David Greenbaum appreciates the dedication, knowledge and insight of Jaimie Julia Winters.
First suggested nearly 20 years ago, the Essex-Hudson Greenway Project is inching closer to reality, project officials say.
Residents are being drawn to Crane Park to connect with a new interactive art installation by two local artists.
A parking expert told the Planning Board Monday that the Orange Road garage could park up to 694 vehicles in the case of a special event by going mostly valet.
A landlord group fighting Montclair’s rent control ordinance has filed another suit against the township and the township clerk, this time claiming a civil rights act violation.
If someone told Annette Warner 20 years ago she would be waiting in line at a food pantry in 2020, “I would be like, ‘Hell no,’” she said.
It was something that had never been done before in Montclair: A learning center with coaches to help students with their remote schoolwork, in a small-group, safe environment.
An art installation that will provide a safe space to connect is coming to Crane Park.
The township has added an extra day to the center’s schedule, after lines went around the corner Wednesday.
Montclair officials say it’s too soon to tell when the township’s recycling pickup suspension will end.
The coronavirus has hit the Montclair DPW department and caused a shortage of workers who have either tested positive or are quarantined due to exposure, officials said.
The judge reversed his earlier ruling, siding with a landlords group that has been pushing to put rent control on the ballot.
Montclair officials and community leaders are rallying to discuss the facts, fears and myths they worry are slowing the coronavirus vaccination rate in the brown and Black communities.
Montclairians will get 75 fewer days of leaf blower noise invading their backyards and permeating their homes if the Township Council gives final approval to an ordinance introduced earlier this month.