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4CS of Passaic County will be hosting our Annual Mother's Day Celebration.

Join us on Saturday, May 16, 2020 as we honor mothers in the community.

More information to follow.

About Annual Celebration of Mother Event

This event allows 4CS of Passaic County to raise funds in order to offer additional support and services to the hard working mothers that take advantage of our ...

One Book One Paterson: Turning the Page

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has developed a program called the Big Read. The idea is based on a simple question: What if everyone in the city read the same book? No matter who you meet, you’d have something to talk about. We’d all have another layer to add to our shared experiences. It could be amazing to have us all rooting for the same protagonist, puzzling the same ...

Come to PCCC This Spring

There’s still time to register for Spring at Passaic County Community College (PCCC). Late registration is going on now for the 15-Week Term, and the 12-Week Term starts February 13.

All current, new, returning, transfer, and visiting students are welcome to apply at  The complete registration schedule is available ...

Paterson's Jehan Shalabi Set for Graduation from PCCC. NASA Internship, Basketball Championship Among College Highlights

PATERSON, NJ - When Paterson resident Jehan Shalabi receives her Associate in Science Degree in Electrical Engineering at the PCCC Winter 2020 Commencement Tuesday, the 18-year-old will graduate at the age most students enter the College.

“That’s an interesting story,” Shalabi said. “By the end of my sophomore year, I felt bored and wanted more challenge."

One ...

Bad Credit Kills Great Dreams

At the onset of entrepreneurship, you get the most amazing idea and the passion within leads you to the beginning of a journey. Over time, you fine tune your products/services and customers start purchasing the goods. Your idea is now your business and then, the epiphany hits, “I’m going to need more money to grow this business.”  Having capital to grow a business is ...

For the Love of Branding: The Rise of the Eternal Entreprenuer

As entrepreneurs, we are always thinking of ways to market our products and services effectively. The emergence of social media and technology births more entrepreneurs now than ever before. It is critical that entrepreneurs understand what marketing is, how to use it to leverage profits and customers (assuming we all know what our customer demographic is), and how to use it to connect with the ...

2020 New Year's Resolution - Becoming Debt Free

It's not too late to make a New Year's resolution to become debt free in 2020.

The simple, fool-proof method for paying off debt

If it seems like you’ve always been in debt and there’s just no way to get out, take heart: There is a solution to becoming debt free.

Can you imagine a life without debt? A life where you’re not paying for ...

Because We’re Needed: An Interview with Paterson Public Library Director Corey Fleming 

January 23, 2020

A look at Paterson Free PL’s Facebook page shows a variety of programs in January alone: a digital jazz concert series, “Interviewing for Teens,” a winter reading challenge, and over 15 programs per week in the Children’s Department. The library’s four branches (one under renovation) serve over 145,000 residents of the Silk City. 

Paterson is the original ...

Paterson Has Something to be Proud of

January 23, 2020

Dear Editor: 

The purpose of this letter is to inform the community about a historic moment in Paterson.

Paterson’s John F. Kennedy Educational Complex became the very first high school in the entire state of New Jersey to receive the distinct designation of being a full-service community high school. 

I had the opportunity to stand with fellow elected officials as we cut ...

Passaic County Freeholder John Bartlett Elected First Vice-Chair of North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority

January 18, 2020

PATERSON, NJ - Paterson and Passaic County can expect to have more clout within the organization responsible for allocating $17.5 million for the construction of a new Fifth Avenue Bridge connecting Paterson to Fair Lawn, providing design support for a new bridge to connect Paterson’s Bunker Hill industrial area to Prospect Park and Hawthorne, and undertaking an award-winning transit study ...

Rutgers Makes History with Hiring of Jonathan Holloway as Next President

January 22, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Jonathan Holloway, who has bravely blazed an uncharted trail across the highest ranks of academia, was hired Tuesday as Rutgers University's first black president.

Holloway, who was approved Tuesday in a joint meeting of the university's board of governors and trustees, served as Yale's first African-American dean.

He most recently served as Northwestern ...

How New Brunswick is Making Change Count

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ  — Residents and visitors can help fund services to the homeless and those in need through the city's new Make It Count meter donation program.

The direct transaction-based donation service utilizes specially designated parking style meters to accept monetary donations in the form of coins, credit cards and debit cards. All proceeds will benefit various social ...

Mayor Andre Sayegh Announces Changes in His Cabinet

January 21, 2020

PATERSON, NJ - Vaughn L. McKoy, who led the Mayor's Transition Team and then served as Business Administrator since July 1, 2018, will leave his post after almost 20 months. His last day will be February 14, 2020.

During his tenure, McKoy successfully worked to streamline and improve the processes and functioning of city government, bringing his vast corporate and government ...

Murphy Administration Awards $7.8M to County Jails to Support Opioid Addiction Treatment

TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson and Acting Corrections Commissioner Marcus Hicks, in collaboration with Acting Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli, today announced State funding awards totaling $7.8 million to county correctional facilities to provide medication-assisted opioid treatment to individuals with opioid addiction in county jails. The ...