Viktoria (she/her) is a summer news intern with the Montclair Local. She is a rising junior at Boston University in the Kilachand Honors College and College of Communications studying journalism with a minor in sociology. On campus, Viktoria works for the student radio news station, lifestyle magazine, and daily newspaper among other activities. A north Jersey native, she has spent a lot of time in and around Montclair and is excited to be apart of the town's local journalism scene. Email: email@example.com
CNN anchor Zain Asher tells her family’s story
Asher, a Montclair resident, shares her story of tragedy and triumph.
Montclair schools to provide all students access to laptops
A federal grant will help bridge the technology gap for Montclair school district students.
$5K reward offered in Montclair’s illegal fox trapping case
The identity of the individual who left an illegal trap that led to the euthanizing of a fox is not yet known.
Montclair and Essex County residents mobilize after overturning of Roe v. Wade
Residents take to the street and Spiotta park to show their support for abortion rights.
New book tells the tale of Montclair’s Watchung Deli
Jeanne and Robert Johannsen's book recounts the history and stories about the Watchung Delicatessen, owned by their family from 1978 to 2015.
Court ruling on abortion draws swift reaction in Montclair and beyond
Demonstrators gather to protest the decision; officials urge legislation to protect rights.
Fox dies after getting caught in illegal trap in Montclair
On Tuesday, Montclair Police and Animal Control officers responded to a caller who reported to see a fox stuck in an animal trap.
DeCamp raising bus service rates July 5
Most routes will increase in price by about 11%.
‘Ukrainian Roots: Art From the Diaspora’ at the Montclair library
The exhibit was unveiled on June 1 and will be on view at the library until June 30.
Legendary Glenfield teacher Dan Gill’s life lesson on racism, ‘No more chairs,’ gets book deal
“When Mr. Gill told his story, it was like complete silence in the audience,” Pitch-a-Palooza organizer Arielle Eckstut said. “People had a very emotional response to the story.”