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Tenure Changes, Bridge Strike Top Local News

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Longer Tenure Track Under New Teacher Evaluations

Superintendent Dr. Michael LaSusa said contracts for teachers in the School District of the Chathams have been re-issued to reflect the state-mandated change to tenure tracks.

Watchung Avenue Bridge Struck By Truck Again

A New York driver man issued a summons for careless driving.

Several staff members at Chatham Middle School have seen their spouses, children, friends and colleagues affected by blood cancers.

Chatham Native Stays with Newark Bears

Mike Ness started three games for the New Jersey Jackals, but Newark holds contractual rights to him for the 2013 season.

Paddle Tennis Courts Get a Make-Over

The courts at Colony Pool and Tennis Club were resurfaced and the screens were repaired, just in time for the 2012-13 season to get into full swing.

New School Security System to be Ready This Month

Three new boilers at Lafayette Avenue School will also be ready in October.

Bell Wesel said the play, which opened Friday at the Chatham Playhouse, is enjoyable for Hitchcock fans and for those who never saw the 1935 film.

'Chicken Soup' Includes Work of Chatham Woman

Karen Lewis Jackson sold an autobiographical story about watching her daughter struggle with dyslexia to the acclaimed series.

Chatham Mail May Be Lost in Truck Fire

State agency working to help residents whose mail never made it to government offices.

Chatham Native Wins USGA Amateur Title

Paul Simson, who grew up in Chatham, defeats Curtis Skinner, 4 and 3, in West Caldwell Thursday.

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