CHATHAM, NJ - Nick Hill and Michael Reynolds were among the seniors honored on "Senior Day" at Cougar Field. Charham lost to Morristown, 21-3. It was the 14th straight loss for Chatham (0-3), dating back to 2011.
Chatham Seniors Honored; Morristown Wins Game, 21-3
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By TAPINTO CHATHAM STAFFOctober 23, 2016
CHATHAM, NJ - The League of Women Voters of the Morristown Area are holding a candidate's forum 7:30 Monday, Oct. 24 at the Library of the Chathams for the three candidates running for two spots on the Chatham Township Committee.
Robert Gallop is currently the longest-tenured member of the township committee, but decided to step down after three, three-year terms. Gallop's position, as ...
BAYONNE, NJ - Fourteen brave teams gathered at Bayonne High School Sunday to test their robotics skills and start working out the kinks in their building and programming before competition heats up and the stakes get higher in November and December.
Scheduled just a few weeks after this year’s Velocity Vortex game reveal, Bayonne’s Early Bee Meet was under subscribed ...
NUTLEY, NJ - The tradition at Nutley home football games is to fire a cannon whenever the Raiders score.
The Chatham football team heard enough cannon fire on Saturday to mortally wound its Group 3 state playoff chances in absorbing a 17-14 defeat.
"It stings. It hurts bad," Chatham coach Jason Izsa said. "This was our opportunity to be either in, secure a spot or ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Noelle Bessette, Charlotte Buckman and Audrey Washuta scored two goals apiece for Chatham in its 7-0 field hockey victory over Morris Hills on Saturday at Haas Field.
Amrita Sooklal contributed a goal and an assist for Chatham (9-8-1), which received two assists from Tess Wakefield and one from Buckman.
CHATHAM, NJ - The music performed by "Sal Arnuk, Mike McLaughlin and Chris "Sarge" Tomaino Unplugged" could be heard on Fairmount Avenue through the raindrops on Friday night.
And attendees were dancing late into the evening when the Chatham Historical Society held its first "History & Hops" event at the Chatham Fish & Game Club.
CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham residents from both the township and the borough got together on Thursday night to ask questions about their water supply with answers provided by a number of professionals in the field during an information session at Charlie Brown's Steakhouse.
Peter Gallagher, of the Chatham Township Environmental Commission, brought in a panel to discuss the local water supply.
CHATHAM, NJ - There is domestic violence occurring in every community and more than 2,000 incidents happen in Morris County each year alone.
That was part of the message given by Regina Braham of the JBWS (Jersey Battered Women's Service) at the awareness event held in the Chatham Township Municipal Building this week. Braham didn't need to prove her claims of domestic ...
CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham High School Select Choir has been named one of five finalists who will be competing at Carnegie Hall Tuesday as part of the rock band Foreigner's 40th anniversary tour.
The CHS Select Choir will be part of the opening act for the 70s rock band in Tuesday's competition. The winning choir will be determined by a panel of judges ...
CHATHAM, NJ - If the Cougars wanted to make sure they were the underdogs for the boys soccer state tournament that starts in two weeks, the 3-0 loss to Mendham on Thursday at Cougar Field did the trick.
"Everyone loves an underdog," Chatham senior midfielder Evan Gavalakis said. "Of course, we have a losing record, but we're all ready to fight. We want to make a ...
MENDHAM, NJ - Jen Olnowich was fouled and senior midfielder Nicole Smizaski converted the ensuing penalty kick to give Chatham a 2-1 girls soccer victory over Mendham on Thursday.
Freshman striker Olnowich scored off a feed from Rebecca Nickerson to tie the game at 1-1 for Chatham (10--7-1) in the second half. Senior goalie Sophie Collins was credited with 12 saves for the Lady ...