Business & Finance

Top Stories


Randolph Wawa Application Continues in Public Hearing, Next Meeting Oct. 25

September 18, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Wawa application for development on the site of the former Nagel’s Candy Barn still has not made it to a vote from the Board of Adjustment, but expert testimony and questioning continued at Thursday’s public hearing. The next hearing will be Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m.

A large portion of this project centered on the public improvements to the Quaker Church Road and ...

Randolph YMCA Offers New Little Promises “Play and Learn” Program for Preschoolers

RANDOLPH, NJ- Little Promises “Play and Learn” at the Randolph YMCA will begin in September and offers preschoolers ages three to five a fun-filled, early education program.

The program will follow the Randolph School District calendar with two, three or five day per week options.

From 9:30am to noon, preschoolers will enjoy structured activities including sign language, arts ...

Public Hearing Regarding Randolph Wawa Application to be Held Thursday at 7:30 pm

RANDOLPH, NJ- The initial hearing before the Board of Adjustment on the Randolph 10 Developers, LLC application to develop a Wawa Food Market and fueling service station will begin on 
Thursday, July 26 at 7:30 p.m in the court room at town hall.

The site is currently occupied by the former Nagel’s Candy Barn building and a single family home.  The convenience store is ...

Morristown Medical Center Health Pavilion Recognized with 2018 New Good Neighbor Award by the NJBIA

Morristown, NJ–Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center Health Pavilion in Rockaway, New Jersey was recognized with the 2018 New Good Neighbor Award by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association on Tuesday.

The New Good Neighbor Award recognizes the companies, architects, builders and financial entities whose redevelopment projects have benefited their communities ...

Randolph Diner: Serving Up the Next Version of the Diner Experience

RANDOLPH, NJ- A diner, back in the early days of diners, typically referred to a restaurant that resembled a dining car on a train. Today, most diners still have a long counter and an array of booths lining the windows – much like the old railroad dining cars – but in many communities, the “diner” evolved into something more than a restaurant.

The diner became a ...


TAP Into Another Town's News:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-News