November's Most-Read Stories on Parsippany Patch
Here are 10 of the most popular Parsippany news stories.
After Sandy and the Athena winter storm, the utility boosted its manpower and the number of electrical outages plaguing Parsippany for more than a week finally started to fall significantly.
MLK Day, Presidents Day and a half-day on a Saturday in April among the time off Parsippany students will lose to make up instructional days lost to Superstorm Sandy.
After Sandy battered Atlantic City, the state teachers' union canceled its annual gathering there.
License plates with an odd number as the last number in their plate can get gas on odd days, while plates with in an even number as the last number can get gas on even numbered days.
Grace Keimel died Oct. 31 at her Lake Hiawatha home just days after her 66th birthday.
Frank Calabria, James Carifi and Joanne Mancuso—Nos. 1, 2 and 3 on the ballot—earn school board seats while Vice President Frank Neglia ousted.
Democrat ended nearly three-decade run of all-Republican council.
GOP nominee Judy Tiedemann blames her loss to Democrat Jonathan Nelson on 'bad Republicans.'
Mayor James Barberio reveals for the first time how badly Superstorm Sandy affected the township, says he's making good on long-ago promise to cut sewer rates once the new treatment plant was running.