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Top 10 Millburn-Short Hills Stories this Past Month

A look back at a few of the stories that caught readers' attention last month on the Millburn-Short Hills Patch.

In the latest New Jersey Monthly ranking of high schools, Millburn dropped to number eight in rank due to class size.

An SUV hit a 30-year-old Maplewood resident and drives away.

Residents and the township engineer raised concerns of traffic safety, after representatives from Springfield presented the proposed building and landscaping plans for the Stop & Shop on Millburn Avenue.

Tim Gordon discusses his role in town, what's in store for Millburn and a little bit about himself.

Millburn Police is asking for the town's help in identifying this alleged burglar.

Millburn Police issued summonses to the driver of an SUV that hit a 30-year-old Maplewood resident last week.

The town's dispatchers say they have been told two months ago Livingston will take over dispatching, though the town has yet to formally vote on the matter.

The president of the Millburn PBA wrote a letter to Chief Gregory Weber

In a weekend house fire, a resident made it out safely but a firefighter was injured.

Members of the Board of Education comment on the ranking of Millburn's High School by publications at Monday's meeting.

 

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