A local store sold a winning lottery ticket worth $240,505 that matched all five numbers drawn during Tuesday’s drawing, according to the New Jersey Lottery.
The police cracked down on businesses that were allegedly violating the midnight business curfew in designated high crime zones on Friday night, according to public safety director Jerry Speziale.
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.
A Patersonian has been promoted to vice president/SBA (Small Business Administration) closing manager at Kearny Bank.
The Greater Paterson Chamber of Commerce picked Orlando Cruz to serve as its president, making him the first Latino to serve as the head of the 113-year-old organization.
The state has reopened pre-registration for its Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program, giving small business owners and nonprofit organizations that have not previously applied for grant funding a chance to pre-register as a preliminary step towards obtaining up to $20,000.
State officials approved $17 million in tax credits for the 74-unit low-income housing project being built at the Argus Mill on Van Houten Street.