A group of about 30 Montclairians took to the streets Tuesday, June 30, to protest what one of the neighbors called an act of racial bias by a white neighbor against a Black family.
UPDATE: July 2: Montclair Police sent this update statement previously released by Deputy Chief Wilhelm Young: On June 29, 2020 at approximately 12:23 PM, police responded to a dispute between […]
Bikers and skaters gatthered on Sunday, June 28, for a loop around Montclair in the Peaceful Ride Out for Black Lives.
In order for the district to address the institutional racism that exists in our town, we must include as many voices and perspectives of black individuals as possible. There is so much that still needs to be said, so I wish everyone reading the love and liberation needed to hear us and fight alongside us.
Rachel Wyman, of Montclair Bread Company, started #MBCbakealong to ease anxiety. The coconut cake challenged raised money to fight racism, too.
The week in Montclair crime from Captain Scott Buehler, Montclair Police Dept. Thefts June 24, 2020 (Hillside School): The caller reports that his bicycle was stolen from the area near […]
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From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter, a Community Conversation featuring a panel of educators and racial justice activists, hosted by Restorative Justice Montclair (RJM), will take place via Zoom on Tuesday, June 30 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Lily Vakili wrote “We Got Dreams” before COVID-19 hit, but after hearing her daughter say “Just normal would have been great,” the band changed the video to include images of graduating seniors.
Montclair Schools have released the district’s COVID-19 Parent Survey results, along with a message from outgoing interim Superintendent Dr. Nathan Parker. More than half of parents surveyed said they would […]
For the first time in 100 years, Montclair has had to cancel its 4th of July parade, as well as the community picnic. If you’ve never seen the parade or […]
The Bellevue Montclair is launching The Bellevue Virtual Cinema and “John Lewis: Good Trouble” is the first film it will be playing. From then to now, John Lewis has been […]
Gov. Phil Murphy put the re-opening of indoor dining on pause indefinitely Monday.
Plans to allow indoor dining to resume with reduced capacity in New Jersey’s restaurants Thursday will not happen. “We had planned to loosen restrictions this week. However, after COVID-19 spikes […]