Cold Weather Doesn't Slow Down Chathamites
Think you missed anything in the Chathams this week?
Amid the rapidly cooling weather, Chatham residents had plenty to keep them busy this week. So if you think you've missed anything in Chatham this week, here we bring you the Week In Review:
On Monday we brought you the "You Ask … Patch Answers" column, which addressed why the parking lot at Cougar Field remains unpaved. We also told you about the Chatham men's soccer team, which beat Madison on Sunday 3-2. We also told you about the Chatham Borough Fire Department's open house on Saturday for Fire Prevention Week, and about the women soccer team's loss to Randolph over the weekend.
Tuesday we told you about the new European Market on Main Street which had its grand opening over the weekend. We also brought news of the field hockey team's loss to Madison 2-0. We also brought you the news that accused murderer Jose Feliciano's court appearance has been postponed to the week of Oct. 18, and that a Kearny resident was arrested in the township on an outstanding warrant of non-payment of child support.
On Wednesday we told you about steps Chatham Borough is taking to relieve congested parking at the train station lot. We also told you about the Lady Cougars of the Chatham volleyball team, which defeated Morristown-Beard this week. We also brought you a poll by FDU and Patch on Gov. Chris Christie's performance in office, and news about a boy in Chatham Borough questioned regarding spray painting in the CVS parking lot.
Thursday we brought you news of the women's soccer team, which tied Parsippany 3-3 in the final minutes of Wednesday's game. We also told you about the decision of Chatham Borough and Chatham Township to move all 911 and emergency dispatch services to the Morris County facilities. We also brought you a giveaway from the Sanctuary Concert Series, where two lucky winners got a free pair of tickets by answering a trivia question correctly. We'll be doing this for all upcoming Sanctuary concerts, so keep your eyes peeled! We also brought you news from the Chatham Borough Police Department, which investigated a drill stolen from a car parked in the Kings Supermarket lot, a car accident on Main Street and an electrical fire on Jackson Avenue. We also told you about a Berkeley Heights woman arrested for allegedly drunk driving in the township, and about the Chatham men's soccer team's 11th straight win in their game against Parsippany.
On Friday we told you about the Arts Guild New Jersey show, which features a Chatham resident. We also told you about Chatham resident and Congressional candidate Douglas Herbert's upcoming debate against incumbent Rodney Frelinghuysen on Sunday. We also told you about a threatening note found on the wall at Chatham High School, which officials said has been "blown out of proportion." We also told you about the Town and Country Garden Club of the Chathams, which replaced some of the plants in the borough for fall this week, and about a ghost walk through Fair Mount Cemetery this Sunday, organized by the Chatham Historical Society.