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Penny MacCormack

Showing Love to the Montclair Public Library: My First Chapter

This essay is part of the Montclair Public Library Foundation’s third annual “My First Chapter” series. These essays are in support of the Montclair Public Library. This last installment, which first appeared in the...
The Year in Food 2014

The Year in Food 2014

A look back at the biggest openings, closings and notable food news of 2014.
Found Cat in Montclair

Found Cat in Montclair

A reader writes in: This cat has been under my deck near Watchung Plaza on Fairfield Street for more than 24 hours. It appears well taken care of and believe it is declawed so not...
New Year's Eve Traditions

Childhood: New Year’s Eve Traditions

"We’d all open presents and sit down at the table together and eat."
Essex County Holiday Lights Spectacular Collection

Boy Scout Donates Coats to Essex County Holiday Lights Spectacular Collection

Quinlan, a member of the Handicapped Boys Scout Troop 364, collected over 100 coats.

Biggest Local Stories of 2014

The MC Hotel, Master Plan, MAM's Centennial Birthday, Tierney's 80th, and more!

Bloomfield Crime: Burglary, Thefts and Many Arrests

This week’s Bloomfield crime blotter from Sgt. Anthony J. Servedio: BURGLARY 12/22/14 – 100 block of Orange St. Construction Site Burglary. The construction site contractor reports that between 12/19 at 3:45 pm 12/22 at 6:45 am unknown...

Montclair Crime: Slashed Tires, Cars Broken Into, Burglaries

The week in Montclair Crime from D/Lt. David O’Dowd, Montclair Police Department: Arrest On 12-28-2014 at 1111Hrs, Officers conducted a motor vehicle stop on a white Mazda 4 at the intersection of Bloomfield Avenue and Midland...

I’m a SuperHero! Workshop for Families

You and your child will laugh together and learn things about each other you never knew.
Stearns Matthews

Stearns Matthews in Cabaret of The Highest Order at The Women’s Club of...

Time-tested standards and musical theater favorites.

Multicultural Montclair Shares its New Year’s Traditions

From cakes with coins to gobbling grapes, here are some ways our diverse community welcomes the New Year.

Winter Preparedness Checklist

Even in a milder winter, preparedness is essential.

Essex County Police Supplied With Kits to Prevent Heroin Overdoses

At least 557 people died from heroin overdoses in New Jersey in 2013.

Clever Commute