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Chatham Township Committee Approves Shared Services Agreement with Chatham Board of Ed to Hire Armed School Security

December 14, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Township Committee unanimously approved a resolution to enter into a shared service agreement with the School District of the Chathams to hire an armed Class III Special Law Enforcement Officer at its regular meeting on Thursday.

If the agreement is approved by the board of education on Monday, Chatham Township Police Chief Thomas Miller said he could begin ...

Chatham Borough Fire Department Gears Up ECLC Student to Cap Fire Prevention Campaign

CHATHAM, NJ - Matt Pridham, the fire inspector for Chatham Borough, was so impressed by the enthusiasm for fire safety shown by ECLC student Max Smokler that he set up a surprise for him at the Chatham Firehouse.

Smokler was presented with his own firefighter coat and pants on Friday afternoon.

Past Chatham Borough Fire Chief Peter Glogolich taught Chatham ...

Kelly Sworn in as New Probationary Firefighter with Chatham Borough Volunteer Fire Department

CHATHAM, NJ - Robert W. Kelly was sworn in as a new probationary firefighter for the Chatham Borough Volunteer Fire Department on Monday night at the Borough of Chatham Council meeting.

The 18-year-old Kelly joins the Chatham Borough Fire Department's Hook & Ladder Company.

Green Village Holds Veterans Day Ceremony, Places Wreath at Memorial

GREEN VILLAGE, NJ - The Green Village Fire Department held its annual Veterans Day Ceremony on the triangle Sunday.

Janet Doherty of the Green Village auxiliary made the introductions and Pastor Annie Williams of the Green Village Methodist Church offered prayers for the Veterans.

Vocalist Leslie MacDonald sang the National Anthem and America the Beautiful during the ceremony, which ...

Chatham Borough Police Call in Bomb Squad to Coleman Avenue for Suspicious Package "Simulating an Explosive Device"

On November 7, 2018, at 11:17 AM Chatham Borough Police responded to Coleman Avenue on a reported suspicious package left in a resident’s driveway. The package appeared to be a small shaving cream canister wrapped with electrical tape and wire simulating an explosive device.

The area was cordoned off and the Morris County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad was called out to assess the ...


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