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/Short Hills. The list starts in the first two months of the year.
All stories are listed in alphabetical order of the section table at the top of the site:
- The Millburn/Short Hills Chinese Association celebrated the Lunar New Year Festival at Millburn High School.
- In the special selection process to fill two vacant Millburn board seats, Sonali Ganti and John Westfall-Kwong were both tapped to fill the positions. They were sworn in later in January.
- Milburn High School student Ranen Miao was selected to join the United States Senate Youth Program.
- Students at Millburn High School designed kiosks to help seniors swipe out for lunch.
- Deerfield Elementary Schoolers celebrated Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday with a day of service.
- The Maddox siblings also ran a shoe donation drive for third-world countries.
- At the annual Millburn Township re-organization meeting, Diane Thall-Eglow was worn in as Mayor, while Tara Prupis began her term.
- The committee also announced the formation of separate arts and traffic safety committees.
- Congressman Tom Malinowski stopped into Millburn to hear from his constituents.
POLICE AND FIRE:
- Millburn Police worked quickly to subdue a suspect in an assault at Oscar's Deli.
Tomorrow; March and April