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Randolph Recreation Department To Sponsor Holiday Celebration Sat. Dec. 7 at 7 p.m.

December 3, 2019

The community is invited to attend Randolph’s annual tree lighting ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 7 beginning at 7:00 p.m.

The holiday celebration will take place at the community center, located at 30 Calais Road in Randolph.

Come on out and celebrate the holiday season with neighbors, friends and the RMS Canzonetta Choir.

Cookies, hot chocolate and other light ...

Randolph Middle School Hockey Team Brings Home the Cup

December 9, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- It has been six years since the Randolph Middle School hockey team has brought home the Championship. This year‘s 2019 middle school team squeezed into the semifinals as the No. 4 seed in the four team playoff bracket.

This very determined team fought hard all season long and nothing would change rolling into playoffs. The Rams battled hard against the No. 1 seed ...

Book About Randolph Makes a Great Gift

December 7, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Historical Society of Old Randolph (HSOR) is offering a wonderful book entitled Randolph, NJ Remembrances, by Bob Baptista, a former Randolph resident and amateur photographer.

Mr. Baptista, who resided in Randolph in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, took many photographs of Randolph. He decided to create this non-profit book from these photographs ...

Narcotics, DWI and Eluding Top This Weeks Police Blotter

December 4, 2019

1/24: ARREST FOR NARCOTICS: Officers observed an occupied suspicious vehicle in Hedden County Park in Randolph Township. An investigation led to Dennis P. Cabrejos-Diaz, age 39, of Dover, to be charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, Being Under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was released with a court date ...

Mayor Loveys Details Efforts of Traffic Advisory Committee and Randolph Township Police Department

December 10, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- One of the most important roles of our service-based municipal organization, Randolph Township, is keeping residents and visitors safe.  Traffic related issues, including: congestion; excessive speed; the need for intersection improvements or added controls; and parking restrictions are among the most frequently discussed safety considerations.

The Randolph Township Traffic ...

Mendham Resident Aura Dunn Sworn in to Fill Bucco's Assembly Seat

December 5, 2019

TRENTON, N.J. – On the floor of the Assembly on Monday November 25, Mendham resident Aura Dunn was officially sworn in to fill the 25th Legislative District seat vacated by Senator Anthony M. Bucco.
Dunn was selected by members of the Morris County Republican Committee at a special convention last Thursday.
“I’m here to fight back against Governor ...

Upcoming Events


Thu, December 12, 7:30 PM

Deep Wellness Center, Ledgewood

Yoga With Kerri

Health & Wellness


Sat, December 14, 10:00 AM

Deep Wellness Center , Ledgewood

Free Walk-in Nutrition Consults

Health & Wellness


Sun, December 15, 3:30 PM

The Cultural Center, Morris Township

It's a Hanukkah Party!

Religions And Spirituality

Shongum Concert Kicks Off Holiday Concert Season

December 7, 2019

RANDOLPH, NJ- Shongum rang in the start of the holiday concert season with performances by our 4th and 5th grade students.

The 5th grade strings orchestra dazzled on the cello, violin, viola, and bass performing renditions of the “New World Symphony Theme,” “I Saw Three Ships,” “Tum Balalaika,” and “Jingle Bells.”

The 5th grade band followed ...

New Jersey Children Would Once Again Learn Cursive Under Proposed Legislation

December 10, 2019

TRENTON, NJ – Citing research that suggests that learning to read and write in it benefits the development of cognitive, motor and literacy skills, and may help students with learning disabilities like dyslexia read and write with greater ease, Assemblywoman Angela McKnight (D-Jersey City/Bayonne) has introduced legislation that would require elementary schools in New Jersey to teach ...

NJ Needs To Protect Religious Freedom As It Seeks Public Health Solutions

December 9, 2019

On Thursday, December 12, the Senate Health Committee will be meeting to vote on S2173, a bill that would restrict or remove religious exemptions to mandatory vaccinations, thus prohibiting 35,500 children from attending New Jersey schools. 

But let’s stop pretending this is about the 2.6% of NJ families who are using religious exemptions. It isn’t.  It is a ...

National Tax Security Awareness Week, Day 3: Creating strong passwords can protect taxpayers from identity theft

December 9, 2019

With millions of people logging in to online websites and accounts this holiday season, the IRS and the Security Summit partners remind taxpayers that common mistakes can increase their of risk having sensitive financial and tax data stolen by identity thieves.

The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the nation’s tax industry remind taxpayers that using strong passwords and ...

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Morristown Medical Center Recognized Six Times as One of America’s ‘100 Hospitals with Great Orthopedic Programs’

Morristown, NJ—Morristown Medical Center’s nationally recognized orthopedic program was again named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of ‘100 Hospitals and Health Systems with Great Orthopedic Programs.’ This is the medical center’s sixth consecutive year on the exclusive list, which is based on patient outcomes, satisfaction, and quality of ...

New Fun Planned For Roxbury’s Home for the Holidays

The Township of Roxbury has a lot of fun lined up for its 5th annual Home for the Holidays street festival on Saturday, December 7th from 11am to 4pm.  A team of volunteers has been meeting for months and has new entertainment and activities planned for the day.

Main Street in Succasunna will be closed to traffic at Hillside and Hunter streets for this fun holiday block party.  ...

Here’s how to avoid the hooks of phishing scams this holiday season

Knowledge and awareness. Those two things can protect you and your family members from getting caught up in a phishing scam this season and year-round..

A phishing scam is often an unsolicited email or a website that looks like a legitimate site designed to trick users. The scams convince people into providing personal and financial information.  Scam emails can arrive to personal ...

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