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Morris Sheriff James Gannon

Sheriff Gannon to speak at Mrs. Wilson’s gala, May 22

The fundraiser benefits a Morristown halfway house that has helped women rebuild their lives for more than four decades.
GOP candidate Patrick Allocco waves solicitations from special interest groups, May 15, 2018. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Video: District 11 congressional candidates, from Morris Township forum

Democracy can be lonely ... unless you have video!
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Video: Morris Township residents, officials spar over affordable housing plans

Emotions were raw; residents say Township officials did not involve them in plans that could affect their home values.
The Rev. Carlye Hughes, Bishop-elect of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark.

Newark Episcopal Diocese votes in Morristown to elect first black bishop

Clergy and delegates gathered at St. Peter's to elect the next leader of the northern New Jersey diocese.
St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Photo: St. Peter's

St. Peter’s in Morristown will be Election Central, May 19

Don't expect any election shenanigans here. These candidates must answer to a higher authority.
Morristown Police Officer Keith Hudson, left, waits while attorneys confer with Superior Court Judge Louis Sceusi, May 17, 2018. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘Let the storm begin’: Whistle-blowing Morristown cop alleges hiring lapses and harassment

The defense attempts to turn the microscope onto the police chief's accuser, in day two of the civil trial.

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GOP candidate Patrick Allocco waves solicitations from special interest groups, May 15, 2018. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Video: District 11 congressional candidates, from Morris Township forum

Democracy can be lonely ... unless you have video!
video

Video: Morris Township residents, officials spar over affordable housing plans

Emotions were raw; residents say Township officials did not involve them in plans that could affect their home values.
Brett King of North Carolina with his Steam-Punk version of Apple's Siri, 'The Aetherologist,' at opening reception for 'Curious Characters' at the Morris Museum, March 15, 2018. King returns to lead the AutomataCon convention in may 2018. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Molière, Leno, and automatons, too

Ballet, Broadway, Batman...it's all here.
Margaret with sheep- shearing at Born to Be Shorn, May 2018. Photo by Jeff Sovelovevideo

Feeling sheepish at the Cooper Gristmill

You can't pull the wool over our eyes. But nice try!
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Revamped Open Stage grooms new generation of folkies, one show tune at a time, at Minstrel in Morris Township

The folk community isn't getting any younger. This venerable nonprofit is trying to change that.