Collage on Broadway comes to Presbyterian Church in Morristown

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End your week with a touch of Broadway, on the Green.

Emotions Anonymous support group coming to Morristown

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Morristown, March 5, 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Feeling stressed? Anxious? Depressed? This free program offers help.

St. Peter’s Church offers new series of Monday worship services

The Boys and Girls Choirs of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Morristown.

These services will offer a different experience from Sunday morning worship.

Kenyon Choir bringing familiar voice to Morristown

The Kenyon College Choir.

Listen closely and you may recognize this singer.

More details on clothing needs of Elm Street fire victims

Aftermath of the Elm Street fire. Photo by Kenneth Hoffman

We’ll post more details as they become available.

Cub Scouts honor MLK by helping the poor at Morristown church

Cub Scout Pack 125 assembles toiletry bags for underprivileged guests at Bethel AME Church on MLK Day 2015. Photo by Berit Ollestad

‘I want the boys to have a clear understanding why they had the day off from school,’ the Cub Scout leader said on MLK Day.

Morristown’s Temple B’nai Or presents second annual ‘Wintertainment for Kids,’ Jan. 25

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Winter fun for kids returns this weekend with yoga, painting, video games and an interactive rock concert.

Morris superintendent, responding to pastor’s statement, says district schools fostered open discussion of Ferguson

Leonard Posey, president of the Morris School District board, listens as Acting Superintendent Catherine Mozak explains expansion plans for Morristown High. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The Morris School District says it encourages open classroom discussion about controversial events; a Morristown minister sees it differently.

Morristown celebrates Martin Luther King in song

The Community Choir at MLK Day 2015, Calvary Baptist Church. Photo by Bill lescohier

The Community Choir honored the civil rights leader with the beauty of shared voices.

Cory Booker tells Morristown MLK audience it’s time to speak up

Sen. Cory Booker addresses 30th annual Morris Interfaith Breakfast on Martin Luther King Day, 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

To truly honor Martin Luther King, Americans must shelve their differences and together start tackling tough problems of inequality and justice, said New Jersey’s junior senator.