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Paterson School Official Resigns Due to Lacking Credentials

December 1, 2016

PATERSON, N.J.- School official resigns after lacking credentials to complete the $148,000 per year position. 

Adriane Esquilin quit as the school district’s human resources director two weeks ago, Board of Education President Christopher Irving said. 

School board members voiced their concerns to Superintendent Donnie Evans that they did not think Esquilin was the right ...

Paterson Council Meeting: PAL Director Honored, Police to Utilize Dept of Defense Equipment

PATERSON, N.J.- In the last council meeting before Thanksgiving last Tuesday, Agostino Feola was recognized and awarded for his 25 years of service with Paterson's youth.

Feola has been the director of the Paterson Police Athletic League (PAL) for the last 25 years.

The PAL's goal is to teach and guide the children of Paterson find their way off the streets and to succeed ...

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$1 Million Raised for RU in One Day

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - On November 29, more than 6,400 people made gifts totaling more than $1 million to  Rutgers during the second-annual Rutgers Giving Day. Although final numbers are still being tallied, the number of donors surpassed last year’s total and exceeded this year’s goal by 29 percent.

“Rutgers alumni, staff, faculty, parents, students and friends ...

Tamaques Elementary Launches New 'Makerspace' Initiative

With the objective of fostering students' critical thinking, imagination and creativity, Westfield Public School librarian Christine Pitarresi has spearheaded a new program at Tamaques Elementary, called "Makerspace." Observing current trends and needs for growing minds, Ms. Pitarresi enthusiastically noted, "We used to be a society of makers, now we are ...