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By ED BARMAKIANSeptember 27, 2016
CHATHAM, NJ - Seventeen months after an overwhelming defeat of a capital improvement referendum, the School District of the Chathams had its revised referendum approved by a wide margin on Tuesday.
All six questions, totaling $12 million, passed by large margins. The $24 million referendum defeated in April of 2015, had been presented as a single question. On Tuesday, voters gave a thumbs up ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Lisa Steward collected 19 assists and five digs and Charlotte Ethridge knocked down seven kills, made seven digs and had two service aces in Chatham's 2-0 girls volleyball victory over Morris Knolls on Monday.
Emily Langan contributed seven kills, three digs and a service ace for the Lady Cougars, who won 25-13 and 25-22.
Chatham received five kills ...
FLANDERS, NJ - Olivia Robertson collected a goal and two assists in leading the Chatham girls soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Mount Olive on Monday.
Schuyler Bixby and Rebecca Nickerson each netted a goal for Chatham (6-3). Sophie Collins made seven saves in shutting out Mount Olive (0-8).
CHATHAM, NJ - Jill Critchley Weber, board president, made the announcement at the top of the Chatham Board of Education meeting on Monday night. BOE business would be thorough, but completed in an abbreviated time frame.
"We're going to be as succinct as possible so people can get to the debate," Weber said.
Long before the televised debate everyone was talking about on ...
CHATHAM, NJ - It's still September and the Chatham field hockey team already has matched its win total of a year ago.
Chatham reached that mark on Monday when senior Ellie Walker scored two goals and junior goalie Abby Walrond posted a shutout as the Lady Cougars defeated Millburn, 3-0, at Haas Field.
Chatham, now 6-4, won just six games for the entire 2015 season and the way the ...
RANDOLPH, NJ - The Chatham girls tennis team won its fourth consecutive Morris County Tournament title, winning four of the five finals to gain 24 points and finish ahead of runner-up Morristown with 17 pionts and third-place Mendham with 15 on Sunday at the County College of Morris.
The Lady Cougars won at second singles with Seden Agar repeating as MCT champion; won at third singles with ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Julie Patterson has added her own three "Rs" to the education of Chatham Middle School students.
In addition to reading, writing and arithmetic, Patterson has introduced "Refocus, Relax and Reflect" (see video) with the recent opening of her brainstorm "Just a Little Breathing Room."
Technically, it isn't a room, but ...
EAST HANOVER, NJ - Jack Weber, Brian Guimond and Aedan Joel each scored a goal in the second half when No. 19 seed Chatham knocked off No. 14 Hanover Park, 3-0, on Saturday in the opening round of the Morris County Tournament.
Chris Delsandro was credited with three saves in earning the shutout for Chatham, which also received an assist apiece from James Lind and ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Morris Hills came in with a veteran football team. Chatham is still experiencing growing pains.
It was as painful an experience as Chatham has absorbed this season through three games, a 41-12 setback at the hands of the Scarlet Knights Saturday at Cougar Field.
Morris Hills (2-1) took advantage of three fumbles and three interceptions to build a 34-0 lead over ...
BOONTON, NJ - The Chatham girls soccer team erupted for six goals in the first half and coasted to an 8-0 victory over Boonton in the opening round of the Morris County Tournament on Saturday.
Rebecca Nickerson and Sophia Reed collected two goals apiece for the Lady Cougars (5-3), which received a goal apiece from Caroline Crouse, Emma Droner, Katie Farricker and Jen Olnowich.