Police: Morris Plains man slams into Morristown store, flees wrong way, then smashes parked car

This vacant Market Street storefront sustained heavy damage when a car sailed through it. The incident remains under investigation. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The suspect, who allegedly told police he had consumed 12 beers, had to be handcuffed to a stretcher for the ambulance ride to the hospital.

One-word review of Doctor Who radio show at Morristown library

Eighth-graders Harry McLaughlin and Topher Bashant and sixth-grader Lachlan Strain draw their Sonic Screwdrivers, at Radio Raconteur presentation of Dr. Who at the Morristown & Township Library. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Whovians time-traveled to the library on Friday. We can safely report: This was no Teenage Wasteland.

Sandy Hook cyclists, year three, in Morristown: ‘Second Amendment does not trump right to live’

Team 26 cyclists approach Morristown town hall. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Enough is enough, say these cyclists, who vow to keep saying it until Washington listens.

Pedestrian accident and ‘drive-through’ storefront crash have kept police busy in Morristown

This vacant Market Street storefront sustained heavy damage when a car sailed through it. The incident remains under investigation. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Twin strokes of luck: A car collision with a pedestrian was as at low speed. And nobody was home when another car turned a storefront into a drive-through.

Food drive in Morristown, March 28

The Masonic Center in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Nonperishable items will be collected from 10 am to 2 pm.

Looking for bargains? This Morristown rummage sale has ‘em, March 28

Fine dining items at the Morristown United Methodist Church 2015 rummage sale, Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Kitchenware, jewelry, sporting goods, electronics, toys, furniture — you name it, they’ve got it.

Video updates for Preserve Greystone public meeting, April 1 in Morristown

preserve greystone flyer april 1, 2015

These stunning videos make an eloquent case for preserving a chunk of history that some would prefer to forget.

On a Roll: Join ‘Bobke,’ former pro cyclist, on Morristown ride, March 27

Bob Roll. Photo: BobRoll.com

Roll with Bob, the cycling commentator and former pro racer.

Life imitates art — to a point — as ‘Grease’ shimmies into Morristown High this weekend

P.D.A.: Jeremy Palmer's personal display of affection is rebuffed by Maddie Humphrey in 'Grease' at Morristown High, 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Or does art imitate life?

Folk Project, Trustees of the Green, Morristown Partnership among arts honorees

Mike Agranoff of the Folk Project sings at Morris Arts 2015 awards. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Every public nickel spent on the arts generates a dollar of economic benefits, according to Tom Werder of Morris Arts. All we know is life would be pretty dull without these folks.