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New Police Chief, Revamped Skate Park Top Local News

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Skate Park Could Reopen in February

Township committee agreed to endorse fundraising efforts to come up with $15,000 for a special acrylic coating.

Chatham Lieutenant Named New Police Chief

Steven Hennelly took over as Chatham Township's Chief of Police Friday.

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

Distracted Drivers a 'Deadly Problem' in Borough

Councilman James Collander said almost half the accidents in Chatham Borough are caused by distracted drivers.

Chatham Lieutenant Named New Police Chief

Steven Hennelly will take over as Chatham Township's Chief of Police Friday.

Digital Literacy Class to be Offered at High School

The course will consolidate computer applications and multimedia applications classes.

Slight Tax Increase Projected in Chatham Borough

Final numbers are yet to be determined, councilman says.

World Series Players to Make Local Appearance

Mookie Wilson and Bill Buckner of the 1986 Mets and Red Sox, winners of the World Series, will sign autographs on Feb. 10.

A River Edge Drive home was broken into on Jan. 18.

Micki Chaput no longer works for the Senior Center of the Chathams, but she's already signed up to volunteer.

How Will You Celebrate the Super Bowl?

Where to watch, what to eat and how to make the most of Game Day.

New Courses Planned for Chatham High School

Honors credits will give incentive to keep taking world language courses, principal said.

Flu Shots Available at Health Department

The Madison Health Department services residents of Chatham Borough and Chatham Township.

FEMA Deadline Extended to March 1

Extension prompted by a request from New Jersey officials.

Pilot in 2011 crash on I-287 in which five people died did not request briefing, according to National Transportation Safety Board.

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