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Thu, January 24, 6:00 PM

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Operation CeaseFire NJ Listening Tour

Police & Fire

Add to My Calendar 01/24/2019 6:00pm 01/24/2019 7:00pm America/New_York Operation CeaseFire NJ Listening Tour

Hosted by Councilman Bill McKoy, this is the third of Operation CeaseFire's Listening Tour.

Invited Guests include Mayor Andre Sayegh, Police Director Jerry Speziale, and Police Chief Troy Oswald.

1 East 32nd Street Paterson , NJ

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We Answer Your Questions about Mortgage Refinancing

Helping you understand how mortgage refinancing works

While there are a number of reasons you might be looking into mortgage refinancing, from lowering your payment to using equity to make repairs to your home, you likely have questions about whether it’s right for you and how the process can affect you financially.

Knowing whether you should move forward with refinancing depends on ...

Despite Desire to Get Back in Classrooms, Schools Just Aren't Ready, Union Leaders Say

August 12, 2020

As the summer begins to wind down, we continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects. For the last several weeks, all stakeholders have spent countless hours thinking about, debating and determining how to execute a reopening plan for our respective school districts. However, this plan must be about more than just reopening the buildings; it must consider the most efficient way to ...

Mother, Teacher Lives in Fear of COVID-19

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 ...

Thousands of New Jerseyans Refusing to Cooperate with Contact Tracers

August 14, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – About 1 in 5 New Jersey residents don’t take the call when contacted by one of the state’s COVID-19 contact tracers.

And about half of those who do answer refuse to cooperate.

That was the disturbing news delivered by an obviously chafed Gov. Phil Murphy at his COVID-19 briefing Friday.

Murphy and State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli have continually ...

NJ Supreme Court Upholds Murphy's $10 Billion Borrowing Plan

TRENTON, NJ -- The New Jersey Supreme Court rendered a unanimous decision on Wednesday in favor of Gov. Murphy’s plan to borrow nearly $10 billion to cover anticipated revenue shortfalls caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision allows the state to take on about $9.9 billion in new debt through next June, if borrowing requests are approved by a four-person panel of ...

PSE&G Gas Project Continues in Paterson

August 10, 2020

PATERSON, NJ - PSE&G has announced that over the next two weeks work crews will be replacing gas mains on: 

E. 18th Street near 17th Ave
Market Street near E. 18th Ave

This work coincides with the utility’s city-wide effort to make gas delivery to local homes and businesses safer, cleaner and more efficient. While residents and businesses may experience temporary road ...

Are You In Church Leadership or Want to Be?

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 ...