PATERSON, NJ - Panther Academy was briefly evacuated earlier today after police reported the threat of a bomb phoned in by a male caller. Paterson police searched the school, found nothing to corroborate the threat, and declared the school safe.
Panther Academy all clear after bomb scare
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By TAPINTO PATERSON STAFFMay 25, 2018
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By STEVE LENOXMay 24, 2018
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By FRED J. AUNMay 24, 2018
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By TAPINTO PATERSON STAFFMay 24, 2018
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By STEVE LENOXMay 23, 2018
PATERSON, NJ- With just weeks to go in her term Mayor Jane Williams Warren appeared before the Paterson City Council on Tuesday to ask for their support for a proposal to bring millions of dollars of new revenue into the city.
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