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Join Retro Fitness of Kenvil NOW for only a $1 with NO COMMITMENT and bring a friend ANYTIME.  Group classes, child sitting, tanning, and a fitness assessment by our certified Personal Trainers are included in the Ultimate Membership as well as access to all Retro Fitness locations.   Our famous smoothie bar is open to members, guests, and the public.  At Retro Fitness of Kenvil we are committed to the health, wellness, and safety of all our members, guests, and employees following all CDC and the Governor’s guidelines.  Every member and guest must wear a mask, have their temperature checked, and fill out the required health screening questionnaire.  Join now to begin your fitness journey together with Retro Fitness of Kenvil at a time when fitness and health are most important. Join up in person or online.

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Join Retro Fitness of Kenvil NOW for only a $1 with NO COMMITMENT and bring a friend ANYTIME. Group classes, child sitting, tanning, and a fitness assessment by our certified Personal Trainers are included in the Ultimate Membership as well as access to all Retro Fitness locations. Our famous smoothie bar is open to members, guests, and the public. At Retro Fitness of Kenvil we are committed ...

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Motor Vehicle Center in Randolph Closes Due to COVID; Will Reopen Feb. 1

January 20, 2021

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Motor Vehicle Licensing Center closed on Tuesday, January 19 after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The licensing center will reopen February 1, 2021, stated the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. 

Road test operations and the inspection stations remain open as they are separate from the MVC Centers. If you need to reschedule an appointment, ...

What's New in Randolph: Meet the New Mayor

January 6, 2021

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a Zoom General Meeting on Thursday, January 21 at 12 Noon.

The speaker will be the newly-elected Mayor of Randolph. The Mayor will discuss economic ventures, infrastructure developments and other initiatives of interest to the Township’s business community.

It’s Free and open to members and non-members. Take this ...

Randolph Girls Lacrosse to Offer Free Clinic for New Players

January 12, 2021


The Randolph Girls Lacrosse Organization is offering a free introductory clinic for NEW PLAYERS ONLY for Randolph girls in grades 1-8. The clinic will be held on Saturday, February 6 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm outdoors on the Freedom Park Turf field.

Equipment will be provided. Wear sneakers or cleats and bundle up for this fun ...

Randolph Police Blotter December 2020

January 13, 2021

On December 8, 2020 - Following a motor vehicle stop, Ptl. Ian Green arrested Juan A. Guajardo, age 42 of Randolph, NJ on an ATS contempt warrant out of Ridgefield Park, NJ.  Mr. Guajardo was processed, posted bail in full cash, then released. 

On December 8, 2020 – Following a motor vehicle stop, Ptl. Bryan Blauvelt arrested Ryan C. Ford, age 40 of Dover, NJ on an ATS contempt ...

COVID-19 Call Center Opens at Morris County Library

January 19, 2021

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - Do you have question about COVID-19?

The Morris County Division of Public Health has established a #COVID-19 Call Center at the Morris County Library. A county employee from the Division of Public Health and a team of Medical Reserve Corp volunteers will take calls 7 days a week from 9 AM to 4 PM. No walk-ins or appointments. 

The call center volunteers will answer ...

Kelly Reid Awarded Randolph Middle School Teacher of the Year

January 14, 2021

RANDOLPH, NJ- Science Teacher Kelly Reid was selected as this year’s Teacher of the Year at Randolph Middle School. Ms. Reid began teaching at the middle school in September of 2002. Over the course of her time with the district, she has taught 6th and 7th grade science utilizing inquiry-based instruction in her classroom. Ms. Reid received two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Elementary ...

Capitol Hill Riot Through the Eyes and Lens of Independent Photojournalist Julian Leshay

January 11, 2021

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Julian Leshay, an independent photojournalist, spoke with Executive Producer Brian Brodeur about his experiences taking photos at the recent Capitol Hill riot on January 6. Leshay gives viewers his insight into the scenes he witnessed and the images he captured on that fateful day. 

Leshay arrived in Washington, D.C. the day before, “to get the environment, to ...

Murphy Expects Incoming Biden Administration to Speed up Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout

January 19, 2021

NEW JERSEY — Gov. Phil Murphy said Tuesday he expects the progress made so far in the state’s vaccine rollout to be given a much-needed push forward by the Joe Biden administration once the President-elect is sworn in on Wednesday.

So far, the state has had to reckon with delays in the arrival of doses from the federal government and thus large segments of the population ...

Here We Go Again!

January 8, 2021

Last night's Township Council meeting highlighted the stark contrast between the wonderful job the Republican Council members gushingly congratulated themselves and each other on, and the harsh daily realities faced by many of the people they are supposed to serve.

They still don't quite seem to get it. They kept touting the resolution they passed last June after George Floyd's ...

Atlantic Health System receives NJ Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award

January 19, 2021

MORRISTOWN, NJ – JANUARY 2021 – Atlantic Health System, a leading provider of health care in New Jersey, recently received the New Jersey Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award, and was named among the organizations and individuals that have moved the state forward on significant issues, including climate change, recycling, clean drinking water, and environmental ...

Saint Clare’s Health New COVID Online Series, Let’s Talk Health, Presents The Silent Pandemic: COVID and Mental Health

On Thursday, January 21 at 7 p.m., Saint Clare’s Health online series, “Let’s Talk Health” hosted by Brian Finestein, Chief Executive Officer of Saint Clare’s Health, will feature Dr. S. Singh, Director of Behavioral Health discussing the mental health impact of the COVID pandemic on both children and adults.

According to Dr. Singh, “Understandably, during ...

Small Businesses Can Benefit from SBA's Changes to the PPP Lending Program

NEW JERSEY -- The newly issued guidelines on Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) lending overseen by the SBA and the U.S. Treasury Department will better target New Jersey's small businesses, especially those owned by minorities or located in low income areas.

The Economic Aid Act makes it possible for hard-hit businesses to get second loans from the PPP lending ...

Last Chance to Register for Free Virtual Panel Discussion Featuring Distinguished COVID-19 Experts

TAPinto will host a panel discussion featuring distinguished COVID-19 experts on Thursday, January 14, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. This virtual gathering is free for attendees, but registration is required. 

The panel, presented by Atlantic Health System and moderated by Communications Consultant Bruno Tedeschi, will feature Dr. Michelle Cholankeril, ...

Enroll at CCM and Take Advantage of Money to Pay for College More than $500,000 Is Available to Help Students Realize Their Dreams

RANDOLPH, NJ – Are you dreaming of college and a better future but struggling to find ways to pay for a higher education? Not only does County College of Morris (CCM) provide an affordable option for people to realize their dreams, the college also has more than $500,000 to help students so they can enroll for the 2021 Spring Semester.

Money for College

For those who have lost their ...

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Local Doctors Give Their Expert Opinions on the COVID Vaccines

January 11, 2021

NEW JERSEY -- New Jersey has begun its program for administering the COVID-19 vaccine in a two-phase approach. Stage 1A provides vaccine access to healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities. The overall goal is to have the vaccine reach a majority of the population by the spring, according to the NJ Office of Emergency Medical Services. However, some people have expressed ...

TAPinto Featured Franchisee: Jennifer Dericks of TAPinto Sparta and TAPinto Newton

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The TAPinto Featured Franchisee of the Month for January 2021 is Jennifer Dericks from TAPinto Sparta and TAPinto Newton.

Dericks launched her two franchises back in 2012 after completing her term on the Sparta Board of Education and she’s been with TAPinto ever since.

“It would be more accurate to say TAPinto found me,” Dericks said. “I was ...