Immaculate Conception defeated Glen Ridge, 30-6
Montclair police blotter for May 3 through May 10.
Judy Beck says Erik D’Amato’s criticism of teachers ‘in the twilight of their careers’ had no business singling out Dan Gill.
Andrea Cohen says agrees with the LWV that an elected board doesn’t represent voters better.
Bertha Marie Debnam Brown
Montclair’s Historic Preservation has denied a couple’s request to demolish their Union Street home, which has become ridden with asbestos and red-tagged by the township as uninhabitable.
The Montclair High School Gymnastics team is aiming to win but more than anything they are enjoying getting to see and socialize with friends in person.
By DAVID WASMUTH For Montclair Local Sly and cunning are two common descriptors. It has even given us the term “outfox.” It’s hard to think of another animal so associated […]
Montclair trash and recycling collection has been suspended for Monday, Feb. 1 and Tuesday, Feb. 2 because of this week’s anticipated snowstorm.
In this week’s History & Heritage column, Molly Hone discusses a picture of readers in the Main Library’s garden from 1935.
At the skate park, at home, in parks and on trails, Montclairians are finding “free-form” sports help them keep fit and happy.
Maya Gutierrez, 14, wrote her poem ‘Could All This?’, about this time, for a school assignment, as she was about to graduate from Buzz Aldrin Middle Schoo.
Montclair’s swearing-in of its new mayor and council will take place on July 1 as planned.
Students for Justice, an organization made up of NJ students dedicated in fighting for all social justice movements, held a solidarity space and candle lighting at Watchung Plaza on Sunday, June 14.