Friday, September 18, 2020

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‘I’ll never get away from this stuff,’ Bucco tells judge, in fiery dispute over...

A dispute over an estate has a state legislator and a fellow attorney trading strong charges.

‘Get Happy’: Stanley/Vezza/Kemble concert to celebrate MPAC reopening, Oct 2

The audience will be capped at 150 people, per Gov. Murphy's executive order. Face masks, temperature checks and social distancing are part of the program.

Free clothing bank outside Morristown church, Sept. 19

At the Presbyterian Parish House from 10 am to 11:30 am.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Burlesque dreams, and a return to MPAC

Looking for fun this weekend? Start right here.

Morris Township okays plan to make mall less strip-ish

Township officials hope the Morris Marketplace becomes a hangout for residents, who lack a downtown.

Judge denies release of man charged with Morristown stun gun rape

Brian K. Session has been denied a speedy trial, his public defender said. Not so fast, countered Superior Court Judge David Ironson .

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Commentary: Labor Day in the era of the coronavirus

In times of crisis, great leaders have been up to the challenge. The example of Labor Secretary Frances Perkins, from another desperate time, gives us hope on this Labor Day, the author contends.

‘They’re going to have to shoot me’: A cop’s son meets a tragic fate in Morris Township

Videos of Timothy O'Shea's last moments depict a tragic scenario with no easy answers.

Ukuleles in the Time of COVID: No fest this year… but here’s a video Smile

This goes out to anyone who is hurting.

‘Nothing has changed’ : Activists at Morristown Black Lives Matter march vow to continue quest for racial justice

It's been a long, hot summer. And activists said they will keep up the heat until there is racial justice, police accountability, and a more inclusive America.
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Pastor Dave to get ‘Fresh Traditional’ sendoff from Morristown church

The Rev. Dave Smazik and his wife Ann will be missed by many in Morristown, as they return to the midwest.