Talia (she/her) is the education reporter for Montclair Local and is always looking for ways to view stories through a solutions journalism lens. She has spent time in newsrooms of all sizes and scopes. From National Public Radio in Washington D.C. to Transitions Online in Prague, Talia has written around the world and across topic areas. She has written stories about indigenous language revitalization in Alaska, social justice marches on Washington, and land use in Charlottesville, VA. Most recently, she worked for Public Herald, a nonprofit investigative news organization covering fracking in the United States.
At rally in Montclair after Supreme Court leak: ‘Hell no, Roe won’t go’
New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy joins protest to demand continued protections for abortion rights.
With lawsuit filed, changes to Montclair’s demolition rules may have to wait
The same application that prompted the lawsuit has Montclair's Historic Preservation Commission eying changes.
Fundraiser for Project Oasis to expand curriculum and participation
The effort is a collaboration between the Montclair Neighborhood Development Corporation and Councilman Peter Yacobellis.
Man exposed himself to Montclair resident, police say
An unknown man followed a Montclair resident into his Maple Avenue apartment Monday building and exposed himself, police said. On Monday, April 25, a resident reported that he was walking to his apartment on Maple Avenue from Bloomfield Avenue when he noticed he was being followed by an unknown person, police said. ...
Montclair businesses: We’re ready for the NJ plastic bag ban
Paper bags will also be barred in large grocers
Montclair animal control officer hangs out window to rescue dog
3-year-old, rescue pit bull mix Tobie has a habit of escaping.
Montclair League of Women Voters hosted Eagle Rock cleanup Saturday
The event was arranged in partnership with the Essex County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs, the New Jersey Sierra Club and the Eagle Rock Conservancy.
Happy birthday, London! Montclair baby saved by EMT one year ago
Atlantic Health paramedic Mike Manchester resuscitated the baby, born at just 23 weeks.
Plan to promote native plants on Montclair property moves ahead
The act would mandate 70% of plantings on public property be native to the mid Atlantic and northeast regions.
Montclair schools hire acting administrator, mum on where Cipriano has gone
Paul Roth will serve in the position at a rate of $825 per day.