Paterson Raises Peruvian Flag In Celebration Of The Country’s 201 Years Of Independence

Mayor Sayegh posthumously honored Peruvian leader Nelly Celi for her 30+ years of dedication to the City of Paterson community. By Gabriella Dragone PATERSON, NJ – On Thursday, Mayor Andre Sayegh, the Peruvian Parade, Inc. and the Paterson City Council raised the Peruvian flag outside Paterson City Hall to celebrate the nation’s independence from Spain.

Paterson teams up with Passaic County to tackle quality-of-life issues

by Andrew Ramos PATERSON, NJ (PIX11) — Passaic County is now lending a helping hand to one of New Jersey’s largest cities; Starting this week, officers with the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office will hit the streets in Paterson. They’ll help officials address quality-of-life matters that have plagued residents for years. Loud motorbikes and loud music

Great Falls park in Paterson readies for $7.9M expansion, river walk

by Joe Malonconico PATERSON — Construction will start soon on the next major development in the Great Falls national park, a $7.9 million project that would let visitors stroll among factory ruins highlighting Paterson’s role in the Industrial Revolution. The project would expand the national park by 2.5 acres, extending from the current Overlook section

Paterson high schools launching new virtual education program with PCCC

by Joe Malinconico PATERSON — Three city high schools are getting what officials call “high-tech classrooms” to allow students to take virtual courses at Passaic County Community College. The dual-enrollment classes will begin in September at Paterson’s John F. Kennedy, Eastside and Panther high schools, officials said. One classroom at each high school will be

Paterson to Benefit from Part of $6.5 Million in EPA Brownfields-Specific Funding Going to New Jersey Communities

Contact Information John Senn ( 212-637-3662 NEW YORK – Paterson, N.J. will benefit from the more than $250 million in funding recently awarded across the country to 265 communities. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regional Administrator Lisa F. Garcia was joined today by U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell, Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh and New Jersey Economic

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