Herald News: Campaign benefits Paterson youth
HURRICANE IRENE'S rain and wind hit New Jersey very hard in August 2011, and one of the hardest-hit places was Paterson , where floodwaters destroyed all 10,000 books in the city's Northside library branch.
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#1 Mar 19, 2013
Great news for Paterson's children!
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