Here comes Phase Two of Morristown’s Speedwell redevelopment, with linear park, laneway and art

Architectural drawing of proposed apartments for Phase Two of the Speedwell redevelopment.

Here’s what the next phase may look like.

Morristown police: Motorists should avoid portion of Macculloch Avenue

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Expect moderate delays for a few hours.

Video preview of ‘Les Mis’ in Morristown, May 29-31

Video preview of ‘Les Mis’ in Morristown, May 29-31

A sneak peek at the show, onstage and backstage.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Meet Me at Les Mis, and more

The Mayo Performing Arts Center will present a youth production of Les Mis in 2015.

Les Mis. Sidewalk fairs. Bears. Ghosts. Gen. Custer. Who could ask for anything more?

Ginty’s Irish Gifts, a Morristown landmark for three decades, is saying Slán

SISTER ACT: Mary Agnes Parker and Kathleen Ginty Hyland have owned Ginty's Irish Gifts for 32 years. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Two sisters have enjoyed the luck of the Irish as shopkeepers; they’ve enjoyed each other’s company even more.

Orson Welles series concludes with ‘Chimes of Midnight,’ May 27 in Morristown

orson welles, chimes of midnight

Here’s your last chance to wish this cinematic giant a happy 100th birthday.

Morris freeholders take their show on the road… sort of, to Morristown, May 27

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The Freeholders are coming! The Freeholders are coming!

Behind the scenes of ‘Les Mis’ in Morristown: A guy with golden ears

Audio engineer Stephan Wojtecki and his assistant, Angelique Mather, at the controls for 'Les Miserables' at MPAC. Photo by Kevin Coughlin, may 26, 2015

You won’t see Stephan Wojtecki onstage this weekend. But his presence will be felt.

Teen singer likes challenge of putting the ‘mis’ in ‘Les Miserables’ in Morristown, May 29-31

Ellie Baker, 17, will sing the role of Fantine in "Les Miserables' at MPAC. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Ellie Baker, 17, who radiates sunshine, is excited to play against type.

Marine fighter pilot from WWII and Korea reminds Morristown crowd about sacrifice

Marine Sgt. Richard Conti salutes WWII Marine fighter pilot George R. A. Johns. Photo by Katharine Boyle

George R.A. Johns, who flew combat missions in two wars, reminds us that freedom does not come cheap.