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Weed Dispensary Awarded License For Recreational Sale In Morristown

The Morristown council approved a resolution allowing a vendor from Massachusetts to open Morristown’s first cannabis dispensary, which will be located at 102 Ridgedale Ave. Uma Flowers, a dispensary in Pepperell, Massachusetts, was founded in December by sisters-in-law Priyanka and Tejal Patel.

First Outdoor Dining Patio On Morristown Green Open For Summer

As the weather warms up in New Jersey, Chef David Burke will open the patio of his restaurant, 1776, becoming the first Morristown establishment to offer outdoor dining next to the historic Green. Because Memorial Day is often regarded as the unofficial start of summer, diners can now enjoy the outdoor patio for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch.

Morris Co. Man Assaulted 2 Teenagers, Prosecutors Say

A 22-year-old man was charged on Wednesday with sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child in connection with the alleged assault of two teenage victims, the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office said. The Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll announced the filing of additional charges against Nathaniel G. Yanez, of Dover.

‘Rain Or Shine’ Morristown Ukraine Vigil Planned For Tonight

Three months have passed since Russia invaded

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