“We are all custodians of this place we call home, and every expression of what home means counts,” Councilor Peter Yacobellis writes.
By SERGIO GONZALEZ Special to Montclair Local The upcoming referendum on whether Montclair should switch from an appointed to elected board of education model is very different from the other […]
The Montclair League of Women Voters proposes an alternative to having Mayor Sean Spiller, president of the NJEA, pick school board members.
by ERIK D’AMATO special to Montclair Local As of this week Montclair has a new mayor, a new superintendent of schools, and a new search for a high school principal. […]
In order for the district to address the institutional racism that exists in our town, we must include as many voices and perspectives of black individuals as possible. There is so much that still needs to be said, so I wish everyone reading the love and liberation needed to hear us and fight alongside us.
Due of COVID-19, Lauren Kiesewetter had to cancel her late husband Theo’s Celebration of Life. Now, she connects to him when she sits on his bench.
Montclair voters will vote for a mayor and council in the township’s municipal elections, which will be held via mail-in ballot on May 12.
by JOHANNA EDGE for Montclair Local The author is a member of the board of directors of the League of Women Voters of the Montclair Area. The League of Women […]
Jose German warns of a coming climate crisis, and invites the community to the Acting Locally for a More Sustainable World conference.
By David Greenbaum, Caroline Kane Levy and John Reimnitz David Greenbaum, a design professional, and architect John Reimnitz are Montclair residents and members of the town Historic Preservation Commission. Caroline Kane Levy, a […]