The schedule of Holy Week services at St. Peter’s in Morristown includes an Easter egg hunt for the younger set.
Morris Township’s rezoning of the Honeywell tract is valid, ruled a judge, paving the way for residential and commercial development, reports The Daily Record.
Morris Township’s proposed $35 million budget is up for adoption at 7 pm in the municipal building.
Alcohol and/or drugs may have contributed to a spectacular early morning crash on Sussex Avenue, according to Morris Township police, who are seeking witnesses.
Paving work will continue on James Street today, from South Street to Collins Drive. Motorists should anticipate delays and detours, Morristown police said.
Tough decisions are facing Joe Mahoney’s family.
New Jersey still has not recovered from Superstorm Sandy. A Union Beach couple will describe how the storm’s devastation tested–and strengthened– their faith, at a dinner next week in Morristown.
Two lanes are closed on southbound 287 in Morristown because of flooding, reports TransOptions.
Girl Scouts from across north Jersey came to Morristown this month in a relief effort for scouts in the typhoon-ravaged Philippines.
Don Henry and the duo Alathea came from Nashville for a benefit show on a Sunday night in Morristown that sent everyone home feeling good. Here are video highlights.
We don’t know how good they are with hammers and saws. But members of the mission group from Morristown’s United Methodist Church held their own as backup singers for a pair of hot Nashville acts this month.
Here is some toe-tapping whimsy to get you through the day, from Grover Kemble at The Minstrel.
Jazz guitar great Bucky Pizzarelli remains a crowd-pleaser at 88, as he proved at The Minstrel last Friday. How does he do it? Bucky’s answer is sure to confound the experts.
A new video highlights Superstorm Sandy relief efforts in Point Pleasant by youths from the Presbyterian Church in Morristown.
How do you feel about leaf blowers? Take this survey from a Morristown councilman.