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TAPinto Paterson Editor Makes New Year's Resolution: Cover Even More Positive Paterson Stories!


PATERSON, NJ- As 2017 draws to a close, TAPinto Paterson is setting one New Year’s Resolution that we know we can keep in 2018: to do an even better job sharing the many positive stories that reflect the real City of Paterson.

Since we re-launched in September the response has been overwhelming!

We have attended countless community celebrations, witnessed the tremendously dedicated work of local organizations, been awed by the tireless commitment of so many individuals, seen the very best of Paterson's growing entrepreneurial community, and gotten to know our way around the city’s vibrant and diverse neighborhoods.

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Even with all of this, we know there is a lot more to cover!

Our hope is to involve our readers in our reporting even more in the coming months.

Here’s how we’re going to do that:

Have a story you think we should tell, an event we should cover? Email us!

Have an opinion to share, or expertise in a particular area that you think would benefit our growing community? Submit a letter to the editor or a guest column!

Want to grow your business’s profile among our readers, and through the wider TAPinto community that extends all across New Jersey? Consider advertising with us!

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Here’s looking to a healthy and happy 2018!

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