s to the Editor: Aug. 20
Montclair’s Lackawanna Plaza has been without a supermarket since November 2015. Lidl, the German supermarket chain that was selected for the Lackawanna Plaza site, has announced the opening of 50 […]
The Montclair School District has chosen to start the school year remotely, in large part because of ventilation issues in the schools.
The tuition is $1,075 a month for the five-day program ending at 3:15 p.m., and $1,295 a month for the program ending at 5:45 p.m. Both programs start at 7:45 a.m. Financial assistance will be available for families who require it.
Introducing 9 Glen Rock Road, located at Reservoir Ridge — a unique community of free-standing homes located near Mills Reservation and minutes from Upper Montclair shops, Montclair State University, NYC-bound […]
Your guide to the latest social distance events to enjoy from the comfort and safety of your home.
A look at what the right to vote means to women, in Montclair and elsewhere, as the 19th Amendment making women’s suffrage law turns 100.
After being shut down due to the pandemic in March, gyms will be permitted to reopen at 25 percent capacity. Equipment must be positioned six feet apart, and regularly sanitized. Both staff and members will be required to wear masks.
Today is National Dog Day and a lot of you have a special reason to celebrate. Families who already have dogs know just how much joy it has been to […]
BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Bloomfield Health Department is setting up additional free testing for residents. After all of this Thursday’s testing slots filled up, the township decided to schedule another testing […]
BLOOMFIELD, NJ — A socially distanced walk from Watsessing Park to the Bloomfield Public Library is set to take place on Tuesday, September 1 at 4:30pm. Everyone that completes the […]
Police arrived at the restaurant on Bloomfield Avenue at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 23, after receiving a noise complaint. When officers arrived, they saw three indoor tables occupied by at least 15 people, Police Capt. Scott Buehler said.
Montclair has been ordered to turn over its list of residents’ email addresses and cellphone numbers to a committee of petitioners that is seeking to get a public question on the ballot to repeal the rent-control ordinance passed by the Township Council in April.
Police are investigating three robberies that took place in the area of Bloomfield Avenue on Aug. 24.