A celebration of sister cities: Montclair gets its ‘Aquilonia Way’ (PHOTOS)
Montclair and Aquilonia have been sister cities since 2017.
Montclair gets spooked out for Halloween (PHOTOS)
Montclair is looking really spooky these days as residents get into the spirit of Halloween and decorate their homes with ghosts, goblins, monsters, jack-o’-lanterns and more.
With awareness, comes hope at S.O.F.I.A vigil in Crane Park (Photos)
Group holds annual Candlelight Vigil for Domestic Violence Awareness
A first look at the newly renovated Clairidge Cinemas in the heart of Montclair
The heart of the renovation, done by new managers Montclair Film, is the lobby and concession area.
Montclair Brewery hosted fundraiser event to help Walnut Street neighbors recover after September 1 flooding
The funds will be given to Montclair Mutual Aid and will be distributed to the neighborhood
Montclair schools are back full-time for first time since March 2020
The road to the first day of school was a long one, made bumpier when Ida overwhelmed much of Montclair with floods that damaged multiple school buildings.
As Montclair reels from Ida’s mess, ‘this has brought everyone together’
Updates Thursday in the aftermath of floods that drowned Montclair streets from Ida.
National Night Out returns to Montclair (PHOTOS)
The event is designed to build relationships between first responders and the communities they serve.
At Out Montclair’s first 21+ event, ‘Montclair seems to be catching up’
By KATE ALBRIGHT and LOUIS C. HOCHMAN firstname.lastname@example.org It was just over two months ago when Peter Yacobellis — Montclair’s first openly gay elected official — announced the creation of “Out Montclair,” a new group to provide support, encouragement and celebration for the LGBTQ and allied community in and around town, as well as public education events. And mid-way through Out M... Read
All Montclair public school graduations at Woodman Field, masks required
"This is an exciting time and we are grateful for every step that brings us closer to a more normal school environment," Superintendent Jonathan Ponds wrote.