Nestled in the Heart of Middlesex County, New Jersey
A Community of only 1.60 square miles full of cultural assets and regional history.
“That Milltown Has Been Progressive is Shown by Its Steady Advance During the Past Century”
– The Daily Home News
Sunday, March 4, 1917
Take a step out out on to Historic Main street in MIlltown, NJ for a self guided walking tour of the town. You will be sure to discover something new and insightful to the past.
Numerous sites within the Borough of Milltown are cultural assets, be it the former Michelin Site, Fire Department buildings, old Borough Hall, Nationally recognized Raritan River Rail Road or Russel Playing Card Company, these places put into perspective our built environment.
Let us help connect you to the History and tools available to learn more about “The greatest little town in all the land”.
Milltown’s Iconic Landmark Water Tower and Smokestack to be Demolished
…pointing out the amount of drunkenness in Milltown, the bold and open sales of liquor, the playing of poker, shooting of craps and the like.
An ordinance regarding the widening of Riva avenue, from Main to Clay street was introduced passed on the first reading.
Two boys from Berdine’s Corner were brought before Justice of the Peace J. A. Headley…