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2014/09/17 22:24
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PATERSON — The wife of Jose “Joey” Torres has taken the improvement district position that he gave up earlier this summer after regaining the mayor’s job. Torres had been paid $36,000 per year in his...
2014/09/17 22:24
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2014/09/17 14:21
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VIOREL FLORESCU /STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER PATERSON – Despite opposition from a small contingent of merchants, the City Council has adopted a new municipal law that requires most businesses in 15 designated...
2014/09/17 12:21
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PATERSON – By a one-vote margin, the City Council has approved Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres’ plan to borrow $35 million dollars to repair 170 Paterson roads during the next three years. The initiative...
2014/09/16 23:21
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State Sen. Kevin O’Toole on Tuesday joined a rising chorus of opposition to the Garret Mountain reservoir project, calling on the Passaic Valley Water Commission to “immediately” stop all work and...
2014/09/16 20:21
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PATERSON — In an effort to generate money for Paterson's youth programs and playgrounds, Mayor Jose "Joey" Torres says he wants to create a new city recreation commission. Among the powers of the...
2014/09/13 06:21
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The Passaic Valley Water Commission plans to hold a second public meeting Monday night to explain its plan to drain three reservoirs on Garret Mountain, and for the first time, elected officials are...
2014/09/11 21:21
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New Jersey awarded tax breaks worth more than $64 million Thursday to help two North Jersey manufacturers - from Paterson and Northvale - expand and add jobs in the state, rather than move just north...
2014/09/11 06:02
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When a Mexican drug cartel took a U.S. citizen hostage for a cocaine debt two years ago, it demanded his family deliver $140,000 in ransom to QT Maternity, a wholesaler selling pastel tank tops and...
2014/09/11 01:15
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NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — New Jersey’s three largest cities are not located next to each other, but on Wednesday, their mayors showed just how eager they are to help each other fight their common problem —...
2014/09/10 20:21
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PATERSON — State officials on Wednesday signed off on Mayor Jose "Joey" Torres' plan to borrow $35 million to repair 170 municipal roads, but the proposal is coming under increasing scrutiny from the...
2014/09/09 19:21
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PATERSON - City officials are taking another crack at creating a special police, an initiative that has stalled several times in the past three years. Acting Police Director Jerry Speziale said he...
2014/09/08 21:21
2014/09/08 21:21
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PATERSON — The city’s after-school and summer recreation programs, which provide services to thousands of Paterson youths, may lose $440,000 in funding for the current year. Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres’...
2014/09/05 18:21
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PATERSON – In the face of adversity, members of Paterson’s Iglesia Baptista Central congregation gathered Thursday night in an effort to rebuild their church, which was destroyed after a fire last...
2014/09/04 21:21
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PATERSON – City officials want to rescind more than $800,000 in grants awarded earlier this year to 12 different nonprofit groups for various community programs and instead will earmark the money...
2014/09/02 17:21
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Photo provided by Friends of Hinchliffe Stadium PATERSON – For the first time in six decades, race cars will be rolling through Hinchliffe Stadium later this month. But don’t expect any speed...
2014/08/28 23:21
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Mitsu Yasukawa/ Staff Photographer PATERSON — Services at Iglesia Bautista Central started at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays, so Pastor Jose Luis Castro came just before 6 p.m. to turn on air conditioning. He...
2014/08/27 15:23
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PATERSON – David Gonzalez sees the dangers of staying open late at night from a perspective that most other city merchants cannot understand. Almost two years ago, Gonzalez was working in his...
2014/08/26 21:21
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PATERSON — Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres announced on Tuesday that he has vetoed an ordinance adopted last week that would force certain businesses in high-crime areas to close by midnight. Instead, the...
2014/08/25 21:21
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File/ CHRIS PEDOTA/staff photographer PATERSON — Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres wants to earmark about $1 million in unused federal housing funds for a program to provide apartments for homeless...
2014/08/25 19:21
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PATERSON — Here are some of the numbers that leave Patersonians feeling outraged and frightened: the city had 1,513 violent crimes in 2013, including 18 homicides, 845 robberies and 625 aggravated...
2014/09/17 22:24
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