‘From the CIA to the Triple A’ : Peter O’Hagan Jr. gets Marine sendoff in Morristown

Marines carry casket of retired Col. Peter J. O'Hagan Jr. in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Peter J. O’Hagan Jr. was many things to many people. But always, he was a Marine, eulogized Rep. Rodney Frelinguysen.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Derby divas and cage fighters, Scooby-Doo and the Easter Bunny

Ashia Cummings, 4, shows off her haul after Easter egg hunt at St. Peter's in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

From cage fighters and derby divas to Scooby Doo and the Easter Bunny, Greater Morristown offers something for everyone this holiday weekend.

Report: Morris Township rezoning of Honeywell tract upheld by judge

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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 committee set to approve budget, April 16

Morris Township’s proposed $35 million budget is up for adoption at 7 pm in the municipal building.

Morris Township police seek information about Sussex Avenue crash

The driver was seriously injured in this Sussex Avenue crash, which is being investigated by Morris Township police. Photo courtesy of the Morris Township police.

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.

Morristown police: More roadwork on James Street, April 16

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Paving work will continue on James Street today, from South Street to Collins Drive. Motorists should anticipate delays and detours, Morristown police said.

Morristown youth volunteers share stage with Nashville stars at Methodist Church

Mission group from the Morristown United Methodist Church sings with Don Henry. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

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.

From Nashville to Morristown: Don Henry and Alathea light up church

Songwriter Don Henry is flanked by Cristi Johnson Reilly and Mandee Radford of Alathea. Photo by Kevin Coughlin.

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.

Flooding blocks part of southbound Route 287 in Morristown

Two lanes are closed on southbound 287 in Morristown because of flooding, reports TransOptions.

Col. Peter J. O’Hagan Jr., Marine, mayor, freeholder mourned in Morris Township

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Col. Peter J. O’Hagan, a retired Marine whose many titles included mayor and police chief of Morris Township and Morris County freeholder, was remembered on Monday as ‘the epitome of a public servant.’