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August 4, 2021

CHATHAM, NJ -- Free ice cream and a chance to dunk a policeman in a tank of water. It marked only the second time that Chatham Borough held a National Night Out event, but the borough police certainly found a sure-fire way to promote a police and community partnership on Tuesday evening at ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- Todd Pivnick told two of his former players that if they ever got a head coaching job, he'd be there to join the staff. Chatham's first-year head coach Evan Picariello was one of those players and that's why Pivnick will bring his 28 years of coaching experience to Cougar Field ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- Four of the nine seats on the Chatham Board of Education will be contested in the November election. Lara Freidenfelds and Brian Hargrove will be vying to win seats representing Chatham Borough on the board. The incumbent running for re-election to a 3-year term is Ann ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- Tony Calandra heard the rumors that he was getting ready to retire from coaching lacrosse and move to Florida. When asked while guiding Chatham to the Group 3 state championship in 2021, he flatly denied that he was retiring anytime soon. Calandra, however, made his retirement as ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- A group describing themselves as a "network of Chatham residents" have signed a letter to the School District of the Chathams asking that masks be made optional for the upcoming school year. The group began collecting signatures on Thursday in response to an open letter sent to ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- An "Open Letter" with 78 signatories was sent to Chatham Superintendent Michael LaSusa and the Chatham Board of Education on Monday, advocating for a mandatory mask policy for school children in the fall. "The purpose of the letter to the Board of Education is to voice parents' ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- The Chatham football team has been getting in shape and learning new plays since opening voluntary summer practice on June 21st, and Tuesday the team got a chance to line up and show what they've absorbed so far. According to first-year Chatham head Evan Picariello, there were ...

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PHILADELPHIA -- Chatham fencer Kailing Sathyanath helped her saber team out of the Advance Fencing & Fitness Academy win a national team saber title and place second in another division at the USA Fencing Nationals held earlier this month. Sathyanath helped her team win a national women's ...

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 MORRISTOWN, NJ - Atlantic Health System announced on Tuesday that Morristown Medical Center was ranked the number one hospital in New Jersey for the fourth year in a row by U.S. News & World Report in its 2021-2022 Best Hospital rankings. The medical center is one of the top acute care ...

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OXFORD, OH -- Chatham residents Sophie Collins, Charlotte Ethridge and Kendall Cree all earned degrees from Miami University during spring commencement. Collins graduated Summa Cum Laude, University Honors with a B.S. in Business in Marketing, Interactive Media Studies. Ethridge graduated with a ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- Maggie Grady should take a bow and hear the applause. The Chatham resident came up with the idea for the Chatham Summer Concert Series two years ago and on Thursday evening the first official concert of 2021 was no doubt as good as Grady imagined it could be.  "Unplugged", the ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- Brian Gibbons said he was more "anxious and nervous" than when he faced real danger during his tenure as a police officer. That was a bit of hyperbole by the Chatham Borough police chief, but it was real as far as he was concerned when he took the stage and made his musical debut ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- Chatham residents Mike McLaughlin, Sal Arnuk and Chris Tomaino will bring their band "Unplugged" to the Gazebo at Reasoner Park for a Summer Concert Series event set to start 6:30 p.m. on Thursday evening.      

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TRENTON, NJ -- Gov. Phil Murphy announced at his regular COVID press briefing on Monday, July 19, that over 10 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in New Jersey and that more than 5 million individuals who live, work, or study in the state are now fully vaccinated. Among ...

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