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Highlights from the 2023 Randolph Township Council Reorganization Meeting

RANDOLPH, NJ- A new year marks the end of familiar traditions as we usher in the excitement of new beginnings. For the Randolph Township, it marks a few changes amongst the Township Council. New members were sworn in and appointments were made for boards and committees during the January 5, 2023 Reorganization Meeting.For the new year in Randolph, Lou Nisivoccia has been selected to serve as Mayor and Christine Carey as Deputy Mayor, as former Mayor Marie Potter resumes duties as Councilmember after gracefully leading the Township thr...

RANDOLPH, NJ- A new year marks the end of familiar traditions as we usher in the excitement of new beginnings. For the Randolph Township, it marks a few changes amongst the Township Council. New members were sworn in and appointments were made for boards and committees during the January 5, 2023 Reorganization Meeting.

For the new year in Randolph, Lou Nisivoccia has been selected to serve as Mayor and Christine Carey as Deputy Mayor, as former Mayor Marie Potter resumes duties as Councilmember after gracefully leading the Township throughout 2022.

During her reorganization speech, Deputy Mayor Carey stated: “First, I want to thank our outgoing mayor, Marie Potter. Over the past year, Marie has done a great job while serving as Mayor. She has been a strong, organized and compassionate leader. She led the Council through some complicated and tough issues, and we are grateful for her leadership. Next, I would like to congratulate our new mayor, Lou Nisivoccia. Lou is a ‘forever’ resident of Randolph who has a long history of serving our community and working to make Randolph a great place to live. We are fortunate to have him serve as Mayor in 2023.”

In 2023, Randolph Township also welcomes newest Councilmember, Helene Elbaum, while bidding farewell to longtime Councilmember Jim Loveys after 12 years of loyal service. During Mr. Loveys’ farewell ceremony, Senator Anthony Bucco and Assemblywoman Aura Dunn presented a resolution in acknowledgment of his dedication and municipal service. The veterans from VFW Post 7333 presented a “Certificate of Recognition for Exemplary Services to the Residents of Randolph” for all the support he has provided veterans and citizens throughout the years. Township Manager Greg Poff thanked Mr. Loveys and spoke to what an incredible job he has done for the Township.

In his closing remarks about Mr. Loveys, Mayor Nisivoccia stated: “It has been my absolute pleasure to serve with you. Thank you for your mentoring and your guidance. You never put anyone or anything down; rather, your approach to every situation sought to bring out the best of everyone around you. A person of unquestionable integrity -- you will be missed in these hallways. On behalf of Randolph Township, thank you for twelve years of dedicated service on the council, including two terms as mayor and two terms as deputy mayor.”

With Mr. Loveys’ departure from the Council, there surely will be a big void to fill. But where there is a vacancy, there is an opportunity; with newest Councilmembers Helene Elbaum and Joe Hathaway stepping in, and long serving Councilmembers Mark Forstenhausler, Marie Potter, Joanne Veech, Mayor Lou Nisivoccia and Deputy Mayor Chris Carey continuing to provide guidance and leadership, Randolph Township is positioned for an exciting year in 2023. This Council roster also marks the first time in township history that the Council is comprised of a female majority.

The Splatter Room in NJ Is The Perfect Valentine’s Day Date

I think this may actually be the coolest date night ever. I’ve seen plenty of date night ideas to do in New Jersey and of course, they’re all cool. *In our area alone there are paint and sip classes, bowling, movies, cooking classes, axe throwing and so much more.Although we have all of that on hand and more, this place in North Jersey is probably one of the coolest activities I’ve seen. There’s this place in Randolph called ...

I think this may actually be the coolest date night ever. I’ve seen plenty of date night ideas to do in New Jersey and of course, they’re all cool. *In our area alone there are paint and sip classes, bowling, movies, cooking classes, axe throwing and so much more.

Although we have all of that on hand and more, this place in North Jersey is probably one of the coolest activities I’ve seen. There’s this place in Randolph called Pinspiration where you can and a friend can go in and make an amazing splatter painting together.

I saw a girl on TikTok talking about all of the different things to do right in New Jersey for Valentine's day and this one, in particular, looked like the coolest of the options.

Valentine's Day doesn’t have to be a super fancy night where you get all dressed up and go out to some overly priced dinner just to post it online.

Do something you ACTUALLY want to do this year like head to the splatter room! Basically what you do is you get a canvas and you can use painter's tape if you want to make designs. You then go into the splatter room with your party and you get a bunch of protective gear before you get to work.

After you’re all set, all the paint and brushes are given to you and you can just start splattering until your heart's content.

If this is something you’re into, Pinspiration is located in Randolph, New Jersey, and is the most perfect date night. It’s located at 486 Route 10 Randolph, NJ, 07869.

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13 Stores That Would Elevate The Quaker Bridge Mall

The Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township, NJ is known for being home to the staples, but these are the stores that would take this mall to the next level.

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Teavana

People on Facebook were commenting saying that they miss the old Teavana that used to be on the lower level of the mall. I have to say, it was nice to have a fun store like this down there!

Lord & Taylor used to be one. of the main stores at QBM, but was recently shut down. Let's say, the residents of Mercer County were not too happy about it's closing.

Cotton On is personally one o fmy favorite stores. They have a ton of good quality clothing while still not being too expensive. I'd describe it as a mix between Pacsun and Zumiez.

Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters is for sure on the pricier side of the spectrum, but they always have the best fashion. This store alone would for sure draw in. ahuge crowd.

Zara is another huge online craze that has recently opened up shops. The nearest Zara location is in Philly, so it would be nice to have one right in Mercer County.

Nordstrom

People in the area are dying for Nordstrom to come to QBM. We have a Nordstrom Rack in the Mercer Mall, but it just isn't the same!

Gucci

Do I even have to explain this one? Gucci is the biggest craze when it comes to high-end fashion and this store would draw in such a huge crowd since we don't have many in the area.

Fabletics

Fabletics would be such a great addition because there are no stores like this in the mall as of right now! Fabletics is known for their great quality workout clothing for cheap prices.

This is the ultimate Philly sports fan dream store. There's a sports store in the mall that changes its location from time to time, but this is dedicated to Philly sports fans specifically.

Primark

If Primark were to come to QBM, this could be one of the most successful stores. The store itself has options for every age which is hard to find!

This store got a ton of votes when I put up a poll on Facebook. It could take the place of the old Sears!

Hollister

Hollister gives you that California vibe as soon as you walk in the door and is still very popular! It's kind of shocking this isn't already at QBM.

Shein is known as an online, fast fashion shop that always has the best fashion for the cheapest prices. People are really hoping for it to open up a physical store in our area soon.

Randolph Community School K-11 Summer Day Camp Registration Now Open

RANDOLPH, NJ- Are you ready for the summer? Registration is now open for Randolph Community School’s summer camp programs which are directed by experienced, certified teachers. The camps are open to all children and Randolph Township residency is not required to register. A variety of opportunities are being offered this year for students K-11 and spots are filling up quickly. The camp program catalog, which includes the link to register for all programs, can be accessed below:...

RANDOLPH, NJ- Are you ready for the summer? Registration is now open for Randolph Community School’s summer camp programs which are directed by experienced, certified teachers. The camps are open to all children and Randolph Township residency is not required to register. A variety of opportunities are being offered this year for students K-11 and spots are filling up quickly. The camp program catalog, which includes the link to register for all programs, can be accessed below:

www.rtnj.org/community-school

The Randolph Community School offers four different types of camps including Summer Trailblazers, Summer Travelers, Summer Explorers, and Summer Leaders. To offer flexibility, families can choose which weeks best fit their schedules. There are no extra or hidden fees after registering. Experiences that include admission to off-site attractions as well as transportation to trips are included in the camp registration fee. Early registration discounts are available through March 5, 2023 with additional discounts being offered for each child attending multiple weeks. Before care is also offered and available for all camps from 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM for an additional fee. Below is some additional information about the Randolph Community School’s offered programs.

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Summer Trailblazers Camp, for children in grades K-5, includes fun filled games, sports, arts and crafts, and special guests. Day trips are also incorporated into the schedule which include possible visits to places like Turtle Back Zoo, Dorney Park, Pirates Cove, and the Land of Make Believe. The types of trips offer vary by grade level and change each week.

Summer Travelers Camp is offered to children in grades 6-8. Summer Travelers’ campers are on the road every day. Different adventures may include trips to amusement parks, pools and beaches, baseball games, mini-golf, local and state parks and more. The types of trips offer vary by grade level and change each week.

Summer Explorers Camp offers specialty camps for children in grades 1-11. Summer Explorers Camp includes Band, Orchestra, Vocal, Dance, Culinary and Theater programs over the span of two weeks. These camps will run in half day sessions, morning and afternoon, with dates and camp choices varying throughout the summer.

Finally, Summer Leaders Camp is for children in grades 9-11. The camp participants become leaders who work with younger campers to acquire the skills and training needed to become a camp counselor. As part of the program, CPR training and certification is included. Applications for the Summer Leaders program are due by March 5, 2023.

If you have any addition questions about any of the program opportunities offered by the Randolph Community School, please contact [email protected]

‘A Very Sweet Lady’: Fulfilling A Wonderful Legacy Through Music

Marilyn Macrae never knew of Randolph Academy. She never knew any of its students, staff or alumni — and none of them knew her.In fact, she lived hundreds of miles away. Nonetheless, she will be long remembered here for her generosity, as well as her love of music and children.Marilyn lived in Cherry Hill, N.J., where she performed in orchestras and owned a musical instrument repair shop. She loved finding old instruments at garage or estate sales and restoring them — only to give them away to area children who coul...

Marilyn Macrae never knew of Randolph Academy. She never knew any of its students, staff or alumni — and none of them knew her.

In fact, she lived hundreds of miles away. Nonetheless, she will be long remembered here for her generosity, as well as her love of music and children.

Marilyn lived in Cherry Hill, N.J., where she performed in orchestras and owned a musical instrument repair shop. She loved finding old instruments at garage or estate sales and restoring them — only to give them away to area children who couldn’t afford their own.

Randolph Academy’s board and administrators learned about Marilyn during its November 2022 board meeting, at which time they were presented a check for $5,000, designated for its music program — and all thanks to the kindness of a neighborhood handyman 1,500 miles away.

Richard Wile has lived with his wife, Luisa, in Fort Myers, Fla., for decades. Back in 2010, he was helping a veteran with a home improvement project — and Marilyn knocked on his door. She had retired and was spending winters in Fort Myers. She asked if he’d do some work for her, too, and soon he was helping with all sorts of odd jobs around her house.

As Richard got to know Marilyn, he found her fascinating, especially all the things she did for children through music. She had no children herself, so this was her way of sharing her talents and generosity with others.

“When I started working on her house, I saw her working on these instruments,” he recalls. “She would restore them and then give them away to individuals and families who couldn’t afford their own.”

“She also taught Sunday School and had lots of crafts for the kids to do,” Luisa says.

Richard and Luisa began inviting her over for dinner, taking her on sunset cruises, and even hosting her on Thanksgiving.

“She was a very sweet lady,” Richard says. “We were of the same cloth. When she would come down, we would even take time off so that we could spend some quality time together with her.”

“We equated her to something like an aunt,” adds Luisa.

Unfortunately, their time with Marilyn ended in 2020, when she passed away due to cancer. Almost immediately the Wiles felt like they needed to do something to honor her and carry on her legacy.

It took just one glance at her music shop to know where to start. There were dozens of brass, woodwind and string instruments — even a tiny banjo made by Fender — all scattered around her home. But where should they go, and to whom?

Then, Richard thought back to his hometown and the school where his sister, Susan, teaches today: Randolph Academy.

Susan Jackson is the Randolph campus’ cosmetology teacher, and Richard remembered talking about her students and the music classes they took.

“Marilyn loved life and people, but children above all else,” Richard says. “She wanted to impart her love of music on others, so I contacted Susan to help get these into her students’ hands.”

Mrs. Jackson immediately connected with Don Hinman, the music instructor for both the Randolph and Hamburg campuses. Unfortunately, like the school itself, Randolph’s Academy’s music program isn’t typical of most districts. Due to its small class sizes and wide-ranging ages (K-12), a traditional concert band or orchestra isn’t possible.

“I teach general music, and we tend to focus on more common, modern music,” Mr. Hinman says. “It’s almost a ‘School of Rock’ concept, with electric pianos, guitars, ukuleles, drums, etc.”

Thus, while the instruments themselves weren’t an option, the program was certainly open to a donation to help fund the instruments and supplies that would be more practical.

“The $5,000 we’ve received thus far was from a baby grand piano, which my brother and his wife had restored and then sold,” Mrs. Jackson explains. “They’re in the process of doing the same with some of her other larger and less traditional items.”

But what about those instruments which were originally looking for a home? As luck would have it, Randolph Academy is right next door to Randolph Central School, which was thrilled to receive them for their music program.

“Marilyn had a big heart for youth in the community and a love of music like no other,” Richard attests. “It would make her happy to know multiple schools are benefitting from her gifts. It’s a perfect legacy.”

And together, the Wiles have orchestrated quite a performance in her honor.

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Hockey: North Jersey Top 15 rankings shaken up by big matchups

This past week gave us a preview of the state tournament as some of the top teams in New Jersey, and beyond, collided.Whether or not it will have any impact or serve as a preview for the state championships in less than six weeks at Prudential Center remains to be seen. For now, county and cup tournaments are taking shape and the state seeding meeting, now three weeks away, inches closer.Here's the latest edition of the North Jersey Top 15 rankings:15. Pascack Valley/Pascack Hills (12-3-1)Wins ove...

This past week gave us a preview of the state tournament as some of the top teams in New Jersey, and beyond, collided.

Whether or not it will have any impact or serve as a preview for the state championships in less than six weeks at Prudential Center remains to be seen. For now, county and cup tournaments are taking shape and the state seeding meeting, now three weeks away, inches closer.

Here's the latest edition of the North Jersey Top 15 rankings:

15. Pascack Valley/Pascack Hills (12-3-1)

Wins over Clifton/Passaic Valley/Cedar Grove and Paramus Catholic won't move the needle too much in terms of state rankings, but the Panthers only have one loss in their last seven games. That came against Northern Highlands, which will face Pascack Valley/Pascack Hills in the Bergen County Tournament this week. With strong momentum and hopes to erase the loss from earlier this season, offense will be key.

14. Morristown Beard (6-9)

Two separate losing streaks of at least three straight games have quieted the hype around the Crimson from early this season, but they're still a part of the Mennen division, arguably the toughest division in New Jersey. They followed up a win over West Essex/Caldwell last week with a one-goal defeat against Northern Highlands.

13. Morris Knolls/Morris Hills (7-4-2)

The MCSSIHL has tightened up around the Golden Eagles, who held a lead late against Mendham that they couldn't hold on to in a 2-2 tie with the Minutemen. Morris Knolls/Morris Hills have yet to put forth a bad performance even in losses and hope to keep that going with Morristown Beard on the schedule this week.

12. Seton Hall Prep (6-8-1)

The number of losses to top-tier teams like Delbarton and Don Bosco have piled up, but the Pirates have endured and pulled out a pair of wins this week. Christopher McIntyre scored twice in a 5-2 win over St. Joseph (Montvale) on Sunday, while seven different goal scorers powered the Pirates in a 7-1 win over St. Peter's Prep on Monday. A pair of tests await this week with Northern Highlands and Don Bosco on consecutive days.

11. Livingston (7-4-2)

A shutout loss to West Essex/Caldwell continued a troubling trend for Livingston. In four losses this season, the Lancers have been shut out in all of them. The lowest-scoring team in the McInnis division, Livingston beats teams with an outstanding defense. A game against Summit, which handed Livingston a 5-0 loss in December, is looming.

10. West Essex/Caldwell (9-3-2)

Consecutive losses last week had the Knights reeling for the first time this season, but they got back on track with a strong 3-0 win over Livingston on Friday. Connor Maniscalco scored twice while Evan Zieminski stopped 26 shots to earn the shutout. There's little time to bask in the glow with trips to Summit and Westfield scheduled this week as seeding in the McInnis Cup hangs in the balance.

9. Bergen Catholic (5-9)

Early-season struggles made it hard to justify keeping the Crusaders this high, but this past week proved why they remained. Jacob Carver scored twice and Declan Quinn had three assists in a 7-1 win over Pope John on Wednesday. Quinn contributed again with an empty-net goal late to get past Ridgewood, 2-0, in Monday's Bergen County quarterfinals.

8. Ramapo (11-3-2)

All that the Raiders had this past week was a 4-1 win over Ramsey on Sunday. Jonathan Kalpagian scored twice and eight different players earned an assist in the convincing victory. Ramapo will get a good test this week with defending state champion Ridge on the schedule, needing the bump in competition with Don Bosco and the county semifinals coming the following week.

7. Ridgewood (11-5-1)

The Maroons stumbled after a win over River Dell/Westwood/Emerson last week. They needed a third-period goal to salvage a 1-1 tie with Paramus/Hackensack/Lyndhurst, then were shut out, 2-0, by Bergen Catholic in the Bergen County Tournament.

6. Pope John (9-7-1)

The Lions needed a bounce-back win following a rough loss at the hands of Bergen Catholic, and got exactly that with a win over St. Joseph (Montvale) on Monday. Luke Jarosiewicz scored twice in the 3-1 victory, with Matt Hughes contributing two assists to the effort. Whether or not the ship has been righted will be seen with the effort put forth against Northern Highlands this week.

5. Randolph (8-1-4)

The Rams came away with after a pair of draws last week. Randolph had victory in hand against Chatham for the second time this season before a 4-1 lead evaporated into a 4-4 tie. The Rams were on the other end of it later in the week, needing a third-period goal to reach a 1-1 tie with Rumson-Fair Haven, which grew their unbeaten streak to eight.

4. Chatham (9-2-4)

The Cougars endured a little bit of everything this week with a win, a loss and a tie. They were minutes away from losing to Randolph for the second time before erasing 4-1 deficit in a 4-4 tie on Wednesday. On Friday, Chatham fended off KJS United and pocketed a late empty-netter in a 3-1 win. Traveling out to Hillsborough, Chatham suffered its worst defeat of the season in a 4-1 loss on Monday.

3. Northern Highlands (12-0-1)

It took nearly a full calendar year, but someone was finally able to muster a draw against Northern Highlands. The opponent was Ridge as a battle between two defending state champions ended in a 1-1 draw on Friday. A day earlier, the Highlanders scored a 5-4 win over Morristown-Beard. The strength of schedule has elevated for Northern Highlands in time for the county quarterfinals and non-public games against Pope John and Seton Hall Prep.

2. Don Bosco (11-3-1)

The Ironmen could not figure out Christian Brothers for the second straight week in a 5-3 loss, followed by a shutout loss to Delbarton. Sandwiched between those losses was a 6-2 win over Suffern (N.Y.) in which the Ironmen scored five straight goals in the third period. Matthew Shpungin led the effort with two goals and an assist.

1. Delbarton (11-0)

There was only one victory this week by the Green Wave but it was a big one: A shutout victory over Don Bosco. Eight different Delbarton players recorded a point in the 3-0 victory, while Jason Cai continued to dominate with a shutout and 21 saves. Excuse a high scoring affair with Gloucester Catholic earlier this season and Delbarton has outscored opponents by a combined 38-11 in its other 10 wins.

Records as of Jan. 24

Also considered (listed alphabetically): KJS United (8-3-1), Mendham (8-4-1), Passaic Tech (8-6-3)

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