Chatham School District Claims Win in Judge's Ruling Against Dismissal of "Frivolous" Lawsuit About Islamic Teachings

June 26, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - The School District of the Chathams issued a written response to the recent court ruling in which District Court Judge Kevin McNulty denied the district's motion for dismissal of the federal lawsuit brought by Chatham mother Libby Hilsenrath and her son, C.H., stemming from a 7th Grade "World Cultures and Geography" class.

The federal ...

Chatham Township Police Chief Steven Hennelly Retires After 31 Years; Hired as Director of Security for Newport Centre Mall

CHATHAM, NJ - Police Chief Steven E. Hennelly abruptly announced the end of his 31-year association with Chatham Township law enforcement when he confirmed his retirement on Thursday at the Chatham Township Committee meeting.

Hennelly, 53, will immediately start a new job in the private sector as the director of the security for the Newport Centre Mall in Jersey City. Hennelly, who ...

District Court Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss by School District of the Chathams in Complaint Made by Chatham Mom

CHATHAM, NJ - A motion to dismiss the federal lawsuit against the School District of the Chathams was denied by U.S. District Court Judge Kevin McNulty, according to an announcement made by the Thomas More Law Center, which is representing the plaintiff, Libby Hilsenrath of Chatham.

In January, Chatham Middle School mother, Libby Hilsenrath, along with her minor child, filed suit in ...

NJ Bureau of Securities Fines Chatham-Based Financial Planner $500,000 for Deceptive Selling of Securities to the Retired

CHATHAM, NJ - The New Jersey Bureau of Securities fined a Chatham-based financial planner $500,000 for "deceptively selling at least $6.1 million in unregistered securities to elderly and retired New Jersey investors."

The Bureau of Securities released the details on Friday, naming Richard Belott of Financial Planning Advisors, LLC, located on Main Street in Chatham, in ...

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