MILLBURN, NJ — As the calendar year comes to a close, it's time to take a look back at all the best stories from the past year in Millburn. The annual recap comes in for a landing in the final installment of the series.
All stories are listed in alphabetical order of the section table at the top of the site:
ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT:
- She Kills Monsters came to life on the stage of Millburn High School.
BUSINESS AND FINANCE:
- Oxford Jewelers reopened after the August fire that left them without a building.
- A new hemp store opened up in downtown Millburn.
- Troop 19 marched in the New York City Veteran's Day Parade.
- Winter Walk in Taylor Park kicked off the holiday season.
- Millburn's Dani van Roon was the first female across the line for the second straight year at the Run for the Red 5K.
- Students at Wyoming School videochatted with a class from Ghana.
- The Millburn BOE said its thanks to departing members John Westfall-Kwong and Emily Jaffe.
- Voters went to the polls to decide the township committee and BOE races.
- In honor of Carmen Guarino, a charity flag football tournament was held over Thanksgiving weekend.
- Caring Kids hosted their annual gift-wrapping drive for those less fortunate.
- Jamie Serruto spoke with TAPinto about the elction process before being sworn in.
- The township committee thanked outgoing member Sam Levy for all his work.
POLICE AND FIRE:
- Three new firemen joined the ranks fo the Millburn Fire Department.
- Four new policemen were also sworn in as well.
RELIGIONS AND SPIRITUALITY:
- For the third year in a row, Millburn commemorated the first night of Hanukkah with a menorah lighting.