William Westhoven, North Jersey News

William Westhoven

North Jersey News

Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ, United States

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Recent:
  • North Jersey News
  • Daily Record
  • New Jersey Herald
Past:
  • MyCentralJersey
  • Cashay
  • USA TODAY
  • The News Leader
  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • Poughkeepsie Journal
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • KARE 11
  • 13News Now
  • KENS 5
  • and more…

Recent articles by William:

'Queen of Twitter' Dionne Warwick chats with Stephen Colbert at Montclair Film Festival

Stephen Colbert hosts Q&A with Dionne Warwick following the U.S. premiere of the documentary "Dionne Warwick: Don't Make Me Over." → Read More

Faith, public service drive first Black, male president of St. Elizabeth University

New St. Elizabeth University President Gary Crosby talks about being the first male and Black leader of the Catholic, formerly all-women institution. → Read More

Woman kayaks entire span of Passaic River, then does it again with a film crew

Mary Bruno first kayaked the entire span of the Passaic River in 2008, then again with a film crew in 2018. → Read More

Man threatened to come to Jefferson school with gun before September lockdown, police say

Lockdowns at Jefferson schools on Sept. 10 were initiated by a call from a man threatening to come to the high school with a gun, police say. → Read More

Madison approves proposal for mosque on former Drew University property

The Madison Planning Board unanimously approved plans for a new mosque to be built on land formerly owned by Drew University on Madison Avenue. → Read More

'Gilded Age' comeback: Retailer cleared to redevelop historic Abbey in Morris Township

After years of public meetings and negotiations, Restoration Hardware has the green light to redevelop historic Alnwick Hall in Morris Township. → Read More

NJ towns see an uptick in mosquitoes. Here's what's being done, how to protect yourself

Blame one of the wettest summers in recorded history for a tenfold increase in mosquito complaints in one New Jersey county. → Read More

NJ towns see an uptick in mosquitoes. Here's what's being done, how to protect yourself

Blame one of the wettest summers in recorded history for a tenfold increase in mosquito complaints in one New Jersey county. → Read More

NJ towns see an uptick in mosquitoes. Here's what's being done, how to protect yourself

Blame one of the wettest summers in recorded history for a tenfold increase in mosquito complaints in one New Jersey county. → Read More

'I was so scared': Randolph boy who lost a foot in a car accident comes home

Nearly four months after surviving a horrific highway crash with truck that took his foot and nearly his life, Connor Fontes is back home. → Read More

Morris elections: Parsippany mayor, Randolph BOE among candidate forums coming to YouTube

Elections in Parsippany and Randolph will be represented in a series of candidate forums hosted by the League of Women Voters of the Morris Area. → Read More

Morristown coal truck from the '30s was 'buried' in a garage for 60 years. It's now up for auction

Online bidding ends 5:15 p.m. Wednesday for a Ford Model-A truck believed to have been used for coal deliveries in Morristown circa 1930. → Read More

Have you noticed more dead deer piling up on NJ roadsides? Here's why

A disease outbreak affecting the deer population may be why New Jersey motorists are seeing more carcasses on New Jersey roadsides. → Read More

Have you noticed more dead deer piling up on NJ roadsides? Here's why

A disease outbreak affecting the deer population may be why New Jersey motorists are seeing more carcasses on New Jersey roadsides. → Read More

Have you noticed more dead deer piling up on NJ roadsides? Here's why

A disease outbreak affecting the deer population may be why New Jersey motorists are seeing more carcasses on New Jersey roadsides. → Read More

Large Chester residential fire under investigation by county arson squad, state

The Morris County Prosecutors Office Arson Unit and state Fire Marshalls Office are investigating a residential fire Tuesday in Chester Township. → Read More

Tunnel to Towers walk stops in Morristown on path to Ground Zero for 9/11

Morristown welcomed the Tunnel to Towers organization when it stopped by during a 500-mile Never Forget Walk from Washington, D.C., to Ground Zero. → Read More

NJ rainfall totals: How much rain did North Jersey get from Tropical Storm Ida?

Rain totals exceeding 7 inches in some North Jersey towns were left in the wake of Tropical Storm Ida. → Read More

Lead East: 'World's largest oldies festival' revs up at Parsippany Hilton starting Thursday

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines, pack your Brylcreem and put on that poodle skirt. Lead East is back for Labor Day weekend. → Read More

Residents urged to destroy spotted lanternfly egg masses, as 5 more NJ counties quarantined

If you see a spotted lanternfly, kill the invasive species in NJ, says Department of Agriculture, then report the sighting. → Read More