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‘Angry’ over Floyd killing, New Jersey A.G. outlines policies to improve law enforcement here

New Jersey's top cop said four Minnesota officers have tarnished the profession, and the 'incredibly good work' of police here.

Rebuffed by the state, Morristown looks for creative ways to help restaurants expand outdoor...

Your dining experience soon may extend to side streets, parklets and parking lots.

Here’s what architects say M Station will look like in Morristown

A 'fly through' of drawings suggests how the office/ retail complex may look.
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Morristown police: Weekend march cancelled by organizers

Police pledged to work with the organizer 'to ensure a peaceful and safe event' in the near future.

Greater Morristown (virtual) weekend preview: Diversions…and reflections

Things to do, when you think you can't do anything.

Expert report maps out transformation of NJ’s troubled nursing home industry

Better monitoring and enforcement and more transparency are needed, according to this 100-page report. More than half of New Jersey's known coronavirus deaths have been in long-term care facilities.

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Grow It Green Morristown invites kids to visit the farm–via video

It's the next best thing to being there during the pandemic.

America is at crossroads of democracy and fascism, civil rights activist tell tells Morris vigil for George Floyd

It's up to America's youth to unite the nation, according to civil rights activist Larry Hamm.

Activists rally in Morristown, Morris Township, to demand justice for George Floyd

Activists demanded justice forcefully, but peacefully.

Commentary: Help retired fireman in Whippany in his fight against ALS

Two drugs in clinical trials offer hope to patients with Lou Gehrig's disease.
'Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it. It flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it.' -- Author unknown. Memorial Day

Memorial Day, in a pandemic: Morris Township honors America’s war dead in small ceremony

The event was not publicized to minimize the risk of spreading the coronavirus, said Mayor Cathy Wilson.

Video: A Memorial Day concert to remember in Morris Plains

There were no marching bands this year. But a borough musician captured the spirit of the holiday.