Morristown is a Revolutionary town, and something revolutionary happened Thursday in town hall: Two men got married.
Lock your doors and windows. Report anyone who looks suspicious. Start a neighborhood watch. These crime-fighting tips sound too obvious to bother mentioning. Yet they are overlooked all too often, Morristown Police Chief Pete Demnitz said on Thursday, at a meeting where concerned residents nearly were outnumbered by officials and dignitaries, including two mayoral candidates. […]
In their first joint statement of the 2013 fall campaign, Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty and his council slate cited re-election themes of “transparency in government, stable taxes, smart development, improved vacancy rates in the business district, [and] upgrades to the police force and the town master plan,” and pledged to wage a “positive campaign effort.” […]
Saturday is going to be a BIG day for little kids in Morristown. Volunteers are primed to build a playground designed by preschoolers at the Morristown Neighborhood House. And a morning of fun bicycling activities is planned for the Mayor’s Kid Fondo, a mini-version of Sunday’s Gran Fondo New Jersey, a mega-cycling event entering its […]
Chris and Christine Bitler love Morristown. But after 11 years, they are ready to pack their bags. Their Phoenix Avenue neighborhood is growing too dangerous, they say. “Four thugs” recently chased a teenager through their yard–at 5 o’clock in the afternoon. Moments later, Christine watched the victim stagger back from Cobb Place. “I never encountered […]