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Rides, games, ponies, Rev War reenactors firing a cannon, breathtaking fireworks, food, and so much more will fill Millburn's Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration.
A 1939 Item letter writer reprimanded the town for Millburn's feeble July Fourth celebration without fireworks.
The October 18, 1896 edition of the New York Times carried an article about a commemorative “bowlder” to be installed in the Millburn-Short Hills area…but where is it now?
Take a historical tour through the southern part of town
The Millburn-Short Hills Girl Scouts will be honored for their decades of patriotism and service to the community.
Learn how DNA testing can be used to shed light on the paternal and maternal branches of your family tree.
The First Spring Tea and Tag Sale will help offset costs of repairs after Irene.
The St. Stephen's Church Spring Tea and Tag Sale needs donations - and shoppers - to help finally retire the last of the heavy debt from the 2011 flood from Irene.
The Millburn-Short Hills Historical Society will join St. Stephen's Church in a Spring Tea and Tag Sale to raise money to support the church's repairs from Hurricane Irene flood.
Township Committee to honor long-time volunteer with Community Service Award at Tuesday's meeting.
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