Shake Shack is Coming to Parsippany

January 18, 2018

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Exciting news for Parsippany burger and shake lovers. Shake Shack, a popular burger and milkshake chain, is putting down roots in Morris County, opening its first area location in Parsippany later this year.

Ripco Real Estate confirmed that the fast-food restaurant is moving in to the new Waterview Marketplace on Route 46 in Parsippany by the end of this year. That ...

Women's March Sign-Making Party Comes to Madison on Tuesday

Members of the public are invited to a Women’s March sign-making party on Tuesday, 7-9 p.m., at the Madison Community House on 25 Cook Ave.

Some craft supplies will be provided, including foam board, poster markers and poster paints. Attendees should try to bring their own materials, according to event hosts Action Together Morris County, Madison Area Call to Action and Chatham Moms for ...

Morris County Young Republicans to Host NJGOP Chair Doug Steinhardt

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - The Morris County Young Republicans are pleased to host newly elected Chairman of the NJ Republican Committee, Doug Steinhardt, at their upcoming Thursday January 18 Social at Vinnie's Pizzeria (406 Main Street, Boonton).

The event will begin around 7 PM and is free and open to the public of all ages.

Chairman Steinhardt is a partner at Florio, ...

Three Arrested for Attempted Vehicle Burglary in Madison, Police Say

Three Essex County men have been arrested in connection with a vehicle burglary that occurred Friday at approximately 1:55 p.m. in the Whole Foods parking lot at 220 Main St.

The female victim said she was returning to her 2017 Range Rover after shopping at the store and allegedly found a man sitting inside her car.

She reported that when the male observed her, he immediately exited her ...

Chatham Community Players Announce Dates For “Grease” Auditions

The Chatham Players is seeking performers for their upcoming production of “Grease”. The 12-performance production runs May 4-19, 2018 at the Chatham Playhouse. James Mosser directs, Matthew Hosmer is Musical Director and Jennifer Williams, the Choreographer. Rehearsals to begin in March.

Auditions will be held on Thursday, January 25th and Friday, January ...

Macys Hit with Two Attempted Thefts in Two Days

On December 26, 2017 Millburn Police Officers Royce and Aliotta responded to the Newark Police Department on a warrant arrest. Rajahn Ferrell, age 22 out of Hillside, was placed under arrest on outstanding criminal warrants and remanded to the Essex County Correctional Facility.

On December 27, 2017 Millburn Police Officer Wichelns responded to Macys on a theft report. Macys personnel report ...

Morristown Weather Alert: Blowing Snow Thursday; High Winds Friday

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Extreme winter weather conditions have come to Morristown in the form of a high-impact storm that could cause snow accumulations of up to six inches, according to the National Weather Service.

Flurries are expected to fall at a rate of one inch per hour through the early afternoon, according to a special weather statement issued at 9:49 a.m. by the National Weather Service.

Hockey Game Yields $26K for Roxbury Boy Fighting Cancer

ROXBURY, NJ - About $26,000 was raised at the Dec. 23 "Face Off for Matt" charity ice hockey event, money that is being donated to help 10-year-old Matt Adonis of Roxbury in his battle against a brain tumor, said Krista Davis, one of the event organizers.

Davis, whose son plays hockey with Adonis, said about 500 people attended the game, which took place at Aspen Ice in ...

Hanover Tigers Named 2017 National Jr. Pee Wee Champons By Pro Football Hall Of Fame

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, N.J.- The ​ National​ ​ Youth​ ​ Football​ ​ Championship​ congratulates the Hanover Tigers for winning the National Championship at the Junior Pee Wee level. On their journey this season the team “answered the call” by displaying their unique talent, true sportsmanship, and a rare passion for the game.

During the 3 day tournament at the $700 million Johnson ...

Man Steals $25K Forklift, Sells it for $327, Gets Busted in Denville

DENVILLE, NJ - A Bronx, N.Y.this month man stole from a Denville business a forklift worth about $25,500 and sold it for a lot less than that, police said.

The man, David Mendez, 35, faces a theft of movable property charge, according to Denville police. They said the charges relate to the theft of the forklift on Dec. 11, who was brought to police headquarters after police identified him as ...

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