On Friday night October 25th, the Randolph Township Police Department responded to the Randolph Middle School to investigate a complaint related to the potential safety of the students attending the Halloween dance. Upon arrival, officers worked with the Randolph Middle School Administration to investigate the matter further. The investigating officers were able to determine that the initial complaint information was not accurate and at no time were any of the students in harms way.
Chief Stokoe Releases Statement Regarding The RMS Dance
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By NICOLE TORRESMarch 19, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ- On February 11, the Cub Scout Pack 50 was able to collect over 1000 items of food that were then donated to the Bethlehem Church Food Pantry. Cub Scout Pack 50 is a chapter of the National Cub Scouts ranging from Kindergarten through 5th grade that reside in Fernbrook Elementary School.
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By KARIN BASSIMarch 5, 2017
Elite TOMA Martial Arts Academy, 1572 Sussex Turnpike in Randolph Township, will host a free self defense seminar for women and men from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 18. Participants will learn various practical techniques – both mental and physical – to help them avoid becoming a victim. No martial arts experience is necessary. Registration is required by Friday, March 10, and can ...
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By BILL SANFILIPPOMarch 5, 2017
PARSIPPANY, NJ –March 1, 2017 – Teens who like adventure, the outdoors, community service, Native American heritage, and more are welcome to join Venturing Crew 890 for their March climbing event. Parsippany Venturing Crew 892 will hold an open house for teens from Parsippany- Troy Hills and the surrounding areas on Sunday, March 12, 2017 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Randolph ...
By LORE REINHARTMarch 4, 2017
Sled dogs will be visiting the library for this fun, informative program! Learn all about sled dogs and their activities from the NJ Sled Dog Club. Registration for Randolph children and adults will begin 3/16 at 10 a.m.
By EILEEN RUSSICKMarch 2, 2017
The Joey Bella Memorial Fund, Inc. will host their annual fundraisers in early July. The Fund has been in existence for 28 years and has collected over one million dollars in donations which have been used to assist more than fifty families with children who are affected with catastrophic illness in Denville and surrounding areas.
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By ATLANTIC HEALTH SYSTEMMarch 2, 2017
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By PAT BENNETTFebruary 22, 2017
Full day Adoption conference at Rutgers University, Piscataway on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Register at www.cpfanj.org. Keynote plus 33 workshops on topics for pre-and post-adoptive parents, adult adoptees, foster parents, social workers and educators. Continuing education hours available. Breakfast included. $60 per person/ $100 per couple/ $30 student. Walk in rates slightly higher. Topics ...