"While I have certainly been hearing from congregants who are concerned and angry, said Bnai Keshet Rabbi Elliott Tepperman, “the most common response I have heard is one of resilience and solidarity."
By ERIN ROLL
Montclair civil rights leader James Harris has apologized following criticism of comments viewed by community leaders to be anti-Semitic at the Dec. 30 Fourth Ward meeting.
During the course of the meeting, which dealt in part with gentrification and housing affordability in Montclair, Harris, the chair of the New Jersey Association of Black Educators and the
by ERIN ROLL
Authorities are looking into reports that the ice menorah on Church Street, which was set up for a special community event to mark the first night of Hanukkah, may have been vandalized.
Deputy police chief Wil Young told Montclair Local that an anonymous caller reported the incident on Dec...