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CSE welcomes The Budgetnista to campus

Tiffany Aliche, known as The Budgetnista, travels the world educating people about personal finances and how to be successful with money management.
Audience outside Morristown's Church of the Redeemer for March 17, 2019, vigil remembering Muslims murdered in New Zealand. Photo by Marion Filler

Muslims mourn at an Episcopal church: ‘This is what love looks like,’ in Morristown

"To God we belong and to God we return," begins a prayer for the dead, recited by a local imam in memory of 50 persons slain at a pair of mosques in Christchurch, N.Z.
Morris Sheriff James Gannon, center, at unity rally near Boonton mosque, March 17, 2019. Photo courtesy of sheriff's office.

Morris sheriff, congresswoman join throng at Boonton unity walk for New Zealand terror victims

Hundreds marched to show solidarity with Muslims here and around the world.
Vigil poster Redeemer

Morristown’s Church of the Redeemer to hold vigil for Muslims and New Zealand, March...

This tragedy hits especially close to home for Rector Cynthia Black.
Young activist at Youth Climate Strike in Morristown, March 15, 2019. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘We can’t be ignored’: Youth Climate Strike in Morristown presses pols to confront climate...

Thousands of students around the world staged rallies. But students from Morristown sat this one out.
People role-playing at the STAR simulation are returned to jail for violating terms of their release or not being able to pay fines. Photo by Peggy Wright, Morris County Sheriff's Office

Life as an ex-con: Public gets taste of harsh reality at Morris sheriff’s simulation

If you think it's hard to get ahead, imagine having a criminal record on your resume.

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Young activist at Youth Climate Strike in Morristown, March 15, 2019. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘We can’t be ignored’: Youth Climate Strike in Morristown presses pols to confront climate change

Thousands of students around the world staged rallies. But students from Morristown sat this one out.
Seeing Unseen exhibition poster Morris Arts

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Don’t worry about the Ides of March!

From art openings to Celtic music to steampunk, there is plenty to keep you smiling come St. Patrick's Day--even if your eyes aren't Irish.
GOLDEN GIRLS: (L-R) Dr. Bette Simmons, Christina Ledford, Kylee Strasser, Nya Federoff, Anna Cliche and Betty Garger, CEO,Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey. March 2, 2019. Photo courtesy of Kim Strasser

Four Morristown High students receive Girl Scouts’ top honor–and challenges

It's a proud achievement. But it's only the beginning, says a Girl Scout official.