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PATERSON, NJ - In its efforts to best serve Paterson's multicultural community, PatersonPress.com has added a new option that translates our content into 52 languages, including Arabic, Haitian Creole, Turkish and Spanish.

 
TheAlternativePress.com, which powers PatersonPress.com, now has a Google Translate option in the upper right corner that's available on its home page as well as for individual stories.
"We are thrilled to reach new audiences with the same high-quality, unbiased local news that PatersonPress.com has become known for,'' said Heather Taylor, communications director for The Citizens Campaign, a nonpartisan public service organization that founded PatersonPress.com. "Paterson is a very diverse community and it is important that everyone can be informed about their local government in their preferred language."
 
Most other news sites that cover New Jersey do not offer a similar service.
 
PatersonPress.com added the Translator option in response to suggestions from community leaders. Anyone with other suggestions for improving PatersonPress.com may submit them to editor@PatersonPress.com.

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