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PASSAIC - A homeless man was arrested Friday after he allegedly beat and robbed another man in a fast-food restaurant, authorities said.
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PATERSON A group of Paterson children are learning a different way to see life through the lens of a camera.
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According to Sheriff Richard Berdnik, each of the 11 women solicited an undercover detective for for sex while working in areas along Van Houten Street and Broadway.
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Paterson resident Cynthia Bascope was charged with selling counterfeit merchandise out of a former meat store on Crooks Avenue.
The 2013 Downtown Paterson Sidewalk Sale Days are slated to begin on June 1st and continue through the end of the summer .
A New Jersey ex-convict behind the wheel of a van that overturned on an Illinois freeway, killing five passengers returning from a California ministry gathering, had his driving privileges suspended last year for administrative reasons, motor vehicle records show.
PATERSON - Two 18-year-old women were robbed at gunpoint at 4:30 pm on Thursday while they were walking near the corner of Albion Avenue and Henry Street, according to police.
PATERSON - An illegal immigrant is being held on $50,000 bail after authorities discovered he fraudulently obtained a driver's license.
North American Partners in Anesthesia , a specialty anesthesia and perioperative management company has announced New Jersey Anesthesia Group has joined NAPA.
PATERSON - Gov. Chris Christie received the endorsement of the Democratic council president of Paterson today in a move that is likely to give Christie a small boost in a city where he received only 11 percent of the vote in 2009.
Jubilant residents of South Paterson, N.J. - aka "Little Ramallah" - raised a Palestinian flag at City Hall this weekend, reportedly the first time the flag has flown over an American city.
It sounds like something from a "CSI" episode, but it's not fiction. And though the story has no link to the area The Observer covers, you never know.
"When Paterson residents continue to be overburdened by exorbitant taxes, crime and gun violence, an influx of drugs and users in our communities, dilapidated schools and diminishing school funding, the Governor making a second visit to use Paterson as a platform for political posturing or finger-pointing is an insult.
PATERSON - Georgios Spyropoulos, the man accused in a plot to have the owner of the famed Tick Tock Diner tortured, robbed and killed last month, walked out of the Passaic County Jail this afternoon after posting bail, officials said.