A Patersonian has been promoted to vice president/SBA (Small Business Administration) closing manager at Kearny Bank.
113-year-old Greater Paterson Chamber of Commerce picks first Latino to lead organization
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.
State reopens small business grant program. Businesses can get up to $20,000.
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 awards $17 million in tax credits for Paterson housing project
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.
Wayne couple sentenced to prison in $4.5 million Paterson food stamp fraud scheme
A couple from Wayne was sentenced to federal prison on Tuesday for their role in a $4.5 million food stamp fraud scheme run out of a Paterson grocery store.
Downtown Paterson businesses allowed to conduct sidewalk sales until end of September
Businesses in downtown Paterson, hit hard by the pandemic, will be able to conduct sidewalk sales for the next six months.
Paterson Parking Authority lost fight to takeover Levine family property. It was forced to pay $42,000 to cover their legal bills.
After losing the court battle to take over the Levine family’s property in South Paterson for a parking garage project, the Paterson Parking Authority has paid them $41,768, according to public records.