PARSIPPANY, NJ - There is an 'Odor of Gas' at 64 Albert Ct. Units on scene are advising of a strong odor of natural gas inside the residence due to the oven burner being left on over the weekend. Units are in the process of ventilating the house.
ALERT: GAS ODOR
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By PARSIPPANY POLICE DEPARTMENTJune 17, 2018
PARSIPPANY, NJ - On June 15, 2018 at 2:00 PM, Mayor Michael Soriano promoted Edmund Ailara and Ralph McGinnis from the rank of Patrolman to the rank of Sergeant. The ceremony was held in the Council Chambers at Town Hall.
Sergeant Ailara is a graduate of the 50th Basic Police Officer Class held at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy in 1997. He received a ...
By TAPINTO BELMAR/LAKE COMO STAFFJune 16, 2018
BELMAR, NJ — A male body was found this morning under the Belmar boardwalk at Ninth Avenue, according to reports.
While the Monmouth County Medical Examiner's Office was at the scene on Ocean Avenue at about 8:15 a.m. on June 16, a spokesman for the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office referred all questions to the Belmar Police Department.
Belmar police have not yet ...
By ATLANTIC HEALTHJune 16, 2018
MORRISTOWN, NJ – School is not yet out for the summer, but coaches, athletic trainers and others involved in school athletics throughout the state were already prepping for next season at the annual Summer Sports Medicine Seminar from Atlantic Sports Health and the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association on Thursday, June 14. Hosted at Atlantic Sports Health’s Morristown ...
By LAKE HOPATCONG FOUNDATIONJune 16, 2018
ROXBURY, NJ - The Lake Hopatcong Foundation this spring christened its new Floating Classroom, dubbed “Study Hull,” and has since educated nearly 800 local students aboard the vessel, a 40-foot pontoon boat. As the school year comes to an end, the lessons will continue: the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Floating Classroom will run 90-minute trips from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Monday ...
By JACK NONNENMACHERJune 15, 2018
PARSIPPANY, NJ - Two days after the Parsippany-Troy Hills Council presented a proposed budget that included a 3.5% tax increase, a letter was received from Governor Phil Murphy advising that the 2018 Parsippany Municipal Budget is two months overdue.
According to the letter from the Governor (see attached image), 'the fact that your municipality has not introduced a budget ...
By JACK NONNENMACHERJune 14, 2018
PARSIPPANY, NJ - At the June 13th Budget meeting, the Parsippany-Troy Hills Council revealed residents will be hit with a 3.5% property tax increase under their proposal despite officials tapping into the township’s $2.9 million of surplus.
The Fiscal Year 2018 surplus being used to balance the Council’s fiscal plan consists of $2.3 million of sewer surplus monies and $600,000 ...
By TAPINTO PARSIPPANY STAFFJune 14, 2018
SUMMIT, NJ - On Sunday, June 3, the Class of 2018 graduated at the 124th Kent Place School Commencement. Among the 67 members of the Class of 2018 was (pictured) Angela Maliakal.