Facing the unthinkable: Newtown shooting survivor to address Morris forum

Kaitlin Roig-Debellis survived the 2012 school massacre in Newtown, CT.

The ‘Active Shooter Response Summit’ is free, but registration is required.

Morristown greets Team 26, and its gun-reform message, for a fourth year

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Cyclists carry their message to Congress again, hoping it will be heard this time.

Fourth annual Sandy Hook ride plans Morristown fundraiser, April 9, in quest for gun reforms

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A benefit dinner will honor a school psychologist slain in the 2012 massacre.

Sandy Hook cyclists, year three, in Morristown: ‘Second Amendment does not trump right to live’

Team 26 cyclists approach Morristown town hall. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Enough is enough, say these cyclists, who vow to keep saying it until Washington listens.

Newtown cyclists returning to Morristown on March 29, on third annual ride for gun reforms

Cyclists from Team 26 in Newtown, CT, leave Morristown en route to Washington after addressing residents about gun reform laws. Photo by Berit Ollestad

They refuse to let the children and teachers of Sandy Hook be forgotten.

Team 26 cyclists, after weekend stop in Morristown, arrive in DC

Team 26 cyclists, after weekend stop in Morristown, arrive in DC

Team 26 has completed its wintry bike ride from the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, to Capitol Hill in Washington to press for gun law reforms. Here are video highlights from the cyclists’ Morristown stop.

Daughter of Newtown victim calls for gun reforms as Team 26 stops in Morristown

Cyclists from Team 26 in Newtown, CT, leave Morristown en route to Washington after addressing residents about gun reform laws. Photo by Berit Ollestad

Cyclists from Newtown, CT, stopped in Morristown en route to Washington with their demand for gun law reforms. The daughter of an educator slain at the Sandy Hook Elementary School urged supporters to keep the pressure on Congress.

Daughter of Newtown victim to speak in Morristown on March 9, when cyclists from Sandy Hook bring gun reform message

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The daughter of a school psychologist killed in the 2012 Newtown, CT, massacre will speak in Morristown on Sunday, when 26 cyclists stop here en route from the Sandy Hook Elementary School to Washington DC.

Sandy Hook cyclists return to Morristown with gun reform message, March 9

'Team 26' visited Morristown from Newtown, CT, in 2013. The cyclists plan to return in March 2014. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘Team 26’ of Newtown, CT, will return to Morristown in March 2014 en route to Washington with its message of gun reform.

Morristown’s Redeemer to mark Newtown tragedy, Dec. 14

Candlelight vigil on the Morristown Green remembered children and teachers massacred in Newtown, CT. Photo by Bill Lescohierin

What happened to gun law reforms? One year after the massacre in Newtown, CT, residents will ask that question at Morristown’s Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. The ceremony is set for Dec. 14 at 4 pm.