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Think you missed anything in the Chathams this week?

Morris County has begun planning to mark the 10th anniversary of the attacks.

A contract was awarded to Summit-based Z-Tech Contracting Inc. for the

recently inspected power lines in Chatham Borough.

The Borough is looking to on Main Street between Hillside and Van Doren avenues.

The county is considering as 2012 budget planning begins.

Want to save per year? Consider a rain barrel.

Officials believe water contaminants pose no serious risk to the potential on Green Village Road. 

lot will welcome Chatham Middle School students back in style.

Speaking of parking lots, began on Monday.

What will now that a new dress code is in place?

Despite parents expressing their concerns at the past two Board of Education meetings, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Michael LaSusa said at Southern Boulevard School.

Cougar fans can look forward to a , available at rSchoolToday.

Theatrical opportunities abound. Instead of just , be a part of it.

Could there be a ? Stay tuned!

If you're ready for your close-up, , who recently opened a photography studio on Main Street.

Former Chatham Township resident penned the story of his childhood days spent in the socialist colony that existed just across the street from where Chatham High School stands today.

St. Patrick Church chose and made "green" improvements to its Parish Center.

Chef , of Dartcor, in a cook-off to benefit the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.

On Monday,  captured Chatham's hearts and votes to take the title of Cutest Dog in the Chathams. 

Chatham's in Mexico.


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