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Democratic Councilman Sworn, Lower Sewer Rates Proposed Top Local News

Also Intervale residents oppose Whole Foods development and solar energy coming to main library.

Council Seats 1st Democrat in 26 Years

Jonathan Nelson said local government isn't the solution to Parsippany's problems, its citizens working together is.

Mayor reveals for the first time how badly Superstorm Sandy affected the township.

Whole Foods Market Project Gets Chilly Reaction from Residents

An ambitious plan for an upscale mixed-use development on Waterview Plaza is backed by town leaders, but not by those who would live near it.

Library Solar Project Will Produce 38 Percent of Power

Planning Board conditionally approves plan, while company behind project said it won't cost the town or the library a dime.

Mayor Praises Administration's Performance During Sandy

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