Tiempo: Pepsico announces national campaign to help Latina small business owners

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- On this week's episode of Tiempo, there's some orgullo Latino to share. Several Latino students from the International High School in Paterson, New Jersey are heading to elite colleges this fall. Harvard, Johns Hopkins University, and Penn State are just a few of the schools that accepted the academic scholars.

Paterson Hosts Touch-A-Truck Event To Support Autism Awareness

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE PATERSON, NJ – Mayor Andre Sayegh joined the Paterson Fire and Police Departments for their annual Touch-A-Truck event in support of Autism Awareness on Saturday. Families were invited to attend the free event and enjoy food, ice cream, live entertainment, and a rock-climbing wall. “We’re not only raising awareness of autism,” Sayegh

Paterson Celebrates Earth Day With Electric Vehicle Funding And Flag Raising

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE PATERSON, NJ – Paterson officials joined President of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) Joseph Fiordaliso, on Friday to celebrate Earth Day with a funding announcement for electric vehicles and a flag raising ceremony. Paterson has taken a major step in its sustainable initiatives, including with an investment in 35

Paterson Recognizes Municipal Employees’ Commitment with Premium Pay and Luncheon

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE Mayor Andre Sayegh, Business Administrator Kathleen Long and Paterson City Council President Maritza Davila announced on Thursday that about 1,300 Paterson municipal employees will receive a second round of premium pay on April 22. Employees who worked in person during the height of the pandemic from March 17, 2020, to February 1,

The Stages Festival Presents Paterson Performing Arts Development Council’s Virtual Performance Of BROWN, BLACK AND BLUES

by A.A. Cristi New Jersey Theatre Alliance presents Affiliate Member the Paterson Performing Arts Development Council's virtual performance of Brown, Black and Blues on May 22, 2022 at 5PM. This event is part of NJTA's The Stages Festival, the state's largest annual theatre festival, which provides free and discounted theatre events for all ages throughout

Historic Paterson baseball field transforming into ‘Field of Dreams’

by: Andrew Ramos PATERSON, N.J. (PIX11) — At one point, Paterson’s Hinchliffe Stadium was condemned as an eyesore. Now, it’s making a comeback. Gov. Phil Murphy called it The Garden State’s own “Field of Dreams.” That is starting to materialize, Mayor Andre Sayegh said, thanks to a $93 million restoration project. A year after the

Paterson Recognized For Exceptional Use Of Data To improve Residents’ Lives

Paterson one of only 55 cities in the U.S. to achieve What Works Cities Certification By GABRIELLA DRAGONE PATERSON, NJ - The City of Paterson has announced that it has achieved What Works Cities Certification in recognition of its exceptional use of data to guide decision-making and improve residents’ lives. What Works Cities Certification -

Another Paterson Resident Feels Less Stress Thanks To Guaranteed Income Program

By GABRIELLA DRAGONE PATERSON, NJ – As the guaranteed income initiative nears the end of its one-year pilot program, Paterson residents and families who have been fortunate enough to have been chosen to receive it continues to share the advantages and benefits they have experienced with the money. When Mayor Andre Sayegh first announced his

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