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3 hrs ago | Patch.com
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.
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Should PBS receive government funding?
4 hrs ago | Patch.com
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.
9 hrs ago | Morristown Green
"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.
11 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Take a look at some of the best in photographs sent to the Suburban News during the week of Dec. 2-6, 2013.
16 hrs ago | Patch.com
The automatic ticket dispensers aren't functioning, the seats are still careworn and uncomfortable and the speakers still sound blown out at big moments but the movies are back in Morristown and that is enough-for now.
20 hrs ago | Daily Record
Hundreds of area residents packed the Morristown Green last Sunday to kick off the holiday season.
The Morristown chapter of New Jersey Young Business Owners will be hosting a free "Open House" on Jan. 14 from 7-9 p.m. at Grasshopper Off the Green and will give established business owners as well as those just starting out the opportunity to meet and create a peer networking group.
State Superior Court Judge Thomas Weisenbeck, sitting in Morristown, also ruled that all legal fees for both the New Jersey Herald and Sparta resident Jesse Wolosky must be paid by the township.
Over three consecutive Mondays in November, poet BJ Ward worked with third and fourth grade students at The Red Oaks School in Morristown to reveal the wonders of language through poetry.
Former Parsippany Police Capt. James Carifi agreed Friday to let a court-appointed expert examine a computer hard drive onto which the township claims he unlawfully downloaded 957,342 pages of police reports and confidential documents this past March, right before he stopped working.
Ayers is a pharmaceutical industry veteran, having served in both compliance and legal functions.
A lawyer who once clerked for a state Supreme Court justice was given a suspended three-year sentence Friday on his guilty plea to using the Internet to try to seduce a person he believed was a 14-year-old girl but in reality was an undercover detective.
MORRISTOWN - Homelessness isn't always apparent in the third most affluent county in New Jersey, but it's there if you know where to look, said Lisa Falcone of the Mental Health Association of Morris County.
Numerous organizations sought to connect homeless individuals to social services Thursday as part of Project Homeless Connect, which took place at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Morristown.
Get into the holiday spirit at Macculloch Hall Historical Museum in Morristown this season as the museum presents its annual holiday-themed exhibit.
In a town with as long and storied a history as Morristown, anniversaries come and go on a daily basis.