Author Revives 'Birther' Theory in Morristown
Controversial political commentator Jerome Corsi speaks to capacity crowd.
Snooki and JWoww Coming to Morristown
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.
Investigation Launched into Death of Lennon Baldwin
Morris County Prosecutor's Office announced Friday the launch of investigation into 15-year-old Township resident's death on March 28.
Outages Drop as JCP&L Adds More Manpower
An increase in manpower will help JCP&L restore most New Jersey outages by Saturday evening, according to a statement released Friday afternoon.
On second thought, nevermind. With a week to go before the expected start of filming in Morristown of the "Snooki & JWoww" Jersey Shore spin-off series, the town was informed Thursday that there has been a change of plans.
Hennessey's Washington Bar to Close by End of Year
Potential new owners have submitted plans to town that would call for larger dining area, smaller bar area.
Authorities say 15-year-old Lennon Baldwin, a freshman at Morristown High School, was the victim of an assault at the school, told to lie about it and then robbed in the Century 21 parking lot just weeks before committing suicide on March 28 in his Morris Township home.
A Linden man was found bleeding from his head after witnesses say he was assaulted by three other men on South Street.
Occupants of two vehicles needed to be rescued after live wires fell on Washington Street, which remains closed between Kahdena Road and Western Avenue; in a separate incident, a bucket truck ran into lines near the Morris County Courthouse.
Man Killed By Train a Morristown's Got Talent Winner
The man whom an NJ Transit spokeswoman Monday said made no attempt to move out of the way of an oncoming train was later identified as Stanislav Kling-Loy, who won the annual Morristown's Got Talent event with his sister in February 2011.