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. In the heat of summer, the news kept rolling.
All stories are listed in alphabetical order of the section table at the top of the site:
ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT:
- The Millburn millwheels festival kicked off September in Taylor Park.
- Millburn High School prepared to put on She Kills Monsters for the fall drama.
BUSINESS AND FINANCE:
- Several new businesses opened up in town, including F45 Training and Natalie's School of Performing Arts.
- Coach Carmen Guarino's memory was honored at halftime of the season opener football game.
- The MSHCA celebrated their annual Moon festival, and transferred power to the next president in the process.
- The Millburn Library Turf Field went from pipe dream to reality as groundbreaking commenced.
- Millburn Troop 17 Eagle Scouts were recognized at their Fall Court of Honor.
- Washington School students kicked off a year-long author residency with his in-person visit.
- WNBC4 meteorologists came to the Millburn school district to show Deerfield students an inside look at their job.
- Leonard Blessing, a 99-year-old former Millburn teacher sat down to talk about his life.
- The Friedrichsen family once again went before the BOE to ask for their son's inclusion on the wrestling team.
- Millburn students collected donations for Hurricane Dorian victims.
- Peter Liu unveiled the donation plaque bearing his late wife's name in the high school.
- Millburn residents turned up in droves to voice their concerns over the Woodland Road settlement.
- Troop 19 was honored for their trailblazing efforts in gender equality for the scouts.
RELIGIONS AND SPIRITUALITY:
- St. Rose of Lima received a new pastor from the archdiocese.
- Millburn's Indian community celebrated Navaratri and Diwali.