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By DANIELLE WILSONSeptember 25, 2016
RANDOLPH, NJ - At Tuesday’s meeting, the Randolph Middle School and High School STEM supervisors presented the Next Generation Science Standards and Randolph’s plan to implement them throughout the school district.
“Our STEM supervisors can give you an idea of what the difference is between the science that you and I learned, how these standards have shifted, and what ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph’s Varsity and JV Girls Tennis teams won their matches against West Morris Central this week as Varsity heads into the Morris County tournament this weekend.
First singles Daphne Cheng and second singles Gitanjali Iyer fought hard but lost their matches, while Julia Yellen at third singles, Nicole Gehan and Sam Tassillo at first doubles, and ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- The staff at the Randolph YMCA is benefiting from an Eagle Scout project led by Robert Brink, who will soon receive the prestigious ranking.
Over the course of two weekends, Robert, his family and other scouts and their families built an outdoor recreation area that includes picnic tables and benches for the Y staff to use.
A member of Boy Scout Troop 67 in Wharton, ...
RANDOLPH, NJ-Bauer Stadium at Randolph High School will be ringing with the sounds of Marching Band music on Saturday October 1 starting at 6 pm. The 43rd annual Under the Stars Festival, hosted by the Randolph Marching Rams Band, will feature 15 marching bands competing for honors in Music, Percussion and Color Guard. The Festival will feature high school bands from across the state ...
DENVILLE, NJ- In the Randolph – Morris Knolls football game in 2015, neither defense could get a stop as both offenses ran wild in a 38-35 finish. The 2016 game on Friday Sept. 23 also had its fair share of offense, however this time both defenses rose to the occasion and were the ones who made the key plays in a game that Knolls ultimately won, 21-16.
“Our kids ...
MORRISTOWN, NJ - How are you going to usher in the first official weekend of fall? There are many activities in and around Morristown to keep you busy. But don't forget the bike paths, nature walks, parks, and historic sites to explore too. Whatever you decide, have a great weekend!
Friday September 23
The Folk Project Presents...Calan; Morristown Unitarian Fellowship; ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- Recently, several news sources have published results of Hexavalent Chromium (Chromium-6) testing, which include results from the Township of Randolph’s Water System.
Chromium-6 levels in drinking water are not currently regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), or by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), and regular testing for ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Lady Rams soccer team has started their 2016 campaign by winning three of their first five games of the year.
After a close 4-3 loss at Pope John in the season opener, Randolph responded with two straight wins by beating rival Morris Knolls 2-1, and blanking Parsippany Hills 3-0.
After being shut out against West Morris evened their record at 2-2, a 3-1 win ...
RANDOLPH, NJ - At Thursday’s meeting, the Randolph Township Council approved funding for several parks and recreation updates in line with the recent Parks Master Plan recommendations.
Through Ordinance No. 21-16, the township authorized $500,000 for improvements to the Randolph Museum, Brundage Park (including the playhouse), Freedom Park, Heisteins Park and Randolph Park.
RANDOLPH, NJ - Randolph Township Police Department promoted Jeff Goral and Daniel Novoa to sergeants during the township council meeting on September 1. Both men have served on the police department since 2010.
“Jeff grew up in Lyndhurst, NJ and comes from a family of law enforcement,” said Township Manager Stephen Mountain. “Jeff’s father was a sergeant with the ...