The New Jersey Community Development Corporation (NJCDC) is giving out $160,000 in small grants to businesses in the vicinity of Great Falls.
Municipal officials refused to grant entertainment and dance hall licenses to Hornitos Bakery on 21st Avenue citing “constant” loud music.
Bergen County and Bergen New Bridge Medical Center purchased 110,000 N95 masks from a Paterson manufacturing company in preparation for a possible resurgence of coronavirus cases in the fall.
A bar in the Hillcrest section has been issued violations for allegedly selling liquor to underage patrons and allowing indoor hookah smoking.
The police raided the Corona’s Sport, Bar, and Liquor on Totowa Avenue, arresting six people, on Friday after receiving “numerous” nuisance complaints for loud music, fights, and after-hours parties, according to public safety director Jerry Speziale.
A supermarket has been cited by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs for allegedly jacking up prices for Cheerios in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.
A housing complex on Lafayette Street is being named after former councilman and renowned boxing referee Ed Cotton.