Tickets for Nelson’s Catering Carry Out Chicken Dinner Fundraiser for Tammi Kuhn will be for sale at the Glenwood High School Home-coming football game Friday, Oct. 18.
The Ball-Chatham Board of Education held its regular meeting for September last Thursday at the District Office, with all board members and Supt. Dr. Doug Wood in attendance.
It took a long time to get there, but when a vote was finally taken, the Chatham Village Board passed an ordinance on Tuesday night to prohibit cannabis business establishments inside Village limits.
Communities across the state of Illinois are having discussions about the possible sale of recreational marijuana, which becomes legal in this state on Jan. 1, 2020.
Join us for an evening in support of Tammi Kuhn on Saturday, Sept. 28 from 5-9 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Lake Club, located at 141 N Lakewood Drive in Chatham.
Titan Fuel, a supplemental food program for students K-12 in the Ball-Chatham School District, will host an informational meeting for potential volunteers Monday, Sept. 9, at 6 p.m. at the Chatham Area Public Library.
he Ball-Chatham Board of Education held its regular meeting for August last Thursday at the District Office. All board members and Supt. Dr. Doug Wood were in attendance.
The Chatham Village Board held both a brief regular meeting and committee of the whole affair Tuesday night at Municipal Hall. Mayor Dave Kimsey and all trustees except Brett Gerger were in attendance. The proceedings lasted one hour and 45 minutes.
The Chatham Police Department will be offering BASSET (Beverage Alcohol Servers and Sellers Education and Training Program) training Wednesday, Sept. 4, from 6-10 p.m. at the Village Hall, 117 E. Mulberry St.
The Ball-Chatham Board of Education held its regular meeting for June last Thursday at the District Office. All board members except Susan Worley were in attendance.
Members of the Chatham American Legion Color Guard led off last Saturday’s Homecoming Parade. From the left: Greg Harris (Weapon), Les Morgan (American Flag), Rose Connolly (POW/MIA Flag), Dave Rogers (American Legion), Matt Mau (Sons of Legion) and Dan Smith (Weapon).
he Village of Chatham will now officially contract out for yard waste and leaf collection and disposal, along with limb and branch pick-up, after two separate resolutions were approved at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
The Chatham Village Board held a regular meeting Tuesday night at Municipal Hall, with Mayor Dave Kimsey and all trustees except Brett Gerger in attendance.
Chatham American Legion Post 759 and Chatham VFW Post 4763 will host Memorial Day services Monday, May 27, at 10 a.m. at the Chatham Veterans Memorial “On the Square” in Veterans Memorial Park.
The Chatham Village Board held both a regular meeting and Committee of the Whole affair Tuesday night at Municipal Hall. All trustees were present, with Mayor Dave Kimsey out of town.
There was a changing of the guard at last Thursday’s Ball-Chatham Board of Education meeting, as the board said goodbye to three outgoing members, including four-year president Steve Copp, and hello to three newly-elected members.
The Village of Chatham is currently accepting nominations for the annual Volunteer of the Year Award, with the recipient receiving the honorary naming of Volunteer Drive, the road that winds through Community Park.
The Village of Chatham will receive sealed Request for Proposals for yard waste and leaf collection services; as well as limb and branch collection services until Friday, May 24, at 1 p.m. at the Village Hall, 117 E. Mulberry.
Village of Chatham officials will now seek a Request for Proposal (RFP) for branch pick-up, leaf bag pick-up and village-wide clean-up services following a special meeting that was held last week at Municipal Hall.
Fourth grade students and their teachers from all three Ball-Chatham elementary schools will be planting seeds and seedlings to begin restoring approximately 10 acres of land located adjacent to Ball Elementary School to its original habitat.
The Village of Chatham is poised to end its leaf bag and branch pick-up policies soon, leaving those responsibilities and costs up to each individual resident.
The deadline is noon on April 26 for Memorial Brick applications to be turned in. This will allow enough time for the bricks to get engraved and laid in time for Memorial Day.
Glenwood High School’s very own Titan Fever experienced the opportunity of a lifetime, competing in Show Choir Nationals March 21-23 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Glenwood High School’s Titan Fever Show Choir brought home a host of awards from the 2019 Show Choir Nationals, held March 21-23 at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
Voters will head to the polls Tuesday, April 2, for a local election that includes candidates for Village of Chatham trustee and the Ball-Chatham Board of Education, along with candidates for the Chatham Area Public Library District Board of Trustees and an annexation question for residents …
Pickleball courts are coming to Community Park, after Village of Chatham trustees approved a contract with All Weather Courts of Dawson at Tuesday’s village board meeting.
Secretary of State Jesse White, in cooperation with the Chatham Senior Center, is offering a Rules of the Road Review Course for all citizens in the Chatham area. The course is free to anyone who wishes to attend.
The Chatham Village Board held both a regular meeting and committee of the whole affair Tuesday night at Municipal Hall, with the proceedings lasting one hour and 40 minutes before the board went into closed session to discuss collective negotiations. Trustee Paul Scherschel was absent.
The Ball-Chatham Board of Education, and the Ball-Chatham Education Association (BCEA) announced on Tuesday night that a tentative agreement has been reached on a new three-year collective bargaining agreement.
On March 1-2, Glenwood’s very own Titan Fever will be hosting what some have predicted to be one of the hardest High School Show Choir competitions of the season, ‘The Event.’
Glenwood High School’s Titan Fever Show Choir and T-Funk Combo will host the seventh annual Show Choir competition, ‘The Event,’ March 1-2 at GHS.
On Saturday, Jan. 19, members of Glenwood High School’s Show Choir, Titan Fever, received word of a rare change in schedule. They were, in fact, going to Mt. Zion’s competition.
Village of Chatham trustees started off a new year of meetings in style Tuesday night, with a regular board meeting and committee of the whole affair lasting a total of three hours.