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El Mexicano abrirá sus puertas para discutir las preocupaciones de la comunidad

PATERSON, NJ - El Restaurante Mexicano abrirá sus puertas a la comunidad el 17 de julio, pero las margaritas y fajitas no serán los únicos elementos en el menú. En su lugar, después de un acuerdo hecho en la reunión del 1 de julio en el Ayuntamiento de Paterson, la reunión será una oportunidad para que los propietarios del restaurante y ...

Opening a Bank Account for College Students

How to choose the best college checking accounts

If you’re a student headed off to college or a parent whose child will be leaving home for the next chapter in their life, you may be thinking about how to best manage money during the next four or more years. College-bound students have their own set of financial needs, so keep these tips in mind when opening a bank account for college ...

Sources: Barchi Will Step Down as Rutgers President in 2020

July 22, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers President Robert Barchi, whose tenure at the 253-year-old school has been marked by unprecedented successes as well as scandals and setbacks, will step down after the 2019-20 school year.

Barchi's pending departure was confirmed to TAPinto New Brunswick by a source familiar with the situation.

The announcement of Barchi's exit gives school officials time ...

Rutgers-Eagleton/FDU Poll: Virtually All Residents Believe Opioid Usage Is a Problem In New Jersey

NEW BRUNSWICK and MADISON, NJ – Nearly 85% of all respondents believe use of prescribed and illegal opioid drugs is a “very” (67%) or “somewhat” (28%) serious problem in New Jersey, according to a joint Rutgers-Eagleton/Fairleigh Dickinson University poll in collaboration with the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy.

Additionally, ...

State Announces Healthy Home Initiative with St. Joseph’s Health & NJCDC

July 12, 2019

Growing evidence shows that healthy communities are a result of more than just quality medical care. In fact, many experts agree that other factors, like poverty and housing, can have a major impact on one's health.

To foster healthier communities in our state, Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver visited Paterson on July 10th to announce an innovative state partnership program that will ...

Paterson Public School Announces New Principal Appointments for 2019-2020 School Year

July 22, 2019

PATERSON – Paterson Public Schools officials announced new principal appointments for the 2019-2020 school year. The assignments were recently approved by the Board of Education.

“We are very fortunate to have a pool of dynamic educational leaders in the Paterson Public Schools,” said School Superintendent Eileen Shafer. “I am confident that these principals will join ...

NJ Sharing Network Launches Campaign to Encourage Organ Donation in New Jersey Multicultural Communities 

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit, federally designated organ procurement organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, today announced #DonationNeedsDiversity, a new initiative to empower multicultural communities to become more involved in saving and healing lives through organ and tissue donation.

“Cities and towns like ...