One-third of Paterson’s Police Force to be Laid Off

By Jerry Henry

Paterson City officials say the layoff notices will go out as early as Monday and will take affect April 1stRead more of this post


Public Workers to Rally in Trenton on Friday

By Zachary Fink

New Jersey public workers are gearing up for contentious contract negotiations with the Christie administration.  Read more of this post

Major Drug Bust in Camden

By Dari Mandell

Law enforcement officials united to announce the first major drug bust in Camden since nearly half the police force was laid off last month.  Read more of this post

Study Links Heavy Rainfall to Greenhouse Gases

By Ed Rodgers

The question climate researchers are often asked after a flood or some other extreme weather event is if global warming contributed to the intensity of Read more of this post

Newark Public Schools May Consolidate to Make Room for Charter Schools

By Desiree Taylor

Tensions flared at last night’s Newark School Advisory Board meeting as residents waited two hours to learn more about the proposed changes.  Read more of this post

Comic Book Class Gets High Marks from Students

By Briana Vannozzi

Fifth grade students at School 21 in Paterson are learning the ins and outs of creating comic strips.  Read more of this post