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 ALLISON FREEMANMarch 25, 2017
RANDOLPh, NJ-The RMS Science Olympiad 2016-2017 team did very well at the NJ State level competition on March 7 at Middlesex County Community College.
The team competed in 25 events focusing on many branches of Science and Engineering. Overall, the team placed 17th in the state with these notable accomplishments:
2nd place in the state for Anatomy and Physiology: ...
By DANIELLE WILSONMarch 24, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ - Board Members heard an update from the Policy committee during Tuesday’s meeting, explaining the committee chose to alternate open and closed sessions, hoping to provide more freedom when discussing policies.
“This way we’ll still be transparent, still get the public input, but it also allows us to discuss,” said policy chair Ron Conti.
“If you ...
By GRACE MCCULLUMMarch 24, 2017
MORRISTOWN, NJ - The snow is melting and it's starting to feel like Spring! It's time to get outside and see all that Morristown has to offer. From the parks, to the historic sites to the weekend activities. There is so much to see and do! Have a great weekend everyone!
Friday March 24
MHS production of Legally Blonde, The Musical; Morristown High School; 7pm (Get ...
Township Manager Presents the 2017 Randolph Budget and Lower Taxes, Public Meeting Scheduled for April 27
By DANIELLE WILSONMarch 23, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ - At Thursday’s meeting, Township Manager Stephen Mountain and Randolph CFO Darren Maloney introduced the 2017 budget, announcing the township lowered taxes by $21.55 for the average home value. However, many taxpayers will not see that exact decrease due to the revaluation.
“This budget calls for no increase in the municipal tax levy,” Mountain explained.
Morristown Children’s Hospital First Hospital in New Jersey to Administer Newly Approved Treatment for Rare Genetic Disease
By TAPINTO MORRISTOWN CONTRIBUTORMarch 22, 2017
MORRISTOWN, NJ – Goryeb Children’s Hospital at Morristown Medical Center, part of Atlantic Health System, was the first hospital in the state to administer nusinersen, a newly approved medication to a patient with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), a rare and sometimes fatal genetic disease that causes progressive loss of muscle strength and movement.
Because of the demand for the ...
By CHRIS MANDERIOLIMarch 22, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ- The “sun came out” inside the auditorium at Randolph High School last weekend, as the RHS Drama Club members outdid themselves by putting on a stellar performance of the musical classic “Annie”.
Director Cara Canfield, an RHS English teacher, guided the cast through a successful weekend of shows, joined by Musical Director Matthew Swiss and ...
By CHRIS MANDERIOLIMarch 21, 2017
RANDOLPH, NJ- During February’s National Dental Health Month, Randolph based businesses Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph and Baumwoll Orthodontics visited local schools to help educate kids on healthy teeth and gums.
Both practices have made a habit of doing the school visits annually in February, and for Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph, it is now over 25 ...