High School Rankings, Drug Busts Top Local News
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The best way to start your week is to get the details on the biggest local news stories, and what better way to increase your knowledge base than with Chatham Patch's Week in Review?
Chatham Borough Police responded to a Hillside Avenue home and arrested two women on various drug charges, including possession of ecstacy and narcotics paraphernalia. One woman was taken to Morristown Meidcal Center after ingesting a combination of drugs.
Chatham High School went from the No. 8 high school in the state two years ago to No. 20, according to rankings released this week by New Jersey Monthly magazine.
A truck driver from Poughkeepsie, N.Y. struck the NJ Transit overpass on Watchung Avenue Wednesday.
Enrollment in the School District of the Chathams is at 4,128 students as of Monday, which is an increase above past years but below projections, according to Superintendent Michael LaSusa.
A Pennsylvania man was drunk when he lost two front tires from his car and drove through a red light Saturday night on Main Street, Chatham Borough Police said.
All this summer you've nominated and voted for your favorite local businesses in various categories, and now it's time to announce the winners.
Chatham High Spanish teacher Josephine Serrano was approved as the district’s new World Language and ESL Supervisor at Monday’s School Board Meeting.
Southern Boulevard School students can walk to the school from a walkway at Colony Pool, according to school officials.