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Yesterday | Epicurious.com
We had a chance to visit Pinnacle Foods this week in Parsippany, New Jersey, to take a look at the test kitchen where Duncan Hines hones their boxed cake mixes and meet the senior research chef in charge there, Joe DiPaolo.
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Yesterday | Washington Times
Frivolous lawsuits are the bread and butter of a tort lawyer's diet. When a jury awarded a woman $2.9 million after she spilled a cup of coffee on herself at a McDonald's, greedy lawyers and litigants salivated at the prospect of finding a similar jackpot.
Friday | NJ.com
PARSIPPANY - Taxpayers were on the hook for more than $10,000 to pay back Mayor James Barberio and Councilman Brian Stanton the legal fees they incurred while fighting off claims of political bribery last year.
ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP - John Inglesino, who is providing a home to an 18-year-old Morris County woman suing her parents for support and tuition, is a well-connected attorney and former freeholder in Morris County.
As interim superintendent, John Fitzsimmons has stood tall on an issue he wants to see come to fruition in Parsippany's Central Middle School.
A crash with injuries was blocking the left lane of Route 287 North near the exit for Route 80 in Parsippany, according to the state Department of Transportation.
The prominent New Jersey attorney who is funding the legal costs of 18-year-old Morris Catholic High School senior Rachel Canning in her lawsuit against her own parents serves on Gov. Chris Christie's School Funding Task Force.
An 18-year-old Morris County woman who sued her parents for financial support after leaving home in October was denied by a Superior Court Judge in Morristown Tuesday.
At Loyola University in Maryland, Ryan Ferramosca, Grace Kolb, Tara Lopez, Michael Mangino, and Amy Robinsky, of Morris Plains, have earned dean's list for the fall semester.
Yellow mustard, classic ketchup, basic mayo and even salsa are facing some competition from new sauces, dressings, dips and spreads.
A northern New Jersey honor student who says her parents kicked her out of the house when she turned 18 is now suing them, asking a court to make them support her and pay for her college.
From the Facebook timeline of Rachel Canning, Prom 2012. Canning is suing her parents for financial support and to force them to pay for her college after they allegedly kicked her out of their house.
The Millburn Board of Adjustment on Monday took what could be the first step in authorizing a Walgreen's Pharmacy on the Morris Turnpike and Millburn Avenue site that currently includes the closed Short Hills Caterers building and a Shell service station.
Brundage Park Playhouse on Carrell Road in Randolph, NJ is pleased to announce performances for our upcoming production of SEE HOW THEY RUN for our 2014 Season.
Hundreds of people joined township police, firefighters and emergency responders on Sunday to show one young resident she is not alone in her fight against a rare disease.