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News 12 NJ: Paterson Police celebrate graduation of cadets for Junior Police Academy

June 4, 2022   The Paterson Police Department celebrated the graduation of the cadets for the Paterson Junior Police Academy. This year also marked the five-year anniversary of the "Cop Adopt a Kid" program. The program gives a mentor to each child by supporting, advising and guiding the kids to help create a better relationship

WABC: Paterson man honored with keys to the city after rescuing neighbors from their burning home

By Crystal Cranmore June 2, 2022   PATERSON, New Jersey (WABC) -- A man received the keys to the city of Paterson for his heroic actions that saved his neighbors. Rahshon Dixon rescued his neighbors from their Rosa Parks Boulevard home in Paterson after the home burst into flames back in April. "There was no

TAP Into Paterson – Sayegh Launches Newsletter: Paterson Perseveres

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE May 31, 2022    PATERSON, NJ – Mayor Andre Sayegh released the first issue of Paterson Perseveres, a newsletter that provides several resources for residents as well as an overview of the work the Sayegh Administration, in collaboration with other partners on the local, state, and federal level, have accomplished. Located on

TAP Into Paterson: Mayor Sayegh Presents Key To The City To Long Time School Principal Felisa Van Liew

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE May 25, 2022    PATERSON, NJ – Mayor Andre Sayegh joined Paterson Public Schools Superintendent Eileen Shafer and other city and state officials to present Felisa Van Liew, Principal of Public School No. 2, with Paterson's Key to the City on Tuesday, the highest honor bestowed to individuals for their dedication and support to

Palestine Way: Paterson celebrates street renaming in tribute to community

Article originally appeared on Paterson Press. BY Hannan Adely and Rebecca King May 15, 2022   PATERSON — The South Paterson neighborhood is home to stores, restaurants and offices with Palestinian flags and images of Jerusalem hanging on walls. Everywhere, signs of the Palestinian homeland are emblazoned on property names, from Jerusalem Pharmacy to Nablus Sweets to Palestine

Paterson Press: Paterson adds a new recreation center on its American Rescue Plan list

BY Joe Malinconico September 29, 2021   PATERSON — Mayor Andre Sayegh says a new city recreation center should be part of Paterson’s spending plan for its $63.7 million allocation from the federal government's American Rescue Plan COVID-19 recovery program. Sayegh announced that proposal during a virtual town hall meeting Monday night as he outlined

NorthJersey.com: Mommies Heart to Heart holds fundraiser in Paterson to cheer and aid Afghan children

BY Jim Beckerman September 27, 2021   "Welcome" is a lovely word. From the Old English "wilcuma": a person whose coming is pleasing. Not necessarily the English word — or sentiment — an Afghan refugee first learns on arriving in the United States. "Teaching Our Children How to Welcome Afghan Refugees," an event held in Paterson on Sunday, was developed

News 12 The Bronx: Paterson celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with music, performances at City Hall

September 15, 2021   The city of Paterson kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations outside City Hall Wednesday with music and performances by Latino artists. Food trucks were brought in to help honor the city's Hispanic and Latino heritage as well with free lunches for employees. Mayor Andre Sayegh said Hispanics are the largest demographic

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