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By KAREN BACHRACHOctober 23, 2016
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 ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- In the words of head coach George Mousis, “This was amazing… this is history for the Randolph boys soccer program.” Mousis’s Rams took down mighty Delbarton in the Morris County Finals with a 3-2 penalty kick win on Saturday Oct. 22.
Using their trademark stingy defense, the Rams stymied Delbarton, ranked #5 in the state, holding them scoreless ...
PATERSON, N.J. - An image of a pickup truck, taken after a hit-and-run accident in Paterson, resulted in the arrest of a Randolph man after police were contacted by someone who saw the photo, authorities said Friday.
The man, Robert Sciubba, 46, was charged with third-degree knowingly leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident resulting in serious bodily injury, said Passaic County ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Rams boys soccer team celebrated their seniors with a pre-game ceremony on Thursday Oct. 20. Parents of each senior player joined their sons on the field prior to the game, before retreating to the stands where they watched their kids take a 1-0 victory over West Morris.
“They are outstanding young men,” said Rams head coach George Mousis, when ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- On a night when Randolph high school honored their 2016 Sports Hall of Fame inductees with a pre-game ceremony, the football team treated the honorees to quite a show. A first half explosion of offense resulted in a 35-0 lead at halftime, as the Rams cruised to a 42-7 win over Columbia.
“I am proud to coach these guys that I have on this team, and I am proud of ...
ROXBURY, N.J. - Friday afternoon motorists on Route 10 got a taste of things to come this weekend as railroad signal installation in Succasunna forced temporary delays on the highway.
Traffic was halted while crews from Railroad Construction Co. Hoisted the new overhead signals above the road. But the inconvenience to drivers caused by that work stands to be minor compared to the ...
MORRISTOWN, NJ - There is something for everyone this weekend in Morristown....Ghosts, Pumpkins, movies, a bar crawl, open houses, pet adoptions, Karaoke and so much more! Don't miss out on the fun!
Friday October 21
Karaoke; Tiff's Grill and Ale House; Call for times
Paranormal Event; Fosterfields; 8pm
Friday Night Skate; Mennen Arena; 8pm
The Price is Right Live ...
RANDOLPH, NJ- UPDATE to RHS Football Stadium Policy: We will continue to reinforce the no bottle/beverage procedures for our stadium events. Please do not bring any type of bottle, container, or beverage in to the stadium.
You will be asked to dispose of it prior to entering. We are also asking that no backpacks be brought in to the stadium. If you must carry a small ...
RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Board of Education interviewed three candidates to fill Dr. Thomas’ vacant seat at the Tuesday meeting, which started early at 7:15 PM. The BOE considered Douglas Weisberger, Theresa Fogel and Joseph Faranetta for the position.
This candidate will complete Dr. Thomas’ term through the end of 2017 and decide at that time if they will run for ...
RANDOLPH, NJ - The Thursday evening Recreation Committee meeting provided updates on trail and park maintenance as well as the registration counts for fall programs.
Sue Huston, Recreation Committee member and liaison to the Parks Committee, stated that the Parks Committee is working on signage throughout the parks. She explained that this is the first step towards creating an app with maps of ...