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Special Q & A on Randolph Schools Referendum To be Held Thursday, Sept. 20 at 8 P.M, during Board Meeting

September 19, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- For some Randolph residents, it has been a busy week on social media, filled with many comments, questions, and debates regarding the upcoming Randolph Schools Referendum vote. This activity, along with many other community members reaching out to the schools directly with questions, has led to a special meeting  being scheduled for the first hour ...

Randolph Country Fair and Community Yard Sale to Be Held Sept. 22

RANDOLPH, NJ - Randolph’s Rotary Club is sponsoring the eleventh annual Randolph Country Fair and Community Yard Sale on Saturday, September 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Randolph municipal building on Millbrook Avenue in Randolph.

In addition to the yard sale, the fair will feature great food, music and talent entertainment, children’s rides and games, vendors, ...

Survey: Potential Randolph Bus / Shuttle Transportation For NYC Commuters

RANDOLPH, NJ- Attention: Any Randolph Residents who commute to New York City full time or part time should take a moment to read this.  Randolph Township is seeking to determine public interest in a shuttle service that would benefit Randolph residents who commute to New York City.

The township worked with TransOptions to create and launch a survey that will help determine details such as ...

Eat Locally Grown Peaches at The Randolph Museum Aug. 19

RANDOLPH, NJ- Visit the Museum and Eat Locally Grown Peaches on Sunday Afternoon, August 19.

Each year, The Historical Society of Old Randolph welcomes visitors to the Randolph Museum to see some of its gismos of the past and to enjoy some delicious desserts made from locally grown peaches.
This year's event will take place from 1:00 - 4:00 PM on ...

Register for Fall 2018 at County College of Morris, Select Classes that Fit Your Schedule

RANDOLPH, NJ — Registration for the Fall 2018 Semester is currently taking place at County College of Morris (CCM). By applying and registering now, students are presented with a selection of classes they can work into their schedule.

At CCM, students are able to select from more than 45 associate degrees and a wide range of certificate programs taught by a faculty ...

Road Resurfacing Work in Randolph for July 9 - 16

Below is a list of the streets for the upcoming resurfacing work. All roads will remain open for local traffic and emergency vehicles. Motorists should allow additional time for travel.

Street Name
Dates of Milling
Dates of Paving

Springhill Road - Forrest Road to #40

Musiker Avenue - Morey Lane to ...

World War II Pilot WALT PUGSLEY Is Grand Marshal of Randolph Kiwanis Freedom Parade - SATURDAY, JUNE 30 at 12 Noon

RANDOLPH, NJ- Walter (“Walt”) Pugsley, 94, a life long Randolph resident who flew over 50 difficult missions with the Navy in anti-submarine patrols during World War ll and has served as a member of Randolph’s volunteer fire department since 1953, will lead the Randolph Kiwanis Freedom Parade as Grand Marshal when it kicks off at Noon on Saturday, June 30.

“We chose ...

Randolph Freedom Festival is This Weekend, Parade and Fireworks Too

RANDOLPH, NJ- Once again, the Randolph Kiwanis Club is proud to partner with Randolph Township to present the Randolph Freedom Festival. This three-day celebration starts at 6pm on Thursday, June 28th and continues through Saturday June 30th at the County College of Morris, 214 Center Grove Rd, Randolph, NJ. Great rides, carnival games, food trucks, merchandise vendors and free family ...


On June 4, 2018, the Randolph Board of Education (BOE) held a special meeting, at which they discussed the recent vote of no confidence by the Randolph Education Association (REA) regarding the leadership of Superintendent Jennifer Fano. In passing a resolution that unanimously expresses confidence in Superintendent Fano, along with their related statement, the Board unfortunately chose to ...

Official Resolution and Statement Read by Board of Education President Ronald Conti

RANDOLPH, NJ- The following are the official resolution and statement read last night by President Ron Conti at the Randolph Board of Education meeting, in response to the vote of no confidence, held by The Randolph Education Association.

WHEREAS, on or about May 24, 2018, the Randolph Education Association at the High School

adopted a “vote of no confidence” in ...


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