- This Day in History: March 21st, 1907
Little Milltown is to have the biggest boom in its history.
- This Day in History: December 22nd, 1920
BANK ROBBERS GET LIMIT SENTENCE WITHIN FEW HOURS AFTER CAPTURE AT MILLTOWN
- This Day in History: December 21st, 1920
“Sailor” Voorhees Is Captured With Watson In Daring Attempt to Rob Milltown Bank; Knocked Unconscious by Bullet; Two Escape
- This Day in History: December 1st, 1920
$50,000 WILL BE GIVEN OUT IN XMAS FUND MILLTOWN, Dec. 1 – In a few days Milltown’s big banking establishment, the First National Bank, will distribute to over two thousand customers a Christmas fund of about $50,000 which speaks well for the increased business the banks did in 1920. The local institution has been building
- This Day in History: November 24th, 1920
…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.
- This Day in History: November 22, 1913
An ordinance regarding the widening of Riva avenue, from Main to Clay street was introduced passed on the first reading.
- This Day in History: November 4th, 1915
Following closely upon the conviction of Porter Charlton, an American who was tried in Italy for murder, comes the announcement in the form of a communication to Prosecutor Florance that Luigi Aquino, alias Louis Quinn, charged with the murder of Mrs. Tessie Kuberry, at Milltown on July 25, 1913…
- August 2022: Milltown’s Iconic Landmark Water Tower and Smokestack to be Demolished!
Milltown’s Iconic Landmark Water Tower and Smokestack to be Demolished
- This Day in History: August 9th, 1916
Joseph Auer, 15 years of age, of this place was arranged before Justice of the Peace Joseph Headley last night…
- This Day in History: July 21st, 1918
This tribute of Milltown to her departed soldiers is one that cannot help but appeal to everyone as being a fine expression of the sentiments of the “home folks.” It is an act that will be appreciated and remembered by these men who have offered their all to their country. The sign seems to say, just as plainly as if the words were written on it in huge letters: “These are men from Milltown who have gone to fight for us; we are proud of them and are standing back of them to the limit.”