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Auction marks the final call for Rascals club
Auction marks the final call for Rascals club
By LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlocal.news In this case, it was everything and the kitchen sinks, plural. At the former Rascals Comedy Club on Wednesday hundreds of items were auctioned off, including dozens of chairs, high-top tables and bar stools; boxes of dishes and glassware; a number of large tufted black leather couches; shimmery gold crocodile-print banquettes; a podium; a 10-burner stove with
Dog in Montclair bite-incident passes quarantine
Dog in Montclair bite-incident passes quarantine
BY LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlocal.news A dog that bit a man outside Raymond’s restaurant has completed a 10-day quarantine and showed no signs of rabies, Township Communications Director Katya Wowk said Wednesday. The dog, which officials said was a Labrador-retriever mix — not a pit bull, as the police report of the incident originally described it — under state law had to be quarantined after th
Council OKs $2.4 million in spending, with $350,000 for parking decks
Council OKs $2.4 million in spending, with $350,000 for parking decks
By LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlocal.news In a lightning-quick meeting on Tuesday night, the Township Council approved more than $2.37 million in spending on nearly a half-dozen projects, including $350,000 to make repairs and improvements to the municipal parking decks and lots as well as $256,000 to reconstruct the Rand Park tennis courts...
Residents circulate petition against Redeemer expansion
Residents circulate petition against Redeemer expansion
By LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlocal.news Residents who live near Redeemer Church of Montclair have gathered roughly 30 signatures on a petition opposing the house of worship’s plan to build a two-story addition. At least one of those people, Dana Morgan, was at the Township Zoning Board of Adjustment’s meeting on Wednesday to voice his concerns about Redeemer Church’s proposal. But the board po ...
Montclair Syrian refugee resettlement moves forward
Montclair Syrian refugee resettlement moves forward
By LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlocal.news So far one of them has a job at a popular local restaurant, but the clock is ticking for two Syrian immigrants who arrived in Montclair in June to find permanent housing. Alsayed Abbas, 30, and Abd Al Rahman Ajlooni, 35, were brought to the United States under the auspices of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark and St ...

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