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Among the teams this year are the Vigilante Vipers who are named after longtime league supporter and former councilman James Vigilante, who passed away earlier this year.
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A Parsippany resident with an average home assessed at $308,000 will see his or her tax bill climb $145 next year if the school district's proposed budget goes forward.
In conjunction with the Women's Theater Company's Cabaret Series, actor and comedian, Kelly Kinsella wil present her one person show titled, HOW TO DO A ONE PERSON SHOW at Parsippany Playhouse on April 25-27.
EAST HANOVER - Tuesday evening, the lights at Any Garment Dry Cleaners on Route 10 were off.
In response to the State of New Jersey's intentions to demolish the historic buildings at the Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital, including the Kirkbride Building, the organization, Preserve Greystone will hold a strategy talk and preview a documentary about the site on Thursday, April 17, at the Morristown and Morris Township Library.
The Randy Lundblad Memorial Golf Outing, to benefit the Rock-Den Renegades youth lacrosse program, will be held on Monday, May 5, at the Knoll West Country Club in Parsippany.
A former Florham Park resident and Board of Education president was indicted Tuesday for allegedly stealing nearly $200,000 from a Parsippany music store.
Just a week after three Parsippany councilmen passed a resolution to investigate their own township attorney, Mayor James Barberio has put the brakes on the issue.
Amazing images: Tuesday morning's total lunar eclipse will be followed on April 29, by a rare type of solar eclipse the Southern Hemisphere.
Total U.S. drug spending edged up 1% on a real per capita basis in 2013, and the use of health care services overall rose for the first time in three years, according to a new report by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics.
Brundage Park Playhouse on Carrell Road in Randolph, NJ is pleased to announce performances for our upcoming production of SEE HOW THEY RUN for our 2014 Season.
United Way of Northern New Jersey has named four finalists for its annual Commercial Real Estate Network Impact Award, which recognizes a commercial real estate project that had the most positive impact in the region in the past year.
Instead of plumbing the briny deep to film the barnacled carcass of the Titanic, documentary-makers Rusty Tagliareni and Christina Mathews explore above-ground shipwrecks, forgotten places with histories just as sad.