Most-Read December Stories on Parsippany Patch
Here are 10 of the most popular stories over the past month.
Guy Bertola steps down from Par High helm after questions arise over his stated qualifications.
West Milford woman died early Dec. 2 when her SUV hit a sound barrier, State Police said.
Disputed Waterview Plaza proposal, now being considered by Planning Board, continues to be met with resistance from neighbors.
Officer stripped of his rank settled a lawsuit against the town to regain his sergeant's stripes.
A Morristown man fatally struck Dec. 17 near the Morris Plains train station made no attempt to move out of the way of a westbound passenger train, an NJ Transit spokesperson said.
Hoboken man learns his brother killed himself and 26 other people, including their mother, in the Newtown, Conn, mass shootings.
Two men, from Lake Hiawatha and Boonton, are being held in lieu of $200K bail each.
Federal government dumps disputed parts of nutrition policy imposed in September and boosts portion sizes for protein and grains.
Local Finance Board rules James Barberio's plea for friend's son was a 'personal letter,' but does not mention his use of town stationery for the missive.
Municipal Alliance Committee Drug Prevention Leadership Summit featured candid discussions about the reality of drug use and abuse in Parsippany.