A bond proposal and a promise – Montclair’s pools will open on time
“Any work is happening after Labor Day,” Fourth Ward Councilor David Cummings said. “The pools will be open this summer.”
After five and a half years, Montclair council grants final approval for ADUs
Accessory dwelling units can be between 300 and 800 square feet under the new ordinance.
Despite Montclair council’s vote, ambiguity surrounds Stafford’s future
The Faulkner Act ensures Stafford three months of pay, a period that began with the preliminary resolution passed early Wednesday morning.
Pursuing a license to grow cannabis in Montclair — one hurdle cleared, more ahead
The Planning Board give its approval. Township Council is the next stop.
Montclair Council takes first step toward ousting township manager
Township Manager Timothy Stafford has been given notice that he is subject to removal in 30 days.
Shelter from the cold provided by Montclair Emergency Services for Hope
In the frigid cold, the St. Mark's United Methodist Church will provide the service from 7 a.m. to p.m. each day.
Montclair Center BID endorses Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment plan
“This is the single most significant opportunity for economic development that exists in Montclair,” the Montclair Center BID has concluded.
Suspect arrested in Temple Ner Tamid attack
Stitching together video evidence and a photo of a license plate, law enforcement officials have arrested a 26-year-old man and charged him in the attack on Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey on Wednesday night, Feb. 1. ...
Montclair Planning Board spells out objections to Lackawanna Plaza plan
Historic Preservation Commission and Housing Commission also pass resolutions
$10,000 reward offered in attack on synagogue
"While I have certainly been hearing from congregants who are concerned and angry, said Bnai Keshet Rabbi Elliott Tepperman, “the most common response I have heard is one of resilience and solidarity."