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 WILSONJuly 21, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ - After six music teachers resigned from the district, Randolph parents and students again voiced their frustration the board of education members and school administration about the proposed changes to the Randolph Middle School music schedule.
“Our teachers are our most valuable assets, and those recently departed will not be easy to replace,” said Marie ...
By DANIELLE WILSONJuly 19, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ - After a season of renovation and refurbishing, Randolph Park has experienced more use this year than the past few years, according to Recreation Assistant Director Jeanne Montemarano.
“There’s a lot of excitement around Randolph Park this year. It looks great; the guards are doing a great job keeping it clean,” she said. “The swim team is doing well; ...
By CHRIS MANDERIOLIJuly 18, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ- A familiar face will man the sidelines for the Randolph Rams football team in the fall of 2017, providing stability to a program shaken by the unexpected departure of head coach Tarig Holman.
Mike Lyons, RHS freshman football coach for the past 30 years, received resounding applause when he was appointed interim head coach at the Board of Education meeting on Tuesday ...
By FRED J. AUNJuly 18, 2017
ROXBURY, NJ – Muldoon’s Irish Pub, a Ledgewood watering hole and restaurant that’s become something of a landmark after 30 years in business, has new owners and is getting a new name next month.
On Aug. 13, Muldoon’s will become Iron Hills Tavern, said co-owner Ken Olsen. He and partner Joe Malazinsky bought the Route 46 establishment June 13. They acquired it from ...
By TAPINTO STAFFJuly 17, 2017
TRENTON, NJ - Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill that expands concussion precautions for high school students, and was introduced by Rep. John DiMaio, R-23.
With the new bill, high school students who suffer a concussion during intramural sports will be protected by the state's student-athlete head injury safety program bill, according to a release.
The bill was signed ...
By TAPINTO RANDOLPH STAFFJuly 16, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ- On July 6, a group of family, friends, elected officials and well-wishers gathered at Freedom Park as the Randolph Township Council dedicated a park bench to Kathy and Gary Algeier.
The Algeiers were long-time residents of Randolph who relocated to South Carolina in 2014. The bench, with a dedication plaque reading: In honor of Kathy and Gary Algeier in ...
By CHRIS MANDERIOLIJuly 15, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ- The entrance to the Patriots Path portion of the Randolph trail system received the prestigious recognition of marking the country’s first Trail Blaze along the new September 11th National Memorial Trail.
“Today we are most proud of the fact that we play a role as a small part of the 1,300 mile national September 11th Memorial Trail,” said Randolph Mayor ...