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The inherent value of being a nurse

While Mark T. Williams, '04, spent more than 40 years working as a psychiatric nurse and tending to people with severe and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI), he never had any desire to become a doctor. Williams understood the inherent value of being a nurse.
Dick Dale at the Surf Club in Ortley Beach. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Long live the King: Down the Shore with the late Dick Dale, surf guitar...

Morristown Green made a road trip a few summers ago, catching a twilight god where he was born to play: The Surf Club.
The late Rev. Clarence B. Crawford, former pastor of Morristown's Bethel AME Church.

Morristown’s Bethel A.M.E. Church to remember late pastor, Clarence Crawford, March 22

He was widely known for his erudite preaching style and powerful imagery, the church says.

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Dick Dale at the Surf Club in Ortley Beach. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Long live the King: Down the Shore with the late Dick Dale, surf guitar great

Morristown Green made a road trip a few summers ago, catching a twilight god where he was born to play: The Surf Club.
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.