Where’s Rodney? Hundreds pack Boonton mosque asking for their congressman

Cartoon version of Rodney Frelinghuysen stands in for Congressman at citizens town hall in Boonton, Feb. 21, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

A cartoon cutout stood in for Frelinghuysen.

Frelinghuysen to hold invitation-only phone meetings with constituents

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11th Dist.) accused Democrats of trying to 'take over one-sixth of the economy.'

The congressman says he will pursue ‘civil discourse’ over the phone.

Carla and Blaire, two sides of a musical coin in Greater Morristown

Blaire Reinhard leads her band, at the Frog, Feb. 17, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Do these blondes have more fun? Their fans certainly do.

Morristown High starts defense of hockey crown with win over Howell

Morristown High hockey team shares its trophy with fans at the Prudential Center. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The Colonials won’t have to travel far to chase their third title in four years.

Putting aside one president to remember another–the first one –with the Washington Association

Lamb's Artillery Co. and the 2nd NJ Regiment present colors at the 2017 meeting of the Washington Association of NJ. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

With a performance that any reality TV star would envy, George Washington saved the Revolution.

Forums, video planned as Morristown clergy and officials confront immigrant fears

Clergy members meet with Mayor Tim Dougherty (far right) to discuss immigration. L-R: The Rev. Sarah Green, Rev. Carol Patterson, Father Hernan Arias (standing), Rev. Brandon Cho, Rev. Cynthia Black. Photo courtesy of Mayor Tim Dougherty.

Clergy members say one challenge for town hall is crafting compassionate policies that don’t violate state and federal laws.

Harris ticket pledges diversity, inclusion, ‘caring’ for Morristown

From left, Esperanza Porras-Field, Michelle Duprée Harris, Jenna Gervasio and Maria Scumaci, at Harris slate campaign kickoff, Feb. 17, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

There were no shots across the bow from the challengers, who simply pledged to listen to residents.

Latino Coalition asks state, feds to close Unity Charter School in Morris Township

Unity Charter School banner

The school does not reflect the diversity of the Morris School District–and can’t match its academic performance, either, according to this nonprofit.

Congressional town hall meeting tracker

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Find out where your Representative is — or is not — holding town halls during the congressional recess.

Report: Two indicted in Morristown on charges of sexually abusing girl

The Morris County Courthouse. Photo: MorrisCountyNJ.gov

All three men charged in this case are undocumented immigrants, according to this account.