Chatham High Marching Band Concludes Season with 4th Place at US Bands Group 2 Open Championships

November 16, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham High School Marching Band recently concluded its competitive season with a fourth place finish at the US Bands Group 2 Open Championships held at High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers University.

This year’s CHS Marching Band show, Land of the Free, was an inspiring show dedicated to American history and patriotism. The band’s first competition was in ...

Chatham Borough Updated Vote Count Confirms Election Night Winners

CHATHAM, NJ - With 11 provisional ballots added to the vote, Chatham Borough updated its vote total from the Nov. 7 election, which confirmed the announced winners reported last Tuesday (See updated totals below).

Robert Weber and Thaddeus Kobylarz were the winners in the four-way race for two Borough of Chatham Council seats.

"I would like to thank the voters for the faith and ...

Students at Peck Become the Witnesses of Witnesses

MORRISTOWN, NJ - In 2012, experts estimated that there were less than 500,000 Holocaust survivors still alive on earth. Sadly, survivors were dying of old age at a rate of one every 45 minutes. As that genocide recedes in time, we face the inevitability that our firsthand witness to the atrocity – the survivors, as well as, the veterans who liberated them – will soon be gone ...

Award-Winning Documentary on Saving the Great Swamp Airs on NJTV Wednesday, Nov. 15

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham residents can set their DVRs to see the award-winning documentary, Saving the Great Swamp - The Battle to Defeat the Jetport"  at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15 on NJTV when it makes its television premiere.

The documentary was shown to the public for the first time on Dec. 3, 2016 in the Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown.

NJTV will also ...

Chatham High has 10 Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent to NCAA Division 1 Programs

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham High had a wide range of student-athletes ink their names to NCAA Division 1 national letters of intent during the recent early signing period.

The 10 Chatham High athletes were recruited for six different sports, including Alice Kass, who signed to compete as an equestrian at the University of South Carolina.

Kass was joined by girls lacrosse players Tessa ...

Chatham's Parisella Signs National Letter to Play Lacrosse for Brown University

WATCHUNG –  Chatham resident Alaina Parisella is one of six Mount Saint Mary Academy seniors to recently sign national letters of intent to play a sport in college. Parisella signed to play women's lacrosse at Brown University.

“I am incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to play Division 1 Lacrosse Brown University,” Parisella said, “and ...

How the Chathams Voted: Below 50 Percent Turnout in Both Towns

CHATHAM, NJ - Forty-five percent of Chatham residents came out to vote on election day Tuesday, with a total of 6,598 votes cast combined in Chatham Borough and Chatham Township, representing 45 percent of the 14,654 registered voters.

In Chatham Township, there was a 46.8 percent turnout with 3,825 of the 8,163 eligible voters casting votes. In Chatham Borough, there was a 42.7 percent ...

Webers Hold Sway in Chatham Borough Council, BOE Races; Democrat Kobylarz Wins Council Seat; Ryan Joins BOE

CHATHAM, NJ - The Weber family of Summit Avenue in Chatham Borough gained a double victory on Tuesday with Robert Weber earning his first three-year term on the Borough of Chatham Council and his wife, Jill Critchley Weber winning a third term on the Chatham Board of Education.

The unofficial results reported from borough hall (not including provisional ballots) have Republican Robert Weber ...

Chatham Township Republicans Hold Onto Committee Seats in Close Election; Chambers Elected to Board of Education

CHATHAM, NJ - In what could have been a sea change election for the Chatham Township Committee, Republicans Mike Kelly and Deputy Mayor Karen Swartz won re-election and Tayfun Selen took the special election to fill an unexpired term on Tuesday.

All three won narrow victories over Democratic challengers Stacey Ewald, Tracy Ness and Salil Sheth. Not included in the ...

Chatham CEO Galiher Joins Chatham Education Foundation in Making Donation to Chatham BOE; Robotics Team Gets $10,000

CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Education Foundation has donated more than $1 million to the Chatham Board of Education since 1997 and regularly builds on that total.

At the most recent BOE meeting on Monday night, the CEF wasn't the only financial contributor since it was joined by John Galiher, CEO of Preferred Freezer Services located at 1 Main Street in Chatham.

The BOE accepted a ...

Mary Chambers, an Excellent Choice for Chatham Township, Board of Education

November 6, 2017

Letter to the Editor,

I am writing in support of Mary Chambers for the open seat in Chatham Township on the Board of Education. After consultation with her family and others, Mary did not just put her name on the ballot for a seat on the Board of Ed and hope for the best. Like a good student, she did her homework. She reached out to past and existing members of the Board of Education. She has ...

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F.M. Kirby Children’s Center of the Madison Area YMCA Students Commemorate Veterans Day

November 14, 2017

The F.M. Kirby Children’s Center of the Madison Area YMCA commemorated Veterans Day in a variety of ways this year. Staff and parents brought in pictures of friends and family for a “Wall of Heroes” that will be on display for the remainder of the month. Special Operations Marine Veteran Jared Frederick spoke to preschool and school-age students about what Veterans Day is and ...