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Greater Morristown weekend preview: Sidewalk jazz, croquet and Weird Al

Meet Me in Morristown–or rather, Meet Us in Morristown–kicks off four days of fun in (and out of) the sun.

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Podcast: ‘Good Vibrations’ takes a chakra ride with Janet Conner

Lay down all thoughts, surrender to the void– John Lennon, ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’

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Case against ex-Boy Scout leader accused of abusing 3 Scouts gets back on track

A Morris Plains man accused of sexual abuse as a Scout leader has a new lawyer.

Man’s precious artifacts survived Nazis in Europe, but not a bank in N.J., lawsuit says

Children of a former Morristown High School teacher fear they never will recover items their late father took with him when he fled France in World War II.

John Cunningham and his friend Judy Kendall at 2010 season opener of the Community Theatre in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

A different kind of love story: Remembering Judy Kendall in Morristown; service set for Aug. 1

She helped shape a generation of young minds in Mount Olive, and then helped Morristown author John Cunningham shape his legacy in his tenth decade.

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Man charged with bringing handguns, hollow-point ammo to Morristown office building

Authorities say the suspect had been “acting suspiciously.”

The culprit: A downed signal causes traffic backups in Morristown. Photo by Kendra Arnold

Downed traffic light snarling traffic at Madison Avenue and South Street in Morristown

Motorists should avoid this intersection on Thursday afternoon.

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‘Meet Me in Morristown’ rescheduled for July 31 because of forecast

The sidewalks should be much dryer on Friday– which is when this event now will occur.

Firefighter hands item to homeowner Steve Hoeffner after morning fire damaged his kitchen area. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Morristown firemen contain Market Street fire; another tough day for former meat merchant

The former owner of a popular butcher shop came home from some errands to find an unpleasant surprise.

Morristown Officer Brendan Briscoe with his body cam. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

What you need to know about police body cams and your rights in N.J.

As we reported previously, Morristown is ahead of the curve with police body cameras. Now the state has come up with rules for their use — and some law enforcement groups and open government advocates are not happy.

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The Minstrel is about to embark on its next 40 years. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Video: One of the greatest songs ever, by the guy who wrote it

You may not know Tom Paxton. But chances are, you know his song.

Firefighter battling deadly fire on Pine Street, July 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Video: A song for the firemen

Tom Paxton sings ‘The Bravest’ at The Minstrel’s 40th anniversary concert.

Tim Sevener manages a ukulele bass and a kazoo, a combination rarely, if ever, seen, let alone heard, at Folk Project celebration of Minstrel series 40th birthday. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Video: Paxton winds down as Minstrel series catches second wind

Tom Paxton has played all kinds of places over the last 55 years. Turns out our very own Minstrel series was what he was looking for all along.

Behind the Music: A song for the volunteers

Behind the Music: A song for the volunteers

They are the secret sauce behind 40 years of tasty concerts at The Minstrel. Here is their saucy take on the matter.

Tom Paxton sings at 40th anniversary of The Minstrel Acoustic Concert Series. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Video: Tom Paxton zings Trump, sings for GOP, at Minstrel bash

The campaign trail is going to miss this guy…

Members of Barynya dance at Music Beyond Borders.Photo by Katharine Boyle

‘We are the same blood’ : Russians and Ukrainians perform together–in Morristown

Sixteen months after the Russian invasion of Crimea, Russian and Ukrainian performers together celebrated Ukrainian culture on the Green.

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