JCP&L investigating power outage in Morristown’ First Ward

Residents heard a boom an instant before power went out.

Capitol Steps in Morristown: You can’t make this stuff up…well, maybe just a little

Better to laugh than cry, right?

Frelinghuysen critics strategize in Morris Township

The new head of the House Appropriations Committee easily won his 12th term last November. But a citizens group is determined not to let him off so easy.

Judge sides with Morris County for historic preservation of churches

Spending tax dollars to preserve historically significant churches is within the spirit of the state and U.S. constitutions, the judge ruled.

Authorities investigate reports of gunshots in Chatham Township

One person is in custody. Investigators say the public is not in danger.

Coal and cookies: Protesters deliver healthcare message to Frelinghuysen’s office in Morristown

About 30 people urged the new chairman of the House Appropriations Committee not to repeal Obamacare unless he has a better plan.

Dreams have no shortcuts, record-setting astronaut Scott Kelly tells kids in Morristown

A pioneering spaceman shares down-to-earth advice with hundreds of schoolkids.

Ribbons for Hedda: Community, Lindsey Vonn, RU hoopsters rally behind brave Morris Township girl

Lots of good karma is flowing her way.

Police give all-clear after bomb scare at TJ School

Bomb-sniffing dogs searched the building, school officials said.

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Art in the Atrium: Looking good at 25

This showcase of African American fine art has come of age, after some early growing pains.

Mayor, at start of campaign year, declares Morristown in ‘best financial position ever’

He hasn’t made it official yet. But Tim Dougherty sounded on Tuesday like he’s primed for his third mayoral campaign.

Video fun from First Night Morris 2017

Dogs on ladders…Baseball with the Bard…Samurai Drums… Mellifluous Mozart…and more.

Video: The Kennedys promise Happy New Year at The Minstrel

Some musical sunshine to start your year.

Morris Sheriff Ed Rochford calls it a career, after more than half-century in law enforcement

When he started as a Morris Township cop, patrol cars has just received two-way radios.

Video: Fiery Festival of Lights in Morristown

Sights and sounds of Chanukah from around the Green.

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