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4 hrs ago | The Black River News
The Morris County Historical Society presents "Parson Green's Remarkable Dream," a lecture by local historian and MCHS member Don Kiddoo, on Wednesday, March 19 at 2 p.m. at Acorn Hall.
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8 hrs ago | The Newark Star-Ledger
Morristown's Christian Rodriguez goes to play the puck as he keeps pressure against A.J. Albanese, of Chatham, in the 1st period during the NJSIAA Public B boys ice hockey semifinals at Mennen Arena in Morristown, NJ on 3/6/14.
9 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP - John Inglesino, who is providing a home to an 18-year-old Morris County woman suing her parents for support and tuition, is a well-connected attorney and former freeholder in Morris County.
13 hrs ago | Daily Record
Mount Olive homicide victim Patrick Gilhuly was on the telephone with his daughter describing a violent breakup with his girlfriend when the woman -- a fourth-grade teacher in Wharton -- allegedly opened fire on him with a .38-caliber handgun, according to an arrest affidavit.
14 hrs ago | Patch.com
Sharon Vernelas has officially filed a lawsuit against the Morris School District, six school officials, and three teens two years after her son, Lennon Vernelas Baldwin, committed suicide at age 15 in their Morris Township home.
18 hrs ago | The Daily Journal
He resigned amid scandal and is a key figure in the George Washington Bridge lane closures.
22 hrs ago | Morristown Green
Chew on some dinner theater with a message, talk crime with a fiction author or learn the finer points of the Dolceola.
Abendmusik, the concert series sponsored by Music@MUMC, continues its 2013-2014 season with a concert on Saturday ,March 8, 2014 at 7:30 pm featuring Paul Zeigler, Pianist.
A high school student suing her parents for living and school tuition costs has lost her first round in court.
Pictured here, Maria Garavente, Emily Patterson, Madeleine Vance, Olivia Nagpal, Justine Bennett, Teresa Garavente, Jillian Roche, Lindsay Osten, Erin Butterfield and Sarah Sontupe.
Enjoy traditional Japanese Taiko drumming with a 21st century attitude when Tao: Phoenix Rising comes to the Mayo Performing Arts Center, 100 South St., in Morristown on Friday, March 28, at 8 p.m. This sizzling performance combines explosive Taiko drumming, innovative choreography and extraordinary athleticism into a dynamic new take on an ancient ... (more)
A 28-year-old Morristown man is being held in the Morris County jail on $200,000 bail on charges of sexually assaulting a girl for nearly five years when she was between the ages of eight and 12. Criminal complaints filed in Superior Court, Morristown, by Morris County Prosecutor's Office Detective Bruce Lafera charge William Chavarria of an ... (more)
A priest applies ashes to the foreheads of Christians to signify an inner repentance in the sign of the cross, which the individual traditionally retains until it wears off.
"Does it make economic sense to move out of New Jersey?" That's the troubling repeat question from clients that led David Bugen, head of the wealth management firm RegentAtlantic in Morristown, N.J., to commission a study: " Exodus on the Parkway : Are Taxes Driving Wealthy Residents out of New Jersey?" "We were selfish," Bugen says.
Indeed, I believe it has been the worst winter in my memory. But as bad as it has been, we have received much support from our municipal and county governments to get us through the difficulties resulting from so much snow.
The staff of Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area in Montville will have a Full Moon Hike on April 15 at 7 p.m. People can experience the full 'pink' moon of the spring, named by the Native Americans for the wild ground phlox flowers in bloom at this time of year, according to the Morris County Park Commission.
A New Jersey family court judge ruled Tuesday that Rachel Canning's parents do not have to pay her high school tuition after she sued them to cover her schooling and living costs.