Bank Robbed, Anti-Gun Rally, Perfect SATs Top Area News
Also, Morristown's governing body authorizes a Shade Tree Commission and a Morris Plains resident opens a new dance school.
Authorities are looking for a man caught on camera allegedly robbing the Morris Plains JP Morgan Chase Bank at 1711 Route 10 Monday night.
State Sen. Barbara Buono joined Morristown Mayor Timothy Dougherty, local religious leaders and more than 100 people for a vigil and rally against gun violence on the Green Thursday.
A Morristown teen who was charged in April with lying to police about whether he was present during the robbery of a Morris Township teen who later committed suicide pleaded guilty Monday to a charge of obstruction of justice, according to a Daily Record report.
A Morris Plains resident has opened a new competition dance school in Parsippany.
“We’re all really shocked,” said the Rev. Lancelot Reis, pastor of St. Virgil's Church in Morris Plains and St. Virgil's Academy.
Seniors Brett Harvey and Catherine Wong, who are two of only 360 students nationwide to achieve perfect scores, were among the many high school students honored during a commendation ceremony at this week's meeting of the Morris School District Board of Education.
The Morristown Council unanimously approved an ordinance authorizing a Shade Tree Commission at their Tuesday meeting.
Morris Township Police responded to a reported home burglary on Normandy Parkway near Featherleigh Road. A police statement said forced entry was gained through a rear door, and several valuable items were removed from the master bedroom.
A Morristown man and finalist in the upcoming "Morristown's Got Talent!" suffered a stroke and died Friday.
A Morristown employee has filed another tort claim against the town regarding statements made about her in a news release.
Two Morristown police officers interrupted an alleged attempted burglary at an Atno Avenue residence Tuesday morning.