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Randolph man accused of throwing hot coffee at clerk in mask incident not ‘violent...

At most, this is a case of 'incidental splashing,' according to the defendant's lawyer.

State charges five more people in Morristown-based ‘straw donor’ probe

The sister of a previously charged defendant, Elizabeth Valandingham, is among those named in the new complaints.

Our Virtual 2020 Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival: Spread out your beach blanket

There ain't nothing like the real thing. So this will have to do, until we have a coronavirus vaccine.

Morris Township officials to state: Make JCP&L reimburse customers, and improve infrastructure, communications after...

At one point, 63 percent of the Township lost electricity. Some homes were dark for nearly a week.

Morris Freeholders oppose mail-in balloting, suggest multiple voting days, outdoor venues for November

The Freeholders cited concerns about voter fraud and disenfranchisement, technology and expenses.

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Our Virtual 2020 Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival: Spread out your beach blanket

There ain't nothing like the real thing. So this will have to do, until we have a coronavirus vaccine.

Attorney General says hanging death of Black man will get thorough investigation from Morris Prosecutor

The Amani Kildea case 'remains very active and ongoing,' according to the Morris prosecutor's office.

A.G.: Pandemic may slow investigation of police shooting in Morris Township

Timothy O'Shea was seen holding a type of pistol that fires plastic projectiles during his fatal encounter with police, according to the office of Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.

No luck of the Irish for Morris County St. Patrick’s Parade: September do-over is scrapped

The parade will try again on March 13, 2021 -- if the coronavirus is under control.
Morristown High School freshman Chris Gordon gets a video lesson from broadcasting teacher Mike Butler. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Beloved broadcasting teacher calls it a career at Morristown High; pandemic ‘too risky’

Mike Butler taught broadcasting, oversaw the Colonial Corner sports and news shows, and launched a school film festival that ran for seven years. His students took top honors twice in a statewide film competition.