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Mt. Freedom Fire Company #3 & Randolph Parks and Recreation Host 9th Annual Trunk or Treat 

October 11, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- To provide a fun and safe alternative to traditional door to door trick-or-treating, the Mt. Freedom Fire Company #3, in partnership with the Randolph Parks and Recreation, is hosting Trunk or Treat. Families are invited to distribute candy and treats during the event. Creativity is encouraged as there will be contests for “Best Trunk”.

Campbell's Haunted Tours Coming Back This Weekend in Randolph

October 16, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- Campbell’s Haunted Tours is a local legend in Randolph, NJ. Using an artful series of blind turns, double backs, and winding passages Campbell's Haunted Tours disorients their guests. Each tour has a personal guide to take them through the scenes from classic and modern horror films... and a few from the Campbell's personal imaginations. You'll step into a ...

Mt. Freedom Fire Company #3 & Randolph Parks and Recreation Host 9th Annual Trunk or Treat for Randolph Community

October 14, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- To provide a fun and safe alternative to traditional door to door trick-or-treating, the Mt. Freedom Fire Company #3, in partnership with the Randolph Parks and Recreation, is hosting Trunk or Treat. Families are invited to distribute candy and treats during the event. Creativity is encouraged as there will be contests for “Best Trunk”.  Adding to the fun, there ...

Randolph Board Of Education Election

October 18, 2019

I am a candidate for the Randolph Board of Education.  I just retired at the end of the 2018 school year from teaching for 19 years at Boonton High School, so I bring a wealth of educational experience with me. Since retiring I have been substitute teaching at both Randolph and Roxbury High Schools, as well as volunteering as a tour guide at the NJ Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Holmdel.

I ...

Mayor Loveys October Newsletter: Reminders on Randolph Township Communication

October 8, 2019

As we enter the month of October, we notice the cooler temperatures and the foliage that beautifies our landscape.  With the change in seasons, we are reminded that the weather can be rather unpredictable.  Anyone who has lived in Randolph or the surrounding area during the past decade will recall the back to back October ice and snow storms of 2011, the havoc wreaked on our trees, the ...

Fundraiser for Former Roxbury Student Killed in Route 80 Triple-Fatal

October 21, 2019

ROXBURY - An online fundraiser is gathering money for the family of a former Roxbury High School student who died Oct. 18 in a car crash on Route 80 in Parsippany-Troy Hills.

The GoFundMe site for Julia Wells, 20, was launched Saturday and raised more than $2,050 by today. Its organizers, Amber Brianne and Gaby Castano, hope to raise $10,000 "to help the family with any funeral ...

Upcoming Events

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Tue, October 22, 7:00 PM

Randolph Township Library, Randolph

The Magic of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Arts & Entertainment Education

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Thu, October 24, 7:30 PM

Deep Wellness Center, Ledgewood

Yoga With Kerri

Health & Wellness

RHS Team Harmony Honored by the State of New Jersey

October 15, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- In celebration of Respect Week, we are excited to share that the Senate and General Assembly of New Jersey recognized Team Harmony in a joint resolution. The Randolph High School student organization was honored for their outstanding achievements promoting Morris County’s Stigma-Free campaign, which aims to prevent bullying and embrace diversity. Team Harmony was praised ...

Holocaust Survivor Teaches RMS Students the Importance of Being Upstanders

October 16, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- - Holocaust Survivor Fred Heyman Teaches Randolph Middle School Students the Importance of Being Upstanders to Prevent Bullying

The week beginning with the first Monday in October is designated as the Week of Respect in New Jersey. In recognition of the importance of social and emotional learning and character education, school districts statewide will be providing ...

Randolph Boys Basketball Clinic Brings Together Young and Older Players

October 17, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- On Sunday, October 6, the Randolph High School Boys Basketball Booster Club hosted their 4th Annual youth basketball clinic at RHS. Boys from fourth through eighth grades filed into the gym eager to work on their skills under the watchful eye of the high school players.  

The kids were excited to be there and brought a high level of energy and focus. With the help of ...

Natural Healing Showcase & Wellness Festival at Deep Wellness Center

October 21, 2019

Deep Wellness Center, a new holistic therapy and wellness center that opened this February is hosting the first annual Natural Healing Showcase & Wellness Festival this Saturday and Sunday, October 26th and 27th from 10:00am – 4:00pm. Each hour will feature a new holistic therapist showcase and discussion as well as concurrent mini-sessions that will go on throughout the ...

Reid Still Needs a Kidney! Could You Be A Match?

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Reid Cappel has been on a mission to save his life. The Harding resident and Atlantic Health employee is in search of a kidney.

The journey began when Cappel was just 21 years old. Doctors found a tumor where one of the his kidneys should have been. The tumor wasn’t cancerous but he has been dealing with Chronic Kidney Disease since then.

“My other kidney is ...

CCM Student Publication Earns National Design Award for the Eighth Time; The Promethean Again Honored by Graphic Design USA

RANDOLPH, NJ — The Promethean, a literary and arts publication designed by County College of Morris (CCM) students and faculty, has been recognized by Graphic Design USA in its 2019 American In-House Design Awards contest.

The In-House Graphic Design Awards recognize materials created by in-house design departments at agencies and institutions across the nation. The contest ...

Goryeb Children’s Hospital Opens Expanded Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Expansion Funded in Part by Generous Community Members

 Morristown, NJ — To meet the demand for the highly specialized care needed for critically ill or injured children, Atlantic Health System’s Goryeb Children’s Hospital today announced the opening of its expanded Joan and Edward Foley Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).

Prior to the ...

CCM Television Program Presents Fourth Season Highlighting the College, “CCM: All Access” Continues Weekly Student Production

RANDOLPH, NJ – The Alex DeCroce Media Center at County College of Morris (CCM) will begin its fourth season of “CCM: All Access,” a weekly television show, airing on Morris Educational Television (METV) on Mondays at 9 a.m., then at 3 p.m. and again at 9 p.m.

 “We are thrilled to be able to continue the show and provide students with this real-world project,” ...

Plumbing Tips for the Fall From Zeek Plumbing

Cold weather will be here sooner than you think, and freezing temperatures always cause problems with plumbing. Zeek Plumbing recommends that you follow these tips to avoid a plumbing disaster this Winter season.

 

Disconnect and drain all outdoor hoses

The water left inside the hoses will freeze which will cause the hose to expand. When it expands, it can cause the hose to ...

Guest Columns

Advice for Youth Swimmers Preparing For The Upcoming Season

October 20, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- As club and high school swim teams begin to prepare for the start of their seasons, younger and newer swimmers can begin to feel overwhelmed with everything that is happening. This feeling is perfectly normal and is something that every swimmer goes through.

As a fellow swimmer, I know how daunting the beginning of the swim season can be, especially if you have never swum on a ...