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Join the Millburn Police Department in participating in "No Shave November." Every year, Millburn police officers grow goatees and collect donations to support their chosen charity. This year, the officers have chosen Down the Block as their targeted
The Board of Education approved the appointment of Peter Letchko at the Sept. 9 meeting. The registrar's salary will be $45,000 per year and he will start on Oct. 1. The topic of non-residents enrolling in township public schools became part of the
The suspect, 42-year-old Shawn Custis, was apprehended in New York City by members of the FBI's Violent Crimes Task Force, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office and detectives from the Millburn Police Department exactly one week after surveillance
Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Housing and Civil Enforcement and the United States Attorney's Office, District of New Jersey are seeking information about the actions taken by township officials regarding the proposed development of
This is the first hearing to be held for the case since zoning board member Roger Manshel resigned from the board in February. The Item of Millburn and Short Hills previously reported that Stop & Shop's applicant, ARC Springfield, LLC wanted a full
In 2012, 201 deer were removed from county roadways, down from 233 in 2011 and 303 from 2007, according to statistics from the Essex County Public Information Office. Kennedy Parkway had the second highest number of deer carcasses removed from it in
A Millburn Police vehicle is parked in front of the Millburn Music Center Friday afternoon while police investigate the death of a single person inside. Millburn police were called to the Millburn Music Center at 358 Millburn Ave. shortly after 3 p.m.
The annual ecumenical Thanksgiving service will be held Wednesday, Nov. 21, from 5 to 6 p.m. at Congregation B'nai Israel, 160 Millburn Ave., and is open to residents of all faiths...According to Rabbi Steven Bayar of B'nai Israel, this year's event
I want to express my admiration and thanks to Dr. James Crisfield, Superintendent of Schools, who has sent out a stream of uplifting, we're-all-in-this-together emails full of news, not only about the schools but about voting. My family has been
Haimoff said that following last year's devastation caused by Tropical Storm Irene and the October snowstorm, she was promised that the township would have a permanent liaison with Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) in the event of a similar storm.