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Answers to Your Top Questions About Consolidating Debt

Find out if a debt consolidation loan is right for you

Debt. Sometimes it’s used to get what we want—a new car, a house. And sometimes it’s used to pay for what we have to—medical bills, home or auto repairs. No matter how it’s used, debt has become part of the fabric of our financial lives. Today, the average American owes about ...

Mother, Teacher Lives in Fear of COVID-19

August 7, 2020

I’m a black single mother of two children. I have a 9-year-old daughter, who is amazing, and a 6-year-old autistic son, who is equally as amazing. I am also a proud and very involved special education resource teacher in the Paterson School District who lives in fear of COVID-19. 

Teaching has been my passion for as long as I can remember.  Before March 17, my days consisted of ...

Schools Reopening Plan Not Enough to Keep Students, Teachers Safe

There is an old saying, "Don't learn safety by accident."  As we debate the return to in-person instruction the one thing we don’t want is to compromise the health and safety of those in school. If you haven’t already, I urge all stakeholders and those worried about whether their child is going to contract the virus to do so. The Paterson Education Association ...

Murphy Re-Tightens Restrictions on Indoor Gatherings As Transmission Rate Trends Up 

August 3, 2020

CAMDEN, NJ — With New Jersey’s rate of transmission (Rt) nearly doubling in a month - from 0.87 in early July to 1.48 currently — Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday that he will again tighten caps on indoor gatherings.

“We believe that some of this increase is attributable to the number of indoor house parties and other events which we have been seeing across the ...

Murphy to Partiers: ‘This Is No Time to Be Vying for Induction into the Knucklehead Hall of Fame’

TRENTON, NJ – Gov. Murphy again condemned crowded house parties, which he says are causing the number of new COVID-19 cases to rise in the state during his COVID-19 press briefing on Wednesday.

He said that over the past four months, New Jersey residents have “crushed the curve,” but was disappointed that over the past four days, there have been roughly 2,000 new positive ...

Are You In Church Leadership or Want to Be?

August 5, 2020

NEWARK, NJ - Pillar College announces the launch of the David E. Schroeder Biblical Studies Scholarship.

Named after Pillar College President, Dr. David E. Schroeder (and Pastor for over 24 years), the scholarship provides eligible students enrolling in the Biblical Studies BA degree major an opportunity to receive up to $15,000 per year and pay no more than $7500 per year*. “We are a ...

Bergen New Bridge Medical Center Opens Community Healthcare Center in Paterson

PARAMUS, NJ – On August 3, Bergen New Bridge Medical Center will open its first satellite location, Bergen New Bridge Health at Barnert, located at 680 Broadway, Paterson.

“We have a unique and exciting opportunity to expand our ambulatory care center offerings and to make convenient, quality health care more accessible to North Jersey residents,” said Deborah Visconi, ...