You click, we track! Over the course of the last month, Chathamites had a lot of stories they cared about, and we paid attention to the stories you read. Now with September behind us, we bring you the top local stories you cared about in August on Chatham Patch, based on how many people read the stories.
Chatham Township Police Det. Christopher Slayton sent Chatham Patch three photos from security cameras at Chatham High School from the night the school's mosaic cougar was vandalized in June.
A long line of fans from newborns to seniors, most dressed in blue and white carrying items from football helmets to jerseys to pieces of art, waited along Main Street for a chance to meet Eli Manning at Legends Gallery.
Potential Cut of H.S. Honors Classes Raises Concerns
Chatham Superintendent Michael LaSusa told the Board of Education and parents that it was "a rumor that I had single-handedly made a decision to eliminate classes at the high school"; parents say honors classes provide a challenge for students who are not at AP level but would be bored in regular classes.
Former President Resigns From Board of Education
Stephen Barna submitted a letter of resignation to Board of Education President Thomas K. Belding, citing other commitments in his life.
by Chatham Borough Police and charged with third-degree manufacturing, distributing or dispensing a CDS; third-degree distribution on or within 1,000 feet of school property; fourth-degree possession of a CDS; fourth-degree possession of a prohibited weapon; possession or distribution of a hypodermic syringe and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Parrot Mill Inn Holds Final Sale Before Closing
Twenty-six years after the Parrot Mill Inn opened in Chatham Borough, Toby Kennedy held a final sale before he closed its doors for the last time.