SHORT HILLS, NJ - Students of the Rabbi Barry H. Greene Early Childhood Center at Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, Short Hills, now can see their artwork, in tile form, mounted on a wall of the lower level of the Temple facility. The tiles are each labeled with the “artist’s” name.
Tile Wall Unveiled at Temple B’nai Jeshurun
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By TAPINTO MILLBURN/SHORT HILLS STAFFSeptember 30, 2016
NEWARK, NJ - After a scoreless regulation, Benji Prashker scored the only goal to give Millburn a 1-0 boys soccer victory over Central High School of Newark Thursday.
Kyle Speckhart and Andrew Clark split time in goal for Millburn, with Speckhart making two saves and Clark one. Millburn is 5-2-1, with time off now until Thursday, Oct. 6.
The Millburn/Short Hills Community Help One Another in Wake of Hoboken Train Crash; Residents Volunteer Child Care and Transportation Assistance
SHORT HILLS, NJ – By now many already know of the NJ Transit train that crashed into the Hoboken terminal at approximately 8:45 a.m. on Thursday morning. First responders weren’t the only ones helping, average citizens who were on the platform that day also rushed to help where they could, according to news reports. 15 miles away in Millburn Township, volunteers also wanted to ...
Construction Continues on Millburn Ave., Concrete to be Poured On South Side of Millburn Ave. on Monday
MILLBURN, NJ – Now that the major construction on Main St. is complete and the former sidewalks on the south side of Millburn Ave. have been demolished, contractors will begin building new sidewalks beginning next week.
Additionally, lighting conduits on Millburn Ave. will be prepared and granite sections on Main St. will be set, at which time roadway striping will ...
MILLBURN, NJ – Millburn High School students live a demanding life. As one of America’s highest rank schools, students here are expected to not only to excel in the classroom but also on the athletic field, in the arts and beyond. Competition for grades and entrance into select colleges are on the minds of many of 1,500 students that attend what Newsweek Magazine in 2015 ...
SOMERVILLE, NJ – Fed up with the status quo, state Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli (R-16th), a Hillsborough resident who has made no secret of his desire to be the next governor of New Jersey, will make it official next Tuesday, Oct. 4 when he announces his candidacy for the GOP nomination at Manville High School.
A successful entrepreneur and small business owner with a strong track record ...
Maplecrest Ford Lincoln and Operation Rebound: Working Together to Help Veterans and First Responders
UNION, NJ – Operation Rebound and Maplecrest Ford Lincoln have partnered together before, but the recent bike relay ride to Walter Reed Medical Center was special.
Operation Rebound NJ Racing Team is a premier sports and fitness program for American military personnel, veterans and first responders with physical challenges. It provides unparalleled opportunities to pursue ...
NEWARK, NJ – A resolution authorizing the County of Essex to enter active and retired employees into the State Health Benefits Plan to be effective Jan. 1, 2017, was affirmed by the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders board meeting at the Hall of Records on Wednesday, Sept. 28.
According to the board, this unprecedented decision was made with more than 3,000 Essex County employees ...
HOBOKEN, NJ – New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said the NJ Transit commuter train that crashed into the Hoboken terminal, killing a person on the platform and injuring another 108, “came in too fast.”
The commuter train on the Pascak Valley Line from Spring Valley, New York, entered the Hoboken Terminal at 8:45 a.m. Thursday, crashing through a concrete stop, sending at least ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ - The MHS Girls Tennis Team, while still celebrating their victories over Golda Och, Columbia, Livingston, and Newark Academy in the finals en route to their fourth consecutive Essex County Tournament, met Newark Academy for the second time this season. But this time the Lady Minutemen had a chip on their shoulder, seeking revenge.
The team had not been tested throughout the ...
CHATHAM, NJ. - Police and fire responded to Chatham High School for a reported "smoking backpack" in a classroom on 9:26 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 29.
When police officers arrived, they found the backpack outside the building near the auditorium. School officials indicated the backpack had been removed from a second floor classroom and placed outside by a maintenance worker. All ...