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Recreation Hockey Reports Good Numbers, Other Rec Programs Growing

April 16, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - With hockey season wrapping up at the end of March, the recreation hockey program reported good numbers at the younger levels, according to hockey committee member Brian DesRosiers. Middle school registration is “lighter, but they should have enough to field a team in the Morris County Hockey League in the fall,” he reported.

Travel hockey programs have grown, which ...

Celebrating 100 years: Joseph Berry, Long Time Randolph Resident

RANDOLPH, NJ - Joseph Berry, Jr., resident of Randolph since the 1940s, turned 100 years old on March 16, and the township council issued a proclamation for “a day of joy, happiness and reflection,” during Thursday’s meeting.

As a Randolph resident, Berry served with the Ironia Fire Company and established a Boy Scout Troop in Ironia. He also volunteered as a member of the ...

Six 11th Congressional District Candidates Attend 'Town Hall Project Morristown' to Answer Questions on Gun Control

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Following a massive turnout of over 13,000 people at last month’s March for Our Lives Morristown rally, the students behind the march organized an event called “The Town Hall for Our Lives.” This event brought together 11th Congressional District candidates who were questioned by student panelists about their views on gun control and how make schools ...

Randolph Township Council Introduces 2018 Municipal Budget

RANDOLPH, NJ - Municipal taxes will remain the same for Randolph residents 2018 according to the township budget introduced at Thursday’s council meeting.

The 2018 Municipal Budget and Capital Improvement Program totals $32,295,169, which is a $372,034 increase over the 2017 budget. However, with a growing tax assessment base and “good financial planning and management,” the ...

Randolph Town Council Reflects on Winter Storms, Forms Subcommittee for Improvements

RANDOLPH, NJ - During the recent council meeting, council members reviewed the three severe snow storms and formed a subcommittee to review storm preparedness in the future. They plan to discuss tree maintenance near power lines, better communication and other infrastructure needs.

While the municipal team worked morning and night throughout the storm and power outages, council members believe ...

Budget Referendum Proposed to Update Randolph Schools, To be Voted on in October

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Board of Education presented a referendum to fund capital improvement projects beyond the annual budget. Potential projects -- including district-wide security updates and renovations to the science, music and media rooms -- would total $35 million. However, the board has a preliminary proposal of $24 million including 40% state aid.

Because the district would ...

Mount Freedom Postmaster Retires After 34 Years

RANDOLPH, NJ - After 34 years of service with the United States Post Office and 16 years as the Mount Freedom postmaster, Brenda Joinson retired on Wednesday, Feb. 28.

As the postmaster at Mount Freedom, Joinson’s responsibilities included the day-to-day aspects of running the location -- opening and closing the building, maintaining the stamp stock, working the retail window ...

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County Roads in Morristown and Morris Township Scheduled to Be Paved in 2018

April 12, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Four paving projects in Morristown and Morris Township are scheduled to take place in 2018, announced the Morris County Freeholders.

The full list of county road paving projects will target more than 30 miles across 24 municipalities at a total cost of $9 million, in a continuation of the board’s continuing policy of maintaining and improving the county’s high ...