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Blanc, Kelly Boost Chatham Girls Basketball to 7th Straight in Win Over Morristown-Beard

January 23, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Senior guard Chloe Blanc scored 12 points and senior forward Veronica Kelly hit for nine points as Chatham won its seventh straight girls basketball game, 38-26 over Morristown-Beard on Monday night.

Erin Martin had 12 points and 10 rebounds for Morristown-Beard (10-3). Chatham improved to 9-5.

Baker Scores Late in Chatham Boys Basketball Win Over Delbarton; Cougars Avenge Opening Loss

CHATHAM, NJ - Delbarton came back to tie the game with three minutes left in the fourth quarter, but senior forward Dan Baker dropped in two big baskets that helped Chatham secure a 50-45 boys basketball win on Monday night.

Senior guard Jack Rooney scored nine of his team-high 17 points in the first quarter when Chatnam (12-3) moved to a 13-10 edge. Senior guard Mac Bredahl finished ...

Chatham Girls Shuttle Hurdle Team Places at State Group 3 Track Relays

TOMS RIVER, NJ - Chatham's girls shuttle hurdles team of Julia Piness, Leila Kirton, Melina Panagakos and Lauren Clark placed sixth at the state Group 3 Relays Sunday in the Bennett Center.

Chatham's team produced a season-best time of 35.40.

ECLC Students Visit Chatham High for the First 'Learn Unified' Event

January 22, 2018

Thirteen ECLC students visited Chatham High School on Friday, January 11th for the first ECLC-CHS Learn Unified event, organized by the Play Unified Club of ECLC and CHS.

“I think this is an amazing event for both Chatham and ECLC students, for it allows Chatham students to closely bond with a ECLC student as they welcome them into our high school community," Olivia LeRoy, Play ...

Chatham Schools Closed Wednesday, Jan. 17

 

Due to the timing of the current storm, Chatham schools will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 17. Announcements about after-school activities will be made by individual schools later in the day. 

Chatham Handyman Builds Set for Chatham Middle School Production of Willy Wonka Jr.; Opens Thursday, Jan. 18

CHATHAM, NJ - Jean-Eudes Haeringer is the proud parent of an Oompa Loompa, 7th grader Jean-Cordell, who will be performing in the Chatham Middle School production of Willy Wonka Jr. that opens Thursday.

But he's also very interested in seeing the set and props used during the play since he made them with his own hands.

"Yes, I'm excited to see the play," ...

Woodlawn Drive Residents Seek Relief from Chatham Township Committee on 'Aesthetic' Changes to Their Neighborhood

January 20, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township residents from Woodlawn Drive came forward during the public portion of the Chatham Township Committee meeting on Thursday to seek a remedy for construction that they say is ruining the "aesthetics" of their neighborhood.

Residents complained of the rules that allow builders to cut down trees, clearing the way for much larger homes that are taking over ...

Mayor Curt Ritter Gives "State of Chatham Township" Address; Would Seek Legislation to Stop Sale of Marijuana

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township Mayor Curt Ritter gave his annual new year address at the regular meeting of the Chatham Township Committee held Thursday night.

In his address, Ritter said that he would propose a review and possible legislation that would prohibit the sale of marijuana in the township if Gov. Phil Murphy moves forward with his plan to legalize recreational use of the ...

Postal Service Officials Tell Chatham: Experts Will Re-evaluate Workload on Chatham Mail Routes to Address Problems

CHATHAM, NJ - The U.S. Postal Service delivered a written statement to Borough of Chatham officials on Thursday, which, in part, said that delivery experts would be studying the mail routes in Chatham after a follow-up meeting was held Wednesday in Chatham Borough Hall.

Scott Hooper, U.S. Postal Service District Manager for the Northern New Jersey District, met with Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce ...

Chatham High's Varsity Vocals Perform Before Chatham Boys Basketball Game

January 22, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - The "Varsity Vocals" sang the national anthem before Chatham's boys basketball win over Delbarton on Monday night.

The group, seen below in the video, included Owen LaChance, Joseph Castello, Richard Warren, Liam Driscoll, Matt Markay, Charlie Thomson, Phil Rauch, Ronan Green, Peter Hoefler and Adi Roy.

 

Chatham Handyman Builds Set for Chatham Middle School Production of Willy Wonka Jr.; Opens Thursday, Jan. 18

CHATHAM, NJ - Jean-Eudes Haeringer is the proud parent of an Oompa Loompa, 7th grader Jean-Cordell, who will be performing in the Chatham Middle School production of Willy Wonka Jr. that opens Thursday.

But he's also very interested in seeing the set and props used during the play since he made them with his own hands.

"Yes, I'm excited to see the play," ...

Chatham High Seniors Stuart and Behr Win First Place Governor's Award for Improvisation

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Chatham High seniors Elizabeth Stuart and Mikey Behr earned first place in the category of Improvisational Pairs last Saturday at the 2018 NJ Governor's Awards Theatre Competition held at Montclair State University.

Stuart and Behr were joined by eight other award winners from Chatham High, which included: seniors Charlie Thomson and Owen LaChance, who placed ...

Mayor Curt Ritter Gives "State of Chatham Township" Address; Would Seek Legislation to Stop Sale of Marijuana

January 19, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township Mayor Curt Ritter gave his annual new year address at the regular meeting of the Chatham Township Committee held Thursday night.

In his address, Ritter said that he would propose a review and possible legislation that would prohibit the sale of marijuana in the township if Gov. Phil Murphy moves forward with his plan to legalize recreational use of the ...

ECLC Students Visit Chatham High for the First 'Learn Unified' Event

January 22, 2018

Thirteen ECLC students visited Chatham High School on Friday, January 11th for the first ECLC-CHS Learn Unified event, organized by the Play Unified Club of ECLC and CHS.

“I think this is an amazing event for both Chatham and ECLC students, for it allows Chatham students to closely bond with a ECLC student as they welcome them into our high school community," Olivia LeRoy, Play ...

Woodlawn Drive Residents Seek Relief from Chatham Township Committee on 'Aesthetic' Changes to Their Neighborhood

January 20, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township residents from Woodlawn Drive came forward during the public portion of the Chatham Township Committee meeting on Thursday to seek a remedy for construction that they say is ruining the "aesthetics" of their neighborhood.

Residents complained of the rules that allow builders to cut down trees, clearing the way for much larger homes that are taking over ...

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AtlantiCast

AtlantiCast: Episode 010

On this week’s AtlantiCast, we take you to the groundbreaking for an expansion to Morristown Medical Center, introduce you to the newest babies of 2018 at Atlantic Health System and share some must-see winter weather tips!

 

Chatham's Anthony Bibbo is the 2018 Recipient of the Agnes Lunetta Faith Scholarship

January 21, 2018

The winner of the annual Agnes Lunetta Faith Scholarship was announced Friday, Jan. 19 at a Mass held at St. Patrick Church in Chatham. Based on his winning, faith-based journey essay, Anthony Bibbo, a seventh-grade student at St. Patrick School, will receive a $1,000 scholarship towards his eighth-grade education. The St. Patrick School community is very proud of Anthony’s ...