Harris ticket pledges diversity, inclusion, ‘caring’ for Morristown

From left, Esperanza Porras-Field, Michelle Duprée Harris, Jenna Gervasio and Maria Scumaci, at Harris slate campaign kickoff, Feb. 17, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

There were no shots across the bow from the challengers, who simply pledged to listen to residents.

Maria Scumaci’s American Dream now includes Morristown council race

Morristown council candidate Maria Scumaci

The candidate said she won’t accept campaign donations.

Morristown officials tell immigrants: You have nothing to fear from us

Police Chief Pete Demnitz tries to reassure immigrants. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Should undocumented immigrants be treated just like everyone else? The council heard both sides on Tuesday.

Jenna Gervasio, following family tradition, announces bid for Morristown council

Jenna Gervasio, council candidate.

She will try to follow her Republican grandfather and father into public service–as a Democrat.

Watch it here: Morristown council votes down bar expansion

Audience for council's Gran Cantina vote. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Dramatic moments in the continuing saga of Bar Wars.

Morristown council nixes bar expansion, saying downtown at saturation point

Iron Bar owner Jimmy Cavanaugh, far right, listens as the Morristown council rejects his liquor license expansion. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Expect an appeal, says the Iron Bar’s lawyer.

Videos: Residents, bar fans square off over second expansion of Iron Bar in Morristown

A large crowd came to Gran Cantina hearing, Jan. 31, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Welcome to the opening episode of Bar Wars 2017.

Bar Wars 2017: Morristown council hears another expansion plan from Iron Bar owner

Bar owner James Cavanaugh at Gran Cantina hearing, Jan. 31, 2017. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

To expand or not to expand, that is the question.

Morristown to pursue 11 acres near Foote’s Pond; also will press battle over South Street bar

Religious statue at Loyola Jesuit Center, which is selling some land. Photo: Loyola website

The town hopes to buy land from a Jesuit order… and reimpose curfews on the Revolution bar.

Cheers, tears at appointment in Morristown

THANKS, MOM! Emily Byrne hugs her son, Bill Byrne, at swearing-in ceremony, as Morristown Council President Stefan Armington applauds. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

For years, Bill Byrne has crusaded for the disabled. Now he’ll go to bat for tenants.