SUMMIT, NJ - Simone Kirton, Liz Malatesta, and Rashida Haye teamed up to place fifth for Chatham with a combined time of 3:39.77 in the 400 intermediate hurdles on Saturday at the Summit Relays.
Chatham Girls Place Fifth at Summit Track Relays
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By BRADLEY FUNERAL HOMEMarch 22, 2017
A memorial service for Chatham resident J. Bruce Ferguson will be held at St. Paul's Church, 200 Main St., Chatham, N.J., on Saturday, April 1, at 11 a.m.
Mr. Ferguson, 71, died at Morristown Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, March 14. A visitation will be held at St. Paul's on Friday, March 31 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Born in 1945 in Bay Shore, N.Y., Mr. Ferguson grew up in Brightwaters, ...
By ED BARMAKIANMarch 22, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - Flat state aid, increased enrollment and high health insurance costs are the three key factors affecting the 2017-2018 School District of the Chathams budget, according to the presentation given by Superintendent Dr. Michael LaSusa during an open finance meeting held Monday night.
LaSusa presented the trimmed-down version of the budget, which lowered the proposed budget ...
By CHATHAM HIGH THEATREMarch 21, 2017
The Chatham High School theater department presents 'The Addams Family', the musical, this Thursday at 6 p.m., and this Friday and Saturday at 7:30. The show features all of the classic 'Addams Family' characters plus a few new faces with amazing music by Andrew Lippa.
Please enjoy this preview video, made by Chatham High School senior Julia Contorno, in anticipation for ...
By TAPINTO CHATHAM STAFFMarch 21, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham goalie Jamie Boles, defender Tanner Acone and Chatham resident Thomas Dempsey, a freshman at Morristown-Beard, earned Mennen Division honors from the Morris County Ice Hockey Coaches.
Boles won the Otto Haas Sportsmanship Award and also was named to the Mennen Division second team, as was teammate Acone.
Dempsey was named the Terry Maguire Rookie of the ...
By ED BARMAKIANMarch 21, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham resident Bill Heap came before the board during the public portion of the meeting on Monday night and asked the Chatham Board of Education to reconsider its move to spend capital reserve funds on a new central office building.
The BOE has approved plans to spend $2.1 million in capital reserve funds to build new central offices that would house administrative offices and ...
By ED BARMAKIANMarch 20, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Board of Education announced Monday night at its regular meeting that it was charged a total of $6,800 by the Chatham Township and Chatham Borough police departments for added security following an appearance by two Chatham mothers on a national news show Feb. 20.
Tatiana Gilbert, assistant board secretary, detailed the charges by the two police departments for added ...
By TAPINTO CHATHAM STAFFMarch 20, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham boys lacrosse team took to Lum Field for practice on Monday afternoon on the first official day of Spring.
The Cougars, the defending Group 2 state champion, will travel for a scrimmage at Bergen Catholic on Wednesday and again at Morristown-Beard on Saturday.
Chatham opens at home against Sparta on Wednesday, March 29.