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MORRISTOWN - A 21-year-old Basking Ridge man is still in critical condition five days after he fell off a parking deck in an apparent suicide attempt, police said.
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AttorneyEdward Bilinkas talks with his client Mount Olive Police Officer Ryan Eastridge in Superior Court where he pleading guilty to charges of abstraction of the administration of law.
Roman Pacheco, at right, was found guilty of aggravated manslaughter in the death of Edwin Chavez.
This means families don't have to stress about putting a meal on the table and it gives families a chance to catch their breath and transition from their day into their support groups.
MORRISTOWN - Virginia Vertetis, a former fourth-grade teacher in Wharton, shot retired New York City police officer Patrick Gilhuley "multiple times" at her house in Mount Olive on March 3, a Morris County assistant prosecutor said at a bail hearing today.
Employees of Parsippany's Towers Watson got out of the office Wednesday and for good reason - helping those in need.
Tinc Road Elementary School's Brownie Troop 5056 raised funds and made charitable donations this year to 11th Hour Rescue in Mt.
An Allentown nightclub will be going out of business next month after the owner failed to pay multiple months of back rent payments.
Residents in the South Street area were a bit perturbed Tuesday night when they heard jackhammers at work around 10 p.m. But that was all part of the plan, according to a road construction project supervisor working for the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
Award-winning author Nick Flynn, will read from his work at the Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in a program sponsored by Morris Arts and Fairleigh Dickinson University's MFA Program in Creative Writing.
Local and county authorities are actively seeking a black man who allegedly tried touching a 17-year-old girl walking on the street, then throwing her mother to the ground before fleeing.
Rachel Canning, the teenager who moved out of her parents' home and then sued them for support and college costs, has gotten a domestic violence temporary restraining order against her Teen who sued parents files domestic order against beau MORRISTOWN, N.J. - Rachel Canning, the teenager who moved out of her parents' home and then sued them for ... (more)
Dr. Bette Simmons, vice president of Student Development and Enrollment Management at County College of Morris , and Robert Lipka, director of customized training solutions at CCM, recently received the Community College Spirit Award from the New Jersey Council of County Colleges .
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