Parade pageantry in the Community of Caring, Memorial Day 2015, from Hal Crosthwaite

Shrines rev it up at the 2015 Morris Plains Memorial Day Parade. Photo by Hal Crosthwaite

A photo safari on Speedwell Avenue.

Colorful closeups of Memorial Day in Morris Plains, by Katharine Boyle

PATRIOTIC POOCH in Morris Plains for Memorial Day 2015 ceremonies. Photo by Katharine Boyle

Lovely vignettes from a celebration of the way of life that America’s servicemen and women have protected so valiantly.

Another memorable Memorial Day parade in Morris Plains

Joey Clayton, 7, enjoys the ride of his life as Robin the Boy Wonder, in the 2015 Morris Plains Memorial Day Parade. Photo by Marie Pfeifer

On a clear, crisp morning, the borough went all-out to honor the fallen.

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.

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.

Look for real superhero in Batmobile at Morris Plains parade, May 23

Joey Clayton, a Batman fan, will get the ride of his young life in the Memorial Day Parade in Morris Plains. Photo courtesy of the Clayton family

Joey Clayton, 7, won’t let a brain tumor stop him from helping his idol, Batman, keep Speedwell Avenue safe on Saturday.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Bikes, best-sellers, ballet and beer beckon

bike walk beer poster 2015

There is something for everyone this weekend. Stop by our table and say hello at Festival Earth on Sunday!

Judge to Preserve Greystone: ‘I can’t help you’

'IRREPARABLE HARM' : Attorney James Sullivan Jr. argues for Preserve Greystone. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

With time ticking off the clock, Preserve Greystone’s Hail Mary pass fell short on Wednesday.

Commentary: No good reason for tearing down Greystone

John Huebner, president of Preserve Greystone. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Opinion: The Kirkbride Building’s untimely destruction only feeds the unfortunate stigma still associated with mental illness.

Morris Township environmental commission to review residential plans for Honeywell site, May 14

The Honeywell site in Morris Township. Photo: Google Earth.

Redevelopment plans for the Honeywell tract are ready for another round of study.