Conversations, The Old Fashion Way

Don't forget, The Arts Council of the Morris Area will be hosting its "Great Conversations" fundraiser this Thursday at the Madison Hotel. This is your chance to speak face-to-face with some of the area's most recognizable names in sports, business, education and more. The event starts with a 6 p.m. cocktail reception followed by dinner… Continue reading Conversations, The Old Fashion Way

Parade Take II

Fear not lovers of all things St. Patricks! The celebration of the favorite Irish holiday isn't over yet. The Morris County St. Patrick's Parade has been officially rescheduled for Saturday, April 10th, according to the Daily Record. While there were discussions of moving the parade to a Sunday, Town officials voted to keep the event… Continue reading Parade Take II

WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: HEADLINES FROM MOTOWN AND BEYOND

Locally: *** Flood watches continue in Morris and Passaic Counties. Northejersey.com. *** Chatham resident Vijay Balse gets the call for Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions! NJ.com. *** Taken straight from the script of The Best of Times movie, Delbarton and St. Joe’s High School’s Hockey Teams are set to face off to settle 1989 Championship Game.… Continue reading WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: HEADLINES FROM MOTOWN AND BEYOND

It Happened One Wet Weekend:

Recapping what you might have missed over the weekend: Locally, *** As I’m sure you’re aware, Saturday’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade was postponed until April. Officials did their best to get the parade underway, but Mother Nature wouldn’t cooperate according to the Daily Record. *** Morris County residents are certainly feeling wet. The Daily Record… Continue reading It Happened One Wet Weekend:

NY Times Finds Morristown

Yesterday's New York Times had an article looking at the marketplace for rental homes in New Jersey during the winter season. One of the rental communities highlighted was the Highlands at Morristown Station, a 217-home rental community being developed by Roseland Property Company directly across from the train station. To check out the article, click… Continue reading NY Times Finds Morristown

A LOOK AT THE MODEL HOMES AT 40 PARK

If by chance you weren't one of the more than 1,000 people at the Grand Opening of 40 Park in downtown Morristown a couple of weeks ago, here's a look at the furnished model homes everyone came to see.

The Streets Are Alive With The Sound of Music

Some exciting and interesting musical performances are on slate for throughout Morristown in the coming weeks and months. Looks like there's just about something for eveyone. Here's a quick look at what's on the agenda for all those music lovers. On the Classical side: * Sponsored by Music At Morristown United Methodist Church, will continue… Continue reading The Streets Are Alive With The Sound of Music

Have You Heard? What Others Are Talking About:

* Morristown Green notes Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty cannot promise dry weather for Saturday's St. Patrick's Day parade, but says marchers need not fear any more exploding manhole covers along the parade route. * The Daily Record takes a look at the history of the Morris St. Patrick's Day Parade. * The Daily Record also… Continue reading Have You Heard? What Others Are Talking About: