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

November 29, 2016

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 ...

Paterson City Council

PATERSON, N.J.- City Council members called an emergency meeting on Monday to approve a new communication system to benefit law enforcement.

The meeting was necessary for the council to adopt a resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds or notes in the amount of $1,333,000 for to the Local Finance Board for communication system improvements. A delay in the Council to find a ...

Steven L. Rogers of Nutley Considers Run for Governor

NUTLEY, NJ - Commissioner Steven L. Rogers, director of Nutley public affairs, has confirmed with TAPinto that he is strongly considering a run for New Jersey state governor for the 2017 race.

“I’m very, very seriously considering running for governor,” Rogers said. “A lot of people have been pushing it around. Its humbling, a lot of people are coming to me,” he ...

Oasis in Paterson Hosts Pre-Thanksgiving Celebration Feeding Over 1,000 People

PATERSON, N.J. - Over 1,000 people enjoyed a free Pre-Thanksgiving meal at Oasis in Paterson on Tuesday.

The food was donated by The Market Basket (Franklin Lakes) and local business' and organizations including Unilever (Englewood Cliffs), UPS (Wayne), Temple Sholom (West Essex); St. Joseph’s Healthcare System (Paterson, Wayne, Cedar Grove), William Paterson University ...

LBU Inc. Receives Tax Credit to Move Manufacturing Jobs to Paterson

PATERSON, N.J. - LBU Inc. has announced it will be moving its manufacturing facility and jobs to Paterson, from Passaic, thanks to an approval of tax credits that will keep the company from moving to Pennsylvania. 

LBU Inc. is a manufacturer and designer of a variety of bags established in 1993. The company offers a range of totes and backpacks in many different styles, and fabrics. It ...

Federal Agents Assist City of Paterson in retrieving Emails tied to Investigation

PATERSON -  The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Department of Justice were in Paterson again today, continuing their multiple investigations into the Community Development Department and the city's use of federal grant money.

Investigators were invited to 125 Ellison St., according to law director Domenick Stampone, to retrieve emails requested by ...

Montclair State Students March on Campus

LITTLE FALLS, N.J. - A peaceful protest is underway at Montclair State University as Police escorted a group of about 100 students across campus.

Montclair State has joined the dozens of campuses across the country in protesting what they call an unfair election. Many Montclair State students held signs that read "not my president", "stop the hate",, "black lives ...

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JCP&L Conducting Thermovision Inspections to Help Enhance Customer Service Reliability

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) is conducting thermovision inspections on 355 distribution circuits across northern and central New Jersey.  

JCP&L employees use thermographic cameras to detect potential problems on wires and other electrical equipment that cannot be observed during regular visual inspections.  The high-tech cameras are used to capture infrared ...

The Mayor's Roundtable November Edition

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Mayor's Round Table is a monthly show hosted by Dr. Donald DeFabio, who sits with Mayor Robert Woodruff to talk about current issues that affect the township as well as answer questions submitted by citizens. 

Included in this episode are discussions regarding the next step to creating a Peppertown Park committee; Board of Education ...