Coverage of local, statewide, and national politics.
DiVincenzo wins 6th term as Essex County executive
DiVincenzo's last term was largely dedicated to responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sherrill, Payne easily win reelection to House seats
Payne's Republican opponent, David Pinckney, was not very visible on the campaign trail.
Montclair residents head to the polls for 2022 Election Day
Polls will be open in Montclair until 8 p.m.
At last, good news for our long-suffering town (On the Other Hand)
Montclair, I have great news! Finally, after suffering through a long series of administrative failures, intragovernment conflicts, missed opportunities, crumbling infrastructure (I’m looking at you, Edgemont Park footbridge) and general mismanagement of everything from schools to pools, we can experience a collective moment of joy, a sigh of relief, a small but important respite from that sinking
Fear and resolve across generations as demonstrators hold abortion rights rally in Montclair
Demonstrators cheered as they passed the Planned Parenthood-Montclair Health Center.
Glen Ridge fire services contract lays bare Montclair Council split
Council members accused others of withholding vital data and out-and-out lying.
NJ buys old rail line for linear park that will touch Montclair
The Greenway will transform a piece of Montclair — though small. Proposals have the new park extending only about 500 feet into the town.
Montclair’s Brendan Gill to head county panel on gun violence
Essex County Commissioner President Wayne L. Richardson appointed Brendan W. Gill chairman of the new Anti-Gun Violence Committee.
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.