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A New Jersey man charged in the death of his son is due in court. The 21-year-old Paterson resident Tyreek Saunders faces an initial appearance Thursday.
The Passaic Valley Water Commission acknowledged for the first time that two Paterson sites could serve as alternatives to replacing the Stanley Levine Reservoir with huge concrete tanks, although both options come with significant engineering hurdles.
PATERSON - Transit officials identified the individual who was fatally struck by a Main Line train in Paterson Monday afternoon as a 29-year-old Elizabeth man.
The family of a man who was shot in the head and killed by a Paterson police officer two years ago filed a federal wrongful death lawsuit this week against the city seeking $10 million in damages.
Following the lead of the state's two largest cities, Paterson seems on its way to adopting an ordinance that would require all employers within the Silk City to provide their workers with sick time.
City police are investigating a shooting on the Northside late Tuesday night that left a 43-year-old man with a leg wound, said Lt.
Local children entering 4th to 8th grade are putting the final touches on the Morrow Musical Theater Camp production of PETER PAN, JR, director Shona Roebuck announced today.
Prosecutors say Figueroa, 33, kidnapped a former girlfriend in Pennsylvania, raped her at a rest stop in New Jersey, set fire to a car dealership in Paterson then led police on a high-speed chase across the GWB.
PATERSON - A 21-year-old Paterson man has been charged in the death of his infant son, one week after the boy's teenage mother was charged with manslaughter.
As city officials look to dissolve the agency, the MUA's attorney last week produced a 98-page report saying Mayor Jose "Joey" Torres plan to shift its functions to the Paterson Department of Public Works will cost municipal government hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Tyrus Odom-Holly was a 15-year-old eighth grader at the city's Dr. Martin Luther King School when he felt the handcuffs close around his wrists.
Call Me Burroughs: To say that William S. Burroughs lived an interesting life is an understatement in itself.
A Park Avenue house sustained smoke and water damage Monday in a single alarm fire that started in the kitchen, fire officials said.
City education officials fired or gave negative evaluations to 28 teachers at School 6 - one of the worst-performing schools in the state - even though students' test scores improved last year.
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