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Randolph Bulldog Pee Wee Football Goes Undefeated in Championship Season

November 13, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- On Saturday November 9, 2019, the Randolph Pee Wee Bulldogs Football team played host to one of their arch rivals, the Long Valley Raiders, in the Morris Country Youth Football League Championship.  This game was the culmination of hard work and sacrifice for these 11 and 12 year old’s dating back the heat and humidity of August 1.

The Pee Wee Bulldogs, Coached by ...

"Hidden in Plain Sight: A Survivor's Story": Hosted by Randolph Kiwanis

November 4, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Kiwanis invites you to a special presentation "Hidden in Plain Sight: A Survivor's Story"
Willie Juhlin, a local resident, will talk about her experiences in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam during World War II. At age 2, her parents were sent to Auschwitz where they were murdered. Willie was taken in by a Catholic family in Amsterdam and raised in plain sight ...

Randolph VFW to Honor Veterans Day With Service on Monday Nov. 11

November 9, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- As is customary every year, the Randolph VFW Post 7333 on Carroll Road in Randolph will be hosting their annual Veterans Day Service on Monday Nov. 11.

The service will take place at 11 AM, and lasts about 30 minutes.  The public is welcome to attend, there is plenty of parking available and seats for those who need them

Morris County Police Blotter for Oct 22 - Oct 28

November 14, 2019

10/22: ARREST FOR WARRANTS: Officers executed a motor-vehicle stop for an equipment violation in Hedden County Park in Randolph Township. An investigation revealed Jorge L. Coellesanchez, age 23, of Dover, to have warrants for failure to appear in Mendham Township and Mine Hill Municipal Courts. He was turned over to the custody of the Mendham Township Police Department.

-10/26: ARRESTS FOR ...

Mayor Loveys Advises on the Use of One Stop Service NJ 2-1-1

November 12, 2019

Randolph Township is first and foremost a service-based organization.  Most residents are familiar with the many services provided by the township: snow removal; leaf and branch collections; garbage and recycling pick up; large household bulk items collections; animal control; health screenings and low-cost immunizations; Police Department, Fire Department, and Rescue Squad services; a ...

Two Randolph Residents Receive Special Morris County Resolutions

November 11, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- On Friday, October 18, Morris County celebrated 25 years of the voter-approved Morris County Open Space Trust Fund.

Since the first grant was awarded in 1994, thousands of acres of open space across the county have been preserved, helping to maintain the county’s high quality of life. Events to highlight the preservation program were held in Jefferson and Chatham Township.

Countdown to the Next Career Carnival for Kids Nov. 21

November 13, 2019

PARSIPPANY, NJ- On Thursday, November 21 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM, elementary and middle school students and their families will have a special hands-on opportunity to explore the wide world of work, all while enjoying games, giveaways and goodies.  That's when Parsippany Library will host Career Carnival for Kids, a new program to cultivate "career curiosity" among young people ...

Center Grove Hosts First Ever Career Carnival For Kids

RANDOLPH, NJ- Center Grove Elementary students in grades 3-5 attended Career Carnival for Kids, a new program to spark "career curiosity" among younger students. 

Career Carnival for Kids at Center Grove featured volunteers from 22 companies/organizations representing a wide range of industries. Students met professionals from Randolph businesses - Baumwoll Orthodontics, ...

Ironia Brings Military Families Together to Honor Veterans 

November 10, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ-  Ironia Elementary celebrated Veteran’s Day by inviting relatives of Ironia students to be recognized in a special assembly. The honored guests represented all 5 branches of the Armed Services: Army, Navy, Air Force, and the Marine Corp. They were treated to performances by all of our students who sang patriotic songs which included the 4th and 5th ...

Vote DeVito (#2), MacKay (#3), Stifelman (#4) for Randolph Board of Education

November 3, 2019

Vote for DeVito (#2), MacKay (#3), Stifelman (#4)

Randolph Board of Education

For more information, visit www.BOEVote.com

I'm writing in support of Susan DeVito, Tammy MacKay, and Jeanne Stifelman for Randolph Board of Education.

They have a proven record of making contributions to Randolph's students, teachers, school administrators and community.

Susan has an extensive ...

Overlook Medical Center Resident's Breast Cancer Diagnosis Brings New Perspective on Life

November 14, 2019

SUMMIT, NJ - Natalie Rivera, DO, was in the zone.

She was focused and immersed in completing her medical residency at Summit's Overlook Medical Center while balancing being both a wife and a mom to her young daughter. Busy doesn't even begin to describe her days, which included an hour-plus commute in each direction.

Life intervened in a way that many would say was ...

Randolph Chamber of Commerce : Will The Looming 'Age and Wage' Crisis Affect You?

The Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a General Luncheon meeting on Thursday, November 21, at 11:45 AM at LaStrada Restaurant located at 1105 Route 10 East in Randolph.

Mr. Vinay Singh, a Talent Acquisition/Workforce Development Strategist and advocate will be the guest speaker. 

Members and guests are welcome to attend. No advance reservations are necessary.

The cost for ...

The Joanne Danzis Foundation and Dr. Angela Alistar of Atlantic Health Team Up For Pancreatic Cancer Research

MORRISTOWN, NJ - November is national Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month. According to Atlantic Health System, more than 56,000 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer this year alone. 

Experts believe the second leading cause of all cancer related deaths in 2020 will be from Pancreatic Cancer. To help raise money for pancreatic cancer research, The Jo-Ann ...

Atlantic Health System opens trio of services in Byram

Rehab, primary care and lab services find home in $1.3 million renovated space

BYRAM TWP., NJ – NOVEMBER 4, 2019 – Atlantic Health System this week opened a trio of much-needed services – primary care, rehab and laboratory – together in a prime retail location conveniently accessible to township residents as well as commuters travelling between Sussex and Morris ...

Randolph Man Sentenced In Fake Slip and Fall

WOODBRIDGE TWP, NJ- Middlesex County Acting Prosecutor Christie L. Bevacqua announced today that a man from Randolph was sentenced to probation, community service, and ordered to pay restitution for the fake slip and fall he orchestrated in 2018.

Alexander Goldinsky, 58, of Randolph, NJ,  was sentenced on November 4, 2019, by Superior Court Judge Joseph A. Paone to 2 years of probation ...

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League of Women Voters of Morristown Area Holds Debate for Randolph BOE Candidates

November 2, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- On Tuesday, the League of Women Voters of Morristown Area hosted a debate at Randolph High School, which featured five candidates vying for three open positions on the Randolph Board of Education. The five candidates consisted of three incumbents, Tammy MacKay, Susan DeVito, and Jeanne Stifelman, as well as two additional candidates, Yalitza Torres and Frank Dunn.

One question ...