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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ – The somewhat never ending saga of the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association’s student-athlete transfer rule might have seen the light at the end of the tunnel.
Members of the NJSIAA Executive Committee voted in an overwhelming majority (Yes – 27, No – 7, Abstain – 0) to accept a new transfer policy that would mandate a 30-day sit-out ...
TRENTON, N.J. - Good Samaritans in New Jersey who come across distressed animals or people in parked vehicles soon may no longer have to concern themselves with legal repercussions for stepping in to provide aid.
There are 23 states, including the Garden State, with laws that regulate leaving an animal in a parked vehicle. Rules in 24 states make it illegal to leave a child unattended in a ...
PATERSON, N.J.-Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Paterson Police Director Jerry Speziale announce the shooting death of Dennis Pride, age 30 years old, of Paterson, New Jersey.
Pride was shot in front of a notorious food establishment that has been known to be the site of drug trafficking arrests, violence, and a nuisance for neighbors. Residents took to social media ...
TRENTON, NJ - Gov. Chris Christie on Jan. 9 signed legislation that would designate one night in November of each year as a "Night of Conversation" about drug and alcohol addiction.
Tuesday Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes announced in separate press releases that police officers deployed the "anti-opiate" Naloxone three times last ...
PATERSON, N.J. - Paterson education officials and advocates are left wondering when the site of the old Don Bosco High School will be vacated by the Paterson Arts and Science Charter School to pave way for demolition.
John McEntee Jr., president of the Paterson Education Association, said, “The Paterson Education Association is hopeful that a quick resolution to this ...
PATERSON, NJ - CEO of TAPinto.net Michael Shapiro made The NY Times this week in an article that named TAPinto as one of the last media watchdogs left in NJ after the downsize of print media.
TAPintoPaterson.net is an online newspaper serving the City of Paterson. TAPintoPaterson.net is accredited by the New Jersey Press Association, and is the only locally ...
CLARK, NJ – The picture shows a black puppet, hanging by a string looped around its neck and hand, a basketball attached to one end. This puppet is reportedly what greeted players from the Plainfield High School girls basketball team when they arrived at the Arthur L. Johnson High School for a Saturday morning game, according to posts on Plainfield community Facebook ...
PATERSON, N.J.- John McEntee Jr., president of the Paterson Education Association (PEA), called for the removal of state appointed superintendent Donald Evans.
Wednesday NorthJersey.com and other New Jersey media outlets ran stories based on Evans testimony to the state board, saying that Paterson was a "high performing" district, and that "graduation rates continue to ...
PATERSON, N.J. - In his weekly radio show, education advocate Corey Teague discussed the impact of charter schools with school board member Dr. Jonathan Hodges.
One of the biggest points of emphasis by Dr. Hodges was the cost that the public school doesn't lose, when it loses a student. "40% of the costs associated with each student are still consumed by the district" said Dr ...
PATERSON, N.J. - As confirmed by the Paterson police department, multiple people were shot earlier this evening on 10th Avenue in Paterson.
Two victims were alive and transported to the hospital. The shooting took place in front he corner of East 28th Street in front of a local grocery store.
Details to be updated as available.