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Charming Cape Cod on Set Back off the road
Beautiful kitchen addition with an abundance of Maple cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, polished hardwood floors, Andersen windows & an amazing oversized walk-in pantry.
Greystone preservation group enlists lawyer in last-ditch effort to halt state demolition
Preserve Greystone has enlisted legal help in hopes of winning a reprieve for the Kirkbride Building, a former asylum marked for demolition by the state.
Parsippany Life: Student News, July 16, 2014
Caldwell University has named these students to its dean's list for the spring semester: Melissa Fratella and Kristin Wagner of Morris Plains; Lindsay Hulin and Tiana Dionisio of Lake Hiawatha; and Jennifer Cory and Jessica Gabelmann of Parsippany.
Morris Schools superintendent Thomas Ficarra calling it a career
Thomas Ficarra, superintendent of the Morris School District since the summer of 2002, announced on Monday night that he will retire on Oct. 1, 2014.
Empire built on other people's blood about to be put up for grabs
'Frank, I really can't afford the 40-50,000 a month if the girls aren't going to be drawing any blood.'
Parsippany Life: Student News, July 9, 2014
Centenary College's 2014 graduates are: Nicholas Bach, and Michael A. Nicosia, of Parsippany; Richard I. Thomas, John E. Titus III, and Tara DeGeorge, of Morris Plains.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Visions merges with NJ credit union
Visions Federal Credit Union continues to expand its footprint in New Jersey. Tri-Co Federal Credit Union in New Jersey merged into Visions on Tuesday.
Parsippany: Police Blotter, July 2, 2014
Parsippany Police were called to the scene of a motor vehicle accident on New Road, on the Route 280 overpass, the night of June 19. According to police, a vehicle had been rear-ended by Noel Loran, 51, of Lake Hiawatha., who reportedly attempted to leave the scene of the crash.
Concerns aired over Parsippany's possible purchase of land
During last week's meeting of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Town Council, residents spent a considerable amount of time voicing their opinions about the possible acquisition of approximately nine acres of undeveloped land identified as Block 421, lot 29, fronting on Intervale Road.