October's Most-Read Stories on Parsippany Patch
Here are 10 of the most popular Parsippany news stories.
Hard on the heels of the ongoing Parsippany Hills High School protest against the new federally-mandated lunch program comes another dictate from the government: no ice cream may be sold in schools during the school day.
A Parsippany man has been accused of fatally stabbing his wife inside a Lake Hiawatha restaurant on North Beverwyck Road late Friday, Oct. 5, the Morris County Prosecutor said.
Those who live and work in the area of Lake Hiawatha's Kazumi Sushi restaurant, where authorities say a woman was stabbed to deathby her husband, remained stunned on Saturday.
Most Par-Troy businesses and organizations, affected by power outages, fallen trees or downed lines, kept their doors closed or cancelled events in the wake of the superstorm that devasted New Jersey, New York and the East Coast.
Two men—one claiming to have a gun—robbed the Rite-Aid Pharmacy on North Beverwyck Road of $300 in the early evening of Sunday, Oct. 5, Parsippany Police said.
A group of Parsippany teachers—frustrated over working for two years without a contract—took a stand at the Oct. 11 Board of Education meeting.
The Parsippany Hills High School students announced at the Oct. 11 Board of Education meeting that the anticipated Halloween at the Hills community-wide event scheduled for Oct. 30 may not go forward.
The state of emergency declared by Parsippany's mayor and police chief on Oct. 29 is still in effect.
Hurricane Sandy achieved one of its first Parsippany casualties on the afternoon of Monday, Oct. 29, when the top portion of a tree fell onto a home on Flemington Road in Lake Parsippany.
Mayor James Barberio, Parsippany Police Chief Anthony DeZenzo and local law enforcement officers attended the Wednesday, Oct. 10, announcement that 13-year Parsippany Police vet Darren Theobald was promoted to sergeant.