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VIDEOS HERE: Randolph Teachers Swiss, Russo and May speak out on Music Program Stipends

June 21, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Township Board of Education met Tuesday evening in front of a large crowd of students, parents and teachers.

Attached are  videos during the public session of Mr. Matthew Swiss, Miss Diana May and Mrs. Dawn Russo speaking.

 

 

RMS Capstone Project Proposes One Mile of New Sidewalks In Randolph

RANDOLPH, NJ - When RMS students Emma Halper and Brendan Laqui began their 8th grade capstone projects, they looked at Randolph for inspiration. Tasked with different topics (Laqui with Good Health and Wellbeing, Halper on Sustainable Cities and Communities) they both found sidewalks would accomplish these goals.

The RMS Capstone Expo for all 400 students takes place on June 12-13, but Laqui ...

Randolph Township Engineer Provides Annual Update on Clean Water Act

RANDOLPH, NJ - The state of New Jersey recently updated the municipal requires for Clean Water Act, balancing the workload for each municipality and the need to protect water from pollutants. Township Engineer Paul Ferriero explained the background and updates of these regulations to the council at Thursday’s meeting.

In 1969, an oil slick on the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio caught ...

Randolph High School VFW awards Scholarships Presented

RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Memorial Post #7333, Veterans of Foreign Wars presented two scholarships at their May meeting. Each year the Post offers scholarships to one male and one female Randolph High School graduating seniors who best meet the specific criteria of the program.

This year’s recipients receiving their certificate and financial awards from Post Commander Scott Montanio (Iraq ...

Mayor LaBarbiera Issues Statement to Grieving Community, #ParamusStrong

PARAMUS, NJ – Thursday evening, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera released the following statement to his community in regards to the horrific accident that affected so many.

"Today, our community was shaken by a horrific accident resulting in two tragic, senseless deaths of a teacher and a student. As a father of three sons, I cannot fathom the level of pain and despair that the family of the ...

Former KMart Plaza Rebrands, Marketing Efforts Continue for Anchor Tenants

RANDOLPH, NJ - The former K-Mart shopping plaza will be rebranded as 140 Randolph Square, and the owners continue to update the facade in hopes of attracting an anchor tenant, reported Township Manager Stephen Mountain at Thursday’s meeting.

Even without an anchor tenant, most of the spaces in the shopping center have been filled, with a children’s hair salon opening in the former ...

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