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-Short Hills organization, Residents for Traffic Safety, write a letter to the editor on their stance against a new supermarket in a recap of their latest forum.
A 65-year-old Chatham man was arrested on Nov. 23 in Short Hills after attempting to leave the scene of multiple accidents at the mall, Millburn police said.
"Home is where you start from," T.S. Eliot wrote — and a new video sponsored by the township government boasts Millburn is one of the greatest places to start.
The short documentary, now available online at the township's new 'landing page,'MillburnUSA.com, highlights everyday life of Millburn residents from commuting on NJ Transit to school events, such as the Strawberry Festivals.
Millburn crime rose 217 incidents last year from the previous year, according to the 2011 Uniform Crime Report released on Friday.
The New Jersey State Police reported statewide criminal reports rose 3-percent from 2010 to 2011.
Although New Jersey residents shelled out $1.3 million more to President Obama's re-election campaign, Short Hills supported former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with more than $500,000 in contributions, according to a new interactive map released.
Tomorrow will be a difficult day. Just like after 9/11, when we welcomed children back to school, who had friends and neighbors who had suffered a tragic loss, we will once again be taking special care of your children.
More than 50 Deerfield parents filled the new middle school auditorium to discuss concerns over an overcrowded elementary school at Monday's Millburn Board of Education meeting.