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Randolph Arts in The Park Festival This Sat.

May 15, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Arts in the Park festival istThis Saturday May 18th from 11-5 rain or shine.

The festival is being held on the grounds of the Randolph library and community center and in the buildings themselves on Calais road in Randolph.

This event features artists, live performances, and literary readings, a selfie room and activities for the kids. There will also be a few food ...

Spring Fling Charity Event to Be Held Sat. June 8

May 17, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- Join Primrose School of Randolph on Saturday, June 8 from 10:30am – 1:00pm for our annual Spring Fling Fundraiser.

Primrose is hosting a morning of family friendly fun activities, including music, athletics, 11th hour rescue, food, crafts and community volunteers while also raising donations for a great cause.

All proceeds to benefit Breast cancer research ...

Randolph’s “Arts In The Park” Festival Blossoms In Its Second Year

May 22, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ-  Two years ago, Randolph resident and former director of Artworks Studio Kelly Varga had a vision of a festival in Randolph to give local artists, performers, and writers a chance to showcase their talents while bringing the community together to celebrate the arts.  That vision became a reality after Varga proposed the idea to Randolph Township and then applied for a ...

Candidate Statement: John Barbarula for NJ State Assembly

May 17, 2019

I am John Barburula, a successful business owner and tenacious attorney and I’m asking for your vote for NJ State Assembly for district 25.

Why should you vote for me over anyone else listed under my name on the ballot?  Because I am the one person who will work tirelessly, 24/7 for YOU, the taxpayers of this great state and constituents of District 25.

I am a fighter.  By ...

Denville Principal Charged with Attempted Sexual Assault

May 17, 2019

DENVILLE, NJ - The principal of a Denville middle school is facing charges including attempted sexual assault of a student, according to authorities.

The man, Paul Iantosca, 52, who is principal of Valleyview Middle School, was charged with one count of luring, one count of attempted sexual assault and one count of endangering the welfare of a child, said Morris County Prosecutor ...

Randolph High School Senior Scholarship Awards Presented at VFW Hall

May 22, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Memorial Post #7333 Veterans of Foreign Wars presented their 2019 Randolph High School Senior Scholarship awards at their May 21st meeting. 

Receiving the scholarships this year were Ashley Johnson and Abby Loveys. Parents of the two students along with fifteen members of the Post congratulated both students at the awards presentation.

Before receiving their ...

Two CCM Students Named Top Community Scholars in New Jersey Recognized by the New Jersey Council of County Colleges for Their Academic Success

RANDOLPH, NJ — Alejandra Linares Martinez, of Livingston, and Joaquin Mould Parga, of Randolph, recently were selected as 2019 New Jersey All-State Academic Team members for their success in the classroom and contributions to the community.

They, along with 36 other students from across the state, were honored by the New Jersey Council of County Colleges (NJCCC) at its 25th ...

Randolph Residents Among Those Recognized by CCM With Awards For Skills and Talents Benefitting Life of the College

May 20, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ — More than 20 students at County College of Morris (CCM) were recently recognized by the college for their success and contributions to the campus.

The students were presented with awards at the 50th Annual Campus Life Appreciation Dinner Dance. Since 1969, CCM’s Office of Campus Life has recognized outstanding students who have been involved in clubs, ...

Sopranos Prequel Brings 1967 Newark Back to Life

May 10, 2019

The plethora of pork pie hats and classic black-and-white cop cars, captured by camera crews, not only told onlookers that the scene had changed on Branford Place in downtown Newark.

It also showed them that time was reversed to the city's turbulent 1960s, as Hollywood magic made a cinematic fever dream real. 

Several blocks are serving this week as the set for the upcoming film ...

Save $25 With Zeek Plumbing This Spring

May 22, 2019

Zeek Plumbing provides high quality plumbing services to homes in Morris County and the surrounding New Jersey areas.

From fixing clogged drains to installing high-efficiency toilets and water heaters, we're ready to help.

We are licensed professionals experienced in all facets of residential and commercial plumbing including: repairs, water heaters, boiler installations, kitchen & ...

Multi-Chamber Networking Luncheon Wed. June 26

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a Multi-Chamber Networking Luncheon on Wednesday, June 26. The event will include members of the Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce, the Mt. Olive Area Chamber of Commerce and the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce.

The event will take place at the Asian Diner (inside the Quality Inn) located at 1691 Route 46 West in Ledgewood. The ...

Atlantic Health System Executive Leads Panel on Health Care Transformation

Modern Healthcare Summit Features Health Care Industry Leaders


Four members of the Health Care Transformation Consortium participated on a panel of health care leaders who shared their expertise and innovative solutions to industry challenges as part of Modern Healthcare’s Healthcare Transformation Summit in Austin, TX (May 16-17).  The panel, moderated by Kevin Joyce, ...

Morris County Teen Arts Festival at County College of Morris

The arts are alive in Morris County! County College of Morris (CCM) hosted the 39th annual Morris County Teen Arts Festival on Friday, May 17.  Over  1,500 students and a staff of 40 professional artists participated in performances, critiquing seminars and workshops in every discipline.  The festival disciplines included art, dance, design, drama, graphic design, music, music ...

CCM Launches Culinary Certificate Program for Developmentally Disabled Adults Eight-Week Program Provides Training for Employment in Food Production Settings

RANDOLPH, NJ – County College of Morris (CCM) is launching the Culinary Opportunity Program (COP) for Adults with Developmental Disabilities, starting on May 20, as an eight-week term leading to a certificate of completion.

 COP is designed to provide adults with developmental disabilities with the training and qualifications to work in a range of food production environments, ...

What the heck is a CSA?! Pick up Produce at at Astute Academics

Ever heard the term CSA floating around at farmer’s markets or local farm stands?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, a program used by local farms to share their fresh, in-season produce with local consumers in a convenient and affordable way. The crop boxes (or what the farmers call “shares”) are filled with the freshest fruits and vegetables of the week, ...

AtlantiCast: Episode 27

Summary: On this week’s AtlantiCast, meet the nurse who saves lives - even while on vacation, Newsweek names some Atlantic Health System medical centers among the world’s best, find out which vitamin can help protect your child’s bones and pets bring more than smiles to patients, hear the results of a surprising new study!


7 Tips to Prevent Bathroom Mold from Zeek Plumbing

As the hot and humid months of summer are quickly approaching, it is a good time to implement
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