A Montclair liquor license, which recently changed hands, is now considered the highest transaction amount in the history of the township by local officials. According to Juliet Lee, deputy municipal […]
The Montclair Township Council’s August 28 meeting started out more like a Planning Board meeting than a council meeting. Residents approached the council in public comment to express their concerns […]
by Andrew Garda firstname.lastname@example.org The Montclair Kimberley Academy Cougars football team went through a rough patch during the 2017 season, notching just a pair of wins over the course of […]
by Andrew Garda email@example.com When the Immaculate Conception Lions finished their 2017 football season with a 3-7 record, Head Coach Ryan Horan said the key to an improved 2018 was […]
by Andrew Garda firstname.lastname@example.org At the beginning of every Montclair High School football game, the Mounties band plays the National Anthem. If an observer takes their eyes off the flag […]
by Andrew Garda email@example.com High school coaches tend to also be teachers, especially in Montclair. Across the Montclair High School sports landscape, you will find coaches who work at many […]
by Andrew Garda firstname.lastname@example.org Expectations are always sky-high for the Montclair High School football team, but after a perfect season and a North 1, Group 5 championship, the bar has […]
When Pig and Prince opened six years ago in Montclair, the restaurant, taking over the space of an old Hollywood Video store in the long neglected Lackawanna Station terminal building, […]
New plans for Lackawanna Plaza include a larger supermarket and more repurposing of the train platform columns, but less parking.
A 16-year-old Montclair female was walking on the sidewalk on Hawthorne Place when she observed a male in a dark colored 4-door sedan beeping at her. The vehicle then pulled […]
School of Rock Montclair students Max Munoz and Jackson Richmond were chosen to be part of a national School of Rock AllStars tour that included performances in late July and […]
Check-ups, vaccines and diet are on the back-to-school curriculum.
The Township of Montclair requires that all cat owners annually license their cats through the Township Department of Health and Human Services. If you have previously licensed your cat, the […]
The Montclair Planning Board slogged through another meeting devoted to the supermarket application for Lackawanna Plaza, but attendance at the meeting was light. (Fourth Ward Councilor Renée Baskerville was among […]