Costumed canines, hayrides and apple picking signal autumn fun in Greater Morristown

Puppy parades in Morris Plains and Florham Park and Madison’s rescheduled Bottle Hill Day made for a colorful fall weekend in Greater Morristown. Florham Park’s Halloween Dog Parade and Costume Contest took place on the Borough Lawn Park, hosted by the Florham Park Rotary in conjunction with Pet Supplies Plus. Read the full article here!

13 new must-try North Jersey coffee shops for frothy cappuccino and delicious pastries

Getting a caffeine fix in North Jersey has gotten even easier this year, thanks to the onslaught of coffee shops that have opened in the region. All kinds of coffee shops: Latin coffee joints, French cafes vegan java shops, even a coffee drive-thru. So if you need a cup of frothy cappuccino, a mug of… Continue reading 13 new must-try North Jersey coffee shops for frothy cappuccino and delicious pastries

JMF Properties and RD Management Break Ground on  7-Eleven with Gas in Hanover Township, NJ  

4,000 SF Store, Eight-Pump Gas Station Slated to Open by End of Year  HANOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ – JMF Properties, a leading New Jersey development company specializing in transit-oriented projects, urban retail centers and suburban commercial properties, and partner RD Management LLC, one of the nation’s largest privately held real estate development and management organizations, announced… Continue reading JMF Properties and RD Management Break Ground on  7-Eleven with Gas in Hanover Township, NJ  

MPAC bringing two free shows to Morristown’s revamped Pioneer Park

Morristown officials predicted the renovated Pioneer Park at Headquarters Plaza would become a popular entertainment venue when they cut the ribbon back in June 2021. The public will get tastes of those possibilities with a pair of free shows this month. On Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022, the Mayo Performing Arts Center presents singer-songwriter Jeiris Cook, performing his unique, percussive style of… Continue reading MPAC bringing two free shows to Morristown’s revamped Pioneer Park

Morris County Ranks in Top 25 Healthiest Communities in America

Health Study Released by U.S. News & World Report Reaffirms Past Studies Morris County Ranks in Top 25 Healthiest Communities in America Morris County ranked among “The 25 Healthiest Communities in America” in a new analysis of health and wellness in 3,000 communities across the United States released today by U.S. News & World Report… Continue reading Morris County Ranks in Top 25 Healthiest Communities in America

KRE and Russo Reach 50% Leased Milestone at Rock Pointe Luxury Rental Community

Rockaway Township Community Off to Hot Start as Renters Seek Lifestyle Upgrade  ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP, NJ – Rock Pointe, the brand-new luxury rental community in Rockaway Township, has reached the 50 percent leased milestone, developers KRE Group and Russo Development announced today.  Move-ins are well underway at the Morris County community where residents are enjoying a… Continue reading KRE and Russo Reach 50% Leased Milestone at Rock Pointe Luxury Rental Community

Morris Habitat for Humanity virtual ‘Hearts & Hammers’ Gala, Feb. 26

Morris Habitat for Humanity announces the celebration of its virtual Hearts & Hammers Gala on Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022, from 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m., in lieu of an in-person event reports Morristowngreen.com. The fun-filled evening will raise funds for the construction of 50 homes for 50 families in Randolph, Summit, Plainfield, Perth Amboy, Long Valley… Continue reading Morris Habitat for Humanity virtual ‘Hearts & Hammers’ Gala, Feb. 26

What do You want to do this weekend?

What do you want to do this weekend? Play a little poker? See a little roller derby? Celebrate Earth Day the right way? Man, this is your weekend.  Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament When/Where: Friday at 6 p.m. at the American Legion Post 423, Jefferson Why Go: To help out the Jefferson Arts Committee Cost:… Continue reading What do You want to do this weekend?

A Suburban Town Sees Housing Where Retail Rules

via The New York Times MORRISTOWN, N.J. — Jordan Eppolito has taken a liking to his new home here in the Morris County seat, about 30 miles west of New York City. Mr. Eppolito, a 28-year-old entrepreneur who plans to open a pizza shop this fall on South Street, lives in a new condominium overlooking… Continue reading A Suburban Town Sees Housing Where Retail Rules