2020 is a lot of things, but without dispute it has truly been the year that our young people have stepped up to lead. In July, a local group called […]
The restriction does not apply to religious services or political gatherings, or weddings, funerals, or memorial services. Those events are also limited to 25 percent of a room’s capacity, or no more than 100 people.
Montclairians have been receiving supicious seeds in boxes marked jewelry, from China.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday that New Jersey is retightening the restriction on indoor gatherings, with exceptions for weddings, funerals and religious and political events. Until further notice, indoor gatherings […]
Back in September 2019, Montclair Design Week made public its plan for events in October 2020, months before anyone knew there would a coronavirus pandemic. Then March 2020 began the […]
Montclair Public Library and the Montclair Literary Festival Present Christina Baker Kline: “The Exiles” Registration: Will open in mid August Admission: $11 (can be used toward the purchase of “The […]
BLOOMFIELD, NJ — In a continued effort to honor and preserve the historic character of Bloomfield, the Mayor, Town Council and Historic Preservation Commission are beginning a survey of historic […]
When COVID-19 hit, Hannah Giordano pivoted and started donating her money from friendship bracelets she makes to good causes.
Montclair Schools is considering outdoor learning – weather permitting – and will be checking temperatures of every student who walks through the door, Schools Superintendent Dr. Jonathan Ponds announced in […]
The proposed plan involves dividing students into two groups, known as Mounties and Bulldogs, with the two groups alternating in-person two days a week, with remote learning the rest of the week. Families can also opt for all-remote learning without withdrawing their children from the district.