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Mayor LaBarbiera Issues Statement to Grieving Community, #ParamusStrong

May 18, 2018

PARAMUS, NJ – Thursday evening, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera released the following statement to his community in regards to the horrific accident that affected so many.

"Today, our community was shaken by a horrific accident resulting in two tragic, senseless deaths of a teacher and a student. As a father of three sons, I cannot fathom the level of pain and despair that the family of the ...

Parsippany Budget Meetings Scheduled

PARSIPPANY, NJ - The Parsippany-Troy Hills Council has set the dates for the first two budget meetings. 

The budget meetings are set for Wednesday, May 30th from 6:30pm to 9:30pm and Friday, June 1st 6:30pm - 9:30pm.  

A 'Gold Card' for Morris County Parents, Guardians of Killed Military

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi today announced the launch of the "Gold Star Parent ID Card Program," in which Morris County parents, legal guardians or other legal custodians of members of the military who died while on active duty will gain access to certain benefits, such as discounts extended to military families.

"Gold Star Parents can ...

Supreme Court Opens Gate To Sports Betting, Monmouth Park Is Ready To Run

OCEANPORT, N.J.— Monmouth Park is ready to open a sports book.

That is not news. Track management has been working on a sports book area in a no longer used cafeteria area in the rear of the grandstand for months.

The news is: On May 14, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) struck down a federal ban on race tracks and casinos operating sports book-making operations such as ...

MORRIS COUNTY FREEHOLDERS TO APPEAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION CASE TO THE U.S. SUPREME COURT

MORRIS COUNTY FREEHOLDERS TO APPEAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION CASE TO THE U.S. SUPREME COURT

 

The Morris County Board of Freeholders has approved an agreement to have the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty file an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court regarding a recent N.J. Supreme Court ruling that banned the county from issuing historic preservation trust fund grants to religious ...

In Parsippany, 30 Mayors Gather with the Governor

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Affordable housing, state roads and increasing property taxes were the subjects of discussion when thirty Morris County mayors gathered in Parsippany on Monday for a round-table meeting with the newest Governor of New Jersey - Phil Murphy.  

One of the Mayors present was Curt Ritter, Mayor of Chatham Township.  He said that he governor discussed a ...

Parsippany April 17th Council Meeting Videos

PARSIPPANY, NJ - The April 17th meeting of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Council can be viewed here in two parts.

Vacant Houses and Storm Clean-Up the Hot Topics at Parsippany Mayor's Town Hall

PARSIPPANY, NJ - The physical landscape and appearance of the Lake Hiawatha area appeared to be the primary concern of the residents who showed up for Mayor Soriano's fourth town hall, held at the Rockaway Meadow School last evening.

Residents complained about the status of the storm clean up wondering when the branches and debris were going to be picked up.  Another primary concern ...

A Celebratory Welcome in Parsippany to the Inaugural Riders of the National Memorial Trail

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Thirteen Hundred Miles.  That's the distance of a loop uniting three 9/11 memorial locations:  The World Trade Center, The Pentagon and the Flight 93 Memorial.  That loop is now a bike trail and today in Parsippany, at the Morris County September 11th Memorial, a celebration was in order as the riders hit their 700 mile mark right here in Morris ...

State Supreme Court Says Morris County Can't Pay for Churches' Rehabs

MORRIS, NJ — An interpretation of Separation of Church and State has led the State Supreme Court of New Jersey to rule that Morris County's practice of giving historic preservation grants to local churches is against the state constitution.

Justice Stuart Rabner wrote that the historic preservation grants, which are taxpayer-funded, violate the Religious Aid Clause of the ...

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JVS Provides Free Citizenship Instruction and Naturalization Services at Lake Hiawatha Public Library

May 11, 2018

EAST ORANGE AND LIVINGSTON, NJ – Jewish Vocational Service of MetroWest NJ (JVS) received a competitive $250,000 two-year grant from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The grant allows JVS and their partner, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark, to help legal permanent residents prepare and apply for U.S. citizenship through free instruction and ...