By ERIN ROLL email@example.com For sixty students at Edgemont School, helping to save the Earth is serious business, from encouraging families not to use pesticides on their lawns, to urging […]
The second annual Friends of Anderson Park short story contest for Middle School students (500 to 2,500 words) is open now through Feb. 15.
Reading to little ones is as good for the reader as it is for the children, writes Merrill Silver about reading at the MCPK.
What other local stories of the year would you have included?
Bloomfield police are in search of two men believed to have robbed a husband and wife waiting for the bus at gunpoint. The victims were waiting for a bus at […]
In his latest “Gardening for Life,” Jose German, founder of the Northeast Earth Coalition, discusses what people can do to fight climate change.
Barbara Ann Mather, formerly of Montclair, passed away in the early morning on Dec. 20 in the Green Hill Nursing Home after a prolonged battle with Alzheimer’s. Barbara was born […]
Marie Barton (nee Pasqua), 65, of Little Egg Harbor, formerly of Bloomfield and Montclair, passed away on Friday, Dec. 27. Marie worked as an insurance agent for Hillman and Harrison […]
Spencer George Vespole, 29, passed away on Friday, Dec. 13, less than a year after being diagnosed with cancer. He was surrounded by his family and loved ones. Spencer will […]
Cecelia “Sally” Murphy, a former longtime resident of Montclair, died in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. on Dec. 14 at the age of 89. A resident of Montclair since 1968, she […]
Roger Sedarat, an Iranian-American poet, and director Kevin Delaney (“Pee-Wee’s Playhouse”) created stereotype-skewering “The Haji Show.”
Clerestory Fine Art presents “A Fish Cannot Drown in Water: The Inner Life of the Artist” featuring prints, paintings, and sculpture by Sybil Archibald. This will be the first solo […]
“Disappearing Earth” by Julia Phillips, MHS graduate 2006, is listed first in the New York Times’ Ten Best Books of the Year.
Larry Kagans “Impossible Shadows” continues at the Montclair Art Museum through Jan. 5. The sculptures mix steel and light.