Four Cars Robbed, MSPEC's Concerns and Superintendent's Response This Week in Review
Here's what you might have missed this week in Millburn-Short Hills.
Millburn Board of Education presented the first draft of 2013-2014 school budget.
South Mountain Elementary hosts Third Annual auction night in South Orange school.
Highly-renowned speaker Edward M. Hallowell, M.D join the organizations in Short Hills on Feb. 7.
Early outbreak of the flu has caused the two townships with a shared health department to run out of vaccines.
Superintendent Dr. James Crisfield writes a letter to the editor in response to MSPEC's comments in the most recent board meeting.
West Orange, Livingston, Cranford and Scotch Plains residents had their cars broken into in Short Hills last Friday.
FlyWheel Millburn hosted Memories Ride, a spin/cycle fundraiser to support the non-profit organization Memories Live on Sunday, Jan. 13.
Millburn-Short Hills Special Education Committee executive board writes a letter to the editor in response to the Millburn School District's recent actions.
Millburn Resident and a vice president of Community Services of the National Council of Jewish Women in Livingston, Essex County Section, writes Patch seeking continued abortion rights support, not complacency.
Caring Kids Community Outreach Programs present "Interactive Storytime" this Saturday.
Millburn district will have school on Martin Luther King Jr. Day while the Spring Break schedule is still pending.
Millburn Township Kindergarten Registration will be held between Jan. 28 and Feb. 8, 2013
Millburn Animal Control will be conducting a door to door census.
John W. Lanza, of Caldwell, to discuss his book "Shot Down Over Italy-A True Story of Courage and Survival in Nazi-occupied Italy during World War II".
The formation of a new parents advisory committee for special education throughout the district spurred a strong reaction from Millburn-Short Hills Special Education Committee at Monday night's Board of Education Meeting.
Millburn's Superintendent Dr. James Crisfield comments on the new bill proposed by Democratic Assemblyman Ralph Caputo to install panic buttons in schools; also suggests district option for increased safety.
Millburn's Board of Education President Jeff Waters recognized past board members, Samuel Levy and Mark Zucker, for their service on the board at Monday night's meeting.
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