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Former Morristown Mayor Donald Cresitello, pictured at 2012 event at Morristown High School. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Cresitello appeals mayoral ballot disqualification, says voters should decide if he really lives in...

Calling himself "an iconic Morristown figure," the former mayor says voters deserve a choice in November. The Morris County Clerk says he doesn't live here anymore.

‘A man of vision…and friend to many’: Greater Morristown says goodbye to Michael Fabrizio

The town's movers and shakers paid their final respects to a man whose quiet presence will be felt for years to come.

Morris Township police ask for help finding missing teen

Laila Burton was last seen on June 18, 2021.

Morristown High graduation postponed until June 24

Students get a little extra time to practice their cap-tossing.

NJ Senate approves Pawar for judgeship; Morristown to tap Assembly Speaker’s firm to replace...

David Minchello has extensive municipal experience, says the town administrator. The attorney will be a contractor, not a town employee.

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‘A man of vision…and friend to many’: Greater Morristown says goodbye to Michael Fabrizio

The town's movers and shakers paid their final respects to a man whose quiet presence will be felt for years to come.

‘The definition of service’: Morris Township dedicates field in memory of Capt. Brian McNally

McNally set an example of service to inspire generations to come, said those who knew him.

‘Into the Light’: A Morristown opening, on an historic Juneteenth

A virtual exhibition of African American art aims to commemorate, not celebrate.

Morris Commissioners, Art in the Atrium to celebrate Juneteenth with virtual exhibit of Black art, June 19

The virtual exhibition can be viewed through Oct. 22, 2021. A kickoff event is set for June 19 at 3 pm outside The Artist Baker in Morristown.
Jim Boggia at the 2016 NJ Ukulele Festival. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Ukulele-sized Uke Fest returning to NJ, Aug. 20-22, starring Jim Boggia

A uke and a vaccine card, and you're good to go. But seating is limited, and tickets will go fast.

Video: Dougherty, Porras-Field talk about Morristown primary

'Negative campaigns' are in the eye of the campaigner, it appears.