Woman Killed by Train, Issues with New Parent Committee and Paper Mill Opens Restaurant: Month in Review
Here's the top stories in Millburn-Short Hills during January.
NJ Transit officials said the woman was hit by a Dover-bound train Saturday night.
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.
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.
Springfield woman charged with 10 different counts of possession, driving without a license and driving under the influence on Tuesday afternoon in Wendy's parking lot in Short Hills.
Police drove 56-year-old William Clark to Maplewood border to catch NJ Transit bus after being denied rides a at Main Street bus stop and Millburn Train Station.
Millburn-Short Hills Special Education Committee executive board writes a letter to the editor in response to the Millburn School District's recent actions.
Michael Meyer, 30, of Springfield, was arrested for shoplifting from Millburn's ShopRite.
The Carriage House is now open at Millburn's playhouse Wednesday through Sunday.
Dr. Rupali Wadhwa and Raymond Wong and incumbent Dr. Eric Siegel also took their oaths of office.