Ed Rumley and Joe Malinconico February 5, 2021 PATERSON — As New Jersey dug out from a massive winter storm, Willie Davis navigated his way around the mounds of snow on Wednesday to get to his community garden on a Paterson street corner. Davis couldn’t open the gate at first because the snow had packed
By STEVE LENOX PATERSON, NJ - Once again expanding their efforts to provide critical support to Paterson families in need, the New Jersey Community Development Corporation, NJCDC, is launching a program to provide monthly boxes of non-perishable food to 500 families across the city. The boxes of household staples, according to Bob Guarasci, Founder and
Brian LoPintoSpecial to the USA TODAY Network Major League Baseball recently announced that the Negro Leagues will be elevated to Major League status. While this elevation was long overdue, it certainly emphasizes the importance of the African American experience in baseball. Major League Baseball stated: “With this action, MLB seeks to ensure that future generations
Mayor Andre Sayegh was the man in the red suit Thursday at the New Jersey Community Development Corporation's holiday party. Watch the CBS News Clip Here.
By STEVE LENOX PATERSON, NJ - Thousands of Paterson families that otherwise may not have will enjoy Thanksgiving meals in their homes thanks to the generosity of several individuals and organizations across the city. On Tuesday, TAPinto Paterson was on hand at the NJCDC Great Falls Youth Center where cars lined up throughout the day
Joe Malinconico Paterson Press PATERSON — A city-based nonprofit group has gotten $160,000 from a state COVID-19 relief program to provide more than 30 businesses in the Great Falls area with grants of up to $5,000. The businesses will be able to spend the money to cover rent payments or other bills, to buy equipment
By STEVE LENOX PATERSON, NJ – A project previously approved by the Paterson Planning Board that will bring 56 units of affordable housing to several currently vacant lots near St. Joseph's Health won the additional support of the Paterson City Council through their granting of a 30-year PILOT tax abatement Tuesday. Under the agreement the
Joe Malinconico Paterson Press The Paterson Planning Board this week approved construction of a 56-unit apartment building on Barclay Street near St. Joseph’s University Medical Center, the first project in a state effort to provide housing for people with special needs near hospitals. Ten of the apartments would be reserved for “special needs” tenants, a