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:
BUSINESS AND FINANCE:
- Squirrel and the Bee announced the closing of their physical storefront.
- Orangetheory fitness opened up shop in the downtown district.
- Fourth of July brought the festivities. Residents enjoyed the festival in the evening, and long-time resident Billy Pollack was given the 2019 Patriot Award.
- That Science Show gave kids a firsthand look at the principles of physics in a fun way.
- National Night Out brought the community together with their local first responders.
- The MSHDC held their annual Indian Independence Day celebration at the Bauer Center.
- Meet the Merchants was held for the first time, bringing members of the business and residential community together.
- The Ed Foundation hosted a meet-and-greet for new parents and kids in the district to meet friends.
- Millburn Students were honored for their work on a NASA program app.
- Right before the start of school, teachers were welcomed back with a clap-in.
- Millburn student Ranen Miao was honored with the young heroes award for his work in town.
- The St. Jude Teen Warriors got the spotlight at a township meeting.
- The library turf field project began to come into sight with the passage of a funding ordinance.
- The Millburn Environmental Commission put forth the first plan for a plastic bag resolution.
POLICE AND FIRE: