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Sun, April 7, 12:00 PM

Green Point Organic Juicery, Morristown

Climate Meet & Greet

Education Government Green

Add to My Calendar 04/07/2019 12:00pm 04/07/2019 4:00pm America/New_York Climate Meet & Greet

Concerned about climate change? Come to Green Point Organic Juicery for a Meet & Greet with local Citizens' Climate Lobby volunteers. Learn about an effective, bipartisan solution that would pay you a monthly dividend as it speeds the transition to clean, renewable energy.

28 Speedwell Ave Morristown, NJ 07960
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Sat, April 13, 9:00 AM

Green Village Fire Department, Green Village

Community Shred to Benefit Green Villlage Fire ...

Giving Back Green Home & Garden Police & Fire

Add to My Calendar 04/13/2019 9:00am 04/13/2019 12:00pm America/New_York Community Shred to Benefit Green Villlage Fire Department

All are welcome to bring their personal and business documents for shredding. Sensitive information will be destroyed on-site by a truck-mounted shredder provided by Absolute Shredding, LLC of Hackettstown. Not only will this fund-raiser protect privacy and help avoid identity theft, it will also help to protect the environment as all the shredded paper will be recycled into other paper ...

529 Green Village Road Green Village, NJ 07935
Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department Easter Event

Sun, April 14, 1:00 PM

Southern Boulevard Firehouse, Chatham

Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department Easter ...

Police & Fire

Add to My Calendar 04/14/2019 1:00pm 04/14/2019 4:00pm America/New_York Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department Easter Event

Registration and welcome, Easter Egg Hunt, pictures with the Easter Bunny, Giant 50/50 Raffle, face painting, T-shirt sales, Fire Truck fun, learn how to become a volunteer firefighter or associate, fire prevention information, food and drinks and other activities for the kids. Easter Bunny arrives at 1:30pm by fire truck. Parents can take pictures of their kids with the Easter Bunny on the fire ...

172 Southern Blvd Chatham, NJ 07928

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A Week at the Library of The Chathams Monday, October 14 – Sunday, October 20, 2019

SCARY BOOK SALE

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind book sale!  Friends of the Library offer a broad selection of scary books, graphic novels and DVDs.  Shop with a reusable bag and get a free book!  Proceeds from the sale benefit your library.  See below for time and contents.

For information about all programs or to sign up, please call the library at 973‑635‑0603 ...

Tax Tips for the Private Investor

Winston Churchill once declared, “There is no such thing as a good tax.”  While the argument for or against Churchill’s thoughts on taxes is best left for another article, we would argue that there is such thing as a good tax strategy.  In fact, there are several tax strategies a prudent investor could employ to ensure they are maximizing the benefits laid out by the ...

Navigating Retirement Income

As people approach retirement, they may look forward to travel, to volunteering, perhaps to a second home.  Most are not focused on keeping taxable income within one set of parameters, modified adjusted gross income within another, and state income within a third.  Perhaps they should be. A little thought before age 65 as to how you structure your income can save you considerably down ...

Chatham’s Mary Weichert Earns Spot in Prestigious 2019 REAL Trends Best Real Estate Professionals List

October 18, 2019

Hard work, sacrifices paying dividends after 20 years for veteran real estate broker Mary Weichert Named to 2019 REAL Trends Best Real Estate Professionals List

CHATHAM, NJ – Staying ahead of the curve in the constantly evolving real estate market has been a key driver to the success of Mary Weichert’s long-standing tenure as a real estate broker out of Weichert’s Chatham ...

Experienced Candidates who care

October 19, 2019

Dear Editor,

Bob Weber, Stacey McEvoy and Paul Kelley are experienced candidates who truly care about Chatham Borough.  As Mayor Bob Weber would utilize his acute understanding of the law as an assistant prosecutor along with his intuitive leadership skills as teacher, coach, Eagle Scout and Scout Master.

As a current Councilman, Bob serves on four committees, the Personnel ...

Four Delicious Ways to Enjoy Local Squash this Fall

October 18, 2019

It’s squash season! So now that you’ve just picked up a bunch of beautiful autumn squash, what do you do with it?

First, don’t refrigerate hard squashes unless they’re peeled or cut. Instead, keep them in a cool, dry place. They’ll last about a month.

Then try one of these yummy ideas:

Roasted delicata squash is a fast side dish, especially because you ...

Obituaries

- Apr 10, 2019
Albert Longley Hale, a long-time resident of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, died at the age of 92 ...
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CUEED Celebrates a Decade of Success Supporting Entrepreneurs & Economic Development

October 18, 2019

NEWARK, NJ -- Rutgers Business School’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development (CUEED) celebrated their 10th anniversary, bringing together elected officials, local vendors and leaders in the community to mark a decade of success. Held at Express Newark, the CUEED UnGala Experience also featured Q&A sessions about business topics and a marketplace showcasing the ...

Chatham Township Police: Controlled Dangerous Substance Arrest Made

October 17, 2019

“All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law”

CHATHAM, NJ - On October 6, 2019 Patrolman Brian Kelly arrested Andrew J. Ott, 18 of Chatham Township, for Hindering Apprehension. Officers encountered Ott while investigating a stolen vehicle report. During the investigation, Ott provided Officers a false name and date of birth. He was arrested and ...

Pipe Talk

Fall and winter in New Jersey can get pretty chilly. It’s important to protect your pipes BEFORE the weather gets into the 30s or even 20s.

Just one episode of frozen pipes can wreak havoc on your home. When water freezes, it expands and exerts pressure on your pipes, occasionally causing them to split. A burst pipe can potentially leak several gallons of water per hour, cause thousands ...