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Pedestrian Killed, Bar Expansion, Heroism Award Top Area News

Also, asbestos removal hits a snag at former Pfizer site and two brothers bring a new pizza concept to Morristown.

Man Killed Crossing Morristown Street

A 33-year-old Hamburg man was struck by a driver and killed on Madison Avenue in Morristown Thursday night.

Personal Trainers for the Masses Coming to the Green

The fitness center No Body Denied has signed a lease for a 10,000-square-foot space in downtown Morristown's Shops on the Green that will become a state-of-the-art health club and personal training studio.

Morris Plains Man Killed in NYC Hit and Run Remembered

The loss of 22-year-old Andrew Quinn, the Parsippany Hills High School and Cornell University graduate killed early Saturday after being struck by a vehicle driven by a still-unknown motorist on New York City's West Side Highway, is a difficult one for those who loved him.

Asbestos Removal at Pfizer Site Hits Snag

Contractors who were removing asbestos from buildings at the former Pfizer property on Route 53 in Morris Plains had to be pulled from the project because of "fines levied by the NJ Department of Labor for violations during asbestos abatement," the developer of the site wrote in a letter to the state.

Tashmoo Expansion Hearing Set by Morristown Council

The Morristown Town Council will hold a hearing next month on whether to approve the liquor license for the expansion of Tashmoo on DeHart Street.

Old World Italian Cuisine in Modern-Day Morristown

Millie's Old World Meatballs and Pizza, now open at 60 South Street, puts the idea behind it right out front: meatballs and pie that evoke the mother country.

JCP&L Upgrading Emergency Communications

Utility company is taking steps to improve its ability to communicate with first responders during a large-scale emergency.

Morristown Hires First Director of Code Enforcement

John Costa will be in charge of 18 employees in the construction, health, property maintenance, rent leveling  and zoning offices. His position was created to improve management and delivery of services.

Morris Plains Veterans Donate to Local Housing Program

VFW Post 3401 had a "Red Shirt Fridays" fundraiser which was dedicated to the care of homeless veterans in our area.

New Pope Francis Elected: Catholic Center Reacts

White smoke rising above the Sistine Chapel on Wednesday—signaling the election of a new pope—was cause for excitement around the world, including at St. Paul Inside the Walls: the Catholic Center for Evangelization at Bayley-Ellard.

Morris School Schedules Set for the Next 2 Years

Students are scheduled to be off for six days in April 2014 for spring break under the 2013-14 calendar approved by the Morris Board of Education last month.

Morristown Boy Scout Awarded Top Honor

A Morristown High School teen was recognized for “unusual heroism or resourcefulness in saving or attempting to save life at extreme risk to self” at the Boy Scouts of America's Patriots Path Council annual awards celebration Feb. 25.

Bonnie Arnold Haynes March 17, 2013 at 05:42 PM
That is a shame to lose a life right in front of the hospital. My condolences to His family. It soumdx as if it could have beenprevented.

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