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By TAPINTO CHATHAM STAFFOctober 26, 2016
CHATHAM, NJ - Senior outside Charlotte Ethridge collected eight kills, nine digs and three service aces and senior setter Lisa Steward had 16 assists and six digs and two service aces in leading Chatham to its 14th win of the season, 2-0 over Summit on Wednesday.
Chatham (14-7) also received four kills, a dig and a service ace from senior outside Emily Langan and two kills and five digs ...
CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham High School Select Choir was awarded a $5,000 grant from the Grammy Foundation in competition against three tri-state area choirs at Carnegie Hall Tuesday night as part of the rock band Foreigner's 40th anniversary tour.
In conjunction with iheart Radio Q104FM, Foreigner invited local school choirs to compete for a $5,000 grant from the Grammy Foundation - and a ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough Police Chief Phil Crosson Jr. reported that crime is down 22 percent since the start of 2016 and that the department is close to hiring an additional officer for the force in the near future at the regular meeting of the Borough of Chatham Council on Monday.
Crosson said (see video below) he received the the Uniform Crime Report on Monday from the state ...
MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Colin Logsdon, Bo Raadam and Liam Cadden led Chatham to a third-place finish at the Morris County Boys Cross-Country Championships held at Greystone Park on Tuesday.
Chatham put together a team average of 16:41 to finish third out of 26 teams competing, placing behind only Morris Hills and Delbarton.
Logsdon led the way again for the Cougars, placing sixth in 16:10; ...
CHATHAM, NJ - After hearing a report from Chatham Borough Police Chief Phil Crosson Jr. on Monday night, the general consensus of the Borough of Chatham Council was to put off indefinitely the idea of installing surveillance cameras at the Chatham Train Street.
There were a number of issues identified with installing five surveillance cameras at the Chatham Train Station. Number one ...
CHATHAM, NJ - When Michael Graham was in the 8th grade, he was told by his coach that he would never play soccer at the varsity level. So he didn't go out for the freshman team when he reached the high school.
Luckily for the Cougars, he reconsidered that decision and went out for the team as a sophomore.
On Tuesday, he put an exclamation point on his second year of varsity soccer when ...
CHATHAM, NJ - The National Day on Writing, a day that “celebrates the importance, joy, and evolution of writing,” is sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Each year on Oct. 20, teachers from around the country celebrate writing, exploring its critical role that extends beyond the academic writing students compose.
To mark the day, Chatham students in ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Residents of Chatham Township cut the ribbon on the new "Hillside Trail" on Saturday. The nature trail is located a few hundred yards above the Hillside Avenue/River Road intersection.
"Visitors are welcome to begin a nature walk with pretty views over a roughly 1/3-mile figure-eight loop," Chatham Township resident Joe Basralian, chairman of the ...
The Chatham High School Marching Band concluded another successful competitive season Saturday at the U.S. Bands New Jersey State Open Division Championships. The marching Cougars delighted marching band enthusiasts at High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers University with a third-place finish.
The Band also competed in three other local shows this season. On Sept. 26, they placed ...
CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham girls volleyball team was struggling to put away a stubborn Mount Olive team until Lady Cougar coach Anna Amster gave the order: Get the ball to Harper.
Harper, a senior middle, responded by knocking down six of her team-high 10 kills in the third set as Chatham pulled out a three-set victory, 29-27, 20-25, 25-21.
"When a player is on, you give them the ...