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Work Begins On New Bike Path In Morris County: Around Parsippany

Patch logo Patch 7/4/2022 Josh Bakan
Work is underway to repurpose an abandoned stretch of railroad into a bicycle and pedestrian path that will run from Pequannock Township to Wayne. © Karen Mancinelli/County of Morris Work is underway to repurpose an abandoned stretch of railroad into a bicycle and pedestrian path that will run from Pequannock Township to Wayne.

PARSIPPANY, NJ — Patch reviews some of this past week's top stories around Parsippany.

Work Begins On New Bike, Pedestrian Path In Morris County

An abandoned stretch of railroad will become a 4.8-mile path for cyclists and pedestrians. Officials expect to complete the work in 2024.

How Boosted Is Parsippany: What New COVID-Vaccine Data Reveals

With COVID boosters now available for almost all age groups, here's how many people in Parsippany have received them.

Dump Truck Flips On Highway In Parsippany-Troy Hills: DOT

An overturned dump truck in Parsippany-Troy Hills prompted commuting delays in the area July 27, authorities said.

Child Pornography Possession Charge Filed Against Morris Co. Man

A 45-year-old Morris County man faces charges of possessing and distributing child pornography after his arrest this week, officials said.

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