All indoor youth and adult sports will be suspended starting on Dec. 5, and continuing through Jan. 2, and outdoor gatherings will be reduced further, to 25 people starting on Dec. 7.
Writer-journalist Anisa Mehdi, an Iraqi-American who serves as executive director of Abraham Path Initiative, a walking route on the West Bank, will speak via Zoom at Bnai Keshet’s Kaplan Minyan, […]
All indoor youth and adult organized sports are being placed on a full pause – effective 6:00 a.m. on December 5th through January 2nd, 2021, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday. […]
Leave the leaves, and reflect on your garden, and plans, as the fall season goes into winter, writes Jose German in “Gardening for Life.”
Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the past few days? Researchers are investigating a potential treatment for people recently diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2 who have no or mild symptoms Rutgers […]
Morristown, New Jersey – Now through May 2, 2021, the Morris Museum will present an exhibition of works by contemporary tapestry artist Jon Eric Riis (b. 1945, United States). Active […]
Montclair State University has made changes to its spring 2021 calendar in response to the second wave of the pandemic. The changes include moving the spring semester’s start date to […]
Mayor Sean Spiller has appointed a COVID-19 Recovery Task Force composed of residents and representatives of small businesses and nonprofits, as a kind of think tank to analyze pandemic-related issues in Montclair and come up with solutions.
Montclair native Susan Glasser and husband Peter Baker appeared at Open Book/Open MInd in November to talk about their new book.
The proposed Essex-Hudson Greenway project, a plan to convert unused railroad track along the Old Boonton like to a continuous 11-mile long, 100-ft wide outdoor recreation space that would span […]
The Salvation Army Montclair Red Kettle Kick-Off kicked off its 130th season of giving in front of Coldwell-Banker Realty on Bellevue Avenue today, Nov. 28.
Buzz Aldrin Middle School house leaders held the annual Thanksgiving drive on Tuesday, Nov. 24, with this year’s need even greater due to the pandemic.
The Montclair Kimberley Academy girls soccer team fell short in the NJSIAA North East Group F Non-Public finals but had a great 2020 season.