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Ironia Road Bridge At Chester Township - Randolph Border To Be Closed For Two Months Starting Wednesday
By MORRIS COUNTYOctober 26, 2016
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Ironia Road Bridge, which crosses the Burnett Brook at the border of Chester and Randolph townships, will be closed starting Wednesday, Oct. 26, for an expected two-month bridge replacement project.
The tiny bridge, which is only 12 feet long, is located between South Road and Dover-Chester Road. Detours will be set up to re-direct motorists and cyclists during the ...
Morristown Medical Center Recognized as One of ‘America’s Best Hospitals’ for Cardiac, Orthopedic and Joint Replacement Care by Healthgrades®
Medical Center Named to “Best 50” List for Cardiac Surgery, and “Best 100” List for Cardiac Care, Orthopedic Surgery and Joint Replacement
MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown Medical Center today announced it was recognized by consumer healthcare ratings group Healthgrades® as one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals™ for Cardiac Surgery, and one of America’s ...
Randolph Board of Education Appoints New Director of Elementary Education, Eliminating Need for Assistant Superintendent Position
RANDOLPH, NJ: At its October business meeting, the Randolph Board of Education approved the appointment of Fernbrook Elementary School Principal Danielle Soldivieri as the school district’s new Director of Elementary Education.
Soldivieri is scheduled to assume her position in early 2017. Soldivieri has worked in Randolph since 2002, first as a teacher at Ironia Elementary School and ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph community is invited to a Board of Education Candidate forum on Tuesday Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Randolph High School Library.
The evening will be co-hosted by the Randolph PTO Council with the Morris County League of Women Voters providing the moderator for the evening. The public is invited to come out and learn more about the five ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- Oct. 17 marked the commencement of five exuberant days at Randolph High School, spirit week. Each year promises a radiating enthusiasm throughout the hallways, this week is an integral initiation ritual to ring in the new school year for RHS students of all grade levels.
Spirit week grants students a period of time to unify as an entire grade level and exhibit healthy ...
MONTVILLE, NJ – Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen visited Montville Township High School and called Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “out of control” and “not his fifth choice” for president.
Frelinghuysen (R-NJ 11th) spoke candidly in teacher Scott Riotto’s Advanced Placement Government and Politics class on Oct. 17 for about an hour. Topics ...
Randolph High School Choir and Theater Booster Association Presents “POPtoberfest” Choral Pop Concert
Randolph, NJ- Area residents are invited to come out and enjoy renditions of classic pop music presented by the Randolph High School choirs at the annual POPtoberfest choral pop concert on Monday, Oct. 24 at 7:30 pm in the high school auditorium. The concert will feature music from artists such as Taylor Swift, Billy Joel, Lucas Graham, Sara Bareilles, Avril Levine, and many ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- In an exciting, back and forth match that seemed to turn into a battle of wills, the Randolph girls volleyball team outlasted Kinnelon to earn themselves a spot in the Morris County Tournament finals.
“The team's mental toughness really is our secret 7th player out there,” said Lady Rams head coach Sebastain DiPietro. “There have been so many games ...
RANDOLPH, NJ - Monday evening’s Candidate Forum brought four of the five township council candidates together to discuss their different views on top issues in the county. The League of Women Voters of the Morristown Area presented the forum to help residents make an informed decision during the election process.
During opening statements, each candidate shared the experience that ...
Randolph, NJ,- No one should walk alone in the fight against breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Randolph High School cheerleaders sent out a powerful message of hope and strength with pink poms in their hands and bows in their hair, cheering on nearly 17,000 walkers at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event on Oct. 16 in Parsippany, NJ.
Many of ...