New BOE Member, Whole Foods, 'Turf Our Fields' Top Local News
Police are also seeking man they say stole jacket and then struck the victim with his car.
Most of the residents who spoke at the Board of Education's special meeting Thursday spoke in support of Alison Cogan, the fourth place finisher in November's school board election. But on this night, with BOE members voting along factional lines, 5-3, Anthony DeIntinis, who came in last Nov. 6, came in first.
Large, skeptical crowd—most in opposition—came to Parsippany High to address economic development plan that would bring Whole Foods Market to Parsippany.
Citizen committee has published a website of information regarding the high school athletic fields' improvement proposal.
Former Board of Education member Frank Neglia is putting aside efforts to get back onto the board and throwing his support to Alison Cogan, who is vying to fill Joanne Mancuso's vacant seat.
Police said a witness saw a man steal a leather jacket out of man's car before striking him with his Cadillac and driving away.