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Randolph Township Celebrates Official Opening of Veterans Memorial Park

October 21, 2020

RANDOLPH, NJ- Mother Nature ushered in sunny blue skies and comfortable temperatures on Saturday, Oct 17, making for a perfect Fall day to unveil the new Veterans Memorial Park on Calais Road in Randolph.   Over 150 people showed up for the celebration, which was run by Township Manager Stephen Mountain, along with the Township Council, Parks Department, Senator Anthony Bucco, and local ...

Launching Our Vision For the Next Hundred Years

October 18, 2020

The League of Women Voters of the Morristown Area proudly announces a new part of its dynamic effort to mobilize an informed and active electorate through outreach to voters - including potential League members: “Launching our Vision for the Next Hundred Years”.  The League will present three free Zoom Webinars covering many of the issues voters want to know about as they prepare ...

Aden Koenigsberg of Randolph Nominated For USA Football Heart of a Giant Award - Vote Now

October 27, 2020

NEW YORK, NY- The 2020 USA Football Heart of a Giant Award presented by Hospital for Special Surgery and NY Giants announced another set of outstanding Tri-State area high school football player nominees open for voting. These students have been nominated by their coaches for their commitment, teamwork, will, character and dedication.

Aden Koenigsberg; Randolph High School (Randolph, ...

Experience, Partnership, and Much Needed Change

October 27, 2020

Myself and my teammates are running with the best intentions of Randolph in mind and heart. My wife lived in Randolph her entire life. In fact, we live in her childhood home. Over the years we have taken a stance to be involved in our township and how it is shaped for the betterment of our 7-year-old son and the future generations. As a social worker, I have taken my passions and contributed to ...

DISC...Working Towards a Better Community

My name is Lance Tkacs and I am running for re-election to the Randolph Town Council.

 

One subcommittee that I have been very active in recently is the DISC…Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee.  This committee was formed after the George Floyd tragedy, as well as other similar national events that have captured the nation’s attention.   

The DISC ...

Joshua Weiner for Randolph Township Council

My name is Joshua Weiner, and I am running for the honor of serving you as a member of the Randolph Township Council.  I have been married to my wonderful wife Carrie for 13 years, and have two children, Corrine (10) and Gavin (7), both of whom attend Fernbrook Elementary School.  I am an attorney and head of the Labor and Employment Group at Coughlin Duffy, LLP, a law firm located in ...

Re-Elect Chris Carey to Randolph Township Council

Keeping the Public Informed

I strongly believe that communicating with the public and keeping community members informed is an essential responsibility of all elected officials.  Truthfully, I think it is almost impossible to over communicate. 

While serving as Mayor of Randolph this year, I have made it a top priority to provide regular communications to Randolph residents.  ...

Joanne Veech is a Seasoned, Experienced Volunteer.

My name is Joanne Veech and I am running for re-election to the Randolph Township Council. 

Early in life, I would regularly attend Council meetings with my father in my hometown so I could understand local governance. As I studied the issues, I gained a much better sense of the discussions and issues raised during those meetings. I enjoyed the ensuing conversations with my dad and ...

Message from Mayor Carey About COVID-19 and Halloween

October 23, 2020

RANDOLPH, NJ- Residents have been inquiring about recommendations for celebrating Halloween this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s challenging because parents want their children to experience the fun festivities typically associated with this time of year, but they also want to keep their families safe. Randolph Township is not “canceling” Halloween as some have ...

CCM Launches Paramedic Program to Meet Growing Demand Graduates Will Be Eligible to Gain Certification and National License

October 23, 2020

RANDOLPH, NJ – To meet a growing demand for paramedics to respond to healthcare emergencies on the scene, County College of Morris (CCM) will be offering a Paramedic Science Program to prepare individuals for state certification and national licensing.

The Paramedic Science Program will begin with the 2021 Spring Semester. The program aligns with the National EMS Education Standards and ...

Gov. Murphy Tests Negative for Coronavirus 4 Times But Will Continue Virtual Briefings 

October 26, 2020

NEW JERSEY — Five days after Gov. Phil Murphy suddenly left a briefing in Camden County over concerns of having the coronavirus, he said this afternoon he has not been symptomatic and tested negative four times since last Monday.

First Lady Tammy Murphy, who entered a voluntary self-quarantine with the governor last week, has tested negative three times.  

Still, ...

An Endorsement of #ChangeWeNeed

October 22, 2020

This statement is written as a private citizen of Randolph township.  It reflects my own opinions and does not reflect the view of my employer or past/present affiliations with other organizations.  

“Monotony.”  This is what COVID — beyond the health crisis, economic and safety issues that we all experience daily — has created for many of ...

Vote for Experienced Leadership & A Proven Track Record

Dear Editor,

I have been a Randolph Resident for over 40 years. I grew up here, went to Randolph Township Schools, and hold one of my degrees from County College of Morris. I purchased my first home here in Randolph and am an avid volunteer in the Community. I serve as the Vice Chair of the Randolph Township Economic Development Committee, serve as a Commissioner on the Planning Board, and am ...

"YES" Team

It is with great pride and respect that I am supporting the “YES” Team…Chris Carey, Joanne Veech and Lance Tkacs for re-election.

I have been a resident in Randolph since 1975 and these three have proven year after year their sincere devotion and love for our town.

Each one of them have lived in Randolph for over 25 years.  They have volunteered countless hours while ...

Morris Habitat for Humanity Celebrates 35th Anniversary

October 28, 2020

Morris Habitat for Humanity commemorated 35 years of building homes, communities and hope with a celebration at its headquarters in Randolph on October 22. Joined by local elected officials, donors, volunteers, Habitat homeowners and friends, the nonprofit organization reflected on its successes and shared plans for the future.

“This is a glorious day to bring the community together to ...

Timpanaro, Weiner, and Hernandez Hold Candidate Forum

"Last weekend, candidates for Randolph Council David Timpanaro, Joshua Weiner, and Jeanette Hernandez participated in a candidate forum after their opponents, incumbent councilmembers Christine Carey, Joanne Veech, and Lance Tkacs, were unable to attend a previously scheduled debate. The forum was hosted by volunteers from the local community and PEACE group in Randolph and touched on topics ...

Carey, Veech, Tkacs: Challengers Continue to Mislead the Public

Carey, Veech, Tkacs:  Challengers Continue to Mislead the Public

Randolph NJ, October 26, 2020 – Chris Carey, Joanne Veech, and Lance Tkacs, candidates for re-election to the Randolph Township Council, released the following statement to address many inaccurate and misleading statements being made by their challengers in the upcoming election.

In May, our opponents falsely ...

What happens after a disaster that leads to taxpayer relief

No matter how devastating a disaster is, before the IRS can authorize any tax relief, FEMA must issue a major disaster declaration and identify areas qualifying for their Individual Assistance program.

Here's a list of tax-related things that usually happen after a major disaster strikes that needs to be considered:

The IRS gives taxpayers more time to file and pay.
Taxpayers whose ...

Tri-County Scholarship Fund to Honor Morristown Medical Center President Trish O'Keefe at Virtual Gala

MENDHAM, NJ – Tri-County Scholarship Fund (TCSF) will host its 39th Annual Awards Celebration on Monday, October 26, 2020, as a free, live-streaming event, honoring three New Jersey leaders, including Morristown Medical Center President, Trish O’Keefe. All of the honorees believe in and support the TCSF mission to provide partial scholarships for many of the state’s most ...

Guest Columns

How To Get Property Tax Relief?

October 16, 2020

Most of us want to continue to stay in our homes and communities, but property taxes are driving us away.  Taking advantage of New Jersey’s Property Tax Relief programs can stretch our dollars.  Who qualifies?  Are there special programs for seniors?

The Senior Citizens Council has prepared a video presentation on the property tax relief options available for ...