Friday Apr 18
Greystone supporters gather for final preservation push
They came not to bury Greystone, but to preserve it. Members and supporters of Preserve Greystone packed a room at the Morristown and Morris Township Library on Thursday for its official annual meeting, where the discussion was dominated by the pending demolition of Greystone's iconic Kirkbride Building.
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Friday Apr 18
The Jersey Journal
Morris Plains Scout helps beautify church to earn Eagle
MORRIS PLAINS - Boy Scout Christopher Swanson, a member of Troop 39, kept his parish, Notre Dame of Mount Carmel Church in Cedar Knolls, in his thoughts when planning his project to earn his Eagle Award, the Boy Scouts' highest honor.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Morris Plains Museum Exhibit Celebrates New Jersey's 350th Anniversary
Morris Plains: The new exhibits now on display at the Morris Plains Museum have a little something for everyone! The volunteers of the Morris Plains Museum Association have finalized a mulit-faceted exhibit in honor of the 350th Anniversary of the founding of the State of New Jersey.
Former NJ Drug Execs Sentenced in Stock Scheme
Two former pharmaceutical and medical technology firm executives have been sentenced for their involvement in an insider trading scheme.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Former Sanofi exec sentenced to 16 months in prison for insider trading
A former Sanofi executive who cooperated with prosecutors got 16 months in prison for his role in an insider-trading ring that made $1.4 million in profit off pharmaceutical and medical technology company tips.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Gloucester Township School District to Consider Ending Middle School Summer Classes
By Aris M Theofanopoulos The three Gloucester Township middle schools may soon discontinue providing summer classes for failing students under a proposal introduced during the Board of Education's meeting Monday night at the district's administration building.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
You can't recycle this Penny, though many in Morris County wish they could
"There is no replacing Penny," said Liz Sweedy, choking back tears at Friday's 26th Annual Morris County Recycling Awards Dinner at the Hanover Manor.
PHOTOS: Tackle the Trail 5K, 1-mile fitness and dog walk in Morris Plains
Early in the morning Sunday, hundreds of runners and walkers set off on a cross country-style course as part of the Tackle the Trail 5K and 1-Mile Fitness/Dog Walk at Central Park of Morris County in Morris Plains.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Morris Plains troop welcomes newest Eagle Scout
Boy Scout Troop 39 of Morris Plains recently held a Court of Honor to recognize its newest Eagle Scout, Christopher Swanson of Morris Plains.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Documentary couple preserve Greystone ahead of wrecking ball
Instead of plumbing the briny deep to film the barnacled carcass of the Titanic, documentary-makers Rusty Tagliareni and Christina Mathews explore above-ground shipwrecks, forgotten places with histories just as sad.
Colliers, Fette making Morris County Business News
The multi-tenant office building was sold to local real estate investor and developer JMF Properties Group.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Insider Trading Scheme Gets Morris Plains Man 9 Months in Prison
A Morris Plains man was sentenced to nine months in prison Wednesday for his role in an insider trading scheme that lasted five years, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman announced.
NJ men sentenced for roles in insider trading case
Two New Jersey men who prosecutors say were primary players in a network that illegally traded on insider tips from pharmaceutical executives have been sentenced to prison.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Paterson firefighter adopts dog rescued from face of cliff
"She looks like an Easter bunny with the red skin," said Paul DiFalco, a Little Falls resident who came to the Animal Clinic of Morris Plains on Sunday with his wife and two children.
Marist Red Foxes
Men's 6,000-Meter Relay Breaks School Record
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. The Marist men's track & field 6,000-meter relay team of sophomore Patrick Rynkowski , junior Ken Walshak , graduate student Billy Posch and senior Nick Salek set a school record at the Colonial Relays on Saturday.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Tear down the walls
If a day goes by that don't change some of your old notions for new ones, that is just about like trying to milk a dead cow.
The Jersey Journal
Your Money: The smart way to pay for college, get aid
Which assets you use to pay for college tuition will impact the financial aid package you're offered Q. My wife and I have money saved for our daughter's college both in 529 plans and in regular Certificates of Deposit .
Denville Bagels Finagle home of the Cronagle
There's plenty of room to enjoy a leisurely breakfast or lunch at the newly opened Bagels Finagle on Route 46 East in Denville.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Morristown's Got Talent raises record $70,000 for educational programs
MORRISTOWN - The Morris Educational Foundation's annual amateur talent contest raised more than $70,000 this year, the most ever in the show's seven-year history, organizers announced Monday.