MILLBURN, NJ - Marc Werner, a third-grader in South Mountain School in Millburn, was the winner of a Kindle Fire in the South Mountain School's summer reading sweepstakes. His name was pulled by Mr. Wolfe on Monday during the first "Good Morning South Mountain" broadcast of the year.
Millburn's South Mountain School Summer Reading Sweepstakes Winner Announced
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By TAPINTO MILLBURN/SHORT HILLS STAFFDecember 5, 2016
WEST ORANGE, NJ - The Millburn High School ice hockey team has opened its season with a victory and a tie.
On the heels of a 2-1 victory over Livingston on opening night on Friday, the Millers skated to a 3-3 tie with Nutley on Monday night. Alex Stupp scored two goals for Millburn, which held a 3-1 lead early in the third period before Nutley rallied to tie the contest.
Charles Palmer also ...
SHORT HILLS, NJ - Deerfield students took the stage and dazzled the audience with songs celebrating the holiday season in all its diversity on Friday evening. Though sunny and pleasant outside, art teacher Michele White and the fourth-grade art club transformed the stage into a winter wonderland.
Music teacher Courtney Nelson produced the show and worked with the children to create the ...
EAST HANOVER, NJ - The Millburn varsity bowling team pulled down another win taking out Seton Hall Prep 7-0. Unfortunately, the JV team had an opposite day with a 0-7 loss to Seton Hall.
Varsity Team's highlights from today's match:
Senior Lauren Potechin bowled a high game of 264, a 3-game series of 671, and a 223 average.
Senior Michael Neiman with an injured ...
LOS ANGELES, CA- “And though the course may change sometimes, rivers always reach the sea” – Led Zepplin, Ten Years Gone
After years of changing his course, living in NJ, Boston, Brooklyn, and Charleston, all while singing in small local bars, at open mic nights, and working as a bartender to make ends meet, Randolph NJ’s Brendan Fletcher always believed ...
MILLBURN, NJ - Everywhere you look, adult coloring books are packing the shelves rapidly replacing cartoon characters with intricate swirls waiting for the calm stroke of a well-sharpened colored pencil or crayon. The adult coloring craze already swept Europe and is taking hold across the US and has now come to Millburn. On the first Tuesday of every month, the Millburn Free Public Library holds ...
ORANGE, NJ – Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray and Orange Police Director Todd Warren announced today that Stevenson Valentin, age 28, of Maplewood has been charged and arrested in connection with the murders of Marcus Milien, age 1 and Morlens Milice, age 21; and the shooting of two others which occurred on November 3, 2016 on Cleveland Avenue in the City of Orange, New ...
MILLBURN, NJ - A family favorite for generations, as a child this recipe seemed to involve an entire afternoon of mixing, coloring, pushing through the cookie press, baking, and decorating.
As it is with many other experiences from childhood, the reality as an adult is a bit different: these cookies are actually very simple and easy to make. With today’s unique product ...
MILLBURN, NJ - The holidays are a time for traditions and spreading the joy of the season, and the Millburn Free Public Library is doing just that hosting a Holiday Cookie Swap on Monday, December 12, from 1-2pm in the auditorium. This event allows community members a chance to give and receive delicious treats and enjoy sharing recipes with others. Whether its a treasured family favorite or ...
WEST ORANGE, NJ - The Millburn ice hockey team opened the season with a statement win against archrival Livingston on Friday night at Codey Arena. Livingston has dominated the heated rivalry winning 9 of the last 11 meetings against the Millers. The Millers entered the game with a chip on their shoulder after being swept by the Lancers in last year’s season series, including a devastating ...
MILLBURN, NJ - I know that student stress, homework, over scheduling are on the minds of many parents. I do want you to know that these issues have been on our minds also, and we are working to address these concerns in our schools.
During the last few years these topics have been a focus of the Strategic Plan Student Implementation Team chaired by High School English Department Chair Jessica ...