Chatham Borough Historical Society Highlights McDougall Photos at its Annual Dinner and Meeting

May 9, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - Some of the more than 200 photographs taken by George McDougall in the late 1800s and early 1900s depicting the people and town of Chatham were highlighted at the annual dinner and meeting of the Chatham Borough Historical Society on Tuesday evening at the Chatham Fish & Game Club.

Chatham Historical Society President Helen Ann Rosenfeld and Jackie ...

Chatham Southern Boulevard First-Grader Tran Wins Two International Piano Competitions; Performs at Carnegie Hall

NEW YORK - Katherine Tran of Chatham, a 6-year-old first grader at Southern Boulevard School, has won two international piano competitions and performed at Carnegie Hall on Saturday.

Tran won first place in the "Little Mozarts Competition" held by the Crescendo International Piano Competition. She also won the gold medal at the Golden Key Music Festival, an international piano ...

Embracing Culture and Shopping Experience, Baby Crossing, The Depot and Paradise Are Thriving in Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ – For 40 years, the Depot Home & Gift Shop (980 Mt. Kemble Ave.) has been a staple in the Morristown community as a family-owned retail destination store that was built on tradition and uniqueness. Of course, as the demand in the retail industry has changed over the years, so has the storefront property in the rolling hills of Morris County in a revolutionary expansion ...

Chatham Jazz Band Provides Opening Act for Board of Education; Bring 'Jazz Appreciation Month' to Municipal Building

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham residents and board of education members were pleasantly surprised by the Chatham High School Jazz Band, which performed in honor of Jazz Appreciation Month before the Chatham Board of Education meeting on Monday night at the municipal building.

Tom Salvas, media advisor and member of the New Jersey Jazz Society, arranged the performance with the cooperation of Chatham ...

Chatham Comes out for 53rd Annual Small Fry Fishing Derby Sponsored by the Chatham Borough Fire Department

CHATHAM, NJ - Some came early and others showed up after Saturday sporting activities, but it was another great day for Chatham families to share together at Kelley's Pond.

The 53rd annual Small Fry Fishing Derby brought sun and clear skies -  with refreshments provided by the Chatham Borough Volunteer Fire Department, including a highly recommended chili dish.

Dan McGookin of ...

Registration Now Open for Chatham Jaycees 41st Fishawack Run on June 9

Registration is now open for the Chatham Jaycees 41st annual Fishawack Run set to kick off the Fishawack Festival on Saturday, June 9.

The one-mile Fun Run starts at 9 a.m., followed by the 4-mile race at 9:30 a.m. See entry form below.

Local Citizens Organize Rally to Save Historic Madison Movie Theater; Event Set for Sunday

MADISON, NJ – As developers call for the potential demolition of the historic Madison movie theater, several concerned community members are standing up to fight back.

Several of these citizens have since joined forces to form the Save Madison Theater Committee, which will host a “Save the Historic Madison Theater” community rally on Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. in front of the ...

Chatham Middle School Jazz Festival Set for Thursday, April 19

CHATHAM, NJ -The annual Jazz in the Middle festival of middle school jazz bands will be held Thursday, April 19 in the Chatham Middle School auditorium.

Now in its ninth year, Jazz in the Middle was the creation of CMS music teacher Christie Spriggs, who sought to provide quality performance/adjudication opportunities for middle school jazz bands. Spriggs traditionally selects April as ...

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Second Annual School District of the Chathams K-12 Art Show May 21 and May 22 at the Chatham Middle School

May 18, 2018

The School District of the Chathams will hold its second annual K-12 Art Show on May 21 & May 22 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Chatham Middle School upper gymnasium.

Artwork from over 800 district students representing grades K-12 will be on display. Pieces span a wide variety of media including painting, drawing, papier mache, plaster, ceramics, jewelry, collage, metal works, printmaking, ...