Morristown

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Morristown sits in the heart of Morris Township in Morris County, New Jersey. Spread across approximately 3 square miles more than 19,000 residents live along the tree lined streets in the suburban area of Morristown. This community hold a lot of history from during the Revolutionary War. During Washington's stay, Benedict Arnold was court-marshaled at Dickerson's Tavern on Spring Street in Morristown, NJ for charges related to profiteering from military supplies at Philadelphia. Morristown is the birthplace of many famous sports figures, like Brett Favre from the Minnesota Vikings and Martin Brodeur from the New Jersey Devils, the founder of Craigslist.com Craig Newmark, President Millard Fillmore wife Caroline Fillmore and Alfred Vail who invented Morse Code.
 
The Morris School District regional public school district serves the communities of Morristown and Morris Township. Students from Morristown and Morris Township also attend grades nine through twelve with students of Morris Plains as part of a sending-receiving relationship. The district provides a supportive and challenging educational environment for a student population of approximately 4,700. Within the district there are three primary schools (K-2), three intermediate schools (3-5), one multi-age magnet school (K-5), one middle school (6-8), and one high school, Morristown High School.
 
County Road 510 cuts through Morristown and Interstate 287 runs alongside the town making this town a quaint, quiet suburban town with easy access to major roadways in New Jersey.