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The Fender Stratocaster that Bob Dylan plugged in when he famously went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival sold Friday for nearly $1 million -- the highest price ever paid for a guitar at auction.
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.
ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP - A Morris County couple is working to build an environmentally friendly home in Rockaway Township and hoping to pave the way for future "green-minded" builders, but - before they get there - they're hoping like-minded individuals will help provide financial support toward the project.
Ayers is a pharmaceutical industry veteran, having served in both compliance and legal functions.
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.
Opera doesn't have to be big, it doesn't have to have massive sets or a chorus 100 strong.
In this undated photo provided by Christie's Auction House, the Fender Stratocaster a young Bob Dylan played at the historic 1965 Newport Folk Festival is shown.
Sixteen men and women were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates by Morris/Sussex Family Court Judge Catherine I. Enright Wednesday at the Morris County Courthouse in Morristown.
Harris will serve as the catering coordinator responsible for customer needs assessment, meeting food quality standards, strategic planning and coordination of resources and staff for ready to eat and gourmet selections, with custom menu planning and execution being his specialty, according to a press release from RoNetco.
The meals included potato latkes and chocolate Chanukah coins in recognition of Chanukah.
In a town with as long and storied a history as Morristown, anniversaries come and go on a daily basis.
Emergency crews from Mt. Olive, Flanders and Budd Lake, along with mutual aid agencies from surrounding towns turned out when a two-story colonial home on Flanders Netcong Road caught fire early Wednesday morning.
"This award is such a great honor for our family, our staff, and the community we have been a part of for so many years," said co-owner Walter Morris after accepting the award at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston.
A Montville man has been accused of sexually assaulting and threatening to kill a woman he was dating, according to Montville Police Chief Richard Cook and Acting Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp.
A Mount Olive Township , N.J., home was heavily damaged this morning in a fire -- the same day its new owner was set to move in.