First settled in the early 1700's as a
part of Braintree and incorporated in 1793, is a highly developed
residential suburb. Part of the Blue Hills Reservation is located in the
northern section of the town. Randolph is located 15 miles south of
Boston. Major roads that pass through Randolph include Mass. Route 128
(Interstate 93), Mass. Route 28, and Mass. Route 139.(Read
President of the United States: George W. Bush
Vice President of the
United States: Dick Cheney
Senators in the US
Senate: Edward M.
Kennedy, John F.
Representative in the US Congress: Open Seat: Primary,
September 11. General Election, October 16
Governor of the Commonwealth of
Secretary of State: William F. Galvin
General: Thomas F.
Treasurer / Receiver General: Shannon P.
State Senator: Brian A. Joyce
Galvin:- precincts one, two and four
Timilty:- precincts three, five, seven & eight
Bruce J. Ayers:-
ELECTED TOWN OFFICIALS:
Board Of Selectmen
James F. Burgess, Jr. - Chairman
Dori M. Burke
Daniel M. Lam
Presenting Randolph Council on Aging Director June Newman
keys to a new van for Randolph Seniors.
SPORTS & RECREATION:
G. Devine School, 55 Old St., 781-961-6244
Margaret L. Donovan School,
123 Reed St., 781-961-6248
JF Kennedy School, 20 Hurley Dr,
Elizabeth G. Lyons School, 60 Vesey Rd.,
Tower Hill ECC Kindergarten only, 6 Adams St.,
Martin E. Young School, 30 Lou Courtney Dr.,
Randolph Community Middle School, 225 High St.,
Jr/Sr. High, 70 Memorial Pkwy., 781-961-6220
Blue Hills Regional
Technical School, 800 Randolph St., Canton, MA. 781-828-5800
The Enterprise, 60 Main St,
Brockton, 02303, 508-586-6200
PO Box 9159, Quincy, 02269, 617-786-7000
Randolph Buzz, 22 So.
Main St, Mansfield, 02048, 508-337-6335
Randolph Herald, 1044
Central St, Stoughton, 02072, 781-878-1111
Randolph Police Dept