By Jaimie Julia Winters firstname.lastname@example.org Montclair’s Code Enforcement Supervisor and firefighter Mike Reed is on the scene helping out Burlington and Ocean counties fire departments battle the blaze that spread […]
Nominations for the 2019 Preservation Awards are now open and will be accepted through April 30. Go to the township website to download a nomination form. Awards are presented in […]
Montclair has been designated a New Jersey “Healthy Town” by the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute.
Four Montclair Pop Warner Bulldogs cheerleaders were selected to the Pop Warner Eastern Region All-Academic scholar team for maintaining a 97 percent or better GPA in the classroom while performing […]
Join The Historical Society of Bloomfield, NJ (HSOB) for a three-mile hike conducted by Bloomfield Councilman Rich Rockwell and Ron Rice. Explore the path of the Morris Canal through Bloomfield […]
This week’s open house column is sponsored by Kate McDonough. More than 70 open houses in the greater Baristaville area are available this Sunday for your viewing pleasure. Today’s menu […]
Montclair Early Music, along with the American Recorder Association, is sponsoring a contest open to all recorder players who attend third grade in Essex County schools.
Spring is here, but the last frost date is on May 5. In the meantime, here’s your gardening to-do list, writes Jose German in “Gardening for Life.”
Last week, we wrote that the Montclair Mayor and Council may vote at its April meeting to ban single-use plastic bags from all businesses, a move that would require merchants […]
This weekend shop local at Just Jersey, located at 179 Glenridge Avenue, to join the fight against hunger. The event commemorates the partnership between Just Jersey and Food for Thoughts […]
Over the last several years, an explosion of girl-centered literature, both non-fiction and fiction, has brought women’s history and stories focused on girls to book shelves and libraries and classrooms. […]
By STEVEN DESALVO For Montclair Local In Montclair Eats, food writer Steven DeSalvo compares dishes at Montclair restaurants. DeSalvo has a degree in hospitality business management from the University of […]
Ira Fuchs’ new play ‘Vilna,’ tells a powerful story of people caught up in the tragic occupation of the once vibrant city.
The concert version of “Runaways,” performed by DREAM VTC on March 30, will be followed by a sleep out, to build awareness for homeless teens..