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Morristown gives early OK to 89 apartments at train station
MORRISTOWN - The town is in the process of adding another mixed-use apartment building, this one to replace the parking lot behind the train station. The Town Council voted unanimously Thursday to adopt a redevelopment plan for a five-story, 89-unit apartment complex that would feature up to 4,700 s
Here are the Finalists who will compete in Morristown Onstage, Feb. 27 at MPAC
Here they are: Your contestants for Morristown Onstage 2019!. From dozens of hopefuls who auditioned on Saturday, the Morris Educational Foundation has chosen 15 amateur acts to compete for prize money and bragging rights at the Mayo Performing Arts Center on Feb. 27, in a benefit for programs in th
Chief Demnitz suspended in Morristown
MORRISTOWN - Police Chief Peter Demnitz has been suspended with pay as of Tuesday, Dec. 18, according to Public Safety Director Michael Corcoran. Corcoran did not give a reason for the suspension.
Job fair planned in Budd Lake
MOUNT OLIVE TWP. – A job fair featuring more than a dozen businesses is planned for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 9, at the Holiday Inn, 1000 International Drive, Budd Lake.
Former Morris Co. Substitute Gets 10-Year Sentence For Child Porn
MANCHESTER, NJ — A registered sex offender who previously worked as a substitute teacher in Morris County has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for distributing child pornography, Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer announced Monday.
Court Appearance For Driver In Deadly Paramus School Bus Crash
MORRISTOWN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – The bus driver involved in the deadly Paramus, N.J. field trip tragedy is due in court Monday. The crash took place on Route 80 on May 17th, killing a 10-year-old Miranda Vargas and teacher Jennifer Williamson Kennedy.
More pre-school slots available in Morris School District; registrations in January
Pre-K in New Jersey can be just as difficult, depending on your location. The Morris School District has gotten a break with additional state funds, and now receives more than $1 million annually–the most awarded in Morris County– towards pre-school education.
Lowe's Signs Lease For Hanover Location
HANOVER, NJ — It's official: Lowe's is coming to Hanover. The store signed a lease agreement to open up on Hanover Ave sometime in 2019. The home improvement store was approved by the Hanover planning board in April, shortly after the plans for a BJs fell through. Officials weren't sure what caused
Toy Soldier Statue Stolen From the Morristown Green; Help Find the Grinch Who Did it
MORRISTOWN, NJ - A six foot tall toy soldier statue that was being used as a decoration for the Christmas Festival on the Morristown Green has been stolen, said the Morristown Police Department.
Energybox rolls out newest software platform
Morristown, N.J.-based Energybox, has a new software platform to monitor food temperatures and other data at multiple locations. The new software that allows businesses to keep track of their multiple locations with real-time alerts via email or text, allowing improved efficiency and real-time equip
Summit Resident Wins Shop Summit Passport Grand Prize
SUMMIT, NJ - Resident Alicia Broughel has $500 more to spend this holiday season as they is the Summit Downtown, Inc. (SDI) Grand Prize winner of the Shop Summit Passport program.
New Jersey is Now limiting the ability of law enforcement officers
Heather Darling, Heather is a layer from Morris County. Trenton NJ, N.J.S.A. 2C:39-3, the Statute recently amended to further limit the capacity of gun magazines is being interpreted to include that law enforcement officers are not permitted to possess “large-capacity magazines” capable of holding m
5 New Homes For Sale In The Morristown Area
MORRISTOWN, NJ — When you're looking for a new place, keeping tabs on all the latest listings can be an exhausting task. That's why we've gone ahead and done the initial work for you.
Aggressive Fox Attacked Dogs: Top Morris Co. News
MORRIS, NJ — We know you're busy. Between work, family, and everything else, sometimes you don't have time to keep up with the news. Patch has got you covered: here are some stories you might have missed this week.
A Christmas Memory with Janet, Hannah and Matthew Broderick in Morristown
It was “fruitcake weather” on Friday at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Morristown. Actor Matthew Broderick shared a stage with his sister, Rector Janet Broderick, to reprise last holiday season’s reading of Truman Capote’s A Christmas Memory.
"Hate Has No Home" at Congressman Frelinghuysen's Office on Move Out Day.....
MORRISTOWN, NJ - Friday December 14th was move out day for Congressman Frelinghuysen. As the final pieces of furniture and belongings came out of the Congressional office on Schuyler Place in Morristown, demonstrators entered the building. Like most Fridays of the past two years, the day was fraught
Rainy Week Ahead Of Christmas: Seven-Day Morris County Forecast
MORRIS COUNTY, NJ — Planning on running last minute Christmas errands this week? Bring an umbrella. The forecast calls for rain for much of the week, but it looks like it'll be too warm for snow. Check out the seven-day forecast here.
Talent abounds at tryouts for Morristown Onstage
If it’s December then it must be time for Morristown Onstage auditions. Dozens of amateur acts auditioned Saturday at Morristown High School in hopes of landing one of 16 coveted slots to compete for prize money and glory at the Mayo Performing Arts Center on Feb. 27, 2019.
Woman walking home pushed to the ground and raped in Queens
FAR ROCKAWAY, Queens (WABC) -- Police are searching for the man who raped a woman in Queens early Sunday morning. At 4:30 a.m., police received a call of an assault in the vicinity of Bayport Place and Augustina Avenue in Far Rockaway.
Video catches 'Grinch' stealing toy soldier from Morristown Green Christmas fest
Morristown police are hot on the trail of a cold-blooded thief who swiped a life-size toy soldier from the Christmas Festival display at the Morristown Green. The Grinch-level theft was captured on surveillance video that the Morristown Partnership business association released Friday in hopes that