Morristown: Somewhere, over the rainbow

Morristown: Somewhere over the rainbow, May 22, 2015. Photo by Maureen Denman

Dublin? Guess again.

Podcast: ‘Good Vibrations’ loves friendship

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This week: An ode to friendship.

Giant Yard Sale in Morristown on May 30th

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Find just what you’ve been looking for–while supporting some worthy causes.

Believe it or Not: Ripley is Grand Marshal AND emcee of Morris Plains parade, May 23

Larry Ripley performs at A Taste of Morristown 2011. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

This guy does it all … except, maybe, cleaning up after the llamas.

Proposed Dunkin’ Donuts at gas station won’t worsen traffic, expert tells Morristown zoning board

Traffic expert Joseph Staigar testifies for a proposed Dunkin' Donuts. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Residents must wait until next month to question the applicant’s traffic expert.

Australian Archbishop to lead lecture series at St. Peter’s in Morristown

Archbishop Peter Carnley of Australia. Photo: Perth.Anglican.org

Described as ‘fearless,’ ‘incisive’ and ‘idiosyncratic,’ this prelate from Down Under will share his take on the Bible.

Memorial Day in Morristown, and the U.S. : A look back

Military Band rounding the Green in front of First Presbyterian Church, Memorial Day 1915.

Memorial Day is a time to honor the men and women of our armed forces who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.

Mark the date: ‘Meet Me in Morristown’ returns on May 28 for Season Two

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Looking to meet up with friends or family for some summery fun? Here is the place.

Shirley, you don’t want to miss this: Ms. Temple at Morris Museum, through May 24

Shirley Temple with Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson

Shirley Temple Black passed away last year at age 85. But an exhibit at the Morris Museum keeps alive memories of a cherubic little girl who brightened the Depression for millions of movie-goers.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Remembering our heroes on Memorial Day

Morris Plains residents and businesses decorated the parade route in red, white and blue in 2012. Photo by Sharon Sheridan

Time to welcome another summer… and remember everyone whose sacrifices have made our summers possible.