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Morris County Freeholder Ann Grossi is building support for her bid for a new job.
Parsippany's James Vigilante again accuses fellow township resident Ann Grossi of publicly disrespecting his Air Force service.
James Vigilante says opponent Ann Grossi is denigrating his service; she denies the charge.
Grossi plans to step down, fellow freeholder, assemblyman and Jefferson councilman also express interest in position vacated by retiring Joan Bramhall.
Updated timetables from PSEG and JCP&L allow citizens to see a prediction of when their power will return.
One of the winning tickets, worth more than $200K, was purchased in Parsippany.
The commendation is named in honor of the late 26th District Assemblyman Alex DeCroce.
Construction overlaps with the ongoing ramp work still upsetting residents of the Littleton Road corridor.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
County efforts are already underway to keep the pesky critters at bay.
Parsippany councilman announces run for county freeholder
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