Slain Couple's Funeral Tops Parsippany Patch's Most-Read Stories
Here are the 10 most popular Parsippany news stories of the past month.
At Chester and Rosaria Andraka's Feb. 4 funeral, their children remember them as people who were "strong, physically and mentally."
Embattled administrator suddenly informs Board of Education Feb. 12 that he will leave the district prior to the end of the school year.
A former Caldwell Police sergeant committed suicide and his wife was murdered inside their Parsippany home, the Morris County Prosecutor's Office said.
Anthony DeZenzo says he'll take some time off before deciding his next professional move.
Police officers were called more than once to escort critical residents away from the microphone at Feb. 11 Parsippany Planning Board meeting.
"He pulled up right outside the door" in his Toyota, said his relieved daughter on Feb. 7.
The mayor announced Feb. 21 that he will run for another four years on a ticket including council incumbent Vincent Ferrara and newcomer Milin Shah.
On Feb. 13, the Board of Education announced its ratification of a new pact with Parsippany educators.
Anthony DeZenzo's retirement benefit puts him in the rarefied $100K Club with his two predecessors.
Council Candidates Robert Peluso and Louis Valori have hitched their campaign to Carifi's effort.