CHATHAM, NJ - Henry Stusnick produced nine saves in the second game of a soccer doubleheader on Friday to earn the shutout in a 0-0 tie with Randolph on Cougar Night.
Stusnick Shutout Effort Leads Chatham Boys Soccer in Scoreless Tie
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Chatham Township Committee Will Need Supermajority Vote on Dec. 14 to Adopt Dixiedale Rezoning; Inconsistent with Master Plan
By ED BARMAKIANNovember 20, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Township Planning Board reviewed the ordinance that would rezone the Dixiedale Farm property on Monday night at its regular meeting and unanimously voted to recommend approval despite the fact that it is "inconsistent" with the township's Master Plan.
Because the rezoning from single-family to multi-family zoning is "inconsistent" with the ...
Making Chatham History: Raadam, Logsdon Finish 10th and 11th at Boys Cross-Country Meet of Champions
By TAPINTO CHATHAM STAFFNovember 18, 2017
HOLMDEL, NJ - Bo Raadam set a personal record at the venerable Holmdel Park course and senior classmate Colin Logsdon crossed five seconds later, giving Chatham a race to remember at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions on Saturday.
Raadam's time of 16:07 in the 5K race gave him 10th place and Logsdon's 16:12 time placed him 11th.
"For the first time in school ...
Aha Moment: Overlook Staff Develops New Insulin Management Device as Healthcare System Empowers Caregivers to Innovate
By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFNovember 16, 2017
SUMMIT, NJ - A team comprised of two pharmacists, a pharmacy tech and a nurse at Overlook Medical Center were the collaborative brainchild behind the first innovation spawned by the Atlantic Health Advancements program, or AHa!, an initiative designed to be an innovation center and idea incubator that will inspire Atlantic Health System’s team of over 16,000 employees and 3,700 ...
By TAPINTO CHATHAM STAFFNovember 16, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township became the 26th Morris County community to pass a resolution declaring the town to be "Stigma-Free" at its last regular meeting of the Chatham Township Committee.
The initiative aims to remove the stigma associated with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.
"We are proud to join with other Morris County towns in declaring ...
By CHS MUSIC DEPARTMENTNovember 16, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham High School Marching Band recently concluded its competitive season with a fourth place finish at the US Bands Group 2 Open Championships held at High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers University.
This year’s CHS Marching Band show, Land of the Free, was an inspiring show dedicated to American history and patriotism. The band’s first competition was in ...
By ED BARMAKIANNovember 15, 2017
CHATHAM, NJ - With 11 provisional ballots added to the vote, Chatham Borough updated its vote total from the Nov. 7 election, which confirmed the announced winners reported last Tuesday (See updated totals below).
Robert Weber and Thaddeus Kobylarz were the winners in the four-way race for two Borough of Chatham Council seats.
"I would like to thank the voters for the faith and ...
By THE PECK SCHOOLNovember 15, 2017
MORRISTOWN, NJ - In 2012, experts estimated that there were less than 500,000 Holocaust survivors still alive on earth. Sadly, survivors were dying of old age at a rate of one every 45 minutes. As that genocide recedes in time, we face the inevitability that our firsthand witness to the atrocity – the survivors, as well as, the veterans who liberated them – will soon be gone ...