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Sat, January 19, 1:30 PM

Paterson Library, Paterson

Girls Who Code Orientation


Add to My Calendar 01/19/2019 1:30pm 01/19/2019 3:30pm America/New_York Girls Who Code Orientation

Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit organization leading the movement to inpsire, educate, and equip, girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities. Through Our Summer Immersion Program and Girls Who Code Clubs, we aim to close the gender gap in technology.

Girls Who Code meetings will be held every Monday, 3:30 - 5:30, at the Paterson Public Library starting on ...

2 Market Street Paterson, NJ 07424

Mon, January 21, 8:30 AM

First AME Zion Church , Paterson

MLK, Jr. Day Free Community Day Breakfast

Giving Back

Add to My Calendar 01/21/2019 8:30am 01/21/2019 11:30am America/New_York MLK, Jr. Day Free Community Day Breakfast

Hosted by Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta Mu Lambda Chapter, Paterson and the New Jersey Reentry Corporation.

326 Ellison Street Paterson, NJ

Mon, January 21, 1:00 PM

Masonic Temple, Paterson

United Reentry Services

Law & Justice

Add to My Calendar 01/21/2019 1:00pm 01/21/2019 3:00pm America/New_York United Reentry Services

In commemoration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King the City of Paterson, and several local organizations, are hosting an outreach event for any residents seeking employment, housing, education, or other social services.

224 Broadway Paterson, NJ

Thu, January 24, 6:00 PM

School #26, Paterson

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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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 ...

NJ PBA Says Kean University Has an Unsafe Campus; Kean Says Its One of the Safest in the Country

July 9, 2019

UNION, NJ – Members of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association (PBA) and others attended a rally July 3 to protest the actions of Kean University Director of Public Safety, Mark Farsi, in advance of a hearing for charges against twenty-year veteran officer and PBA representative Alex Perez.

According to the PBA, Perez and three other Kean University police ...

Governor Phil Murphy Signs Linda's Law One Year After Newark Resident Died When Electricity Was Shut Off

NEWARK, NJ - Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation on Friday that will require electric public utility companies to verify which residential customers use electrical life-sustaining equipment. 

The new law is named after Linda Daniels, a 68-year-old Newark grandmother who died after PSE&G disconnected her electricity and her oxygen tank lost power. Today marks one year since her ...

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 ...

On the Anniversary of a Tragedy, Remembering My Son

July 5, 2019

Dear Editor,

The story I am about to tell is both personal and tragic. I weighed my family's privacy against the hope that maybe one life can be saved.

This fourth of July morning will be one year since I found my 20 year old son, Eddie Kobilis face down on the rec room floor. He was gone — and in an instant my family’s life had changed forever. My first words were WHY? WHY? ...

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

July 18, 2019

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 ...

Murphy Administration, St. Joseph's Health Announce First Affordable Rental Development Under Agency's Hospital Housing Partnership Program

PATERSON, NJ  – Today, the Murphy Administration and St. Joseph’s Health unveiled the first project under an innovative state partnership program to promote hospital investment in affordable and supportive housing in their communities, including homes for residents with special needs and experiencing high utilization of emergency services.

"New Jersey is leading the way ...