Friday, May 11, 2012
Semi-annual downtown sale gathered residents, officials, kids in advance of Mothers' Day.
Ladies Night Out Thursday brought together more people than just local business owners. Officials and residents gathered in towntown Chatham Borough to enjoy sales, free gifts and refreshments. Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris cut the ribbon opening the event outside TM Ward at 6 p.m. Thursday, and Council Member Len Resto was in attendance. The owners of Quartet used the event to celebrate their one-year anniversary as a downtown business. Local Girl Scout troops used the event to earn badges and sell gifts for Mothers' Day. Since Lori Ann Medico, owner of Bliss Clothing and Accessories, started the concept in 2009, the event has grown to nearly a dozen downtown businesses, including: Add your photos and share your Ladies Night Out …
Monday, May 7, 2012
Semi-annual local shopping night makes a return.
Chatham Borough's spring Ladies Night Out is here again, just in time for your spring and summer shopping. Lori Ann Medico, owner of Bliss Clothing and Accessories, started the concept of Ladies Night Out in 2009 to help bolster small businesses in Chatham. Since then, other citizens and business owners have gotten involved with Ladies Shopping Night. Thursday's event will include: Stores will keep their doors open late Thursday to accommodate shoppers. Many will also provide store discounts, free gifts, new merchandise and refreshments Participating stores will display a flier for Ladies Night Out, visible in the gallery above and to the right, in their storefronts. The event starts at 6 p.m. with a ribbon cutting in front of Bliss …
Saturday, April 14, 2012
The funds will help the restaurant owners recover from a recent fire.
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Saturday, April 14, 2012
Tony Britt and Lori Ann Medico presented the owners of Angie's Luncheonette with a check for $4,000 to help cover expenses from a fire in February. Britt said 54 donors raised the money to help Jimmy and Louise Poulimenos cover expenses incurred after a fire destroyed part of the restaurant on Sunday, Feb. 26. Britt said donations came from as far away as Massachusetts. Many were from more local sources, including Morristown and Florham Park. Medico, the owner of Bliss Clothing and Accessories in downtown Chatham, and Councilman Len Resto presented the check to Louise on Friday. Resto, Britt said, was "an integral member of the team who made this happen." "It was a nice thing to do and you can see how thrilled and touched Louise is," Britt…