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NoBle, Randolph's Anti-Bullying Group, To Host Book Club

September 16, 2017

RANDOLPH, NJ- NoBle, an anti-bullying organization based in Randolph, was formed back in the spring of 2017 by residents Gary and Heather Baumwoll and is directed at township students of all ages. 

NoBle plans to organize events, presentations, and meetings designed to help kids of all ages with self-esteem and fitting in. 

The group hosted a meeting at the Randolph library in ...

Madison Junior Football Comes Together To Help Two Local Families

MADISON, NJ - At the Madison Recreation Center off of Ridgedale Avenue, Madison Junior Football and the Randolph Bulldogs came together to honor and raise money for two local families who have recently lost loved ones to cancer: Madison Police Captain Joseph P. Cirella (a resident of Randolph) and Fray Quintero.

The event began with moving words read by the announcer, Jim Conroy: “While ...

Standard Tile Manager Helps Roxbury Food Pantry, Teaches Sons

ROXBURY, NJ - After a month of collecting donations for the Roxbury Food Pantry, it came time for Standard Tile of Roxbury store manager Brandon Curtis to deliver the items to Roxbury Social Services.

That’s when the food drive, already a good deed, also became an educational opportunity.

Instead of just driving the bags over to the Food Pantry alone, Curtis grabbed his sons – ...

Lake Hopatcong “Lake Loop” to Include Kindness for Christopher Rock Painting

ROXBURY, NJ – Participants in this year’s Lake Hopatcong Foundation Lake Loop will be offered the opportunity to paint a rock with an inspirational message that coincides with the Kindness for Christopher movement, said organizers.

The Lake Loop, scheduled for Sept. 24, at Hopatcong State Park in Landing, is a fundraiser for the non-profit Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF). The event ...

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