Morris group ponders how to help Syrian refugees in face of Trump ban

R.A.M.P. meeting at St. Peter's in Morristown, Jan. 31, 2017. Photo by Leslie Raff

Meeting in Morristown, several dozen people plan a political response.

Temple B’nai Or art show to celebrate healing, Feb. 5 in Morristown

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A portion of proceeds from art sales will benefit Jersey Battered Women’s Services Inc.

Mt. Kemble Home in Morristown gets facelift, and more

The Mt. Kemble Home. Photo by Berit Ollestad

Renovations mean more women can live in this historic dwelling, which has sheltered those in need since 1883.

Minister tells Morristown MLK breakfast: ‘Trump does not espouse Christian values’

, who is running for election as leader of her national church organization.

Guests at the annual breakfast were urged to leave their comfort zones and press leaders to live up to the ideals of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Judge sides with Morris County for historic preservation of churches

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Spending tax dollars to preserve historically significant churches is within the spirit of the state and U.S. constitutions, the judge ruled.

Video: Fiery Festival of Lights in Morristown

PLAYING WITH FIRE: Keith Leaf at the 2016 Chanukah celebration on the Green. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Sights and sounds of Chanukah from around the Green.

Glowing Menorah, choir to herald Chanukah on the Morristown Green; community celebration Dec. 28

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A giant menorah, music, jelly doughnuts and a fire and light show are planned.

Canadian TV interviews Morris Township minister at Standing Rock

The Rev. Alison Miller speaks to the CBC near Sioux reservation in North Dakota.

‘We need to respect one another,’ The Rev. Alison Miller told the CBC.

Surviving Trump: Fears, prayers and pledges at Morristown service

Audience members jotted their feelings for a collage, at ‘Thanksgiving Against Fear’ in Morristown, Nov. 22, 2016. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘Going along to get along’ won’t protect civil rights, contends one minister.

Greater Morristown clergy plan ‘Thanksgiving Against Fear’ service, Nov. 22

Rector Cynthia Alloway lights candle for peace at post-election service at Morristown's Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Immigrants, African Americans, women, LGBT people and Muslims will be invited to speak.