Week in Review: Where the Class of 2012 is Attending in the Fall, Millburn's Animal Control, Mayors From Task Force
Here's what you may have missed this week...
After being closed for almost a year and then vowing to open in April or May, Tinga, a Mexican restaurant with branches in Montclair and Westfield may finally reopen next week, one of the restaurant’s owners said.
Here's a list of all the colleges, the high school has released, where the students from class of 2012 are attending and how many to each. Except for a few who are still undecided.
Edline will be available Friday, Aug. 17, for parents of incoming first through fifth grade students for class and teacher placements in September.
Patch recently sat down with Joe Bielski, who took over in Millburn this year as an animal control officer after taking a course at Kean University.
The Paper Mill Playhouse recently announced a wide array of adult classes and performance opportunities that will begin the second week of September.
The Mayors Council Rahway River Watershed Flood Control has established a task force to work with the US Army Corps of Engineers on the next project evaluation on its agenda, which involves the improvements proposed for Lenape Park.
Millburn's Heath Department has determined a large number of dead birds in town last week were not the result of the deadly West Nile virus, but were probably caused by the recent heat wave.
The Millburn 11- and 12-year-old league team entered the Ridge Independence Day Baseball Tournament in a strong position.
Millburn High School Architecture 2 and 3 classes presented their term work to a group of professional and distinguished local architects in June.
The Board of Education offices, at 434 Millburn Ave., have announced its summer hours. The offices will be open during the summer from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.