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Mayor Tim Dougherty has delayed the start of paid sick time for private employees in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Morristown mayor delays start of paid sick time law

The measure now takes effect in January 2017.

"Reconstruction" by Thomas Nast, illustrates the Southern states being brought back into order with the North into the ancient symbol of collective power, the fasces, and the nation's motto: E Pluribus Unum -- "Out of Many, One".

A Nation at War: Harper’s Weekly reports from the front lines, at the Morristown & Township Library

Military conflict defined much of the 19-century American experience; Harper’s Weekly made sense of it for the public.

Morris Plains Borough School

Morris Plains voters approve $6.2 million school referendum

The 93-year-old Borough School will get some TLC.

The First Folio of Shakespeare is coming to Drew University.

Morristown book fest, Oct. 1, kicks off month of Shakespeare that includes rare First Folio

Fans of the Bard are in for some rare treats, right in our backyard.

joe mahoney, matt keown, sept 2016, politics

Channel surfing with ‘Joe Mahoney,’ and MG cartoonist Matt Keown

This political season gives Joe’s remote a workout.

No Monday Night Football on this Monday in Morristown. Photo by Berit Ollestad

Monday Night Football and a beer? How about a beer and a debate instead

It was like football…without a referee.

Morris Supt. Mackey Pendergrast, left, with Joshua Koen, who started last week as chief innovation officer for the state education department. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

State has kudos for new Morristown High wing

The state’s new innovation officer for schools likes what he sees at MHS.

Morris Plains $6.2M referendum on school repairs set for Sept. 27

Morris Plains $6.2M referendum on school repairs set for Sept. 27

The Borough School is in bad shape and needs repairs, the school board says. Polls are open from 3:30-9 pm on Tuesday.

Who could resist a face like this? An Actic fox kit at the Morristown Festival on the Green 2016. Photo by Jeff Sovelove

Visitors enjoy a sunny–and secure– Morristown Festival on the Green

Authorities left nothing to chance, except, maybe the weather…which turned out to be perfect.

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Morristown chief: ‘Police pretty much ready for everything’

Morristown chief: ‘Police pretty much ready for everything’

Chief says Morristown has become a ‘pretty nice place,’ where biz is up and crime is down.

The Heart of Gold Band plays at the Morristown Festival on the Green 2016. Photo by Jeff Sovelove

Morris Music Men, Heart of Gold Band sing at Morristown Festival on the Green

Video highlights of music from Sunday.

Kristin Chenoweth in Morristown : Just as Pop-u-ler the second time around

Kristin Chenoweth in Morristown : Just as Pop-u-ler the second time around

Pound for pound–certainly, inch-for-inch–the 4-foot-11 Oklahoman must rank among the most dynamic entertainers anywhere.

Black Lives Matter candlelight vigil in Morristown. Photo by Pamela Babcock

Black Lives Matter vigil: Making an example of Morristown

Civic leaders, clergy, cops and officials continue their dialog, in hopes of averting the tragedies rocking other communities across the country.

'YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO WALK INTO.' Morris Township Police Chief John McGuinness accepts proclamation from Committeemen Peter Mancuso and Bruce Sisler. Photo via Friends of Televised Access in Morris Township.

Thin blue line to mark Morris Township support for police

‘You never know what you’re going to walk into,” Police Chief John McGuinness said.

Slide fun at Community Family Day 2016. Photo by Bill Lescohier.

Video: From the stage of Morristown Community Family Day

Check out these performers from the weekend festivities.

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