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Another Virtuoso Virtual Performance by the Chatham High Select Choir: Salmo

May 2, 2020

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Superintendent Michael LaSusa provided a link to a virtual performance by the Chatham High Select Choir in his May 1 update message to parents on Friday.

The CHS Select Choir performs "Salmo" below.


Chatham High's Casey Delsandro Named 'Outstanding Jazz Musician' of the Month by Mayo Performing Arts Center

CHATHAM, NJ - Casey Delsandro, a junior at Chatham HIgh, has been named one of the "Outstanding Jazz Musicians" for the month of April by the Mayo Performing Arts Center.

Delsandro, who plays baritone/soprano saxophone in the CHS jazz ensemble, was nominated by jazz director Brian Conti.

Normally, students are recognized before an MPAC event, but that practice had to be suspended ...

Chatham's Harrison Farrugia Reflects on Time as Drum Major for Rutgers Marching Scarlet Knights

Music Defined Senior's Time at Rutgers as Marching Band Drum Major

In his last two years as a Rutgers undergrad, there was no place Harrison Farrugia would rather have been than center podium – the small metal platform eight steps above the 50-yard line that gave him a unique view of the Rutgers Marching Scarlet Knights (MSK) – close enough to be a part of the band, but at ...

Madison Area YMCA's Schedule for This Week's Free Livestream Group Exercise Classes

MADISON, NJ -  The Madison Area YMCA is offering free live stream group exercise classes. Due to the facility closures, the YMCA has added virtual classes each week.

"We are excited to offer live Group Exercise classes virtually", said Y staff. " These are free for members and our non-members. No equipment needed, just your computer or cell phone to livestream ...

Chatham Fishawack Festival Canceled Due to Gov. Murphy's Order Against Mass Gatherings

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough has announced that the annual Fishawack Festival - scheduled for Saturday, June 13 - has been canceled due to Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order prohibiting mass gatherings.

The full explanation from the borough is below:

Dear Fishawack Festival Friends -

Based on Governor Phil Murphy's Executive Orders, mass gatherings are not permitted for the ...


Chatham High Chronicle Announces Winners of Remote Learning Art and Meme Contests

May 31, 2020

Chatham High School’s newspaper, The Chronicle, held an art and meme contest for students while in remote learning. Below are the winners of the CHS Chronicle Art and Meme Competition. 

“We created this competition as a way to give those that wanted something creative to do while in quarantine a medium to both create and have a chance to be rewarded for their efforts as well, ...


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A Week at the Library of the Chathams Monday, June 1 – Sunday, June 7, 2020

Teen Art Contest! Imagine Your Story

We believe that creating art is a wonderful way to express how you are feeling at this time.  Whether you consider yourself a doodler or a true artist, we invite you to submit pictures of your creations for our Teen Art Contest.  Submissions will be displayed on the library's Facebook page and will be voted on by the public.  Winners ...

A Week at the Library of the Chathams Monday, May 25 – Sunday, May 31, 2020

History Research Center is a suite of five databases:  African-American History, American History, American Indian History, Ancient and Medieval History, and Modern World History.  These databases can be searched simultaneously or separately.  Each database offers maps and charts, primary sources, timelines of historical events, and videos.  They ...

The Dow Hits 25,000 While Covid-19 Deaths Surpass 100,000: Do You Say Buy or Bye to the Market Now?

The stock market has done the one thing nearly all the pundits said was impossible: making a V-shaped recovery.  The stock market, as measured by the S&P 500, has soared nearly 40% since the apparent bottom, March 23.  The market is now up on a year over year basis and is down only about 6% year to date.

Yet, the economic and medical prospects are, at best, dicey.  On the ...

Consumer Defensive Stocks – A Safe Port in the Storm?

As the Coronavirus grips much of the world, global travel and commerce have come to a screeching halt.  The last thing people want to think about is getting on an airplane, checking into a hotel or spending money on the latest fashions.  They are concerned about sourcing food, cleaning supplies, and the holy grail – toilet paper. 

Investors have long been drawn to consumer ...

No Chatham Jaycees Fishawack Run in 2020 But Chathamites Can Support Local Organizations by Purchasing Fishawack Gear

June 4, 2020

CHATHAM, NJ - Good news!! (and bad news)

You don’t have to run 4 miles to get this year's Fishawack Run gear. The race is canceled due to Covid-19, however, the Jaycees and sponsors Brian Hart of Coldwell Banker and Dunkin of the Chathams (Main St and Shunpike locations) have teamed up to facilitate the sale of shirts in order to help support the local non-profits that still ...

Americans Need Recurring Federal Stimulus Payments Now

June 4, 2020

To the Editor:

We are now over three months into a pandemic that has led to a health and financial crisis not seen in many generations. June is here, which means another round of rent and mortgage payments are due for millions of Americans. Small business owners are scrambling to stay afloat, and financial anxiety will have its new cycle as bills come in and remain unpaid. Together, we find ...

Restaurant Business Down, NJ Distributors Are Selling Straight to Consumers

May 31, 2020

Duck legs confit. Waygu burgers. Anduille sausage. These items from meat supplier D’Artagnan typically would be headed to restaurants, but due to COVID-19 much of it is on its way to homes, instead.

“We got into this because the restaurants disappeared,” said D’Artagnan President Andy Wertheim. “This is a question of finding another way to get the product into ...


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TAPinto Camden Editor Talks about Peaceful Protest for George Floyd that brought City into National Spotlight

June 4, 2020

CAMDEN, NJ -- Steven Rodas, Editor of TAPinto Camden, spoke with Stephanie Willoughby about the recent protest held here in solidarity with George Floyd that has put the city in the national spotlight for both its peaceful nature and police participation. 

Hundreds gathered in downtown Camden on Saturday, May 30, but what made this protest stand out from the thousands of other ...