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Letters to the Editor

June 27, 2022

Dear Editor: As the school year ends, students and parents naturally begin to think about what the upcoming weeks may hold and look to make the most of the summer break.  For Paterson educators and school employees, however, it’s a time when their commitment to the profession and the students ...

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Solving issues regarding the lower class and global poverty is often discarded as an issue that doesn't affect the majority, but it does. Those who are living above the lower class are all susceptible to the threat against national security that is brought on by global poverty. "Nearly every ...

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PATERSON, NJ – The Men of Lambda Upsilon Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. participated in the annual Friends of Benjie E. Wimberly Bowling Night of Fun, an annual event that is well-supported by local civic groups including many Divine 9 organizations.    Participants in the event ...

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Dear Editor When choosing a mayor, citizens are essentially hiring a person they believe is best fit for the duties and responsibilities of the office. We have seen the ineffectiveness of this hiring process at times when voters don’t have enough information or are uninterested or simply ready ...

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Dear Editor: Today is International Firefighters Day and, while I have great admiration for my counterparts around the globe, I couldn’t be prouder to be a member of what I believe is the best fire department in the world. What we do in Paterson to protect residents and visitors, wouldn’t be ...

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Dear Editor: What is integrity? It’s about being responsible, honest, moral, upright, and helping others. As I read, watch, and attend the political arenas leading up to Paterson’s Mayoral election, I become disheartened because of the false, phony, misleading narrative, and representation my ...

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