Ice Storm to Begin About 6 PM, Into Tomorrow Morning

February 15, 2021

RANDOLPH, NJ-The Morris County Office of Emergency Management reported the following : 

"MCOEM is currently monitoring the storm system which is expected to start later this afternoon/evening and continue into tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16.

At this time, the National Weather Service has issued an Ice Storm Warning and Hazardous Weather Outlook which remains in effect from 6 ...

Letter from Mayor Forstenhausler Addressing Latest on COVID-19

February 26, 2021

Dear Randolph Residents,

As Mayor of Randolph Township for 2021, I urge everyone to continue to wear a face mask,
practice social distancing, and wash their hands frequently as we continue to deal with the
COVID-19 pandemic. Also, try to limit trips outside your home and monitor your health and the
health of those who live with you.

Now that there is a COVID-19 vaccine, I encourage ...

Morris County Regional COVID-19 Vaccination Center and Testing Center Will Be Closed Thursday Due to Snow

February 17, 2021

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ -  The Morris County Regional COVID-19 Vaccination Center in Rockaway Township and the Morris County COVID-19 Testing Center at the County College of Morris (CCM) will both be closed tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 18, due to inclement weather, said government officials.

Anyone will a vaccination appointment for Thursday, Feb. 18 will be rescheduled to Saturday, Feb. 20.

CCM Ranked #1 in the State for Best Associate Degrees; #19 on Top 50 Best Colleges in New Jersey

February 23, 2021

RANDOLPH, NJ –Adding to its growing list of distinctions, County College of Morris (CCM) has been named #1 for “Best for Associate Degrees” in the 2021 “The Best Colleges in New Jersey” ranking conducted by Intelligent. CCM also earned the #19 position on the list of Top 50 Best Colleges in New Jersey that includes such prestigious institutions as New ...

NJ Easing Restrictions for Religious Gatherings, Live Sports, Entertainment Venues

February 23, 2021

NEW JERSEY — “Good trends,” as Gov. Phil Murphy put it Monday, will allow New Jersey to expand its COVID-19 gathering limits.

The changes go into effect immediately. Religious services at churches, mosques and other houses of worship will be allowed to run at 50% capacity.

Also in effect, two parents/guardians will be allowed to attend indoor and outdoor college ...

Grow Your Business with TAPinto, a Trusted Marketing Partner for Businesses and Organizations

February 24, 2021

Growing your business with TAPinto is easy, affordable and effective.  Businesses can tap into our highly engaged local audience with a variety of marketing options, including content marketing, email marketing, social media marketing, sponsorships, banner advertising and more. 

TAPinto provides a trusted place for businesses and organizations to advertise their products and ...

Local Chorus Announces $1,000 Scholarship

Hickory Tree Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, is pleased to offer the $1,000.00 Diane Cecala Memorial Scholarship to a musically talented high school senior woman interested in pursuing a career in vocal music.

Rehearsing in Stirling, New Jersey, we are dedicated to teaching, singing, and performing four-part, acappella harmony. Hickory Tree Chorus has awarded an annual ...

Saint Clare’s Health Addresses Pregnancy and COVID-19 During Online Series, Let’s Talk Health

On Thursday, February 4, Saint Clare’s Health online series, “Let’s Talk Health” hosted by Brian Finestein, Chief Executive Officer of Saint Clare’s Health, featured Dr. Daniel Ferrante, Chief of OB/GYN, discussing pregnancy and COVID, including strategies for keeping mom and baby safe.

 

The community is invited to register for the FREE events online, ...

Concerned Persons For Adoption (CPFA) to Host 38th Annual "Let's Talk Adoption" Conference – To Be Held Virtually – Friday, March 12 & Saturday, March 13 from 9:00 am – 1:30 pm

The "Let's Talk Adoption" Conference is a dynamic and educational event coordinated entirely by CPFA volunteers and co-sponsored by the Rutgers University School of Social Work and the Adoption Agency Council of New Jersey. The goal is to educate and support those involved in the adoption constellation. This non-profit conference has received accolades throughout its 38-year ...

Kessler Foundation Seeks Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) for Sleep Study.

Researchers at Kessler Foundation in West Orange, NJ are studying how a 45 minute nap can help improve daily movement-related tasks. Participants are asked to complete a movement-related task (press buttons in a specific order) while in an MRI scanner. Next, participants are asked to move into another room and either take a nap while wearing a headband device which measures sleep activity, or ...

Guest Columns

‘All News Is Local’ is More Applicable than Ever Before

There’s a famous saying that “All politics Is local.” As politics has become nationalized and even local candidates are now being forced to follow or defend the pronouncements of the national political parties, the adage is seemingly less accurate.  Meanwhile, COVID-19 has caused the news industry to be turned on its head as all news is becoming local.

For instance, when ...