Come meet Socks (and his sibling Mittens) and Newman (and his sibling Oreo) at the Randolph Regional Animal Shelter on Saturday 7/1 11am-1pm. Call 973-886-1485 for email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Kitten adoption at Randolph Regional Animal Shelter
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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 16th.
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By ATLANTIC HEALTH SYSTEMJuly 6, 2018
Atlantic Health System, an integrated health care delivery system, and MedExpress, a neighborhood health care provider, are collaborating to coordinate care between MedExpress' 11 neighborhood medical centers in northern New Jersey and Atlantic Health System's extensive clinically integrated network of physicians, hospitals and other care sites.
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By MARIE FORRESTALJuly 3, 2018
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By ATLANTIC HEALTHJune 23, 2018
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