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1 hr ago | Patch.com
Sustainable Morristown's Paul Miller was a bright spot at Tuesday's meeting of the Morristown Mayor and Council as he brought with him news that due to some smart choices made at auction, the town will be saving approximately $65,000 in electric costs over the next year.
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4 hrs ago | NorthJersey.com
North Jersey residents will soon be able to earn bachelor's degrees from Rutgers University without traveling to Newark or New Brunswick.
8 hrs ago | The Newark Star-Ledger
Roman Pacheco, right, is accused of murder, and Julian Mero is accused of aggravated assault, in the beating of Edwin Alexander Chavez outside a Dover bar in 2011.A pretrial hearing is under way for Pacheco.
10 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Police departments throughout the county will be cracking down on drunk and otherwise impaired drivers starting Dec. 13, and continuing through September 2014, according to an announcement from Acting Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp and Chief of Investigations John R. Speirs.
14 hrs ago | Patch.com
In their final meeting of 2013, the Morris School District Board of Education put Scott White, the new director of guidance on the spot as he shared an update on the advanced placement picture for Morristown High School.
16 hrs ago | Morristown Green
Morristown residents can ride out the storm-or rather, their cars can-at no charge inside parking garages operated by the Morristown Parking Authority.
18 hrs ago | NJ.com
The line to get in is like a subway crowd, pushed up and onto the platform. Cars in the parking lot - and overflow parking lot - glisten in the afternoon sun.
A former Morris County business administrator says he lost his job because of a dispute regarding the contract of former Parsippany School Superintendent LeRoy Seitz, according to a lawsuit made public last Friday in Superior Court in Morristown, reported by NJ.com.
A sizeable collection of cornucopias, cotton Santas, tussie-mussies , fans and scrap tinsel ornaments are carefully stored in the attic from year to year, donated over two decades by the children who made them.
Join them in celebrating Judaism through rituals that reflect tradition in ways consistent with modern culture and beliefs.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and TRAFFIC co-founding member is heading out on the road in the new year with an exciting new project billed as "DAVE MASON'S TRAFFIC JAM."
A former employee of Taco Truck has filed a lawsuit against the company alleging that it overworked employees without properly paying them.
The event features limited edition jewelry, fashion and accessories, furniture, and home decor pieces, as well as functional and sculptural work in ceramics, glass, metal, painting, photography, wood and mixed media.
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.
It might not be winter on the calendar yet, but the first significant weather event of the season has moved into our area and thus far it is causing a series of fender benders throughout Morris County.
"A lot of important things were discussed here. We have a lot of homework," Planner Phil Abramson of Jonathan Rose Companies said after town officials and residents voiced concerns that the Planning board member Debbie Gottsleben was especially vexed by a recommendation that would enable churches and schools to build or expand in all zones.
Take a look at some of the best in photographs sent to the Suburban News during the week of Dec. 2-6, 2013.