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Kelly Kinsella's One Woman Comedy Show at Women's Theater Company
In conjunction with the Women's Theater Company's Cabaret Series, actor and comedian, Kelly Kinsella wil present her one person show titled, HOW TO DO A ONE PERSON SHOW at Parsippany Playhouse on April 25-27.
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Have you seen a bear lately?
A trio of black bears wandered through yards of Eyland Avenue homes in the Succasunna section Thursday afternoon, and Michael Sippel followed them to document part of their trip.
Take a walk among the wildflowers at Tourne County Park
The Emilie K. Hammond Wildflower Trail at Tourne County Park is home to over 200 varieties of wildflowers which thrive there because of its unique habitat.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Miami Herald
Ex-music firm controller indicted on theft charge
Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton continued his strong start with a double in the first inning and a 2-for-4 night against the Nationals.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
In case you missed it: 5 stories from Morris County and New Jersey this weekend
Start your week by catching up on the biggest news from around Morris County and New Jersey this weekend: Mother and son escape 4 a.m. Sunday house fire in Boonton.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Mother and son escape 4 a.m. Sunday house fire in Boonton
A mother and son escaped injury at 4 a.m. Sunday when they fled their home at 33 Union St. to escape a fire started by a pot left unattended on their kitchen stove, officials said.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Morris County Home Sales
1081 Knoll Road from Kunjithapathan Muthuvelayutham to Nakul Kasadwala and Roshanigent Ratanpara, $365,000.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Newark Star-Ledger
Morris freeholders approve another budget with 0 percent tax increase
Hank Lyon, chairman of the Morris County freeholders' budget committee, credited the reduction of 63 full-time employees for helping to avoid a tax increase.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Some egg-cellent ideas
From family festivals to egg hunts, there are plenty of ways to welcome the long-awaited arrival of spring and celebrate the Easter holiday in Morris County this month.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Rockaway Borough: Police Blotter, April 9
Rockaway Borough Police arrested Adam J. Zwoboda, 24, of Boonton, the night of March 18 on an active warrant out of Dover Joint Municipal Court, after a call to police requesting a welfare check.
NJ Transit Quiet Commute Program Expands to Off-Peak Hoboken Trains
NJ Transit is expanding its Quiet Commute program to off-peak trains that serve Hoboken Terminal.
Randolph's Hebrew Academy adding state-of-the-art building, changing name
The Hebrew Academy of Morris County, located on Dover Chester Road, recently purchased five acres of land next to its 12-acre campus, on which they plan to build the Gottesman RTW Academy.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Morristown Man Indicted for Allegedly Sexually Assaulting, Threatening Woman
A Morristown man has been indicted for allegedly sexually assaulting and threatening to kill a Boonton woman last April.
Morris County Home Sales
707 William St. from Mark Zimmerman to Sara Jaecks, $345,000. 2 Tories Ln from Pam Spencer to Magali Melendez, $572,000.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Morristown man charged with sex assault, threatening to kill woman
A Morristown resident was indicted Thursday on charges of sexually assaulting and threatening to kill a female acquaintance last year in Boonton.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Big Brothers Big Sisters bowl for a cause
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Morris, Bergen, Passaic and Sussex on Sunday held its annual bowl-a-thon, Bowl For Kids' Sake.
While you were sleeping: 5 big stories from overnight
Report: N.J. minority kids lag in well-being: New Jersey's Hispanic and African-American children are more likely to live in poverty and trail white and Asian-American kids in reading skills, obstacles that make it tougher to achieve lifelong success, according to a new report by a national foundation that focuses on children's issues.