Town of Morristown Opposes Train Diversion of Morris & Essex Lines

May 25, 2017

MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY -- In response to concerns expressed by residents of the Town of Morristown, Morristown Mayor Timothy Dougherty is planning to form an alliance with neighboring Mayors to express objection and discuss possible alternatives to the Morris & Essex line train diversion announced on Tuesday. The decision made by Governor Christie and NJ Transit to divert all Morris ...

Military Veterans Honored at 2017 Memorial Day Ceremony

MORRISTOWN, NJ – On the lawn of the Morristown Court House, military veterans from across Morris County, and representing a host of military conflicts from World War II and Vietnam to Operation Iraqi Freedom, were honored today at Morris County’s 2017 Memorial Day ceremony.

The ceremony began with Bagpipes played by Detective Matt Potter and Captain Robert McNally of the Morris ...

Partial Shut Down of Dehart Street in Morristown for Wednesday

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Town of Morristown has announced that a partial shut down of DeHart Street will take place on Wednesday May 24 from 7am - 5pm. This closure will take place beyond the entrance/exit to the DeHart Street Parking Garage. The garage will remain open during the street closure.

Police officers will be on scene to direct traffic. 

President Trump Visit Causes Restrictions This Weekend at Morristown Airport

MORRISTOWN, NJ - President Trump will be making a trip to New Jersey this weekend. According to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, on Thursday, the President will begin his trip with a meeting on board the U.S.S. Intrepid and then travel to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster after spending the evening in Manhattan. 

What does this mean for us? 

What we know for sure is ...

Two Morristown Parking Garages Offer Free Parking May 3rd and May 18th

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Are you coming to Morristown for the restaurants, historic parks, nightlife or the arts? Do you find parking difficult?  It shouldn't be. And to show visitors how convenient it is to park in Morristown, the Morristown Parking Authority is offering free parking at two local parking garages. The Dalton Parking Garage with an entrance at Cattano Avenue and the ...

Morristown Welcomes Sandy Hook Ride from Washington

Team 26 will ride from Washington D.C. to Newtown, CT to raise awareness of gun violence

MORRISTOWN -- A 400-mile bicycle ride that will begin at the steps of the U.S. Capitol and continue to Newtown, CT will arrive to a welcome rally in front of Morristown’s Town Hall at 200 South Street on Saturday, May 6 at 6 p.m.   The ride is being conducted by Team 26, a Newtown, ...

Morristown Holds Free Legal Clinic and Benefits Expo for Veterans


April 27th event is open to Vets from all 39 Morris County Towns APRIL 27 

MORRISTOWN, NJ - A free Morris County Veterans Legal Clinic and Resources Expo will be held on Thursday, April 27 at the Morristown Municipal Building. The event is being hosted by the Morris County Veterans’ Services Office and the Morris County Bar Foundation, in cooperation with the ...

Wild Bones Brewing Company Hopes to Open In Morristown; Seeks Use Variance from Zoning Board

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Four friends, one a life long resident of Morristown, came in front of the Morristown Zoning Board on Wednesday night for a Use Variance for the brewery they hope to open at 95 Morris Street. Over 30 supporters came to the hearing which included testimony from owners Alaine Anderson and Steven McConnell as well as Attorney Doug Henshaw. 

Anderson, who is operational ...

Freeholders Declare April as National Service Recognition Month

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris County Freeholders have proclaimed April 2017 as National Service Recognition Month in Morris County, calling attention to volunteer services provided by thousands of residents, whose efforts at food banks, doing taxes for senior citizens, helping needy veterans’ find housing, and many other efforts greatly helps meet the challenges facing the ...

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