10 Most Read Millburn-Short Hills Stories
A look back at a few of the stories that caught readers' attention last month on the Millburn-Short Hills Patch.
Millburn Police recently arrested a Bloomfield man, Guy Colavito, 45, for burglary and theft, after asking for help through media outlets last month.
In this week's Board of Education meeting, the board approved hiring part-time aides as a result of the student enrollment preliminary figures. Those numbers showed an unexpected rise in Deerfield Elementary's kindergarten and Hartshorn Elementary's third grade class size.
Seniors welcomed students at freshman Grade Orientation/Open House.
The Millburn Police dispatchers submitted the following to ask residents to attend the Oct. 9 Township Committee meeting to voice their opinions. :
Back to buses, books and bagged lunches for students as summer vacation officially ends for the younger residents of Millburn and Short Hills.
Police have confirmed that last Thursday evening's NJ Transit delay, which affected Millburn commuters, occurred when a Plainfield woman allegedly punched a conductor and pulled the emergency brake of the 5:10p.m. train arriving into Summit from Manhattan.
After a three day teacher orientation last week at the Education Center inside Board of Education building, 25 new teachers and staff joined the district for the 2012-2013 school year.
Eight senior students from Millburn High School were selected as semifinalists in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Competition.
A Brooklyn women was arrested, while with her three children, for attempting to steal $1,099 worth of merchandise from Bloomingdales in the Short Hills Mall, Millburn police said.
Just in time for the start of school, there is a store opening that will help make kids, parents and children's feet happy.