4 hrs ago
New Jersey Herald
Witnesses testify in real estate scam trial
Opening statements were made and three witnesses appeared Tuesday in state Superior Court as the trial of Robert Kosch began on charges he rented out homes he didn't own, taking advantage of homeowners caught up in the housing bust. Kosch, of Bloomfield, is representing himself, and the trial opened with William Oake appearing as the new stand-by defense attorney.
18 hrs ago
Morristown church leads team effort for back-to-school supplies
Community volunteers, local businesses and nonprofits all came together recently at Morristown's Bethel A.M.E. Church to distribute back-to-school backpacks to about 100 families. Teresa Williams, left, of Bethel A.M.E. Church with a volunteer at Back-to-School backpack event.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
Three detail alleged sexual abuse by former Morris Boy Scout leader
MORRISTOWN - In often graphic testimony Monday, three men offered detailed accounts alleging they were sexually abused by a former Morris County Boy Scout leader when they were teenagers during the 1990s. The three former Scouts testified during a pretrial hearing in Superior Court in Morristown in which the prosecution is seeking permission to allow testimony that would show the circumstances and other activities related to the alleged sexual assaults committed by Stephen Corcoran, now 46, of Morris Plains, a former longtime leader of Parsippany-based Troop 173.
Malnourished Paterson rescue dog meets new Ramsey owners
A pit bull terrier who was found severely malnourished in a Paterson park last month looked like a brand new dog on Monday, nearly double in weight and happily seated in the lap of her new owner. Karla Barricella, of Ramsey, adopted Pocket, the six-month-old dog who was abandoned with her brother in East Side Park.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Shepherd mix looking for a second chance
MORRIS PLAINS - Summer is a 6-year-old German shepherd mix in the care of the Second Chance Pet Adoption League. Rescued from euthanasia, she is described as sweet and gentle.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Morris Township official airs concerns about proposed Morristown daycare center
At the start of Wednesday's hearing for a proposed daycare center, Morristown zoning board Chairman Cary Lloyd promised to let a Morris Township official testify early, to spare him from what promised to be a long evening. RUN AWAY! Morris Township Engineer Jim Slate fields question from Morristown resident, as developer Sam Samman watches.
Morris County remembers 9/11
Morris County marked the 13th anniversary of that terrible day last Sunday, at the September 11th Memorial in Parsippany. MorristownGreen.com contributor Berit Ollestad was there and recorded these scenes.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Morris District taps super from Denville until permanent hire is made; board pressed for openness
Catherine Mozak, Denville's former interim schools superintendent, will assume the same role for the Morris School District when Superintendent Thomas Ficarra steps down next month. Posey said he hopes a permanent successor can be hired during this school year.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Chihuahuas were rescued from hoarder
MORRIS PLAINS - Whitney, in the back, and Winona are young female Chihuahuas in the care of the Second Chance Pet Adoption League. Saved from a hoarding situation, they are timid on first meetings, but are very sweet and affectionate once they become familiar with people.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Parsippany: Police Blotter, Sept. 3, 2014
Parsippany Police responded to a home on Crown Point Road for a report of a burglary.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Depasquale, The Spa And Neiman Marcus Present "The Art Of The...
Morris Plains, NJ Many events take place leading up to New Jersey's biggest social event of the fall season such as The Far Hills Race Meeting .
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Greater Morristown Labor Day Weekend Preview: Ukes, bikes, backpacks and hoops
But that could make for a laborious Labor Day. Why not frolic instead in the municipal pools of Morristown, Morris Township or Morris Plains? You can think tropical thoughts as you strum a ukulele at a weekend uke fest.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
New Jersey Jewish News
Sirens and resilience on a mission to Israel NEW
He and four other representatives from Greater MetroWest began their mission on Aug. 17 at its Partnership2Gether communities in the Negev - Ofakim-Merchavim and Kibbutz Erez - "which have been particularly impacted by the war," Stone said.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
NBC New York
Starved Pup "Bugsy" Dies Day After Rescue: Officials
Two severely emaciated dogs were found inside a New Jersey park Monday morning, and authorities are looking for the person who apparently neglected and abused the puppies.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Morris Plains Rotary planning Labor Day Weekend blood drive, Aug. 30
The Morris Area Community Blood Program, sponsored by the Morris Plains Rotary Club , is holding a blood drive on Labor Day weekend to help with the severe blood shortage that is expected to occur as a result of the summer vacation season on top of the holiday weekend.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Greater Morristown weekend preview: Who needs the Shore?
It may be vacation time, but if you're not Shore-bound, there is plenty to do around Greater Morristown this weekend! Summer's winding down and you're starting to think about back-to-school shopping, right? Well, you're in luck.
Tue Aug 19, 2014