Most-Read Stories of December

Train kills man, ex-scout leader accused of sex abuse among top headlines.

Pedestrian Killed Near Morris Plains Train Station

A man who was fatally struck late Monday morning near the Morris Plains Train Station made no attempt to move out of the way of a westbound passenger train, an NJ Transit spokeswoman said.

Man Killed By Train a Morristown's Got Talent Winner

The man whom an NJ Transit spokeswoman Monday said made no attempt to move out of the way of an oncoming train was later identified as Stanislav Kling-Loy, who won the annual Morristown's Got Talent event with his sister in February 2011.

Ex-Scout Leader Accused of Sexually Abusing Teens

A Morris Plains man and former Parsippany Boy Scout leader accused in January of showing child pornography to a boy was arrested again Thursday on charges he molested two teenage boys in the 1990s, the Morris County Prosecutor's Office said.

Poor communication, infrastructure and equipment problems after storm among primary complaints to utility company president, BPU.

Domb Lighting History to be Auctioned Off

Ford Model T among items to be sold as part of business closure.

A Morris Township man was allegedly drunk when he smashed his SUV into a tree at the intersection of Sussex Avenue and Roberts Street on Saturday night, police said.

Redevelopment Plans Spur East Hanover Ave. Study

The Morris County Planning Department unveiled Tuesday preliminary plans to address traffic congestion issues along East Hanover Avenue through Hanover Township, Morris Township and Morris Plains.

Olive Lucy's Coming to Speedwell Avenue in January

Former owner of The Brick Oven of Morristown opening new business in space formerly occupied by Villa Cafe.

DWI Checkpoints Throughout Morristown Dec. 14

As if you already didn't have plenty of reasons not to drink and drive, the Morristown Police Department would like to offer one more.

Late-Night Phone Call Issue Referred to Superior Court

Ethics board decides questions regarding Deputy Mayor Bruce Sisler's controversial phone call to a resident are better suited for the courtroom.


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