New Jersey has administered 724,371 vaccinations statewide as of mid-morning Friday – an increase of 43,770 from yesterday. “We’ve now put more shots in arms than we’ve had total confirmed […]
Stickers from the white supremacy group Patriot Front have appeared again in Montclair, causing concern among residents.
The South Orange/Maplewood Community Coalition on Race, SOMA Action Racial Justice Committee, and SOMA Justice will partner to bring Black History to life through a virtual presentation and conversation with […]
Happy weekend! Let’s have some fun as we bid farewell to January! Whether you want to get outside into nature, stay in for some virtual fun, or try out some […]
Project CS Girls was founded in 2013 by Pooja Chandrasekhar, who at the time was a sophomore in high school, to encourage more middle-school and high school girls to take an interest in computer science.
DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, Montclair’s 11 public school buildings met via Zoom to discuss whether they should reopen for families who want that. Can those brick-and-cement structures now ask you some questions, […]
Writer Keith Hefner says as a landlord, he wanted maximum profit — but is glad rent control tempered him.
Writer Mike O’Connell says police “have been painted with a broad brush as being trigger-happy racists by agenda-driven political activists.”
Writer Grange Rutan Habermann says the police have always been there for her, and Montclair.
Writer Ted Graham says in this tough, acrimonious time, Montclair needs to come together.
Your guide to the latest social distance events to enjoy this weekend.
The Montclair High School fencing team is young in places, but determined and faced a tough test against Millburn in their first match of the season.
‘We have put Melania to rest” … and without ever hearing from the real First Lady.
There is always something unexpected, and if you are watching, you will probably be pleasantly surprised.