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Recap of Sandy, Millburn's Election Results November's Top Stories

Here's the top stories for the month in Millburn.

Short Hills Association Praises Mayor After Sandy

Letter to the Editor: President Eleanor Wallen writes a letter thanking the Millburn Mayor Sandra Haimoff for her efforts following Hurricane Sandy.

Photo Galley of Hurricane Sandy

Share Your Photos of Hurricane Sandy

Two Newcomers Join Millburn School Board

According to early results, Millburn-Short Hills residents appeared to have elected two newcomers, Dr. Rupali Wadhwa and Raymond Wong, along with incumbent Dr. Eric Siegel, to serve on the Millburn Board of Education in Tuesday’s election.

Mayor Brings Power Company Frustrations to Goveror's Office Again

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. 

514 Customers Still Affected by Power Outages

According to Jersey Central Power and Light's website, 514 customers are still in the dark in Millburn. 

Millburn's 2012 Election Results

Tuesday was Election Day in Millburn and Short Hills. The Patch covered all the races on the ballot with Tuesday night's unofficial results...

Mayor Brings Power Company Frustrations to Governor

As the weekend approaches and the temperature drops, Jersey Central Power and Light has left Millburn township in the dark with no answers. 

The following is a complete list of all the video game deals for this Black Friday. Please note that some of the games are digital downloads or online only deals, which will be marked below. These are all confirmed deals for this Black Friday 2012.

Power outage numbers continued to drop slightly across the state Wednesday night after a small increase was seen from morning to noon. According to one utility company, though, residents shouldn't expect power back any time soon from a storm it is comparing to Hurricane Katrina.



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