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Break-In and Sexual Assault on Pine Street; Paint Ball Attacks

A woman living on Pine Street on Montclair told Montclair police early Friday morning that a man invaded her home, demanded money, sexually assaulted her, duct-taped her mouth, then took two computers before fleeing. On...

Artist Emily Konopinski: Solo Show at Arts Unbound

"Continental Divide: Drawings, Paintings and Other Marks" opens at Arts Unbound, June 4.

Millburn Middle School Spring Chorus Concert

The annual Millburn Middle School Spring  Concert will entertain on Wednesday, June 1 with a varied program of showtunes, choral classics, popular selections, and songs from around the world. Six groups of chorus students will show...

Huge Yard Sale to Benefit Cat Sanctuary, June 4 and 5

A huge yard sale will be held Saturday and Sunday, June 4 and 5, to benefit A Purrfect World Cat Sanctuary at 60 Newark Avenue, Bloomfield, on the corner of Baldwin Place (entrance is...

NJ Libertarians File Complaint Against 21 Montclair Officials

Those named in the alleged violation, include members of planning, library and historic preservation committees.

Goodbye, semplice

Say goodbye to semplice home, which is ending its 14-year run in Montclair.

Sun Safety Tips

I'm willing to place bets that many of you spent time at a pool this weekend. Even if you didn't, if you had the kids outside, they needed sunscreen. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has...

Wheeler Antabanez Hits High Speeds

Did you get any "out on the water" time this weekend? You know Wheeler did.

Hacking Away at Two Hundred Thou of College Debt

Kelli Space of Bloomfield is asking for help to pay down her college debt -- and raising awareness of the burden of high tuitions.

Banishing the Princesses

Every morning for quite some time now my daughter leaps from her toddler bed declaring, “I want to dress like a ballerina today!” I’m still a little hazy on what constitutes dressing like a...

A Tennis Match Made in Baristaville

Love is more than a score for Megan Howard and José Funes.

MPL's Bellevue Branch Grand Reopening Celebration

The library will celebrate its reopening with a full day of fun and festivities!

And They're Off! Maplewood Rubber Duck Race

Hundreds of rubber ducks welcomed the cool water as they raced in Memorial Park today.

Clever Commute