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Chatham Boys Place 2nd at Group 3 Relays in 4x400; School Record in 4x200

January 21, 2017

TOMS RIVER, NJ - Chatham's 4x400 relay team of Vince Avallone, Jaylen Haye, Sam Viola and Avery Brown placed second out of 34 teams to highlight the NJSIAA Group 3 Relays for the Cougars on Friday at the Bennett Center.

Avallone ran a leadoff leg of 51.6, Haye followed with a 52.7, Viola clocked 54.2 and Brown ran an anchor leg of 51.2 for a team time of 3:29.79.

In the distance ...

'Big-Mac' Lift Chatham Boys Basketball to Win on Road over Montville

MONTVILLE, NJ - They call Graham LeMon "Big" for obvious reasons and Mac Bredahl is simply known as "Mac."

On Friday night, the Chatham boys basketball team served up a Big-Mac in its 37-34 victory over Montville.

The 6-6, 290-pound LeMon scored nine of his team-high 13 points in the second half and Bredahl made a number of clutch plays down the ...

Laferriere 2 Goals Boost Chatham Ice Hockey Over Roxbury

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - Freshman center Alex Laferriere scored two goals in the second period and earned an assist in the third period as Chatham skated to a 4-1 ice hockey victory over Roxbury on Thursday at Mennen Sports Arena.

David Andreychuk and Evan Schmidt each had assists on both of Laferriere's goal in the second period for Chatham (11-3-2).

Senior Sam Ortolani ...

Chatham Township Man Fired Rifle into Neighbor's Car on Susan Drive

January 15, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - Sergey Radushinskiy, 69, a resident of Chatham Township was released from jail Monday after a hearing in which he was charged with unlawfully firing a rifle into a parked car, according to a published report by the Daily Record.

Chatham Township Police Officer Sean Lampf had answered the 911 call of "shots fired" early Sunday morning and found ...

Chatham Parent Questions Chatham Township Committee About BOE's Plan to Spend $2.1 Million on New Offices

January 20, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough parent Mike Ryan came before the Chatham Township Committee on a fact-finding mission Thursday night, asking questions about the township's arrangement with the Chatham Board of Education, which rents administrative offices in the municipal building.

"Recently the board of education announced that it has plans to vacate space here in the municipal ...

NJ American Water to Replace Lafayette Water Main in Chatham Township Next Month

CHATHAM, NJ - A five-week disruption to the traffic flow on Lafayette Avenue is coming next month it was announced by Chatham Township Deputy Mayor Karen Swartz on Thursday night at the regular meeting of the Chatham Township Committee.

NJ American Water Company will be replacing the water main on Lafayette Avenue from Southern Boulevard to the Watchung Avenue/Shunpike Road ...

Chatham BOE Working on New Visitors Policy for District; President Cites Sandy Hook Shooting

CHATHAM, NJ - Board member Rich Connors, the new chairman of the policy and planning committee, said that he and his committee are updating the policy No. 9150, which sets guidelines for school visitors, during his report Monday at the Chatham Board of Education meeting held at the Chatham Middle School.

The full text of the current policy is below.

"We also discussed ...

Chatham Parent Questions Chatham Township Committee About BOE's Plan to Spend $2.1 Million on New Offices

January 20, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough parent Mike Ryan came before the Chatham Township Committee on a fact-finding mission Thursday night, asking questions about the township's arrangement with the Chatham Board of Education, which rents administrative offices in the municipal building.

"Recently the board of education announced that it has plans to vacate space here in the municipal ...

NJ American Water to Replace Lafayette Water Main in Chatham Township Next Month

CHATHAM, NJ - A five-week disruption to the traffic flow on Lafayette Avenue is coming next month it was announced by Chatham Township Deputy Mayor Karen Swartz on Thursday night at the regular meeting of the Chatham Township Committee.

NJ American Water Company will be replacing the water main on Lafayette Avenue from Southern Boulevard to the Watchung Avenue/Shunpike Road ...

Chatham BOE Gives Janet Kraemer Another Standing Ovation for 50 Years of Service

January 10, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - A Hurricane Sandy story that not many have heard was told on Monday night when the Chatham Board of Education honored Janet Kraemer for her 50 years of teaching art in the district at the board's first meeting of 2017 held at Chatham Middle School.

Superintendent Dr. Michael LaSusa told (see video below) how Kraemer rode her bicycle to Chatham from south of ...

Chatham's Barbara Tomalonis Named Portfolio Manager at Point View Wealth Management

January 17, 2017

SUMMIT, NJ - Point View Wealth Management, which provides customized portfolio management services and comprehensive financial planning, has named Barbara E. Tomalonis as Portfolio Manager.

Tomalonis has more than 15 years of investment management experience. Most recently, she worked for a private equity fund investing in community bank stocks, serving as a valuation and ...

Chatham Parent Questions Chatham Township Committee About BOE's Plan to Spend $2.1 Million on New Offices

January 20, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough parent Mike Ryan came before the Chatham Township Committee on a fact-finding mission Thursday night, asking questions about the township's arrangement with the Chatham Board of Education, which rents administrative offices in the municipal building.

"Recently the board of education announced that it has plans to vacate space here in the municipal ...

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Closed-end funds (CEFs) can play an important role in a diversified investment portfolio. They offer benefits similar to those of an open-end mutual fund, but also sport unique advantages.  

Unlike a traditional open-end mutual fund, CEFs have a fixed number of shares available to trade. Their price is not tied to the value of the underlying portfolio. The only way the number of shares ...

Why the Y: A Mother and Daughter Find Community

“My mom works here at the Y,” says 9-year-old Leah Rajnarain, looking out from under her cat face-shaped sleeping mask that’s pushed up above her big brown eyes. It’s 4 o’clock in the afternoon and she’s in Kids Central, the Madison Area YMCA’s indoor playground, snuggled up in comfy pajamas because it had been pajama day at Torey J. Sabatini ...

Morristown's Peck School Announces Renovaton for Deetjen Kindergarten

January 19, 2017

MORRISTOWN, NJ. The Peck School is undergoing an innovative redesign to their dedicated kindergarten space over the summer of 2017.

According to Head of School Andy Delinsky, “The design takes its inspiration from a garden, and the colors and palette reflect that theme. This is very intentional, because Kindergarten at Peck is where the original seed is planted – a seed that ...