Essex County has six facilities opening up. For Montclair residents, the vaccine is being offered at the former Kmart building on Prospect Avenue in West Orange.
We learned the news today that a longtime friend to Baristanet on Twitter, Bill Nigh, died earlier this month. Nigh had amassed close to 25,000 followers on Twitter and was […]
Montclair business owners shared how they were caught unprepared for the announcement that the Midtown Parking Lot on Glenridge Avenue behind the businesses would be closing on January 4. According […]
Businesses on Bloomfield Avenue worry about the loss of parking spaces caused by construction of the new decks.
DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, It was an ultra-depressing year because of the pandemic, but it’s December 31 and thus time for you to do a 2020 retrospective. One Q&A for each month. […]
A look back at the biggest local stories of 2020 brought to you by Baristanet.
Your guide to the latest social distance events to enjoy in the last days of 2020 and the first of 2021.
When Montclair announced on December 24th that it would be closing the Midtown Parking Lot on January 4, the news, coming on Christmas Eve, was like The Grinch Who Stole […]
Interstate sports competitions are still prohibited, since interstate travel for sports has been deemed to be a risk factor for spreading COVID-19. And attendance is limited to those who are directly involved in the game – players, coaches, referees and support staff – and no more than 10 spectators.
A look back on 2020.
The Montclair Fire Department responded to two fires in a 12 hour time span, according to Deputy Chief Robert Duncan, one on Portland Place and the other on Mountain Terrace. […]
Both fires are under investigation as of Tuesday, Dec. 29, Montclair Deputy Fire Chief Robert Duncan said.
By ERIN ROLL email@example.com The Montclair Public Library had a difficult financial year in 2020, with its budget $530,000 less than what it had hoped for, according to library data. […]
From 1988 through 2011, Montclairians celebrated First Night with story, song, dance, and fireworks, recalls Mike Farrelly in the latest ‘History and Heritage.’