Get out tomorrow (Saturday) and support local entrepreneurial high school students at the Sweet Roots Produce farm stand in the South End Business District (307 Orange Road). Purchase organic fruits, […]
Name: Tiffany Rolston Montesino Where do you live? Hawthorne, NJ When did you move there? Five years ago Where did you grow up? Paterson, NJ How do you make a […]
With more school districts deciding to choose all-remote learning or hybrid instruction, working parents face child care challenges as the pandemic continues into the fall.
The Historic Preservation Commission has received its first request for demolition of a home since the new “knockdown” law was enacted last year.
In New York, the city’s American Federation of Teachers chapter announced that members would go on strike if they felt the schools were not safe due to COVID-19. As in New Jersey, teachers in New York are prohibited from striking.
Montclair, NJ – Typically, when summer ends, college students pack up and head back to school for the fall. This summer has been anything but typical. The COVID-19 pandemic continues […]
Happy weekend! August is almost over, so let’s squeeze the last bit of fun out of it, shall we? We’ve found some activities and things to do that the whole […]
UPDATE: Lezli Baskerville says she will take action regarding Trump administration misappropriating her likeness. Statement below. In a video that appeared Thursday evening during Day 4 of the Republican National […]
Movie theaters in New Jersey are closed for now. The Bellevue will re-open; it is unclear what will hapen to the Clairidge.
Montclair, New Jersey – Politically active moms in Montclair and across the U.S. who reject President Trump’s messages and policies are banding together to deny him a second term. Suburban […]
Belleville, New Jersey – Wawa, Inc. opened its new store this morning, located at 11 South Franklin Avenue, Belleville. Wawa’s newest store is the third in Essex County. The store […]
Montclair, New Jersey -After closing its facilities on March 13 due to COVID-19 safety concerns, the YMCA of Montclair will reopen its Park Street Branch to its members at 25% […]
DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, It’s late August in this news-filled summer, so how about a silly change of pace for one week? I have just the thing: a column containing made-up origins […]
s to the Editor: Aug. 27