Court Ruling On Public Funding Puts Fate Of Historic Churches In DoubtThe source of upkeep on religious buildings to historic preservation standards is going to change.
NJ Basketball Coach Wins Prep Championship While Battling CancerAbout a year ago, Morristown-Beard basketball coach Eddie Franz was diagnosed with lung cancer.
Morristown, N.J. Celebrates Family-Friendly 'First Night' For New Year's EveMorris County, New Jersey prepared to ring in the New Year Sunday night with a family-friendly First Night celebration.
1.7 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Morris County, New JerseyThe United States Geological Survey says the quake struck approximately 1.7 miles from Morristown around 6:35 p.m.
‘People Are Overreacting,’ Flyer For Spring Concert Sparks Uproar In MorristownThe school called an insensitive flyer for a spring chorus performance a mistake, but some question how it could happen.
Overnight Storms Down Trees Around Tri-State AreaOvernight storms caused damage across the area, including a tree that crashed down onto a home in Morristown, New Jersey with the family still inside.
Photo Showing Morristown Border Patrol Bust Deemed A FakeMorristown officials say a photo that allegedly depicts border patrol agents arresting someone in front of a local business is a fake.
New Jersey State Police Respond To Nearly 200 Crashes During SnowstormRadar shows a fast-moving winter storm is starting to move away from New Jersey, but snow still poses a problem on highways.
Woman Struck, Killed By NJ TRANSIT Train In MorristownNJ TRANSIT trains on the Morris & Essex Line were delayed Friday evening after a woman was struck and killed by a train.
Billboard Campaign Prompts NJ Hospital To Stop Using Live Animals For Medical TrainingA recent billboard campaign to stop Morristown Medical Center from using live animals for medical training has led to good news for man's best friend.
Community Steps In For Morristown Movie Ticket-Taker Who Became HomelessBefore the previews and popcorn at the AMC movie theater in Morristown, New Jersey, moviegoers see ticket-taker Eric Glover.
Bears In Suburbia: Are Humans To Blame? NJ Wildlife Experts Weigh InRutgers University's Brook Maslo and NJ Animal Protection League's Angie Melter say humans may play a big role in recent sightings.