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By ED BARMAKIANDecember 4, 2016
CHATHAM, NJ - More times than not, the offensive tone for the 2015-'16 Chatham boys basketball season was set by the inside play of Colin McKenna.
That worked out pretty well as McKenna led the team in scoring and the Cougars rolled to a 28-2 record that included the Morris County Tournament championship and a berth in the state sectional final.
The good news for Chatham opponents is ...
Last spring, Chatham robotics team Fear the Gear invited friendly competitors, Columbia High School’s teams, to help out with an outreach event. The two teams donated food to feed the homeless and put on a robotics demonstration in Irvington through Bridges Outreach.
Sunday in Maplewood, Fear the Gear returned the favor. Columbia High School’s Robo-Catastrophe Meet included a table ...
MORRISTOWN, NJ - The closing scene rises up with a widening aerial shot of the 8,000-acre expanse of the Great Swamp Wildlife Refuge, a place that might not exist today if not for the people documented in the film: "Saving the Great Swamp: Battle to Stop the Jetport."
The documentary, which took two years to make and was produced by Chatham resident Scott Morris with co-producer ...
MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - Another game, another late goal in the third period to win it.
That's been the modus operandi this young season for the Chatham ice hockey team and Saturday it was Billy Pyhel's turn to step up at the opportune time.
The senior forward scored unassisted with 6:54 left in the third period to break the tie and hand Chatham a 2-1 victory over Madison at Mennen ...
WARREN, NJ - The Chatham girls and boys swimming teams each won respective season openers over Madison on Thursday night at the Morris Union Jointure Pool.
The Iizuka sisters - Alicia, Karen, Erica and Monica - all contributed as the Lady Cougars defeated Madison, 124-46. Each of the Iizukas swam a leg in winning the 200 medley relay in 1:54.16.
Individually for Chatham, Alicia Iizuka ...
MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - Freshman center Alex Laferriere's shot deflected off a defenseman's stick and into the goal with 1:24 left in the third period, lifting Chatham to a 4-3 ice hockey victory over Randolph on Thursday night at Mennen Sports Arena.
Laferriere's first career varsity goal broke a 3-3 tie for Chatham (2-0) and was set up on a pass from senior Sam ...
CHATHAM, NJ - After exploring the costs of a weekly recycling pickup schedule, the Chatham Township Committee voted to approve a contract that keeps the current bi-weekly schedule in place at its regular meeting held Thursday night.
"We did ask the county to price it out for us and come up with a possible alternative to our every-other-week recycling," Karen Swartz, committee member, ...
CHATHAM, NJ - It may have only been the first game of the season, but Chatham ice hockey coach Brendon Herr began to see the potential of his young team in a gutsy 2-1 win over Kinnelon on Saturday.
After giving up the first goal, the Cougars played with veteran poise and scored two goals in the third period to complete the comeback. However, it was the defense that sparked the comeback with a ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Concord Singers gave Juniper Village residents a preview of their scheduled Dec. 10 holiday concert on Monday night.
Concord Singers is a Summit-based women's community chorus directed by Christopher Titko and accompanied by Caroline Parody. The singers are all volunteer and meet Monday nights at Calvary Episcopal Church in Summit.
The Dec. 10 concert titled, The ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Sam Ortolani often hears his ice hockey coaches and, especially his father, shouting to him with advice to carry the puck down the wing and not the center.
"I know my dad is right because it's a lot harder to keep possession when you skate down the middle," the Chatham senior center said. "I like to go up the middle because you have a better angle to ...