Top 10 Millburn-Short Hills Stories of 2012
Here's the most read stories on your Patch over the year.
One week after Hurricane Sandy, Millburn township has no set date for full power restoration. With a Nor'easter predicted this Wednesday, the townships brings its complaints to the state
As the weekend approaches and the temperature drops, Jersey Central Power and Light has left Millburn township in the dark with no answers
A Millburn teenager was in critical condition Thursday after she was struck by the car of a couple rushing their baby to the hospital, police said.
Millburn police arrested Thomas Tedesco, 66, of Millburn, Wednesday on charges of attempted murder, possession of unlawful weapons and criminal restraint.
In this year's New Jersey Monthly Magazine's list of top public high schools, Millburn fell from its place at number one, for the first time since 2008, to number eight.
With no new contract for 15 months and with negotiations seemingly stalled over three words, teachers this week began "working to rule,” meaning they come in and leave according to contract and don't do anything they're not required to do.
Businesses closed, students sweltered and some residents fumed as power went on and off -- and in some cases stayed off -- for the second day.
The Box Car Bar & Grill will begin opening next week, owners say, first with coffee and continental breakfast served inside the Short Hills Train Station waiting room.
New Jersey public school districts have been paying to bus parochial and private school students for years.
Paul Ryan, the Republican party vice presidential nominee, is attending a reception at a Millburn-Short Hills residence Saturday afternoon.