, 2020 during the 3rd Ward council debate on television. There was never a time anyone of my children were homeless or going to be homeless. You are lying, Mr. McKoy.
I am writing this letter to reintroduce myself to the Paterson community. I am the longest serving member on the Paterson Board of Education and I am standing for re-election again. I committed myself to improving the city’s educational system years ago, when as a physician in St Joseph’s Emergency Room, I encountered Paterson’s children…
First and foremost, it is most important for Black Lives Matter-Paterson to express their deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims tragically lost to gun violence in our City.
So often the Paterson Police are criticized for one reason, or another. This letter is to tell a story of a worthy experience with them.