Adina Warren, 65, of Montclair died on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Mrs. Warren was born in Manchester, Jamaica. She was the daughter of Earl Fraser and Mariam Burton. She was […]
Montclair Police corrected their blotter to reflect the following: Mr. Xavier Champagne, 31yoa from Los Angeles California was charged with Possession of CDS. (Mr. Champagne did not receive any weapons […]
The Montclair Fund for Educational Excellence (MFEE) will celebrate its 23rd season of Toast to the Teachers between May 28 – June 26. MFEE Toast to the Teachers is a […]
Hartley (Lee) Dodge Bingham Jr., 77 of Cedar Grove, formerly of Montclair, died on Sunday, April 21, 2019 after a lengthy illness. Mr. Bingham was born in Glen Ridge on […]
The Montclair High School and Montclair Kimberley Academy softball teams clashed for the second time this season on Monday, with MHS coming out on top, 8-0.
Montclair Center Stage Series begins this weekend with a music festival on Saturday, May 4, from 12 pm – 8 pm on Lackawanna Plaza. Gelotti Presents The Montclair Center Stage […]
Edward Bindel of Montclair died on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. He was a survivor of the Holocaust when he was a child. Mr. Bindel created the technology firm Mini-Data, and […]
Mary Edith Rock (nee Farnum), formerly of Montclair, died on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at her home in Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs. Rock was born in Virginia on April 14, 1924. […]
The Montclair Planning Board had no new applications to consider at its April 29 meeting. Instead, business centered on going over a report from the board’s Master Plan Subcommittee on […]
Boys tennis teams from both Montclair High School and Montclair Kimberley Academy took part in the Essex County Tournament semifinals on Saturday, April 27.
Vincent Tango, lifelong Montclair resident, passed away on Monday April 29th, 2019. Tango was an artist well known for his “Memories of Montclair” pieces. Tango created iconic images of Montclair, […]
French composers Bizet and Berlioz are featured as well as Hayden, in this final concert of the season, the French Connection, with Hector Berlioz’s “Les Nuits d’eté” (Summer Nights) sung […]
By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.org Parents have launched a petition urging the district to re-think the three hours of study hall planned for Montclair High School’s students when classes move to […]
BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS email@example.com In spite of the developer contending that allowing for left-hand turns in and out of the Lackawanna Plaza supermarket parking lot from Grove Street is […]