Joanne Kornoelje says as climate changes, more storms like Ida will happen, and Montclair needs to be ready.
Building houses Mesob, Shade Store, Ani Ramen and condos.
Because Essex County has been included in a major disaster declaration for Ida, residents can register for relief at disasterassistance.gov.
About 140 businesses have listings so far. Organizers expect that to grow quickly.
“Rocky Horror” will be a monthly event.
FEMA aid available, fundraiser now supporting nonprofits, new directory looks to boost businesses
By ANDREW GARDA firstname.lastname@example.org Tom Hall wasn’t sure what he would find when he walked into the Montclair Film offices at 505 Bloomfield Ave., the day after Ida passed through […]
Montclair Department of Community Services crews have collected storm-damaged items on most township streets. They will continue collecting these items, along with regular bulk waste, according to the normal bulky […]
By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS email@example.com Essex County residents and businesses can now apply for Federal Emergency Management Agency aid for damage caused by Ida, the storm that brought floods and […]
Customer said her chest hurt after being in the store for a few minutes.
The road to the first day of school was a long one, made bumpier when Ida overwhelmed much of Montclair with floods that damaged multiple school buildings.
Montclair school officials say despite damage to multiple buildings in Ida, students will return today, Sept. 9, for full, five-day-a-week, in-person instruction for the first time since the start of […]
Not many can say they were completely prepared for the damage Ida brought to Montclair and so much of the Northeast the night of Sept. 1.
By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS firstname.lastname@example.org This story has been updated to include more information about community relief efforts and the state’s portal for reporting damage. Montclair officials and residents were […]