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Randolph Recreation Ice Hockey Revamps Committee, Reveals Important Dates for Upcoming Season

June 17, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ-  The 2018 Randolph Recreation Ice Hockey program recently revamped its committee to ensure stability and consistency to the already successful and talented program.  The Recreation Department sent out correspondence to the town at the beginning of April and the following positions were filled through an interview process: Brian DesRosiers -Chairman, Michael Pizzano - ...

REF's Randolph Rocks 5K Photo Slideshow

RANDOLPH, NJ-  Randolph Rocks "REF" 5K, 

https://youtu.be/q7BiGjKXDng

Another Winning Season for Randolph Youth Track & Field

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Youth Track & Field team faced Rockaway Boro and Rockaway Township in the final meet of the regular season on Sunday, May 20, and once again, Randolph ran away with the win. The team’s impressive finish (Randolph 309/Rockaway TS 129/Rockaway Boro 72) capped off a series of victories against Lakeland League competitors Long Valley, Mount Olive, Parsippany, ...

Morristown Happenings: Things to Do in Morristown This Weekend June 15-17

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Wondering what to do this weekend? Celebrate Dad by checking out the many activities and event happening in Morristown this weekend. have a great weekend everyone!

 

Friday June 15

David Heherty and the Live Off Tour; Mayo Performing Arts Center; 7:30pm

Bossa Nova Baby performed by Juliana Areias; Morris Museum's Bickford Theatre; 8pm

 

Saturday ...

New Tradition in Randolph Begins: 2018 Randolph Seniors Clapped Out at Home Elementary Schools

June 12, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ-  All four elementary Schools in Randolph showed great excitement on the morning of Monday June 11, as buses of graduating Seniors from RHS pulled up to their buildings. The schools prepared for the 2018 graduates, who visited the school they attended for grades K-5, by lining the halls and excitedly cheering them on with signs as the soon to be adults roamed ...

First Ever Tie For Salutatorian Announced For Randolph High School Class of 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- When it came time to recognize the top academic achievers for Randolph high school's class of 2018, the calculations revealed a "first ever" tie for Salutatorian.  After being averaged down to four decimal points, seniors Sydney Jenkins and Jenna Sandler were declared Co-Salutatorians for 2018.

Jenkins, who took 8 AP classes at RHS and is a ...

Randolph Announces Valedictorian, Salutatorian; Spotlight on The High Achievers

RANDOLPH, NJ- When the race was finished for the top two academic achievement awards for Randolph High School’s Class of 2018 - Valedictorian and Salutatorian, - there were three people still standing.

In an unprecedented first, RHS will have a tie for Salutatorian in 2018, even after the grade point average calculations went down to four decimal points.   

What makes ...

The Voice Semifinalist and Randolph Native Brendan Fletcher Performs Benefit Concert; Thursday June 14

June 13, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Singer, song writer and former semifinalist on “The Voice” Brendan Fletcher will be performing at the Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown on Thursday June 14 at 7:30pm.  The concert, which is presented by Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty and First Lady Mary Dougherty will benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, with all proceeds going directly ...

Randolph High School Dances Into a New Decade

RANDOLPH, NJ- Whether it was a contemporary solo or a class hip-hop routine, dancers at Randolph High School lit up the stage during the school’s 10th anniversary showcase. The performances took place on Thursday, May 31 and Friday, June 1, drawing an array of students, teachers, and guests from all across the Randolph community.

The show opened with a documentary by Mark Lucivero that ...

Things to Do in Morristown This Weekend: June 8-10

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Looking for something to do this weekend? Morristown has something for everyone. Check out the events happening in and around Morristown this weekend!

 

Friday June 8

Friday Films ; All The Money in The World (R); Morris County Library; 2pm - 5pm

Morristown High School Film Festival; Morristown High School Media Center; 7pm - 10pm

The Minstrel presents Open ...

Facebook Provides Verification Badges for All TAPinto Facebook Pages

June 4, 2018

TAPinto and its 75 partner sites have been verified on Facebook with the social media platform's blue badge, which is given to news organizations that meet Facebook's authenticity criteria. 

Facebook gives the blue verification badge to "eligible brands, media organizations and public figures," based on factors that include policy compliance and public ...

Randolph Recreation Ice Hockey Revamps Committee, Reveals Important Dates for Upcoming Season

June 17, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ-  The 2018 Randolph Recreation Ice Hockey program recently revamped its committee to ensure stability and consistency to the already successful and talented program.  The Recreation Department sent out correspondence to the town at the beginning of April and the following positions were filled through an interview process: Brian DesRosiers -Chairman, Michael Pizzano - ...

Another Winning Season for Randolph Youth Track & Field

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Youth Track & Field team faced Rockaway Boro and Rockaway Township in the final meet of the regular season on Sunday, May 20, and once again, Randolph ran away with the win. The team’s impressive finish (Randolph 309/Rockaway TS 129/Rockaway Boro 72) capped off a series of victories against Lakeland League competitors Long Valley, Mount Olive, Parsippany, ...

Frost Puts Chill on the Rest of the Field, Winning the Fishawack 4-Mile Run in 19:58; Babcock is First Woman to Cross

CHATHAM, NJ - Collin Frost of Randolph made an impressive debut at the Fishawack Run by completing the 4-mile course in 19:58, averaging 4:59 per mile and beating his closest competitor by 50 seconds. 

The top three finishers, including the 25-year-old Frost, all had a connection to the Chatham High cross-country team. Frost, a former Cougar coach, now teaches and coaches at ...

Primary Election Results are In for Randolph

June 5, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Primary unofficial election result vote tally is listed below for Randolph Township Council, reported by Morris County:

 



Mark H. Forstenhausler
 
1,125
21.93%
 


James B. Loveys
 
1,229
23.96%
 


Marie Potter
 
1,103
21.50%
 


Lou ...

Randolph VFW Post 7333 Retires Flags in Annual Ceremony

June 14, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- Every June 14, the Randolph VFW honors Flag Day by holding a ceremony to “retire” old flags in their proper and respectful manner.

“We’ve been doing this for 13 years now, there was a group before us who did it for some time but then stopped, and we started it up again,” said Past Post Commander Jack Sassaman.  “We do this out of respect ...

Course Record Stays Intact, Barely, at Roxbury 5K

ROXBURY, NJ – Collin Frost of Randolph blasted through the annual Roxbury Community Benefit 5K race today and crossed the finish line with a time of 15.20.

Afterward, not really seeming all that winded, the 25-year-old said he and the other top runners – including Succasunna’s Justin Scheid and Randolph’s Seamus Higgins – didn’t really push themselves.

Randolph Boys Raise $7,000 for "Jam Kancer in the Kan"

RANDOLPH, NJ-Randolph Trio, together with friends raised $7000 for JAM KANCER IN THE KAN.

Jake Weiner and Jack Levine, 6th grade students at Randolph Middle School, and Lilly Levine a 5th grader at Shongum Elementary School brought together friends and family of all ages to help raise money for those effected by and fighting against Cancer. A fun morning of Kan Jam, with the important ...

RMS Capstone Project Proposes One Mile of New Sidewalks In Randolph

June 14, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - When RMS students Emma Halper and Brendan Laqui began their 8th grade capstone projects, they looked at Randolph for inspiration. Tasked with different topics (Laqui with Good Health and Wellbeing, Halper on Sustainable Cities and Communities) they both found sidewalks would accomplish these goals.

The RMS Capstone Expo for all 400 students takes place on June 12-13, but Laqui ...

THE MAX Challenge Announces New Location in Randolph

June 13, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- THE MAX Challenge, one of the nations’ fastest growing fitness concepts, known for its 10-Week Challenge, is excited to announce its new location in Randolph NJ opening in summer 2018.

A comprehensive 10-week body and mind renewal program, THE MAX Challenge combines a varying workout regimen with an easy-to-follow nutrition guide to help members achieve and sustain optimal ...

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REA RELEASES STATEMENT ON RECENT EVENTS IN RANDOLPH COMMUNITY

June 12, 2018

On June 4, 2018, the Randolph Board of Education (BOE) held a special meeting, at which they discussed the recent vote of no confidence by the Randolph Education Association (REA) regarding the leadership of Superintendent Jennifer Fano. In passing a resolution that unanimously expresses confidence in Superintendent Fano, along with their related statement, the Board unfortunately chose to ...

REF's Randolph Rocks 5K Photo Slideshow

June 16, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ-  Randolph Rocks "REF" 5K, 

https://youtu.be/q7BiGjKXDng

Morristown Happenings: Things to Do in Morristown This Weekend June 15-17

June 15, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Wondering what to do this weekend? Celebrate Dad by checking out the many activities and event happening in Morristown this weekend. have a great weekend everyone!

 

Friday June 15

David Heherty and the Live Off Tour; Mayo Performing Arts Center; 7:30pm

Bossa Nova Baby performed by Juliana Areias; Morris Museum's Bickford Theatre; 8pm

 

Saturday ...

Morris County Opens New Veterans Service Office

June 14, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - A new Morris County Veterans Services Office and Veterans Administration Clinic located in Morris Township officially opened today in a ceremony that included the unveiling and dedication of a POW/MIA Chair of Honor for the county.
       
The Morris County Board of Freeholders and representatives of the Veterans Administration and officials of the ...

Upcoming Events

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Thu, June 21, 3:00 PM

Randolph Municipal Building, Randolph

Adult Immunization Clinic

Community Calendar

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Fri, June 22, 2:00 PM

Randolph Township Free Public Library, Randolph

Films on Friday: Coco

Arts & Entertainment Education Health & Wellness Other

Sun, June 24, 11:00 AM

Mountain Lakes

Art at the Esplanade

Arts & Entertainment

First Ever Tie For Salutatorian Announced For Randolph High School Class of 2018

June 10, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- When it came time to recognize the top academic achievers for Randolph high school's class of 2018, the calculations revealed a "first ever" tie for Salutatorian.  After being averaged down to four decimal points, seniors Sydney Jenkins and Jenna Sandler were declared Co-Salutatorians for 2018.

Jenkins, who took 8 AP classes at RHS and is a ...

Letter to The Editor : I Support the team of Forstenhausler, Loveys, Potter, and Nisivoccia

June 5, 2018

Dear Editor,

I am excited to support the team of Forstenhausler, Loveys, Potter, and Nisivoccia for Randolph Township Council. I grew up in Randolph and this team is ready and able to continue the hard work that has made Randolph such a great place to grow up.

I’ve worked personally with Jim Loveys on the Municipal Alliance Committee. Mark has protected our community on the Fire ...

Letter to Editor : I Support for Mark Forstenhausler, Jim Loveys, Marie Potter and Lou Nisivoccia, candidates for Randolph Town Council.

Dear Editor,

I am writing to express my support for Mark Forstenhausler, Jim Loveys, Marie Potter and Lou Nisivoccia, candidates for Randolph Town Council.

Mark, Jim, Marie and Lou are running as a team to fill the 4 town council seats up for election this year.

All four are long-term residents of Randolph, having each lived here for over 25 years.  While raising their families in ...

My Thoughts on the Board of Education Decision To Support Superintendent Fano

Dear Editor,  

I am writing this letter in response to last night’s decision by the Randolph Board of Education to fully support Superintendent Fano despite recent concerns brought forth by the Randolph Education Association and parents. Despite the Board’s decision, there remains unresolved concerns in the Randolph School District. Regardless of the Board members’ ...

Morristown Medical Center’s National Cancer Survivors Day Celebration Features Suzzanne Douglas as Keynote Speaker and Performer

June 14, 2018

The Carol G. Simon Cancer Center Celebrates 20 Years

Morristown, N.J – The Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Morristown Medical Center celebrates its 20th Anniversary at its National Cancer Survivors Day event, Sunday, June 10 from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm.  The event is open to Carol G. Simon Cancer Center cancer survivors and their caregivers.

Twenty years ago, the ...

New Jersey Blood Services Declares Blood Emergency

New Jersey Blood Services/New York Blood Center (NYBC) has declared a blood emergency. The organization is asking people across New York City, the Hudson Valley, Long Island and New Jersey to donate blood to help replenish the blood supply for hospitals throughout the area.

 

In order to maintain a safe blood supply, a seven-day inventory of all blood types must be continually ...

NEW JERSEY VEIN AND VASCULAR CENTER HOSTS NEOCUTIS OPEN HOUSE

Randolph, NJ -  This Thursday – June 14th from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM – The New Jersey Vein and Vascular Center on Route 10 in Randolph will host an OPEN HOUSE introducing the NEOCUTIS line of pharmaceutical quality skin care products. NEOCUTIS is exclusively dispensed through select physicians and has become one of the world’s most trusted skincare brands. Their exclusive ...

Randolph Hebrew Registration is Now Open

RANDOLPH NJ- entering its 17th year, Randolph Hebrew of Morris County has opened registration to new students for the upcoming school year that is set to begin on Sunday, September 16.

Randolph Hebrew enjoys a well-earned reputation as a trend setter in creative Jewish education. It's well trained staff, cutting edge curriculum along with the teacher to student ration allows for ...

AtlantiCast

AtlantiCast: Episode 16

Summer is in the air, and the latest episode of AtlantiCast is ready to help you enjoy some fun outdoors while staying safe! This week’s episode opens with tips for sunscreen usage from Atlantic Health System’s Chief Medical and Academic Officer, Dr. Jan Schwarz-Miller. You’ll also learn about how Atlantic Health System is advancing the future of health care through ...