RANDOLPH,NJ-Due to the storm, Tuesday’s recycling route was not completed. Storm cleanup continued Wednesday, and recycling was cancelled. Crews will pick up the remainder of Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s route on Thursday, January 23, 2014.
Snow Delayed Recycling To Be Picked Up Thursday Jan.23
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By DANIELLE WILSONSeptember 19, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ - After a busy summer, Recreation Director Russ Newman and Assistant Director Jeanne Montemarano reported on the success of algae treatment in Randolph Lake and Heistein’s Pond.
Throughout the summer, Randolph Lake tested extremely well for water quality, with the standard for lakes at 200 ug/L of contaminants, and Randolph testing between 40 and 50 all summer. Newman added ...
By TAP INTO RANDOLPH STAFFSeptember 19, 2017
Randolph, NJ- The seniors had their Annual Randolph Senior Picnic for residents aged 60 and over was held on Tuesday, Sept. 12 from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at Brundage Park. Approximately 110 seniors attended the BBQ which was catered by Picnic Depot in Flanders.
There was a wide variety of delicious food, the seniors ate, mingled and danced to DJ Nick ...
By TAPINTO MORRISTOWN STAFFSeptember 18, 2017
MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ- Line service on the Morris & Essex line has been suspended between Dover and Summit in both directions due to a trespasser strike at the train station in Convent Station, announced the NJ Transit.
Reports from the Breaking News Network (BNN) is reporting that a pedestrian was struck and killed by the train
Additional information has not been released at this ...
By MICHELLE MEOLASeptember 18, 2017
Micro-Needling Q & A Session with Dr. Gangi
Q: We will be discussing the hottest trends in cosmetic medicine today with Dr. Gangi of Étoile Cosmetic Medicine located in Randolph, New Jersey.
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Randolph Police Department's Statement Regarding Township Schools Going Into "Shelter in Place" Friday
By RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP POLICESeptember 17, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ- On September 15, The Randolph Police Department began investigating several alarming Facebook posts, made by a subject they had contact with earlier in the week. At the same time, members of the public, as well as employees of the Randolph School district, became aware of these posts and also contacted the police.
While we ( The Randolph Police Department ) are ...
By SEAN CONKLINSeptember 17, 2017
MORRISTOWN, NJ – Long before becoming a general surgery resident at Morristown Medical Center, Dr. Christopher McCulloh experienced a life-changing event nine years ago that would be one of his greatest tests of will just six months before starting medical school at Case Western Reserve University, the top-ranked private research university in Ohio.
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By TAPINTO MORRISTOWN STAFFSeptember 17, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ – This past summer, Joseph Gatto of Morristown was the recipient of a National Science Foundation grant which allowed him to delve into the world of artificial intelligence.
Gatto, a computer science student at County College of Morris (CCM), was presented with a $5,000 grant through the NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates program. With the ...