On July 15, the university released a 65-page document outlining how it plans to reopen once the state begins the third stage.
New Jersey has seen increases in daily positive cases, and in transmission and positivity rates, which officials attribute to an increase in house parties, and residents not wearing masks.
MONTCLAIR – On July 30th, The New Jersey Senate unanimously passed S-2635, sponsored by Senator Nia Gill, which includes false incrimination and filing a false police report as a form […]
Name: Jessica Phelan Where do you live? Montclair When did you move there? I moved to Montclair almost 9 years ago. I love Montclair and my location so much that I recently […]
Welcome to Montclair Schools’ Kindergarten families and mark your calendars! The Montclair PTA Council presents: Montclair Public Schools 101- Welcome to Kindergarten on August 12, 2020 at 7pm. Join for […]
United Way officials plan to renovate the building and parking area, with space on the first floor for a community center that is expected to be used primarily by seniors and operated by the township.
It’s August already? How did that happen? Anyway, welcome to another socially distanced summer weekend! We’ve rounded up some fun and family-friendly things to do to help you spend your […]
Trinity Temple Church of God in Christ (115 Greenwood Ave.) will hold a kickoff event for its Emergency Food Drive Program on Saturday, August 8, in the Church’s parking lot […]
The large pool will be dedicated to lap swim, and the small pool will be dedicated to water exercise and special hours for vulnerable members.
Anne “Hope” Crawley (nee Savage), beloved mother and grandmother, died peacefully in her home in Montclair on July 24 after a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease. She was 87. She […]
Dwight Jackson, formerly of Montclair, a loving husband, father, brother and friend, died peacefully on July 4 at home in Pinehurst, N.C., after a 15-year battle with early onset Alzheimer’s […]
James Brunson, a longtime resident of Montclair, died on July 21. He was 101. James was born in Edgefield, S.C., on May 10, 1919, and moved with his parents to […]
Montclair Local’s ‘Letters To The Editor’ section is an open forum for readers to discuss town matters, articles published in Montclair Local, or other letters to the editor. Views expressed […]
by ALIYAH ANDREWS, ISIS AREVALO, MIKEE ELLIS and GENESIS WHITLOCK Special to Montclair Local This piece is part of our “Town Square” opinion essay section. The writers are organizers of […]