Funds will offset playground projects included in bond referendum work.
Don’t miss the world premiere of Two Elizas, coming to Luna Stage for a two-week run, May 4-14. Written and performed by Jenny Mercein, Two Elizas explores the true story […]
Portraits by Michael Stahl will be holding its first-ever “Cool Cats of Essex County” portrait sessions on June 3rd, 2023,. These sessions, modeled after the studio’s long-running “Dog Day of […]
The Seal of Biliteracy is an official recognition from the state Department of Education.
Montclair, NJ – Three Montclair sixth graders and one eighth grader have won the fifth annual Friends of Anderson Park Short Story Contest. The winners are Rose Wiseman of Renaissance […]
Rhyme and rhythm help make her points.
Name: Carissa Borraggine Where do you live? Montclair Heights section of Clifton. But I’m a Montclairion at heart – I lived there for about 25 yrs, before moving to Clifton. When […]
“I’m on the autism spectrum and would love to share my autism journey,” John Levai writes.
“We are all custodians of this place we call home, and every expression of what home means counts,” Councilor Peter Yacobellis writes.
Montclair, NJ – Eight months after a lawsuit accused Township Manager Timothy Stafford of creating a hostile work environment for women, the Montclair Township Council took a dramatic and rare […]
Ready for the weekend? It’s time for some family-friendly fun! Check out these local activities everyone can enjoy. Seton Hall Theatre presents Disney’s Freaky Friday at SOPAC (One SOPAC Way, […]
Buzz Aldrin Middle School is currently participating in the initiative.
It’s a milestone for Genuine Grow, which is owned by Andrew Marshall, a Montclair High School graduate.
“While I understand the need to merge with Baristanet, I am sorry that we will be losing the physical newspaper,” Lisa Wisniewski writes.