Business & Finance

June 2, 2020

The TM Ward Coffee Company: A 28-year Chatham Tradition By Mary Tunny Weichert --- May 18, 2020 If you’re one of many people whose morning routine includes a delicious hot cup of coffee from a local café, you might find it difficult to imagine a time when coffee shops weren’t the norm.

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CHATHAM, NJ - Danny Mahoney has earned a reputation as a leader and a competitor during his Chatham High sports career, captaining two Cougar teams and playing in three state championship games. Mahoney's service as a captain for the 2020 Cougar lacrosse team came to an abrupt end because of the ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Shopping for Mother's Day Gifts and supporting local Chatham businesses has been made easier by the "Keep Chatham Thriving" campaign. Shoppers can get a virtual tour of Chatham shops so that they can do their Mother's Day shopping from the safety of their home. "In an effort to ...

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With May and its warmer temperatures, sunshine, and spring flowers at our doorsteps, I naturally lean toward a hopeful outlook despite the toll COVID-19 has taken on us. This is not to suggest I see the future through rose-colored glasses; but rather that I hope to meet challenges ahead with ...

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Given widespread concerns about COVID-19, high unemployment rates, changes in the stock market, and a COVID-19 vaccine many months away, it’s natural to wonder whether it’s wise to sell or buy a home now.  Despite the unique circumstances of our time, several positive themes have emerged for the ...

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With businesses suffering from “social distancing” during the COVID-19 crisis, support to keep local stores, shops and offices open in the Chatham Borough/Township has been essential. Many residents have taken to social media and other outlets to help businesses thrive during this period. One ...

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Dear Chatham Borough Business Owner: First and foremost, I hope you, your families, and your employees are all safe during this coronavirus pandemic. I recognize that the exacting but necessary measures taken by the state of New Jersey to bring this virus under control have been challenging ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township resident Ashley Dunn came up with the idea that has been gaining steam recently, starting a flower chain to brighten the day for her neighbors. "The bulk of our business has come from people trying to cheer each other up, lift their spirits and brighten their day," ...

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“The Coronavirus (“COVID-19”) has made it imperative to design a plan and prepare for any number of outcomes associated with the developing pandemic”,  said Morris County Clerk Ann F. Grossi, Esq. The actions below are designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health and well-being ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - In case anyone has missed it, DRIP Coffee on Main Street in Chatham has officially closed its doors. Three years ago, DRIP took over the space vacated by Cafe Beethoven.

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CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough Mayor Thaddeus Kobylarz campaigned on reviving the local economy and he announced on Monday night that he is following through with the first meeting of the Chatham Borough Economic Development Advisory Committee. Kobylarz announced he will head up the first meeting ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Board of Education ratified a memorandum of agreement with the Chatham Education Association on Monday night at its regular meeting. The agreement calls for a 3.2 percent average yearly salary increase for Chatham teachers over the course of the four-year contract. In ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Alexa Kelly and Roxanne Elbanna had been working friends for four and a half years before they decided to go into business together. The two 27-year-olds made that a reality on Oct. 10 when they opened their hair salon "Luxe on Main" in Chatham. "We're very happy to welcome Luxe ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Randy Dembo has lived in Chatham for 40 years and he's noticed that he has one of the best views of Main Street from his Legends Gallery storefront. "I've seen the revitalization of downtown Chatham right across the street from me at Sorriso Kitchen, where people come to town and ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Cafe Roma was officially welcomed to Chatham this week with a ribbon-cutting at the restaurant located at 250 Main St., the former home of D.J. Crater. Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris welcomed the Calabrese brothers, Johnny and Nino, who opened in Chatham July 10. Cafe Roma ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - The Borough of Chatham Council joined the regional effort to ban single-use plastic bags, unanimously introducing an ordinance that would ban plastic bags from retail establishments and tag on a 10 cent charge for replacement paper bags on Monday night at its regular ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - The Cafe Roma Restaurant is set to open 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 10 at 250 Main Street in Chatham. A sign on the door asks patrons to call for reservations. Cafe Roma takes over the space left when DJ Crater closed after 34 years in the same location. Cafe Roma also has a takeout ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Jeffrey Garibaldi Jr. brought up the fact that there was a three-piece jazz band playing at 10:30 in the morning and noted that "The Station" will always have some kind of music playing in the background. The music started playing on Tuesday morning when the Garibaldi Group ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - As studies and scientific reports have increasingly become more foreboding for the future of the environment from the current state of pollution, local government has been in the forefront in pioneering change for uses of plastic products such as grocery bags and straws. On Monday, ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Kathy Korab always wanted to own her own salon and one day she discovered that her future business partner had been sitting in her stylist chair for 15 years. The serendipitous partnership between stylist Korab and customer Cindi Galiher has turned into the Glaze Salon. "I ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Margarita Murray's husband, Joe, is a walking advertisement for her menswear and accessories shop, Pour HoMMe, located at 242 Main St., in Chatham. He stopped by the shop to help celebrate his wife's one-year anniversary and ribbon-cutting event and his outfit, from head to toe, ...

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