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Randolph Parents Take Action for Parkland, Encourage Board Support for Student March

February 24, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - While Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School may seem far away from Randolph, parent Eliza Schleifstein praised Randolph High School for their quick response when her daughter’s friend was killed in the Parkland, Florida shooting on Feb. 14.

Another Randolph parent, Rebecca Fisher, while running past students safe in Ironia Elementary School, knew she needed to “do ...

Annual Health Fitness and Fun Fest March 24 To Include Collection For Randolph Animal Shelter

Randolph, NJ — Randolph Pain Relief and Wellness Center (PRWC) is hosting the fourth annual Health, Fitness and Fun Fest (previously Community Wellness Fest) on Saturday, March 24 from 12 pm - 3 pm at Randolph Middle School.

This year, Randolph PRWC will partner with the P.A.W.S. Club at RMS, advised by guidance counselor LuAnn Mizzoni, to hold a collection drive to ...

Morristown Happenings: Things to do in Morristown this Weekend

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  What are you doing this weekend? From sporting events, classes, wine tastings, demonstrations, markets, popups and more, Morristown has plans for you this weekend.

 

Friday February 23

Friday Films; showing of Strength Defines Us; (R); Morris County Library; 2pm - 5pm

Lego Club (ages 5 - 12); Morris County Library; 3pm - 4:30pm

Outdoor Skills- Keeping ...

Randolph Girls Basketball Bounces Roxbury on Senior Night; Secures Winning Season

RANDOLPH, NJ- At the start of the 2017-18 campaign, a winning season appeared to be an uphill battle for the Randolph girls basketball team that sported only one senior.

On the night they honored their lone senior, captain Danielle Maxwell, the Lady Rams also locked up a winning season when they defeated Roxbury 34-15.

I'll be honest, we had no idea what we were going to get this year, ...

Board of Education Receives Annual Ethics Training

February 9, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - Each year, the Board of Education receives training on ethics and N.J. State Law. Board counsel, Marc Zitomer, reminded members that they must avoid not only conduct in violation of the public trust, but also the justifiable impression of a violation.

“Board members not only have to avoid actual conflicts of interest,... you also have to avoid, what I refer to as, the ...

New Discover History Center in Morristown Now Open

February 20, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Grand Opening of the Discover History Center at Washington's Headquarters Museum was held on Saturday February 17th, just in time for the long President's Day weekend! 

Morristown National Historical Park and the Washington Association of New Jersey held the Grand Opening of the Discover History Center announcing the completion of the Military ...

Artworks Studio Updates Recreation Committee on Growth and Programs

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Recreation department manages more than sports in the township, and the recent Artworks Studio update demonstrates growth in their cultural activities over the past several years.

Kelly Varga, Artworks Coordinator, explained despite the dip in enrollment previously, 2017 saw increased enrollment as students age into older classes. With a change in demographics, the ...

Randolph Girls Basketball Bounces Roxbury on Senior Night; Secures Winning Season

February 22, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- At the start of the 2017-18 campaign, a winning season appeared to be an uphill battle for the Randolph girls basketball team that sported only one senior.

On the night they honored their lone senior, captain Danielle Maxwell, the Lady Rams also locked up a winning season when they defeated Roxbury 34-15.

I'll be honest, we had no idea what we were going to get this year, ...

Randolph Boys Swim Team Racks Up Third Consecutive State Sectional Championship

RANDOLPH, NJ-  RANDOLPH, NJ- In one of the more impressive recent accomplishments for Randolph high school athletics, the 2017-18 boys swim team took home their third straight title in the North 1 Group B State Sectional tournament on Friday Feb. 16, by defeating Ridgewood 100.5 to 69.5.

Winning one state sectional title is an accomplishment on its own, and winning two in a row ...

Heartbreak For Randolph Boys Basketball; Rams Fall in MCT Semi's on Last Second Shot

RANDOLPH – In two consecutive weeks, the Randolph boys basketball team was involved in a dramatic buzzer beater; the first one went their way, but in the second they were not so fortunate.

 

Last week, it was Drew Brown’s coast to coast lay-up at the buzzer that vaulted Randolph over Morristown-Beard and into Saturday’s Morris County Tournament ...

Roxbury Counsel Anthony Bucco Decides Against Congress Run

February 21, 2018

BOONTON, NJ – State Assemblyman Anthony Bucco (R-Morris), who also serves as Roxbury's township attorney, announced today that he will not run for Congress.

Bucco, who considered a campaign for the House of Representatives seat being vacated at year's end by Republican U.S. Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen, instead threw his support behind fellow GOP state Assemblyman Jay ...

Randolph Town Council Introduces Green Acres Replacement Ordinance

February 20, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - Wrapping up a project in the works since 2012, Randolph Township Council began the ordinance process on a Green Acres Release for the land used by the Randolph Animal Shelter. The proposal needed to go through the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection before being approved by the council.

Currently, Randolph operates a regional animal control program within India ...

Randolph Community Garden Information Meeting Feb. 20

RANDOLPH, NJ- A public meeting will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Randolph Township Community Center. All community members are welcome to attend.

The purpose of the meeting is to update residents on the progress of the community garden included in the park development on Calais Road and to answer any questions concerning its projected operations.

The ...

Randolph Parents Take Action for Parkland, Encourage Board Support for Student March

February 24, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - While Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School may seem far away from Randolph, parent Eliza Schleifstein praised Randolph High School for their quick response when her daughter’s friend was killed in the Parkland, Florida shooting on Feb. 14.

Another Randolph parent, Rebecca Fisher, while running past students safe in Ironia Elementary School, knew she needed to “do ...

Randolph Town Council Introduces Green Acres Replacement Ordinance

February 20, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - Wrapping up a project in the works since 2012, Randolph Township Council began the ordinance process on a Green Acres Release for the land used by the Randolph Animal Shelter. The proposal needed to go through the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection before being approved by the council.

Currently, Randolph operates a regional animal control program within India ...

Annual Health Fitness and Fun Fest March 24 To Include Collection For Randolph Animal Shelter

February 23, 2018

Randolph, NJ — Randolph Pain Relief and Wellness Center (PRWC) is hosting the fourth annual Health, Fitness and Fun Fest (previously Community Wellness Fest) on Saturday, March 24 from 12 pm - 3 pm at Randolph Middle School.

This year, Randolph PRWC will partner with the P.A.W.S. Club at RMS, advised by guidance counselor LuAnn Mizzoni, to hold a collection drive to ...

Morris Area Coalition For Education and Positive Choices Presents Master Class on Vaping Tuesday Evening

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, N.J.- The Morris Area Coalition For Education and Positive Choices is taking Morris County by storm with initiatives to arm the community with facts and information to fight against drug and alcohol abuse. The coalition is a proactive team of elected officials, law enforcement, educational leaders and concerned citizens, who are up to date on the latest crazes and ...

Students Invited to the Morris County Public Safety Youth Academy

February 21, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The sixth-annual Morris County Public Safety Youth Academy program will be held this July for students entering grades 9-12 in the fall. Enrollment will begin March 1 and close April 8. The program is designed for students entering Grades 9 – 12 in the fall of this year.  

The 2018 program will be held the week of July 23 – July 27 (Mon – ...

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Winter Forecast for 3-5 Inches Continues through Early Sunday Morning in Randolph Area

February 17, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- A winter weather advisory remains In Effect From 4 pm this afternoon to 4 am Sunday according to the National Weather Service.

Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches are  expected. 

Snow will quickly overspread the area from the southwest, becoming moderate to potentially  heavy at times this evening.

The snow should be finished by 4 a.m.

Plan ...

Annual Health Fitness and Fun Fest March 24 To Include Collection For Randolph Animal Shelter

February 23, 2018

Randolph, NJ — Randolph Pain Relief and Wellness Center (PRWC) is hosting the fourth annual Health, Fitness and Fun Fest (previously Community Wellness Fest) on Saturday, March 24 from 12 pm - 3 pm at Randolph Middle School.

This year, Randolph PRWC will partner with the P.A.W.S. Club at RMS, advised by guidance counselor LuAnn Mizzoni, to hold a collection drive to ...

Morristown Happenings: Things to do in Morristown this Weekend

February 23, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  What are you doing this weekend? From sporting events, classes, wine tastings, demonstrations, markets, popups and more, Morristown has plans for you this weekend.

 

Friday February 23

Friday Films; showing of Strength Defines Us; (R); Morris County Library; 2pm - 5pm

Lego Club (ages 5 - 12); Morris County Library; 3pm - 4:30pm

Outdoor Skills- Keeping ...

January Randolph Police Blotter Includes Many Outstanding Warrants

February 15, 2018

Jan 3, Janeth Ladino-Varon, 45, Randolph was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Randolph Twp Municipal Court.  .  The defendant was processed and released.

Jan 10, Patrick C. Lake, 30, Denville was arrested and charged with burglary, criminal attempt and criminal mischief.  Lake was processed and transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.

Jan 15, ...

Randolph Mayor Reflects on Interests and Concerns of Residents

February 15, 2018

I hope that everyone is enjoying the winter weather here in beautiful Randolph Township! It’s a wonderful time to enjoy many outdoor activities with family. From ice skating to sledding to skiing, it’s our varied seasons that attract so many to our wonderful community. Just be sure to stay safe. Do not ever go out on thin ice, and be careful when heading down those slopes! For those ...

Ledgewood Commons Asks State to OK Route 10 Work

February 21, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ – The company converting Ledgewood Mall into The Shops at Ledgewood Commons has asked the state to approve its plan to modify Route 10 to accommodate the project.

The plans, sent to the state Department of Transportation (DOT), comply with an August request by the Roxbury Township Council that a proposed left-turn lane on westbound Route 10 be significantly longer than ...

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Randolph High School Fencing; Background on The Schools Most Underrated Team 

February 22, 2018

In The Schools

 

RANDOLPH, NJ--The Randolph High School fencing program may not be the most glamorous sports program in the school, nor is it the most popular. Some more mainstream sports that Randolph is successful in, such as hockey or basketball, overshadow the underdog fencing organization. However, the RHS fencing team has been consistent throughout the years, finding success in, ...

The Morris County Crusaders After Strong First Season Prepare For 2018

February 19, 2018

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- When the discussion about football in an unlimited weight league among eighth graders, Coaches Odysseas Delaportas and Jeff Eisele of Jefferson decided to take action. American Youth Football, a non-profit football and cheer program bearing the logo, "non intrusive all inclusive seemed like a perfect fit. 

Delaportas and ...

Beyond Thoughts and Prayers: The East Brunswick #NeverAgain Vigil

February 21, 2018

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - On Sunday, February 25th at 6:30 pm on the EBHS football field, the Township of East Brunswick will host a vigil to honor the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and those of prior school shootings and to show our commitment to the safety of our school community. 

On February 14, which was both Ash Wednesday and ...

Parent Guide to Helping Kids Cope With the Florida Mass Shooting

February 18, 2018

The massacre at a Florida high school on Wednesday is hard for adults to wrap their head around, but it can be completely overwhelming for children who hear about it or see images of the carnage. Parents need to help guide their children through the fear, anger, upset and helplessness such a horrific attack can stir up in children.

“The first thing parents should do is assess their own ...

MCST Student Wins Rachael Ray's “Cook Your Way To Culinary School” Competition

February 20, 2018

Denville, NJ – Nick Capone, a high school senior in the Academy for Culinary Arts at the Morris County School of Technology (MCST) in Denville, was one of four young aspiring chefs who competed to make their dreams of attending culinary school a reality in Rachael Ray’s “Cook Your Way to Culinary School” competition.

The competition aired on RACHAEL RAY Friday, ...

Atlantic Health System Earns Spot for 10th Year on Fortune’s ‘100 Best Companies To Work For®’ List

Atlantic Health System, a leading provider of health care in New Jersey, today celebrated a decade of excellence after it was recognized among Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®,” ranking number 74 in its tenth consecutive year on the prestigious annual list.

It is the only health care delivery system from New Jersey, and the top-ranked New Jersey based company on ...

CCM Library to Offer Free Workshops in Grant Writing and Fundraising Workshops Provided by Foundation Center’s Funding Information Network

RANDOLPH, NJ – The County College of Morris (CCM) Library’s Foundation Center Funding Information Network is offering three free workshops on the Foundation Center products during the college’s Spring Break, March 12-15.   The CCM Library is a participant in the Foundation Center’s Funding Information Network. Network partners provide a suite of ...

CCM Launches a Degree in Virtual Reality Providing Students with a Range of Options in a Rapidly Developing Field

RANDOLPH, NJ – From gaming to training surgeons, virtual reality (VR) has become an increasingly used technology for both entertainment and learning. Recognizing that VR will only continue to grow as it becomes even more prevalent in our lives, County College of Morris (CCM) has launched an Associate in Applied Science degree in VR.

The degree will be offered starting with the Fall 2018 ...

Guest Column: The Great "Wait" of the College Process

February 18, 2018

"The Great Wait" of the College Application Process

For all the high school seniors and their parents, we are in the stressful "waiting period".  We've just finished or are finishing applications to all the schools we might possibly want to attend next year and now sit and wait our fate after the $60-$80 non-refundable application fees to at least 8-13 schools and ...

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AtlantiCast: Episode 12

On this week’s episode of AtlantiCast, decade of excellence makes headlines, as Atlantic Health’s place on Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For List leads off the newest episode of AtlantiCast. Also on this week’s show, check out the newest “hybrid” operating room at Morristown Medical Center and find out how Atlantic Health is helping local ...

Guest Column: The Great "Wait" of the College Process

February 18, 2018

"The Great Wait" of the College Application Process

For all the high school seniors and their parents, we are in the stressful "waiting period".  We've just finished or are finishing applications to all the schools we might possibly want to attend next year and now sit and wait our fate after the $60-$80 non-refundable application fees to at least 8-13 schools and ...