Snooki, Kings Robbery, Zebu Closing Top Morristown News in July
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Police say a Montville man pulled over for suspected driving while intoxicated had a Blood Alcohol Content triple the legal limit allowed in New Jersey.
A West Orange resident was allegedly drunk when she drove the wrong way around the Green before turning the wrong way down Market Street, Morristown Police said.
Depending on who you ask, the bar scene in Morristown is either lively and vibrant or one step away from chaos. So, Morristown Patch decided to see for ourselves what downtown–specfically in this video outside Iron Bar, Sona Thirteen, The Dark Horse Lounge and Grasshopper off the Green–is like when "last call" comes on a Saturday night and bar patrons take to the streets early Sunday morning at 2 a.m.
A Morristown man allegedly under the influence of alcohol nearly ran over pedestrians and police before he was subdued when an officer punched him in the face, according to an arrest report.
After almost two years, Zebu Forno is closing its doors at the end of the day Tuesday.
Bowling is not coming to Morristown, at least not for now. The Town Council, acting as the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, voted 3-2 Wednesday night in favor of denying the liquor license transfer to Gracie Sunshine LLC, a proposed bowling alley/bar at 10 DeHart St.
Two unarmed men wearing dark clothing and ski masks pushed a store employee and robbed the Kings Supermarket of less than $1,000 late Sunday night, Morristown Police said.
A Paterson man who was told to remove his vehicle from the property of a Morristown gas station was arrested for allegedly threatening the attendant and officers and returned after being released to fall asleep on the police station floor, according to an arrest report.
Thanks, but, no thanks. That is the message resident Sean Ryan wants to send to the production crew that has informed Morristown the "Snooki & JWoww" Reality television series plans to film in Morristown starting next month.
The Jersey Shore is coming to Morristown. No, the Atlantic Ocean is still due East. 495 Productions, the production company for the MTV-aired Jersey Shore spinoff series "Snooki & JWoww"—featuring Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley—has advised the town they will be filming for the show's second season in Morristown starting next month.