The bus company said that monthly ridership had dropped by 20%.
“Threats against Muslim Americans are up,” the senator said. “Threats against Sikh Americans are up. Threats against Black Americans are up. Threats against Asian Americans are up. But the number one religious group, who have seen the highest increase of hate crimes, is the Jewish community.”
“We’ve built a strong, sustainable foundation for our future,” Mayor Sean Spiller said.
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 […]
More than two thirds of public schools reported that too few candidates were applying for open positions at their schools, according to the U.S. Education Department.
Montclair was still under a state of emergency on Sunday evening and prohibiting all non-essential use of water.
The Greenway will transform a piece of Montclair — though small. Proposals have the new park extending only about 500 feet into the town.
Outdoor dining is extended for two more years.
Gov. Phil Murphy visits East Side Mags in Montclair.
In order to be protected from evictions, renters will now have to certify their income and the effects of COVID-19 on that income with the state.
New Jersey and Essex County has the infrastructure to get Montclairians the vaccine, but supply from the federal government is an issue.
“Understanding everyone’s desire to get vaccinated as soon as possible, we understand people are anxious,” Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said.
As of Jan. 13, a total of 264,681 vaccine doses had been administered, including 236,503 first doses and 28,045 second doses. The total is expected to go up “exponentially” over the next week, Murphy said.
Also: The state is dropping graduation assessment tests this year.