If the United Way building does not include a township-operated senior center, it will not be able to go ahead with its planned renovations, since the senior center was a condition of the Board of Adjustment giving its approval.
In an announcement Wednesday, township officials cited “financials proposed by the United Way representative far [exceeding] comparable market norms for municipal facilities and what the Township could afford – even prior to the pandemic” in their decision.
By ERIN ROLL
While most students are celebrating being off for the summer, the summer months also mean that many children won’t get enough food to eat. Several local groups are stepping in to fix that.
Toni’s Kitchen kicked off its annual Summer Love food program on Monday. The progra...
by ERIN ROLL
Montclair has a renowned school system, an array of restaurants and shops, six train stations and a wealth of cultural attractions that make it the envy of many communities. But it’s hard to live here. Many...
Low- and moderate-income area residents can get their taxes prepared for free starting Feb. 5 at tax sites, including one in Montclair, run by United Way of Northern New Jersey and its partners in Morris, Somerset, Suburban Essex, Sussex and Warren counties.