Greater Morristown weekend preview: Halloween is in the air

Grover Kemble as Jimmy Durante

Costumes, candy, movies, music. Who could ask for anything more?

‘Goldfinger’ kicks off 1964 film series at Morristown & Township Library, Oct. 29

goldfinger movie poster

It was a golden year for movies, starting with this one.

College of Saint Elizabeth hosts information session for health care programs, Nov. 11

Learn about CSE’s health care offerings.

Carolyn Dorfman is Homecoming Queen, at The Bickford Theatre

The Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company at the Bickford. Photo by Marie Pfeifer.

Her dance company has taken her around the world. On Sunday, the journey finally came full circle.

Halloween events in Greater Morristown

Sarah and Craig Klausen with Grace, 2, and Bowie, 6 months, at Halloween 2013 in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

No tricks here — just plenty of treats for Halloween lovers in Greater Morristown.

Greater Morristown says goodbye to Mickey Doyle, funeral director who sent many to their final rest

Funeral director Michael A. Doyle, better known as Mickey. He died this month at age 84.

Generations of local dignitaries have taken their last ride from Mickey Doyle’s funeral home on Maple Avenue in Morristown. On Monday, it was Mickey’s turn.

Forum: Next Morris schools superintendent should be fiscal watchdog who embraces diversity

Charlene Peterson of the state School Boards Association addresses parents about the search for a new superintendent for the Morris School District. Photo by Michael Leavey

Experience, fiscal prudence and an appreciation for diversity are essential for the district’s next leader, according to a public forum.

Greater Morristown Weekend Preview: Pumpkins, poems and pretty music

The third annual Pumpkin Illumination comes to Morristown on Oct. 28.

Greater Morristown has plenty to keep you busy this weekend.

Fighting Martians at the Morristown library

WHEN RADIO WAS KING: Raconteur Radio recreated the famous 1938 broadcast of 'The War of the Worlds' at the Morristown & Township Library. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Thank goodness America wasn’t using anti-bacterial hand soap when the Martians invaded in 1938.

The 2014 Morristown CraftMarket: Inspirations at every turn

'BLESSED ARE THOSE WHO HURT YOU' : Geraldo De-Souza of 'Everyday Bow Ties' of East Syracuse, NY, at the 2014 Morristown CraftMarket. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The clothes really DO make the man. Just ask Geraldo De-Souza, one of 160 fascinating artisans at this weekend’s craft show.