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Montclair officials may sever relationship with Russian sister city of Cherepovets
Cherepovets it’s one of four Montclair sister cities around the globe. The move comes amid Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
For residents of Bloomfield Avenue’s William Hughes building, ordeal of Ida isn’t over yet
The condo association had to pay more than $173,000 out of pocket to repair damages and make the building livable again.
In Montclair, a night outside to help youth experiencing homelessness
Funds will support Covenant House NJ services
Our Lady of Mount Carmel’s parishioners want the church to restore Sunday Mass
Archdiocese says low attendance and financial strains are the main reasons for the current schedule
Montclair council endorses NJ reparations task force
The Montclair Township Council has approved a resolution endorsing the “New Jersey Reparations Task Force” bill, which if passed will create a committee to conduct research and develop recommendations to address the generational harms caused by New Jersey’s role in slavery and its legacy of systemic racial discrimination.
Montclair-based Girls in Gear gives young female cyclists a space to thrive
The eight-week program focuses on a mix of emotional development, bike maintenance and riding skills.
For many in Montclair, Ash Wednesday and Lent will be in person once again
2020's services were just before the pandemic hit. In 2021, not every congregation or congregant was ready to return (and some still aren't).
Montclair’s Annette Strickland honored as an advocate for equity
She was praised by Essex County commissioners for her leadership in the community.
‘2 Moms No Fluff’ — A Montclair mom’s podcast on raising kids with disabilities
Alma Schneider and cohost Iris Mehler share personal stories, hoping to change society’s perceptions
Resources for NJ synagogues to guard against violent antisemitism
Congregations can apply for grants and trainings