Monday May 20
Neighbors Assist After Lake Hiawatha Purse Snatching
The Parsippany Police Department says it is on the lookout for a man in connection with a reported robbery and assault that took place Wednesday night in Lake Hiawatha.
Monday May 20
No Charges for Mayor Tops Local News
Mayor Cleared Of Wrongdoing In Bribery Allegation Prosecutor will not press charges, but accuser says he is going to the feds for 'a fair and impartial investigation.' Attorney Slams Council Candidate's 'Big Lie' Before council, John Inglesino hails Somerset County Prosecutor's finding that criminal charges were not 'viable' in Town Hall job-offer ... (more)
Thu May 09, 2013
Court Panel Upholds 12-Year Sentence for Convicted Hit and Run Driver
The conviction of a Parsippany man who killed two men riding a bicycle in 2008 was upheld by a New Jersey panel Thursday , the Daily Record reported.
Tue May 07, 2013
New Jersey Herald
Newton Police arrest 2 on heroin charges
Two undercover investigations into the distribution of heroin in Newton led to the arrest of two residents, police said.
Phase 2 of Post-Irene FEMA Elevations Underway
Dignitaries and Parsippany citizens gathered Tuesday morning to witness the start of a new chapter for a Lake Hiawatha family and for the township .
The Jersey Journal
Cops: Man stalked Byram resident, broke into house and car
BYRAM - Police say a 25-year-old man stalked a Byram Township resident, breaking into the resident's home and vehicle.
Mon May 06, 2013
Phase 2 of Post-Irene House Elevations Begins Tuesday
Nearly two years after Hurricane Irene , many in Parsippany are still displaced from their homes due to severe damage to their residences.
Thu May 02, 2013
Free Comic Book Day Weekend Hits FunnyBooks
You'll get something for nothing this weekend at FunnyBooks Comics and Stuff in Lake Hiawatha.
Wed May 01, 2013
Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Parsippany
Cue up the mariachi band-Cinco de Mayo is fast approaching. The celebration of Mexican heritage on May 5 is sometimes mistaken for Mexico's Independence Day .
April's Most-Read Stories on Parsippany Patch
Resident Threatens Suit When Silenced at Council Meeting Pat Petaccia said she will talk with an attorney and the American Civil Liberties Union to pursue legal action against Township Attorney John Inglesino and the Town Council after she was denied the chance to speak April 9 about allegations levied against the administration.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
State Supreme Court throws out convictions on two charges in Parsippany sex assault
TRENTON - The state Supreme Court today upheld an appeals decision reversing a Parsippany man's conviction on two charges, including the most serious charge, in the 2007 sexual assault of an 18-year-old woman who was walking home at 3 a.m. in Parsippany.
Asbury Park Press
NJ sex assault conviction tossed over law wording
A New Jersey man's aggravated sexual assault conviction has been thrown out because of how the law is worded.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
School Celebrates National Dance Week with Flash Mob
For the second year in a row, the students, teachers, parents and friends of Mary Lou Hale's School of Dance performed a Flash Mob to mark National Dance Week.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Temple
If you don't have plans yet for Saturday night, consider spending the evening laughing yourself silly at the Temple Beth Am Comedy Night at 8 p.m. in Parsippany.