New Eatery, HS Schedule Top Morristown News

The Morristown Salvation Army's Anniversary and the Morris Students' Coins for a Cause also made headlines

N.Y. Jets Cut 2 Players after Marijuana Arrests in Morristown

New York Jets cut defensive end Claude Davis and cornerback Cliff Harris a day after they were arrested in Morristown and charged with possession of marijuana.

Morris Students Set Record for Coins for a Cause

The Coins for a Cause project involves grades K-8 and the students collect change and vote for a non-profit to be the beneficiary. The Greater Morristown YMCA’s Strong Kids Campaign received a check for $14,573.32 on Friday

New Morristown Eatery Offers 'Cheat Day' Sandwiches

Inspired by the famous Rutgers University "grease trucks" that introduced late night diners to the "fat sandwich," Mike Dey, 32, opened Fatty's on April 18.  Located at 46 Morris St., Fatty's menu is full of sandwiches stuffed with fries, mozzarella sticks and bacon with names such as Fat Dougy, Cardiac Arrest and Fat Cat. 

Morristown Salvation Army Marks 121st Anniversary

Tuesday night the Salvation Army Corps of Morristown celebrated its volunteers and donors with its 4th Annual Dinner Celebration. They celebrated its 121st anniversary of serving Morris County with this “Mexican fiesta” themed event.

Ex-DPW Super Commits Suicide Rather Than Face Child Porn Plea

Former Morristown Public Works Superintendent Charles E. Jones III, who was indicted in February on charges of distributing child porn over the Internet, took his own life last week, the Daily Record reported.

Divided Feelings on New Morristown HS Schedule

Feelings are mixed on the decision to alter Morristown High School's student schedule from a five-day rotating schedule to an A/B day plan for the 2013-14 school year. Classes will increase from 67 minutes to 80 minutes long

Morris School Teacher's Band to Debut CD

Brad Marullo is a teacher at Thomas Jefferson and Sussex Avenue and plays guitar, keyboards and lap steel in SteppingSTONE BAND. He's looking forward to their release party because many in the Morristown community will be attending to support their debut CD, I'll Be Coming Home.

Morristown's Future: Develop and Preserve Neighborhoods

Here's a look at land use discussions and public comments at the end of Morristown Moving Forward’s charrette week, which looked at the town's Master Plan


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