11th Annual Susan G. Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure

Be BOLD. Be FEARLESS. Be MORE (THAN PINK). Join 2018 Honorary Race Chair Steven M. Fulop, Mayor of Jersey City, at Liberty State Park for the 11th Annual Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure, locally presented by ShopRite and Xfinity. WABC-TV Eyewitness News reporter Anthony Johnson will be the official MC for this family-friendly Race Day that includes an official USATF Timed 5K Run, 5K Fun Walk, Wellness Village sponsored by CarePoint Health, and Kids Zone. Survivors and  Forever Fighters are a focus with an exclusive Survivor Tent sponsored by Local Survivor Sponsor RWJBarnabas Health, Survivor Procession and Ceremony, special commemorative race medal, and more! There will be exciting entertainment and activities to keep the whole family engaged. Register now and be part of the cure!

The Susan G. Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure is generously sponsored by Local Presenting Sponsors ShopRite and Xfinity; Platinum Sponsor TAPinto, Local Survivor Sponsor RWJBarnabas Health; Official Transportation Sponsor NY Waterway; Wellness Village Sponsor CarePoint Health; Gold Sponsors BERGEN Magazine and Morris/Essex Health & Life; Silver Sponsors Atlantic Health System, BD/BARD, Eight O’ Clock Coffee, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, NJ.com/The Star-Ledger and PSE&G; Bronze Sponsors Newport Centre-a Simon Mall, Novartis and Pfizer; Official Team Sponsor RPM Raceway, and Social Media Sponsor Summit Medical Group MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Contact Information
  1. 9082772904
  2. race@komennorthjersey.org
Sun, May 06
7:00 am — 12:00 pm
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Be BOLD. Be FEARLESS. Be MORE (THAN PINK). Join 2018 Honorary Race Chair Steven M. Fulop, Mayor of Jersey City, at Liberty State Park for the 11th Annual Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure, locally presented by ShopRite and Xfinity. WABC-TV Eyewitness News reporter Anthony Johnson will be the official MC for this family-friendly Race Day that includes an official USATF Timed 5K Run, 5K Fun ...

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CCM Seventh Annual Photo Contest for NJ High School Students Millburn Camera ASAP Photo Will Award Prizes for First, Second and Third Place Winners

October 10, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ – New Jersey high school students who enjoy the creative practice of photography have until April 13, 2019 to enter the County College of Morris (CCM) Seventh Annual Photo Contest for the chance to win prizes and be recognized at a CCM art exhibition. Millburn Camera ASAP in Millburn – one of the largest photo stores in the state – is serving as sponsor for ...

Randolph Students and Parents Invited to 21st Century Career Path Forum; Thurs. Oct. 18

October 7, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - Students, parents and educators are invited to a program that will help identify which careers are in demand. The forum, titled Choose Your Path: 21st Century Careers Information Event will be held at the County College of Morris on Thursday October 18.

Attendees will hear from executives and professionals from Atlantic Health System, UPS, Verizon and Carpenters Local 254 ...

Monthly Randolph Chamber Meeting; Estate Planning: It's For Everyone

October 9, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a General Luncheon meeting on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 11:45AM at LaStrada Restaurant located at 1105 Route 10 East in Randolph.

Milton Hunter, a partner in the law firm of Schwartz Hunter, P.C. of Mt. Freedom will be the guest speaker. Mr. Hunter will discuss what will happen to your assets when you’re no longer around ...

David Timpanaro- Democratic Candidate for Randolph Township Council

October 11, 2018

I have lived in Randolph on and off after college, and our family has been permanently settled down for 3 years. I am married to a supportive and patient woman who has kept me grounded for 10 years and we have an amazing 5-year-old son who is truly the light of my life.  I have coached t-ball and currently coach Randolph Township Youth Flag Football. Both of us work hard to provide him with ...

Mayor Mark Forstenhausler - Randolph Township Council Candidate

Mayor Mark H. Forstenhausler was appointed in February of 2014 to fill the council seat left vacant by Thomas MacArthur. He was then was elected for a full term in 2015.

Before joining the council, Mark served as Commissioner to the Township’s Board of Adjustment. He has since liaised to the Environmental, Recreation, and Safety committees, among several other committees and work groups.

Deputy Mayor Jim Loveys - Randolph Township Council Candidate

Jim Loveys was appointed to the Randolph Township Council on August 30, 2010, to fulfill the unexpired term of a former council member. He was then elected to his first full term beginning January 1, 2011. Since then, he has remained on the Township Council having served as Mayor in 2014, and Deputy Mayor in 2013 and 2018.

While serving as Mayor, the council completed an exhaustive search for ...

Marie Potter - Randolph Township Council Candidate

Marie Potter moved to Randolph with her husband John 20 years ago, drawn to the area’s renowned school system and balance of suburban and rural characteristics. While raising her four children – Sean, Katie, Matthew, and Caroline – Marie used her technical and organizational skills to effect real improvements for her children’s public schools and for the community at ...

Lou Nisivoccia - Randolph Township Council Candidate

Lifelong Randolph resident Lou Nisivoccia is the founder and managing director of Nisivoccia Consulting LLC, an information technology consulting practice serving commercial and government entities and non-profit organizations. He is a graduate of Randolph schools and Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

Lou serves as President of the Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the ...

Shongum Teacher Featured in County College of Morris Spotlight

October 9, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- Shongum teacher Susanne Kessler is featured in a profile on the County College of Morris website where she describes how her experience at the County College of Morris helped her become a better student and to succeed and excel. These lessons inspired Kessler to pursue a degree in education at Montclair State University and become a teacher. She began teaching at Shongum School 11 ...

Randolph Middle School Student Helps Girls in India

October 10, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- When Randolph Middle School eighth grader Radha Godkar visited India, she was shocked to learn that many girls did not have access to an education.

So the middle school student decided to do something about it. Radha started by making donations of supplies to a school in India for girls. She then felt that was not enough so she started "KANYAA" which means girl in Hindi ...

2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

October 12, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee comprised of administrators, current and former coaches, former athletes and community members are extremely pleased to announce the 2018 Randolph High School Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees:

Coach:    John R. Bauer (1972-2000); football, basketball, baseball

Contributor:  Joe Nazzaro ...

Lavallette Beach Unveils Brendan Tevlin Memorial Playground

October 14, 2018

LAVALLETTE, NJ — A New Jersey State Police helicopter flew overhead and members of the United States Coast Guard floated nearby as hundreds celebrated the grand opening of a playground recently built in Lavallette Beach in memory of Livingston resident Brendan Tevlin a little more than four years after he was fatally shot in West Orange.

Firefighters and other volunteers from across the ...

The Randolph Township Administrators Association Supports Referendum

October 1, 2018

The Randolph Township Administrators Association will continue to not only support all things that are in the best interest of our district, but we will also support all enhancements to our programs and our facilities that are good for our students.  The items contained in this upcoming referendum will provide needed improvements and upgrades throughout our district which will benefit all ...

Athletics Community Feedback

Fellow Randolph Residents & TAPinto RANDOLPH Readers, 

Given all of the recent social media and real-life discussion, we felt that we should share the original feedback we provided to Superintendent Fano and the RTNJ Board of Education this past December. This has been copied/pasted from the actual information/letter submitted, and hope you take this into consideration when you cast ...

In Support of the Schools Referendum

The landscape of education is continually changing, and as a community we need to ensure that our schools are ready and able to prepare both today’s and tomorrow’s students to meet their full potential.

There’s no question that the schools in our district need improvements. Each building was designed with a vision that intended to accommodate students for many years to come.

Take Safety Into Your Own Hands This October During National Fire Prevention Month

October 14, 2018

Are your friends and family prepared in the event of a fire?  October is Fire Prevention Month, the perfect time to learn about fire safety and develop a plan if danger strikes.

In an effort to help families easily find fire safety information and learn more about the benefit of fire sprinklers, the New Jersey Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board (NJFSAB) has created a special web resource page ...

Celebrate Morristown Festival of Books' Closing Event; A Drinkable Feast: A Cocktail Companion to 1920s Paris

 
















A Touch of Paris in Morristown

Saturday, October 13, 5:15 p.m.

St. Peter's Parish Hall, 70 Maple Avenue

(entrance on Miller Road)

 

In the Prohibition era, ...

Boy Scouts of America Honored Louis Brusco, Jr., Arnold Pallay, and Thomas G. Scott at the 2018 Health and Medical Awards Dinner

Florham Park, NJ – The Boy Scouts of America honored Louis Brusco, Jr., MD, FCCM, Chief Medical Officer of the Morristown Medical Center, Arnold Pallay, MD, FAAFP, Managing Partner at Vanguard Medical Group, and Thomas G. Scott, Regional Chief Financial Officer-New Jersey at Prime Health Services, Inc. at the Boy Scouts of America 2018 Health and Medical Awards Dinner that was held on ...

Celebrate Morristown Festival of Books' Closing Event; A Drinkable Feast: A Cocktail Companion to 1920s Paris

 
















A Touch of Paris in Morristown

Saturday, October 13, 5:15 p.m.

St. Peter's Parish Hall, 70 Maple Avenue

(entrance on Miller Road)

 

In the Prohibition era, ...

Elite TOMA Martial Arts to host 18th Break-A-Thon to benefit Randolph Fire Dept.

Elite TOMA Martial Arts in Randolph will host its 18th annual Break-A-Thon from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, to benefit the Randolph Township Fire Department.

The event will be held at the martial arts academy located at 1572 Sussex Turnpike. Students collect donations, with each $5 raised earning them another wooden board to break at the Break-A-Thon. In the past, some students ...