City Council Meeting

Tonight's meeting will include a public session.

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Tue, April 21
6:30 pm — 11:45 pm
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Tonight's meeting will include a public session.

155 Market St Paterson, NJ 07501

155 Market St
Paterson, NJ 07501

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Joy Comes in the Morning

Today my friend, who happens to be a sixty-eight  year old Jewish man with a refurbished heart, sent me an email letting me know what he intends to leave for me (to continue our work together) if anything should happen to him. 

As you have witnessed by my silence lately, I have not been writing. In part, due to mourning. In part, due to having a busy schedule, but not really. In ...

Passaic Valley Water Commission Implements COVID-19 Coronavirus Protections

Coronavirus is not transmitted by water. Still, Passaic Valley Water Commission (PVWC) wants to protect its ability to deliver water even if employees are impacted by the virus. “We’re being proactive by taking steps to help prevent employee illness and prepare for operations should significant illnesses occur,” said Executive Director Joseph Bella. The goal is to ...

4CS of Passaic County Office Closed, Service to Families Continues

4CS of Passaic County, Inc. staff will be working remotely as of Monday, March 30, 2020.

When you call the office please listen to the entire message as we will provide extensions for departments. If you are not sure who can help, press 0 to leave a message. 

Please take pictures or scan the documents you need processed and send them to the emails below. You can also send documents by ...

PCCC is Open for Business

Passaic County Community College is open for business: online, by phone, and by email.  We have shifted most of our College operations to an online format and are available to provide information or answer questions by phone or email.  Please do not come to any PCCC campuses until further notice. Visit for updates and to find the contact information for the person or department ...

How Small Businesses Will Rise Again

As the world around us continues to morph into more and more of an unknown territory, entrepreneurs may be questioning their position in the market as a business owner- a creator. Now, more than ever, entrepreneurs will have to grasp onto the new digital world of business and marketing- or accept failure. In this time of quarantine, there are some essential actions that entrepreneurs can ...

Puerto Rico: Poised to End America’s Foreign Drug Dependence

March 28, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic exposes a surprising fact: Ninety-percent of all antibiotics, common cold and flu, and pain-relief medications found in America’s medicine cabinets are made in China, not the United States.

America’s largest pharmaceutical companies now outsource to China the manufacture of 90 percent of brand name and generic antibiotics, aspirin, and ibuprofen sold in the ...

Stay Healthy and Encouraged

April 2, 2020

Dear Editor:

The number of COVID-19 cases in New Jersey will climb as more individuals are tested and confirmed. This creates a new normal that requires each of us to make adjustments in our daily lives. Taking steps to stay healthy through physical distancing and self-quarantine are major safety measures that we all must follow for the sake of public health and to flatten the curve of ...

Passaic Schools Maintenance, Custodial, and Cafeteria Still Serving City Children

March 23, 2020

PASSAIC, NJ - While students are home in efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, coronavirus, school is very much in session for the 220 members of the Passaic Maintenance, Custodial, and Cafeteria Workers, the union’s vice president Trent Johnson told TAPinto.

With many spending their weekend preparing, even more were to be on hand Monday to aid in the distribution of work packets and ...

Gov. Murphy Announces Over 3.6K More COVID-19 Cases, 91 Deaths in NJ

April 2, 2020

NEW JERSEY — New Jersey reported an additional 3,649 positive cases of COVID-19 and at least 91 more deaths linked to the virus on Wednesday afternoon, maintaining the second-most cases in the country.

Gov. Phil Murphy announced during his daily press conference that the state now has at least 22,255 cases and at least 355 deaths.

Three deaths, and whether the novel coronavirus was ...

No More "Knucklehead Parties" Murphy Says at Monday Briefing

TRENTON, NJ - Using charts reflecting the impact of social distancing in slowing the spread of COVID-19, Governor Phil Murphy continued to vociferously urge New Jerseyans to follow his Executive Orders Monday.

Garden staters "have always lived our lives punching above our weight," Murphy said, calling on citizens to "crush that curve even ...

Ghost Hawk Brewing Company is Again Offering Home Delivery

April 1, 2020

Thanks to the effort of our local Assemblyman Thomas P. Giblin and other NJ legislatures, Ghost Hawk Brewing Company is proud to announce that we are doing Home Delivery again.

Minimum order of three 4-packs or equivalent. Each order will be charged a $2 delivery fee.

Submit an order by email to: Orders will need to include your full name as it appears on ...

NJEDA Announces Agencies Selected to Offer Technical Assistance to COVID-19 Impacted Small Businesses Applying for SBA Funding

TRENTON, N.J. (March 30, 2020) – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) today announced that it is partnering with four organizations to offer support services to businesses seeking federal financial assistance through Small Business Administration (SBA) programs. This technical assistance is the latest in a series of steps New Jersey is taking to help small ...

Alivio financiero durante la crisis del coronavirus: lo que deben saber los empleadores y las empresas de Paterson

PATERSON, NJ - El virus COVID-19 está afectando fuertemente a las empresas en todo el estado: los gimnasios, restaurantes y bares están cerrados, y otras empresas han visto grandes caídas en los ingresos. Para algunos establecimientos, el flujo de caja está cerca de cero en este momento.


Muchos empleadores se sienten especialmente vulnerables. Sin embargo, ...

Las escuelas públicas de Paterson ajustan el plan de distribución de comidas durante los cierres por el coronavirus

PATERSON, NJ - En un esfuerzo continuo para facilitar la transición de la escuela al aprendizaje en el hogar, y para asegurar que los estudiantes de las Escuelas Públicas de Paterson se mantengan bien alimentados durante el cierre por lo del COVID-19, coronavirus, un nuevo plan de distribución de comidas comenzará el miércoles, anunciaron funcionarios del ...

La orden más débil de Murphy 'reemplaza' a la de Sayegh, a pesar de los 'desafíos' se harán cumplir los votos del alcalde

NEWARK, NJ – El gobernador Phil Murphy se ha movido para cerrar la mayoría de las empresas, prohibir las reuniones sociales y exigir a la mayoría de los 9 millones de residentes del estado que trabajen desde su hogar en lo que equivale a un gran bloqueo estatal, pero no completo.

Bajo la Orden Ejecutiva No. 107, su llamada "Orden de quedarse en casa", todas las ...