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 STAFFOctober 24, 2016
MILLBURN, NJ - The Millburn football team lost to Morris Knolls on Friday night, 35-6.
Shashank Ravindranith put up the Millers' only points on a 5-yard rushing TD.
The Millers are back in action at home on Friday, Oct. 28 against Belleville.
FLORHAM PARK, NJ- The Summit Elks will once again be holding their holiday season fundraiser “Adopt A Vet For Christmas”. All of the proceeds will go directly into supporting the veterans of the Lyons Veteran’s Hospital.
According to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, between 11% and 20% of all Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom veterans ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made a visit to New Providence October 19, speaking in a town hall-style meeting at the DeCorso Center regarding on his proposed change to school funding, entitled the “Fairness Formula for Equal School Funding and Property Tax Relief.”
The formula advocated by Christie calls for every school ...
WEST ORANGE, NJ - Sixth-seeded Millburn broke a scoreless deadlock in the second half for a 1-0 boys soccer victory over third-seeded West Orange Saturday afternoon in the quarterfinal round of the Essex County Tournament.
Drew Cohn gave the Millers the lead on a goal with an assist from Benji Prashker on the rainy, blustery day. Perry Schwartz made four saves in goal for Millburn ...
Straight Talk: Investment Banker Candace Straight Talks about Women on Wall Street and Her New Movie EQUITY. This is Not Your Average Chick Flick
UNION, NJ - Women from all walks of life joined together to hear Candace Straight give an insider’s view on the making of the recently released movie, Equity and learn from her years of experience as a businesswoman, leader, and entrepreneur on Wednesday, October 19. The meeting, held at Maplecrest Ford Lincoln of Union, was a collaboration between Mustang Sally’s Now, B.I.G.
SUMMIT, NJ - Tucked away in a secluded courtyard, under the open sky, between two Medical Arts Center buildings at Overlook Medical Center is a sukkah.
To some it may look like a square tent with an odd roof and a picnic table inside, but it is much more. The sukkah is a visible symbol of the importance the medical center and its staff place on honoring the diversity of all who come to the ...
MILLBURN, NJ - Millburn/Short Hills community members joined local teen Rebecca Dranikoff, 12, in New York City on Saturday, October 15th for the Scope It Out 5k Run/Walk. The event hosted by The Colon Cancer Alliance raises funds and awareness to help win the fight against colon cancer.
Dranikoff lost her mother Joanna Dranikoff on March 4, 2016, and formed her team in her memory. A ...
MILLBURN, NJ - During the month of October, we join school districts around the state in focusing on character, respect, conflict resolution, good choices and appropriate behavior as we hold our annual Week of Respect, School Violence Awareness Week and Red Ribbon Week.
While, of course, we emphasize character year-round, these “commemorative weeks” give us the ...
WEST WINDSOR, NJ - The Millburn varsity girls tennis team won its 11th consecutive state title when it claimed the NJSIAA Group 3 state championship on Thursday in Mercer County Park. Millburn has won nine Group 3 crowns and two Group 2 titles since 2005.
Millburn defeated Northern Highlands, 5-0, in the final, which was highlighted by Sydney Zirlin's 6-1, 4-6, 10-3 victory over Sarah ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ - Lily Mynott scored two goals and had two assists to lead a balanced attack in the Millburn field hockey team's 7-1 victory over Livingston on Thursday.
Lauren Dresner and Helen Liu each netted one goal and had two assists for Millburn, which led, 3-0, at the half. Maura Herbertson finished with one goal and one assist.
Holly Graziano and Ally McGrath scored a goal ...