Before we begin, let us preface this "Week in Review" by saying there is absolutely no Hurricane Sandy-related stories below. There simply are too many. For all the dandy Sandy-related coverage you can possibly want, click here. And now, on with the show.
Town Employee Found Guilty of Animal Cruelty
Thomas Alexander, director of human services, to lose job because of verdict; attorney granted one-week stay to prepare argument against that ruling.
Work Begins at Grassroots Natural Market
Owner Paul Kralyevich anticipates winter 2013 opening for second location, at former Health Shoppe.
2nd Alleged Attempted Luring Incident Reported in 1 Week
A 14-year-old told Morristown Police she was followed Tuesday afternoon by a Jeep Cherokee while walking home on Speedwell Avenue.
Outdoor Bar Proposal Rejected by Town Council
Owners of Tashmoo had sought to utilize 7,000-square-foot area behind 10 DeHart St. for 23 days a year.
Iron Bar Liquor License Extension Conditionally Approved
Agreement made to stop serving alcohol at 11 p.m. at proposed Gran Cantina Mexican restaurant, reduce bar size, among other conditions.
An accident near the I-287 south entrance on Lafayette Avenue near Washington Place took well over an hour to clear Monday morning.
A Morristown resident helped authorities track down an alleged burglar after he stole a laptop from a parked car, according to a report by the Morristown Police Department.
Postcards Explore Morristown's History
'Postcard History' series compilation, by Bonnie-Lynn Nadzeika, released by Arcadia Publishing on Oct. 15.
Morristown Planned Parenthood Among AIDS/HIV Funding Beneficiaries
Planned Parenthood's Morris County location in Morristown will receive over $150,000 in state funding, as part of a $19.5 million package the governor announced at a press conference in New Brunswick Tuesday.