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Most-Read Chatham Stories of January

Local diner on Food Network most popular article of the month.

Food Network to Feature Chatham Deli

Marie's Italian Specialties was included on an episode of 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,' Guy Fieri's show, which aired Monday, Jan. 21.

Discovery of the body was made Tuesday, Jan. 8 near Long Hill Road in Harding Township.

Body Found in Swamp ID'd as 62-Year-Old Man 

Authorities said there was no foul play involved in the man's death.

Body Found in Swamp Was Lake Hopatcong Man

Officials ruled death a suicide from gunshot wound to the stomach.

School Secretary Touched a Generation of Chatham Lives

Susan Neibert, who died on Dec. 29, worked at Southern Boulevard School for 17 years.

A Morristown man was allegedly involved in accidents on I-78 before being stopped in Chatham by borough police.

Mourners say goodbye to man killed in crash, fire destroys SUV also make headlines in a single week this month.

House Fire Causes No Injuries in Chatham Twp.

The fire started in the back of the house, and cause of the blaze is still under investigation.

 

Skate Park's Fate to be Determined

Two local women lead the fight to save the Chatham Skate Park, which was closed in August by Chatham Township's insurance carrier..

 

John Paton's last day with the Chatham Township Police Department was Thursday, Jan. 31.

 

The School District of the Chathams considers adding security and guidance personnel, making facility improvements and altering procedures following Newtown shootings.

31-year-old allegedly struck a building on Hickory Place and hit an electric box and telephone pole on Shunpike Road in the early morning on Saturday, Jan. 26.

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