Guest Column

January 16, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ - Ok, it's weather time! Winter kicked off in the Nation’s midsection this past weekend enjoying a healthy swath of snow from KC to DC on to AC (while points north around the tri-state were spared, for now). Speaking of football, game time temps in KC this Sunday are expected to be ...

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Are you ready for benchmarks? Feeling anxious and overwhelmed? Try these three proven skills to help you tackle your benchmarks with confidence! Prepare Mentally and Physically The night before your test, make sure you are getting plenty of sleep, so your mind and body are well rested and ...

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Here in the midst of another holiday season, many of us want to be reflective and spend quality time with loved ones, but instead we feel stressed, with too much to do in too little time. The season becomes something to survive instead of savor. “The holidays often add layers of obligations on ...

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Does Aquaman Sink the DCEU or Swim Towards the Future? (Minor Spoilers) Riding the wave of the DC Extended Universe and diving into the depths of DC Comics mythology is James Wan’s origin of “the King of the Seven Seas”: Aquaman which opened last weekend. I can't promise that I've gotten all ...

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It was a tremendous honor on December 3 to induct the largest, most impressive Hall of Fame class in NJSIAA history. This stellar, 16-member group entering the NJSIAA Gallagher/Bollinger Hall of Fame includes an Olympic Gold Medalist, a Heisman Trophy winner, a Cy Young Award winner, a NCAA ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ- At Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph one of the options we may recommend for treating cavities in baby teeth is the application of silver diamine fluoride to affected teeth.  The great appeal of using silver diamine fluoride on cavities is that it stops both the development and ...

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Randolph Lions Club stepped up and helped out for another year with 50 turkeys and 50 full bags of food for Thanksgiving.  Every year I, reach out to Mike Kutlenios and Larry LaManna from the Lions Club, and they ask me how many I need and when I need them all delivered. The guys all show up ...

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The anti-Semitic massacre at a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania synagogue Saturday that claimed 11 lives. Nine sick children dying from infection at a Passaic County health facility. A blaze in Dover that left 80 people homeless and destroyed six businesses. Back-to-back hurricanes that decimated ...

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This campaign season has been quite the experience for me. I am often pre-judged by my exterior and given a false narrative by those that do.  I consistently act on my passions and follow the call to help. Running for Township Council is just the beginning and involves a lot of time, energy, and ...

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