Overturned Car, Budgets Top Local News
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No injuries were caused by the accident.
Chatham Borough Police worked with the Morris County Sheriff's Office to investigate the home burglary.
The school board approved a preliminary budget with two additional questions.
Impact to average homeowner is $79.
Police employees, with combined 65 years of service, are retiring.
Committee divided on whether a mandatory residential snow removal law is needed.
The white smoke appeared on Wednesday, signalling that the conclave had chosen Argentinian Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio to be the new head of the Catholic Church.
Utility company cited safety concerns with new monopoles as their reason for ending the lease.
Fundraiser for American Cancer Society will be held June 1 and 2 at Haas Field.
The Chatham girls 7th/8th grade winter lacrosse team just completed an undefeated season playing in the Indoor Sports Pavilion (ISP, Randolph) lacrosse league.
Local church invites community to join their 'open and affirming' celebration Saturday.
Council also approves new development guidelines, mural for underpass.
It's that time of year again!
The Chatham Emergency Squad helped a local brownie troop earn their First Aid Badges.
The sale is the Friends of the Library's biggest fundraiser of the year.
County authorities will collect recycling on Monday, April 1 instead of Friday, March 29.