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Ramapo College Receives Grant for Students to Study and Research Climate Change Issues

MAHWAH, N.J. — Ramapo College of New Jersey students in 2022 will have an opportunity to get hands-on specialized experience on climate change issues thanks to support from a private grantor. The grant for Teaching, Research & Action to Combat Climate Change will provide the means for four Ramapo students to work and study at

Paterson, N.J. Teams With Local Pharmacy To Bring Mobile Testing Unit To Front Of City Hall

By CBSNewYork Team PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Paterson took steps Sunday to fight the rise in COVID-19 cases. The city teamed up with a local pharmacy to put a mobile testing unit in front of City Hall. They also handed out 5,000 KN-95 masks to any residents who needed one. “Our daily infection rate has

Paterson mourns civil rights activist Russell Graddy, a ‘trailblazer’ and a ‘legend’

John Connolly and Joe MalinconicoNorthJersey.com and Paterson Press The Silk City has lost an icon. Civil rights activist Russell Graddy, who owned Mr. G's diner at 10th Avenue and East 18th Street in Paterson, has died at age 90. He "succumbed to a history of coronary ailments," his daughter Sharon posted on Facebook, thanking the

AT&T Contributes More than $20,000 to Help New Jersey Organizations Tackle Food Insecurity

BEDMINSTER, NJ AT&T contributed more than $20,000 to three New Jersey organizations to help families in Paterson and Somerset County who are dealing with food insecurity. “Food insecurity is a problem in many places, and it’s been exacerbated by the pandemic and disasters like Tropical Storm Ida. Our contributions to these organizations will enable them

Sayegh, Pascrell Unveil Plans to Establish Crime Gun Intelligence Program

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE PATERSON, NJ – Mayor Andre Sayegh was joined by Congressman Bill Pascrell Jr. and first responders on Wednesday to unveil plans to establish a Crime Gun Intelligence Center in Paterson. The federally funded center will help the Paterson Police Department prevent and combat gun violence in Paterson and the surrounding area, according

Changing Lives in Paterson: University educates and empowers Paterson youth and young adults to make healthy life choices

A dozen teen girls are gathered in small groups in a conference room at Oasis – A Haven for Women and Girls, a nonprofit located in the heart of Paterson, on a recent Monday afternoon. Wheatherly Almonte ’20 breaks the chatter with, “Today’s topic is social media, social norms and peer pressure.” She has their

Paterson receives $700K federal grant for crime gun center amid spike in shootings

Joe Malinconico Paterson Press PATERSON — As a result of the city’s spike in shootings, the Paterson police department is getting a $700,000 federal grant for an intelligence center geared toward tracking guns used in crimes and identifying shooters. Other cities that got the grants this year from the United States Justice Department were Charlotte,

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