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Local Authorities Seek Public’s Help to Solve 1982 Madison Train Station Murder

October 20, 2017

MADISON, NJ – Nearly 35 years after James Wescoe was found murdered at the Madison train station on Lincoln Place, authorities are still in search of clues that may help solve the case.

Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp and Madison Police Chief Darren Dachisen ask the public to provide any information they can about the decades-old crime.

Multiple law enforcement agencies, ...

Teachers Learn to Share Stories during Columbus Day Conference

RANDOLPH, NJ - The loosely-structured "unconference" involved educators from Randolph High School and three other schools providing advice for all subjects and concluding with a keynote on empathy and sharing stories.

Randolph High School Principal Debbie Iosso explained that many sessions were facilitated by the teachers.  

“They start out really as discussions which ...

Roxbury Medical Office Stung by 'No License' Charge Against Doctor

ROXBURY, NJ – A former doctor, whose license was stripped in 2004 after a drug possession conviction, was practicing medicine in Roxbury and his boss knew it, authorities said Tuesday.

The former doctor, Paramjit Singh, was charged with one count of third-degree practicing medicine without a license, said Warren County Prosecutor Richard Burke. Singh was one of the staff at Medical Care ...

Roxbury Cops Nab Serial Con-Man After Foot Chase in Kenvil

ROXBURY, NJ – A serial criminal, who convinced a 78-year-old Kenvil woman to give him more than $30,000 for roof repairs she didn’t get, was arrested last week by Roxbury police following a dramatic foot chase, police said.

The man, Sonny Stanley, 43, of Gutenberg, was charged with obstruction of the administration of law, resisting arrest and theft by deception, police ...

Randolph Cop Turns Roxbury Garage into Ninja Zone

ROXBURY, NJ – Chris Carbonaro’s detached garage, on a quiet Ledgewood street, looks about the same as many others in Roxbury; beige walls and two white doors.

The only clue about its true nature are two small, brown placards - one on each door - that say “Ninjas Only.”

That message could be mistaken for a joke or an indication Carbonaro, a Randolph police officer, ...

Judge Tosses Lawsuit That Blamed Roxbury Cop, Morris Prosecutor in Bong Theft Arrest

ROXBURY, NJ – Although they later dropped the charges they'd filed against a local youth in 2015 - accusing him of stealing an expensive bong and a lighter from a Ledgewood smoke shop - Roxbury police did not violate the young man’s rights when they made the arrest, a judge recently ruled.

The case spawned a federal court lawsuit against Roxbury, Roxbury Police ...

Former Governor Whitman Honored at Great Swamp Watershed Gala Celebration

FLORHAM PARK, NJ - Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman was the honored guest at the Great Swamp Watershed Association 2017 Gala Celebration held Thursday night at the Brooklake Country Club.

Chatham residents turned out for the fundraiser that supports the yearly budget of the association, which is "dedicated to protecting and improving the water resources of the ...

Anthony Iacono Inaugurated as CCM's Third President

RANDOLPH, NJ - Anthony Iacono was inaugurated as the third president of County College of Morris (CCM) during an Oct. 6 ceremony attended by more than 400 people including faculty, staff, students, alumni, elected officials and family members.

As the CCM board and staff, along with county and state officials, proceeded to the college gymnasium, the walkways were lined with ...

Roxbury Officials Privately Pondered Legalities of Courting Amazon for Hercules Tract

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury officials met behind closed doors this week to discuss the legal ramifications of joining the throng of other municipalities across the nation courting Amazon, Inc. to be the site of the mega-retailers proposed second American headquarters.

The former Hercules Powder Co. site in Roxbury is 1,200 acres, is close to an interstate highway, has access to railroads ...

Morris County Republican Committee Chair Ron DeFilippis Honored for Role as ELEC Chair

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - On Tuesday, September 26th former ELEC (NJ Election Law Enforcement Commission) Chair Ron DeFilippis received multiple proclamations in recognition of his service as ELEC Chair. 

Governor Chris Christie stated in his proclamation "As the longest serving Chairman in history, you have been a role model for public servants across the State by displaying dignity, ...

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