Friday, July 23, 2021

Morris County Honors JBWS on 45th Anniversary

MORRIS COUNTY — Morris County honored JBWS for 45 years of service in combating domestic violence and aiding survivors of abuse during an anniversary dinner hosted by the organization in Florham Park. JBWS, founded in 1976 as a hotline by a small group of domestic...

Robert J. Carroll Formally Sworn In As Morris County Prosecutor

MORRIS COUNTY — Robert J. Carroll, appointed in October by Governor Phil Murphy to serve as acting prosecutor in Morris County, was formally sworn into the job on July 9 during a Morristown ceremony after his nomination to the post was cleared last week...

CCM Builds Upon Its Mission as the Community’s College

MORRIS COUNTY — Coming through the other side of the pandemic, the County College of Morris is poised to continue changing lives and strengthening communities with more momentum than ever. As the community’s college, CCM’s strong student success rates and innovative career-focused programs provide...

Morris County Renters and Landlords: Rental Aid is Still Available

MORRIS COUNTY — Morris County announced that federal rental assistance remains available to qualified families and can assist landlords, as Legal Services of New Jersey additionally warned renters not to ignore court notices related to the settlement of eviction actions. The announcements come as New...

Rep. Sherrill Announces 2021 Congressional App Challenge Launch

PARSIPPANY — Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) announced today that her office is hosting its third annual Congressional App Challenge (CAC) for students in New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District, and the registration portal is now open. “Each year the participants in the Congressional App Challenge blow...

Morris County Regional COVID-19 Vaccination Center Administers Last Vaccination Dose

MORRIS COUNTY — Morris County and Atlantic Health System delivered the last inoculation today at the Morris County Regional COVID-19 Vaccination Center, while the Morris County COVID-19 Testing facility operated with Vault Health at the County College of Morris also close operations on Friday,...

MCRC Launches Initiative to Get School Board Candidates Who Will Oppose the Radical Left Ideology

MORRIS COUNTY — The Morris County Republican Committee has launched a website to recruit and support candidates for local Board of Election campaigns, according to MCRC Chair Laura Ali. The site, titled: MorrisCountyFirst.com, was launched to counter the influence of extreme liberal “woke” activists who...

Parsippany Board of Education: There is No Agreement

PARSIPPANY — The back and forth between Parsippany's Municipal Government and its Board of Education continues regarding the ongoing debate concerning Parsippany's SRO and Security positions for the school district. After Parsippany's Mayor and Council issued a press release stating that they propose keeping...

Township Council Issues Statement Regarding School Resource Officers

PARSIPPANY — Regarding the July 12, 2021 press release by the Parsippany Township Mayor and Administration concerning our counter-proposal to the Board of Education on the School Resource Program, it was not the Township Council's intent to have the details of the proposal released...

Vrajdham New Jersey Holds a Ratha Yatra Festival of Chariots

PARSIPPANY — Vrajdham New Jersey held its first annual Ratha Yatra Festival of Chariots on Sunday, July 11. The Ratha Yatra celebration included a chariot, pulled by people with ropes, that went from the Veaj Temple on Littleton Road to the Parsippany PAL Youth Center,...

Township Offers Response to Board of Education for School Resource Program

PARSIPPANY — Mayor Michael Soriano and the Township Council - Michael dePierro, Loretta Gragnani, Paul Carifi, Jr., Janice McCarthy, and Emily Peterson - provided a proposal response to the Parsippany-Troy Hills Board of Education today, addressing funding for the School Resource & Special Law...

Police Chief Miller Endorses Michael Soriano For Mayor

PARSIPPANY — Police Chief Miller, who spent 30 years in the Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Department, endorsed Mayor Michael Soriano for a second term as Mayor of Parsippany-Troy Hills Township. “Mayor Soriano began his first term with a clear vision and commitment to providing Parsippany the...

JLL Brokers $46 Million Sale of Wegmans-Anchored Retail Center

HANOVER — JLL Capital Markets has brokered the $46 million sale of a 133,276-square-foot shopping center and two nearby restaurants located in Hanover and Parsippany. Jose Cruz, Kevin O’Hearn, Michael Oliver, Steve Simonelli, J.B. Bruno, and Nicholas Stefans of JLL represented the seller, Mack-Cali Realty...

Parsippany PAL Welcomes Pro Football Stars to Youth Skills Camp

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany PAL has partnered with AMPT Camps for the 1st Annual "Big Stars, Bright Lights" Football Skills Camp, featuring some of the biggest names in pro football. Come experience AMPT's elite exclusive guest coaches, on July 13 and 14. Campers will have the...

Explore the Secret Nightlife of Bats

PARSIPPANY — Explore the secret nightlife of NJ bats!  Rutgers Wildlife Conservation and Management Program will hold a walk and presentation to explore the secret nightlife of NJ bats! This event will take place on Friday, July 16 starting at 7:30 p.m. (Rain date July...

Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany Welcomes New Member: Gary Martin

PARSIPPANY — Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany welcomed new member Gary Martin and its weekly meeting held at Fuddruckers. Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany President Laura Wohland welcomed new member Gary Martin during its weekly meeting on Thursday, July 8 at Fuddruckers.  Gary was sponsored...

Summer Concerts Return to Parsippany

PARSIPPANY — After a year of canceled and postponed events, The Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills is pleased to announce the return of summer concerts at Veterans Park. While there will only be two performances this year, the Township is excited to bring back this staple...

West Hanover Avenue will be Milled and Paved; Detours and Delays

PARSIPPANY — Starting Monday, July 12, West Hanover Avenue will be milled and paved on weekdays between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Detours will be posted and delays are expected.  Please plan an alternate route. When Milling and Paving the East Bound...

Where is Soriano’s Budget?

PARSIPPANY — One of the most important responsibilities of the Mayor of the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills is to submit an annual budget to the Council. This typically occurs each year in late winter or early spring. So far this year, Mayor Michael Soriano has been derelict...

Students Honored by the Woman’s Club of Parsippany-Troy Hills

PARSIPPANY — It’s the 66th year the club has given students end-of-year awards. The club started the 8th-grade citizenship awards in 1955, just a year after the club was founded. This was followed by scholarships a few years later and finally the reading awards. Reading awards...