Monday, May 13, 2013
Several pieces of jewelry stolen from master bedroom, police said.
A bathroom window was smashed on a Susan Drive Home May 3 before someone burglarized the house, according to Chatham Township Police Lt. Maureen Kazaba. Sgt. Robert Scheetz and Ptl. Dave Schaffer arrived at the home around 10 p.m. and determined that entry was gained through the bathroom window, which was smashed. At that point, Kazaba said the master bedroom was entered and several pieces of jewelry were stolen. The Morris County Criminal Investigation unit is assisting with the investigation, which is continuing. Anyone with information on the burglary should call the Chatham Township Police Department Detective Bureau at 973-377-0100 ext. 507 or 509.
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Five homes sold in the Chathams last week.
Garden tate MLS reports five homes sold in the Chathams last week, one in Chatham Borough and four in Chatham Township. Here's this week's list:
Saturday, August 18, 2012
How has the hurricane impacted you?
After Hurricane Irene blew through Chatham in August 2011, Chatham Patch went through town and took video of the damage. One year later, we're asking you: How does the storm continue to impact you? What trees fell on your property that have yet to be replaced? What changes did you make in and around your home after the power went out—and in some cases, stayed out for days? Add photos of your neighborhood from the storm, and photos today so Chatham residents can see how far cleanup has come. Leave your comment below, or email Laura.Silvius@Patch.com with your stories about how Hurricane Irene impacted you and your family.
Monday, May 28, 2012
For those Chathamites who are still in town, a look at ways to spend your Labor Day.
Most businesses will be closed Monday for Memorial Day. The Library of the Chathams, government buildings, post offices and banks will also be closed. For those without children enrolled in the School District of the Chathams, enjoy sleeping in! Several stores, however, will remain open in case you run out of beverages, ice, snacks or food for your grill. Here are their hours: Here's what else you can expect today: There are also several services and events to commemorate this Memorial Day: Memorial Day Service in Green Village When/Where: 8:30 a.m. Monday, Green Village Volunteer Fire Department, 529 Green Village Rd., Chatham, NJ Why go: Honor the fallen at this intimate gathering in Green Village. Cost: Free. Memorial Day Commemoration …
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
About 13,000 total racers participate in 2012 race.
The many changes to the 2012 New Jersey Marathon including a new starting location and time, did not stop a huge number of runners and spectators from flocking to Oceanport and Long Branch on Sunday morning. About 13,000 participants enjoyed a perfect day and raced through the streets of several local towns as they raced to a finish on the Promenade in Long Branch. The race's new starting location of Monmouth Park eased parking and some traffic concerns for participants, and a shuttle service to and from the race track helped tired runners and spectators reach their destinations. Jason Page, of Durham, N.C., won the full marathon with a lightning fast time of 2:33:13. He finished first in a group of 2,304 runners. The half marathon, which …
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Cougars won two games this weekend against Mendham and Manhasset.
It was another test in what has been a season full of tests for the Chatham High School girls lacrosse team. In a Friday match against Mendham, the Cougars squandered a 5-2 first half lead to arguably their biggest Morris County rival. Faced with a tied game going into the second half, the Cougars had to adjust their tactics and redouble their efforts under pressure. “We had to bring it just as hard if not harder in the second half,’’ said Chatham senior Kallan Murray. (Our halftime talk) was a group pump-up. Everyone got fired up and we took it to them.’’ Murray became part of the answer by scoring three goals to start the second half in what became a 10-7 win on Friday. Even though the Cougars are a veteran team with aspirations that …
Saturday, February 11, 2012
As Valentine's Day approaches, we want to know the most romantic spots in the Chathams.
In the spirit of Valentine's Day, we need your help in telling us where the most romantic spots are located in the Chathams? Where do people cuddle close to look at the stars? Where do people take long walks? Through the Great Swamp, maybe? Maybe the back corner at Cafe Beethoven or a favorite spot along Loantaka Brook? Tell Chatham Patch about your favorite romantic spots in town, or your own personal story of love gone wrong—or right—on Valentine's Day. Tell us where you think there's a "Lovers Lane" in the comment section below.
Monday, January 23, 2012
Chatham residents say power is out on Hillside, Hedges Avenues.
JCP&L reported under 500 Long Valley residents without power as of 3:08 p.m. Monday, but at least two Chatham residents report power outages as well. JudyAnn Hargrove of Hillside Avenue said JCP&L told her power should be restored by 4 p.m., but gave no indication as to why the power was out. Kristina Pasko of Hedges Avenue also said her power was out. John Anderson of JCP&L said a tree branch had fallen and blew a fuse box, affecting 130 customers along Hedges Avenue, Hillside Avenue, Summit Avenue, Main Street and Yale Street. According to Anderson, power was restored at approximately 1:45 p.m. The utility company does not know of outages unless customers report them. Anyone experiencing service interruptions can report it to JCP&L by …
Chatham Borough saved $277; Chatham Township saved $1,805.
Monday, January 23, 2012
The Morris County Freeholders last year saved municipalities in the county $52,236.50 by picking up the tab to remove deer carcasses from municipal roads. According to Stephen W. Hammond, director of the Morris County Department of Public Works, 2,000 deer carcasses were removed from county and municipal roads last year, 363 more than were picked up in 2010. Of that total, 1,153 carcasses were picked up from municipal roads. The Morris County Board of Freeholders in 2006 implemented a shared services program for the county’s 39 municipalities and assumed the cost of carcass removal when the New Jersey Department of Transportation transferred that responsibility to towns and counties, said Freeholder Gene Feyl, freeholder liaison to the …
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Freezing rain advisory in effect.
Monday morning could pelt Chatham Township and Chatham Borough travelers with a slippery commute, as the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a freezing rain advisory for Morris County through 9 a.m. on Monday. Up to one-tenth of an inch of ice accrual could result areas of hazardous travel along with slippery sidewalks, bridges and overpasses, according to the advisory. Temperatures are expected to be in the mid to upper 20s overnight, slowly rising to above freezing on Monday, according to the NWS. Stay with Patch for the latest information on any delays or schedule changes.