Voters Nix Fields Plan, Council Race Begins Top Local News
Also, superintendent contract trial testimony comes to dramatic finish
School board members and residents say they will consider alternative ways to improve athletic field conditions at the town's high schools.
With official announcements this week from Chamber of Commerce President Robert Peluso and retired police sergeant Louis Valori—and an unofficial one from former Planning Board member Milin Shah— Parsippany voters will have a decision to make in the June 4 primary.
Judge's decision could come by summer, but the embattled schools chief says he expects the issue to continue for a long time.
64-year-old was struck near Yacenda Drive in Parsippany last month.
Lake Hiawatha lawyer accused of injuring Randolph resident in crash on Littleton Road.
Peter Bradley calls the lack of information for fields referendum deliberate and accuses the BOE of lacking 'managerial courage.'