Virginia “Jeannie” DiGeronimo Cosgrove turned 100 on Friday, February 12th. And although she now lives with her daughter Jeanny Race, at Race Farm in Blairstown, she celebrated her big day […]
The director of Senior Services/Lifelong Montclair for Montclair Township is moving on.
Montclair Councilor-At-Large Peter Yacobellis will host his first virtual Town Hall since taking office On March 17th at 7 p.m. All Montclair residents are invited to attend and ask questions. […]
Stage stars Belinda Allyn and Matt Doyle join an NJSO string quartet for an at-home performance of “Tonight” from West Side Story on March 2 at 7 pm. The performance […]
William H. Connolly Jr.
A nonprofit farm in Cedar Grove, N.J., is making it easy for area residents to help the monarch butterfly, an important pollinator whose existence is threatened by loss of habitat […]
Montclair, N.J. – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (“NJEDA”) announced a major boost to struggling Montclair restaurants through the infusion of $663,750.00 in funds to purchase meals that will […]
The school system says it’s looking to protect student safety, but several parents say they’re worried about their children’s privacy.
Otto Salamon, who as a young boy endured the Holocaust with his family, told Montclair High School students about his experiences.
Name: Anthony Lauro Where do you live? Fairfield, NJ. I moved there three years ago after 12 years in Little Falls. Where did you grow up? Brooklyn, NY How do […]
Rev. Betty Jane Bailey
Montclair, NJ – The Mayor and Township Council invite income-eligible Montclair homeowners to apply for the Township’s new home improvement program. Income-eligible homeowners can receive up to $24,000 in home […]
As Montclair High School fencing wraps up another successful season, and coach Donovan Holtz gives a lot of credit for that to the seniors.
Montclair, N.J. Here we are at the end of February! Did it fly by or drag on – or can you even tell anymore? Either way, the weekend is here, […]