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Wawa Approved Unanimously by Randolph Board of Adjustment

December 14, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Board of Adjustment unanimously approved the construction of a Wawa on the site of Nagel’s Candy Barn after months of meetings and testimony. The Randolph 10 Developers, LLC agreed to use private funds to improve the intersection between Route 10, Millbrook Ave and Quaker Church Road.

Developers anticipate the store opening in Spring 2020 with site work ...

Reflecting on 2018, Retiring Councilmen Recognized

RANDOLPH, NJ - Randolph council members remembered the contributions of retiring councilmen Al Napoliello and Mike Guadagno during the last meeting of the year on Thursday. This session was also Mark Forstenhausler’s last as mayor.

Township Manager Stephen Mountain opened by saying they “served community well,” and described them as “selfless and civic ...

Brewery Proposed for Former Roxbury Roller Rink

ROXBURY, NJ - Are you ready for Ledgewood Lager? How about Port Morris Port or Succasunna Summer Ale?

A former roller skating rink in Kenvil that hasn’t seen skaters in more than three decades is being eyed as a future haven for craft beer lovers, and the would-be proprietor said he would consider naming his creations after places in Roxbury.

Long Valley resident Steven Ashton wants ...

Randolph Recognizes Police Officers for their Life Saving Efforts

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph police department celebrated the success of 2018 with an awards ceremony and swearing in four new patrol officers at Thursday's meeting.

Police Chief David Stokoe explained the Grand Cordon Unit Citation award as a “great example of teamwork” awarded to participating members of a unit for a cited incident. Officers Brenckman, Spence, Hefferon and ...

New Online Application Allows Elderly Morris County Residents Access to State Benefits

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morris County residents, 65 years of age or older or between the ages of 18-64 and receiving Social Security disability benefits are now able to apply for important benefits from NJSAVE with one application. Prior to this new, on-stop application, individuals had to fill out a paper eligibility application for each program.

The goal of the new online application ...

Latest Audit, Bond Rating Indicates Randolph School District Remains on Solid Financial Footing

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Nov. 20 meeting of the Randolph Board of Education was largely focused on financial matters and included a presentation from Mr. Mark Wilson from Nisivoccia LLP regarding the district audit results for the year ending June 30. 

The audit was very positive, with no repeat issues and only two new items requiring attention, both considered immaterial.  The first ...

Randolph Election Results Finally Stamped "Official" by Morris County Clerk

RANDOLPH, NJ- Two weeks after election day in Randolph, the results finally are marked as official by the Morris County clerk. The final vote-by-mail and provisional ballets closed the gap somewhat between the Democrats and the Republicans, but as stated in the original TAP article on election day, the four Republican candidates have secured the seats on Township Council.

Two ...

No Solicitation List Established For Randolph Residents

RANDOLPH, NJ- In accordance with township Ordinance #18-18, a “No Solicitation List” was established for township residents.

If you do not wish to have solicitors or peddlers at your home, send an e-mail to with your name and street address, and the subject line “No Solicitation List” or download a No Solicitation ...

Randolph Rescue Squad Recognized for Stroke Saves, CPR Saves

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Randolph Rescue Squad recognized their team members for four CPR saves and one stroke save during Thursday’s council meeting. Stroke patient, Peter Kusik, attended the meeting and thanked the rescue squad for their fast response.

Squad Sergeant Caitlin Costello and the team responded to the 911 call on March 31 and jumped into action when they recognized the symptoms ...

Randolph Republicans Appear to Prevail in Township Council Election, Unofficial Results Are In

RANDOLPH, NJ- The polls have closed on the 2018 election and the majority of residents of Randolph have made their message clear; Stay the course.  Two incumbent Republicans, along with their two “first time” running mates, appear to have been voted into office on Tuesday, Nov. 6

The "Unofficial" results as reported by the Randolph Township Clerks Office ( ...


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