PATERSON, NJ - From 1837 through 1926, five Paterson manufacturing plants built more than 10,000 locomotives. In tribute to that history, the Paterson Museum at 2 Market Street is hosting a Lionel Electric Model Train Exhibit through January 2.
Museum Salutes City's Rail Heritage with Lionel Exhibit
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By STEVE LENOXFebruary 17, 2018
PATERSON, NJ- Saying that his campaign focused on speaking with voters “individually and personally” instead of “manufacturing” signatures, Councilman Bill McKoy submitted 1522 petitions to the City Clerk’s office on Friday. “There are more coming in,” he said.
While McKoy is one of 13 candidates currently running for Mayor of Paterson, he is confident ...
By MAX BECKERMANFebruary 16, 2018
In honor of Black History Month Assemblyman Benjie Wimberly and TEAM HOPE are recognizing African Americans that have made an impact in the community and beyond.
TAPinto Paterson is proud to bring these stories to our readers.
James Henderson owned and operated McDonald’s stores in Paterson for 20 years, during which time he built a reputation as a hard-working and charitable ...
By STEVE LENOXFebruary 16, 2018
PATERSON, NJ- An investigation by both the Paterson Fire Department and the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office is underway into a pre-dawn fire that damaged two buildings on 12th Avenue early Friday.
After receiving several calls reporting the fire, members of the Paterson Fire Department were dispatched to 37 12th Avenue at approximately 5:30 a.m. With heavy flames visible ...
By TAPINTO PATERSON STAFFFebruary 16, 2018
PATERSON, NJ- The investigative work of the Paterson Police Department and the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office has led to the arrest of a local man in connection with two armed robberies that took place on Monday.
According to a report released by Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes, Paterson Police Chief Troy Oswald and Passaic County Sheriff Richard H. Berdnik, Timothy Simmons, ...
By KEN BRANSONFebruary 15, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Frank Lautenberg, New Jersey’s longest-serving U.S. senator, left an outsized imprint on state politics and national policy by the time he died while in office, in 2013.
His papers, now curated and maintained by the Rutgers University Libraries, encompass 2,250 boxes of hats, buttons, campaign stickers, vinyl records, paper documents and other artifacts that, laid end ...
By COREY L. TEAGUEFebruary 15, 2018
I find myself in a juxtaposition right now.
On the one hand, I did question the process. On the other hand, I am fully supportive of Ms. Shafer.
I want to go on record as saying that I am completely confident in her leadership. I’ll briefly explain my reason.
When I served on the school board I was able to always reach Ms. Shafer. The lines of communication were ...
By TAPINTO PATERSON STAFFFebruary 15, 2018
TRENTON – On Monday Governor Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order to create the Commission on Puerto Rico Relief to continue support efforts he pledged to provide to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.
Following the signing, and just days before Paterson Partners with Puerto Rico is to hold a large fundraising event to help support one of the ...