This week’s open house column is sponsored by Kate McDonough. There are around 20 properties in Baristaville for open house spelunking this holiday weekend. 926 Bloomfield Avenue 5G, Glen Ridge […]
The Montclair Kimberley Academy field hockey team had a successful 2018, but are looking for their upperclassmen to help them take a huge step forward.
Happy, about a year old, is friendly, but a little shy initially. He weighs about 60 pounds and knows some basic commands. Happy is playful and sweet. Because he doesn’t […]
Name: Laura Fortgang Where do you live? Verona When did you move there? 1995 Where did you grow up? New Providence, NJ (after six years in Venezuela as an ex-pat) How do you […]
The “Houses of Worship” series spotlights local religious organizations. General information about the church is below. If you have religion news you think we should spotlight, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. By DEBORAH […]
Happy Labor Day Weekend! It’s the unofficial end of summer, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to end. Check out these family-friendly events happening in our area! On Friday […]
By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.org A Montclair High School math teacher has filed a lawsuit against the school, another math teacher and the district, alleging that she was subjected to harassment […]
Montclair Kimberley Academy’s girls soccer has a new coach, but will depend on some returning talent to make a run in the 2019 season.
DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, Today’s topics include too much upscale development and the Montclair Republican Club’s depressing plan to possibly commission a pro-gun mural. Care to proceed alphabetically by discussing “development” before […]
The Montclair High School field hockey team lost two close overtime games to end last season, but this year have the talent to go all the way.
Gregory Charles Smith, 77, of Montclair died on Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Born in Kearny, the son of the late Charles Smith and Frances Rainey Brown, he lived in Montclair […]
The Montclair Art Museum application came before the Montclair Planning Board Monday site plan approval regarding changes to enhance the museum’s grounds. Major changes include the construction of a reflecting […]
Nathan Parker is the third interim superintendent in 14 years in a school district aiming for stability in leadership and with a need to address racial disparities in student achievement gaps.
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