Avoid 'Extremely Slick' Roads, Officials Say
Less than 24-hours after the icy blast that delayed school with a quick jab of winter, a full-blown roundhouse of weather socked Morristown, Morris Township and Morris Plains with whipping snow and decreased visibility.
Free garage parking for Morristown residents during snowstorm;...
Morristown residents can ride out the storm-or rather, their cars can-at no charge inside parking garages operated by the Morristown Parking Authority.
The Jersey Journal
Impending snow closes many Morris County schools Tuesday
Many Morris County schools will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 10 due to impending snow and ice conditions.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Grandparents Sent Back to Kindergarten in Morris Plains
On the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, the kindergarten students and their grandparents along with other specially invited guests celebrated their annual Thanksgiving Feast at the Mountain Way School in Morris Plains.
Morris Plains Aces Violence, Vandalism and Substance Abuse Report
The New Jersey Department of Education on Thursday released its annual Violence, Vandalism and Substance Abuse in the Schools Report for 2012-13.
Sunday Snow Delays Monday Classes
The snow, sleet and freezing rain that moved into the area last night has pushed off the start of school for students in the Morris Plains and Morris School District, according to officials.
The Jersey Journal
Glimpse of History: One-stop shopping before supermarkets
MORRIS PLAINS - Hendrik Elzerman and an unidentified man stand in front of "The Store at the Corner" on Jaqui Avenue in Morris Plains in this circa-1915 photo.
Morris Plains native sells 'Hacker League' startup to tech company
A former Morris Plains resident turned long hours with pizza, energy drinks and lots of computers into a successful startup he recently sold, along with his college buddies, to a major tech company.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Who is the Morristown Area's Person of the Year 2013?
It is hard to believe that We're just weeks away from turning the calendar on 2013, a year in which we saw great accomplishments and, sadly, lost loved neighbors.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Green Beret visits school
Home for the holidays for the first time in six years, Sgt. 1st Class Timothy James "TJ" Hopkins is still answering the call of duty.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Not the same old same old
"Everything old is new again." Grover Kemble understands that sentiment. After performing for the past 40-plus years, the Morris Plains guitarist and vocalist has seen musical trends comes and go.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Jersey Journal
St. Clare's Health System donates $3,000 to Interfaith Food Pantry
Pictured, from left, are Interfaith Food Pantry Executive Director Rosemarie Gilmartin, St. Clarea s Marketing Manager Stephanie Galloway, St. Clarea s Director of Community Relations Cynthia Lyons, and Interfaith Food Pantry Director of Community Relations and Development Carolyn Lake, at the Interfaith Food Pantry in Morris Plains.
Morris Plains Vets Given Hope For the Holidays
On Thursday VFW Post 3401 Morris Plains kicked the holiday season into high gear by presenting a donation to Cornerstone Family Programs representatives and their veterans and veteran's families Hope for the Holidays Christmas Program.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Give the Cops Some Toys For Tots
Morris Plains Police Chief Scott Thompson and Morris Township Officer Heather Glogolich may work in two different departments, but both are looking for donations for the Toys for Tots program from area residents.
Par-Troy Club to Host Gift Wrapping Fundraiser
Things getting hectic as it gets closer to the holiday season? Save time and support a local organization this Saturday.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
What Should Replace Morris Plains ShopRite?
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably noticed the immense new ShopRite that sprung up on Hanover Avenue in Cedar Knolls last month.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Greystone May Be Salvaged by Nonprofit Saviors
At the last Parsippany council meeting, members of two nonprofit groups came forward in an attempt to save the centerpiece of the Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital.
GAF, Morris Plains Animal Clinic making Morris County business news
GAF makes commercial and residential roofing and has of nearly $3 billion, according to the company.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
No one in N.J. GOP is stepping up to challenge Booker in 2014
But no New Jersey Republican has jumped into the race for U.S. Senate next year, despite all the talk in October about how Democrat Cory Booker will be vulnerable because he "only" won by 11 percentage points, instead of the 20 points some polls showed.
Tree Lighting, Santa's Arrival Highlights Week Ahead
This weekend is firmly in our rear view mirror, but it isn't too early to start planning for next and nothing could be more exciting than welcoming the Christmas season to Morris Plains with the eighth annual tree lighting.