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. As we reach the midpoint of the year, the best stories keep coming.
All stories are listed in alphabetical order of the section table at the top of the site:
ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT:
- Soulfege members came before the Millburn BOE to ask that their club remain independent.
- The Spring band concert brought the magic of the movies to life. The chorus and orchestra concert also showcased the school's young musicians.
- The 25th anniversary of the summer concert series kicked off in Taylor Park with a performance from Street Hassle.
- For parents of autistic children, one showing of Beauty and the Beast at the Paper Mill gave them the opportunity to enjoy a day out at the theater.
- The annual Memorial Day parade returned after a year's absence. Residents had fun up and down the parade route.
- The undefeated fourth-grade Millburn lacrosse team celebrated their season with a team banquet.
- As part of pride month, Millburn Township flew a rainbow flag over town hall for the first time.
- With Fourth of July on the horizon, town residents worked to start the construction of the staging areas.
- Fresh off their world championship, the Millburn VEX Robotics team was honored by the BOE.
- A district-wide survey revealed some interesting findings about students throughout Millburn.
- Millburn Middle School VP Daniel Brundage retired after 17 years in the district.
- Glenwood's Odyssey of the Mind team returned home as champs after winning their division.
- Millburn's Class of 2019 were on their way to college after graduating from high school.
- Millburn Middle School students heard from Jets Center Jonotthan Harrison at their anti-bullying assembly, where the school's upstanders were honored.
- Roy and Doris Serruto were honored by proclamation for all the work they put in during their decades in town.
- The annual empty bowls fundraiser gave residents a chance to chow down on delicious soups for a good cause.
- Millburn Firefighter and policemen were honored by the township committee for their daring Frozen-aided rescue of a young girl from a tree.
POLICE AND FIRE:
- Hartshorn School held officer appreciation day, as local, county and state officers were honored by the children.
- Two Millburn officers were honored by MADD for their efforts in curbing drunk driving.
Tomorrow, July and August...