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Happy Mother’s Day

As we all know that mother is precious gift to us. Mostly Mother day is celebrated on second week of May. It is a modern celebration day to honor mothers and motherhood for their contribution to their families. Therefore the children celebrate mothers day with  special gifts, flowers, greeting cards, candies.

It is celebrated on various days mostly we seen in March and May. Firstly Mother Day has been started in 20th century in United States, mainly it celebrates because of two omens, Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis. Make your  sweet mothers happy by greeting them. So we are providing some Mother Day wishes to greet you mom in different ways.

You can pick up the best Mothers Day Wishes and Latest Mothers Day Wishes what you feel about your mom in your heart. These messages are speechless words which are very apt to the thoughts.

Don’t do this on Facebook for Mother’s Day

Police are urging mothers not to share too much information about their families on Facebook because it could lead to child identity theft, a crime that has been on the rise across the country. The warning comes as a Mother’s Day trend sweeps across the social media site in which moms have been posting their children’s…

Poll: Would you vote for Christie for governor today?

TRENTON — November 2013 was a good time to be Chris Christie. Running for a second term, the Republican New Jersey governor was bolstered by booming poll numbers, the endorsements of Democratic officials across the state, and the fact that his opponent, then-state Sen. Barbara Buono (D-Middlesex) was relatively unknown and didn’t run a very good…

Jerry Seinfeld, Dionne Warwick among big stars in NJPAC’s 2015-16 season schedule

The New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s 2015-2016 season is its biggest yet. Today the Newark venue announced its coming lineup, which boasts 120 shows, with many more to come. “We kind of leave it to the customer to decide who the main acts are for them,” says NJPAC CEO John Schreiber. Yet some names do immediately…

What are the chances of Atlantic City going bankrupt?

ATLANTIC CITY — The odds these day don’t look all that good for Atlantic City. It’s not just that four casinos have closed. The city has a $100 million gap in its budget and tax appeals by at least five casino properties could dig that hole even deeper. Atlantic City’s property values have dropped by two-thirds…

Teens in stolen car lead cops on high speed chase in Parsippany

PARSIPPANY – Two teenage runaways in a stolen car from Pennsylvania face charges after authorities say the pair led police on a high-speed pursuit on Route 80 early Saturday morning. The chase started shortly before 3 a.m., when a state trooper spotted a white Dodge Caravan that had been reported stolen several hours earlier by authorities…

Kiwanis Club participates in “Staples Small Business Showcase”

PARSIPPANY — The Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany had a display table at “Staples Small Business Showcase” on Saturday, May 9.

The Kiwanis Club provided membership information as well as flyers for their upcoming events to the customers of Staples.

The Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany is hosting a Touch-A-Truck on Saturday, June 20, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at 1719 Route 10 East, Parsippany. Kids…your chance to climb on and explore fire engines, construction vehicles, army trucks, police cars and more.

Face painting, a Flying Drone, Music, Food provided by Shop Rite (for a small fee) and so much more! Goody bags for all children attending.

Admission is $5.00 per person, or a maximum of $20.00 per family.

For more details visit www.parsippanykiwanis.org.

Staples Small Business Showcase is a program offered by the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce to it’s membership.

Any Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce member interested in participating in this program, please contact Frank Cahill, Executive Board Member, at (973) 402-6400.

 

Police Unity Tour … and they’re off

PARSIPPANY — The Police Unity Tour 2015 started at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 9 in East Hanover and is heading to Washington D.C.,

Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Chief Paul Philipps received some donations from several local businesses, organizations and invididuals to support his goals. Members of the Police Unity Tour, Chapter 1 will ride approximately 300 miles in the four days.

The schedule of the Police Unity Tour:

Saturday, May 9 – Police Unity Tour Send Off: Target / Ramada Inn, Route 10 West, East Hanover
Tuesday, May 12 – Police Unity Tour Arrival Ceremony, 2:00 p.m. National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, E Street between 4th & 5th Street, NW Washington D.C.

Wednesday, May 13 – 26th Annual Candlelight Vigil – National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, 8:00 p.m. E Street between 4th & 5th St, NW Washington D.C.

Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Chief Paul Philipps is riding in memory of Officer Justin Wayne McGrory,
California Highway Patrol. Officer Justin McGrory was struck and killed by a drunk driver while conducting a field sobriety test on I-15 in Barstow at 3:38 a.m., on Sunday, June 27, 2010.

He and his partner had stopped a suspected drunk driver and were administering the tests when he was struck. His partner was not injured. The drunk driver who struck him stopped a short distance away. He was arrested and charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence of marijuana.

On June 24, 2012, the suspect was acquitted after his trial resulted in a hung jury.

Officer McGrory had served with the California Highway Patrol for almost three years. He is survived by his expected wife and three small children. His fourth child, a daughter, was born on July 20, 2010.

Membership to Police Unity Tour is open to all full or part time law enforcement officers, whether active or retired. Civilians 18 years of age or older, who are employed or affiliated with law enforcement agencies and related organizations or possess specific training or skills required to safely and effectively assist the organization may apply. These requirements include, but are not limited to: dispatchers, first aid personnel, doctors, nurses, lawyers, mechanics (automobile and bicycle) and members of organizations such as the Concerns of Police Survivors, Domestic Violence Response Teams.

In May 1997 the Police Unity Tour, Chapter 1, was organized, by Officer Patrick P. Montuore of the Florham Park Police Department, with the hope of bringing public awareness of Police Officers who have died in the line of duty and to honor their sacrifices. What started with 18 riders on a four day fund-raising bicycle ride from Florham Park to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. Has grown into nine Chapters consisting of over 1,800 members nationwide who make the trip annually.

As the original / founding chapter of the Police Unity Tour, Chapter 1 is still based in Florham Park where Pat Montuore now serves as the Chief of Police.

Although based in New Jersey they welcome members from all other states as well as other countries. In addition to having members represent over 40 states they had members from Australia, England, Israel, Italy, India and Canada.

They are proud to be part of the many accomplishments of the Police Unity Tour in 2014 they were able to donate over 1.9 Million Dollars to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, bringing our total donations to nearly 16 Million Dollars.

Valley National Bank Hosted Free Identity Theft Prevention Event

PARSIPPANY — Valley National Bank hosted an Identity Theft Awareness Event on Saturday, May 9, at the Parsippany branch, located at 800 Route 46 West. This event was partnered with USA SHRED, which provided an on-site truck to shred personal and confidential documents, at no cost, to help customers avoid becoming victims of identity theft.

The branch also held a Fire Safety Tips event, hosted by the Parsippany-Troy Hills Volunteer District 5 Fire Department. Children were offered a free tour of the firetruck and a goody bag.

Residents from the community were encouraged to bring documents such as old bank statements, checks, income tax returns, credit card statements, etc., that were shredded on-site, for free. Staff members discussed effective measures that can be used to reduce the risk of fraud and identity theft.

For more information contact Branch Service Manager Elizabeth Haywood at (973) 263-0600 or by email by clicking here.

For information about similar events, visit Valley’s website by clicking here.

Valley National Bancorp is a regional bank holding company headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey with $19 billion in assets. Its principal subsidiary, Valley National Bank, currently operates 224 branches serving 24 counties throughout northern and central New Jersey, the New York City boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island, and southeast and central Florida. Valley National Bank is one of the largest commercial banks headquartered in New Jersey and is committed to providing the most convenient service, the latest in product innovations and an experienced and knowledgeable staff with a high priority on friendly customer service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information about Valley National Bank and its products and services, please visit www.valleynationalbank.com or call Customer Service, 24/7 at 800-522-4100.

Cerbo Lumber brings vendors to demonstrate products and offer specials

PARSIPPANY — Cerbo Lumber recently held a “Spring Vendor Day.” The event featured over 20 vendors who offered demonstrations of new products and special show pricing.

Cerbo Lumber, located at 1855 Route 46, has been in business since 1948 and was found by Salvatore Cerbo and his sons. Currently, Cerbo Lumber is a third generation, family owned business.

Cerbo Lumber is one of the original members of the Parsippany Chamber of Commerce.

They are a  full-service hardware store and building supplier servicing contractors and homeowners.

Registration Open for 42nd Year of Intramural Soccer

PARSIPPANY — The Parsippany Soccer Club is accepting registration for boys and girls interested in playing Intramural Soccer this coming Fall 2015 season. You can sign-up through PSC’s website by clicking here now until  July 1.

PSC is very proud of the growing success of the intramural soccer program. In Fall 2014 they had almost 1200 players on over 80 soccer teams playing games weekly from September through November.

In April 2015, the spring intramural program expanded to 500 players and over 30 teams playing soccer from April through June. If your kid loves soccer, they have opportunities for them nearly year round!

PHHS Project Graduation hosts a 5K “Color-A-Thon”

PARSIPPANY — The Parsippany Hills Project Graduation committee sponsored a 5K “Color-A-Thon” on Sunday, May 3.

The “Color-A-Thon” featured many vendors, music, games, and a ton of colorful fun with this healthy, family-oriented fundraiser for the school. All proceeds go towards project graduation.

For over 25 years, the committee has planned an all-night, substance-free party for PHHS graduates. Statistically, graduation night has the highest number of vehicle accidents among seniors nationwide but schools with Project Graduation have statistics that are significantly less. The goal is to keep every Parsippany graduating senior safe on graduation night.  Project Graduation is being planned to ensure a fun and safe evening for all 2015 graduates.  Historically, it has in part been a graduation gift to them from the Parsippany community.  It is only through the generosity of parents, townspeople and the Parsippany business community and many other generous businesses surrounding Parsippany that we have been able keep the cost affordable.

Parsippany Resident dies after Route 80 crash

ROXBURY — A 68-year-old man died early Saturday morning after a single-vehicle crash on Route 80, State Police said. Saim Gul, of Parsippany, was traveling west on Route 80 at about 4:16 a.m. when he failed to maintain directional control of his 2012 Ford Transit van and swerved off the left side of the road near…

PAC linked to Democrats draws fire for backing GOP slate in Parsippany council primary

PARSIPPANY — A Washington, D.C.-based political action committee linked to Democrats has been paying for mailings on behalf of a Republican slate in the primary for Parsippany Township Council, touching off the latest political firestorm in the ever-volatile township. The group, New Jersey’s Future First, has sent out at least three mailings favorable to the slate…

Two car accident on North Beverwyck Road

PARSIPPANY — Ms. Tracy Amato, 45, Parsippany was stopped in the South bound lane of North Beverwyck Road attempting to make a left turn into the Shell Gas Station, when a vehicle driven by Ms. Sohaib Ahmed, 18, Lake Hiawatha was attempting to navigate around Ms. Amato’s vehicle and struck the passenger side rear of the vehicle.

Ms. Amato was driving a 2015 Honda Odyssey and Ms. Ahmed was driving a 2008 Nissan Sentra.  Ms. Admed’s vehicle was towed from the scene by Corigliano Towing.

No summons were issued at the time of this article.

Summer-like weather in the forecast for Mother’s Day weekend

Forecasters are calling for clear skies and unseasonably warm weather for Mother’s Day weekend in New Jersey. Tonight clouds will roll into the Garden State with lows in the upper 50s expected. The overcast will clear by Saturday morning setting the stage for summer-like conditions over the next few days. Highs will be in the mid…

‘Pollen tsunami’ washing over Parsippany

Pollengeddon, that was so 2014. Welcome to the “pollen tsunami,” also known as spring allergy season in full bloom. “Pollen tsunami” is the latest name for the current allergic assault on many noses and eyes, and it has some validity as a moniker, said Sanaz Eftekhari, external affairs manager for the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of…

UPS Store under new management

PARSIPPANY — The UPS Store in Lake Hiawatha is under new ownership.  Recently, Parsippany resident PJ Thurkauf purchased the franchise.

Twenty years ago PJ Thurkauf started as a part-time employee at the Lake Hiawatha location when it was called Mail Boxes Etc. 

After working in the store for a number of years here in Lake Hiawatha, the owner of the franchise location purchased the Morristown location as a second store, and I moved over to the Morristown store as the General Manager.  

A year later in 1999 I purchased the store in Morristown from him, and have been the owner there.  The franchise changed it’s name from Mail Boxes Etc to The UPS Store in 2003.  

Thurkauf was raised in Lake Hiawatha, graduated from Parsippany High School and spent a number of years as both a volunteer firefighter with Parsippany’s District 5 Fire Dept and as an EMT with Rockaway Neck First Aid Squad. 

A UPS Store franchise location offers a full array of print and business services.  They offer custom packaging and shipping solutions including UPS, the United States Postal Service, freight services and soon they will be offering DHL service for more international options.

They maintain a fully digital copy and print center that can produce anything from flyers to business cards to banners and more.

The UPS Store also provides graphic design.  They offer secure mail receiving services with their large selection of mailboxes. It’s great for small offices and home based professionals to have a secure place to receive mail and packages outside the home.

They have a solution for just about every business need; they’re more than just shipping, they’re United Problem Solvers.

The UPS Store is located at 144 North Beverwyck Road, Lake Hiawatha.

Kiwanis Club hosted Ecumenical Breakfast

PARSIPPANY — Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany hosted it’s Annaul  Ecumenical Breakfast on Thursday, May 7.

Rev. Donald Allen Bragg, Parsippany Presbyterian Church, Rev. Janas Caruncho, Chinese Christian Church, Rev. Jeff Edwards, United Methodist Church of Parsippany, Rev. Susan Sica, St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church and Rev. Dr. Stacie Turk, Parsippany Baptist Church participated in the breakfast meeting.

Kiwanis goals that inspired the Ecumenical Breakfast “To give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life, and to encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.

For more information on the Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany, click here.

 

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