Deputy Mayor Apology, Postmaster Dies Top Local News
Other top headlines include accused prostitute pleads not guilty, swastika painted on deli sign.
Morris Township Deputy Mayor Bruce Sisler issued a statement last week, apologizing for making a late-night call last month to a resident, who claimed he was harassed and posted a portion of the hour-long conversation on YouTube.
Former Morristown Postmaster and veterans advocate J. Robert Tracey has died. He was 87 years old. A funeral service will be held Monday.
A Fort Lee woman charged with prostitution after an undercover sting by the Morris Plains Police Department of a Route 10 spa entered a not guilty plea Tuesday afternoon in Morris Plains Municipal Court.
As the father of one of the men accused of raping a girl in 2011 vocally expressed his frustration Wednesday that his son and another man accused of the alleged assault remained in juvenile detention when they had only been charged, the prosecution requested the teens be tried as adults.
A swastika was found painted on the marquee sign for Plaza West Deli last Sunday afternoon, Parsippany Police said. The establishment has been known for years as a restaurant offering kosher specialties on Route 10.
Dozens of people came out last week to see John McGuinness get sworn in as the Morris Township Police chief. McGuinness' family members, township officials, residents, as well as Morris Plains Mayor Frank Druetzler and Councilwoman Suzanne McCluskey attended the Sept. 19 ceremony.