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Morris Township police share video with tips for safe ride sharing

Actor Jason Alexander shares potentially life-saving advice, in memory of a college student killed by someone posing as a rideshare driver.

Morristown council gets budget…and prepares to condemn ‘blighted’ lumberyard for a park

The mayor says homeowners will see lower taxes, even though the municipal portion is increasing.

Commentary: What Morris Commissioners didn’t say about proposed Rt. 24 ramp

One town's development is another town's traffic, says the author, advocating for greater collaborations among towns.

Morristown mayoral candidates float housing plans, as Morris Together pushes county for Homeless Trust...

Morristown is in a housing crisis, and it's getting worse, according to a coalition of Morris County clergy and nonprofits.

COVID vaccine OK’d for younger ages. Here’s what it means for N.J. kids.

Shots for youths between ages 12 and 15 could start as soon as Wednesday, according to the governor.

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Morristown mayoral candidates to appear at Morris Together virtual kickoff, May 10

A nonpartisan coalition of religious congregations and nonprofits will propose policies impacting mental health, criminal justice reform and affordable housing.

Where are the flamingos? Foote’s Pond gets soggy celebration in Morristown

Officials and volunteers celebrated 24 acres of serenity, blocks from downtown.

Planning a staycation? Start with new Morris Tourism app

Here's a handy way to plan your next local getaway.

Therapy dogs get a park to call their own, at Whippany school

Dunkin, Gideon, Orbit and Mochi have become important members of the Calais School community.

‘Born to be Shorn’: Sheepish haircuts at Fosterfields in Morris Township

These critters are ready for summer fun in the sun.

Woman blamed for 9/11 notes COVID parallels, and glimmers of hope, at Great Conversations

The horrors of Sept. 11, 2001, seem like yesterday to millions who lived through them. But the last two decades have been very long for Virginia Buckingham, who was scapegoated for the terror attacks. Politicians and pundits who play the blame game destroy lives instead of solving problems, the author told guests at Thursday's virtual fundraiser for Morris Arts.