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Milling and Paving Work in Montclair on May 5

Portions of the following streets will be milled and paved beginning on or about Monday, May 5, weather permitting. The project is expected to take approximately four weeks to complete. During this construction period...
Historic Walking Tour

Historic Walking Tour of Upper Montclair With a 21st-Century Twist

Dozens of sites in the Upper Montclair Historic Business District can now be viewed in a “then and now” fashion thank to an app.

Blood Drive For Local Little Girl on May 10

Twenty-one month old Katelyn needs blood after being diagnosed with liver cancer.
Marie Strumolo Burke

Belleville Mayoral Candidate Allegedly Caught on Tape in Racist Rant

Marie Strumolo Burke was allegedly caught on tape saying she didn’t want her village to become a “f*cking n----- town."

Tony Award Winner Laura Benanti Headlines May 1 Benefit for Autism at Montclair State

Money raised will help Autism New Jersey provide education and support for teachers responsible for educating and caring for children and adults with autism.

Montclair Crime: Several Pine Street Crimes

The week in Montclair crime from D/Lt. David O’Dowd, Montclair Police Department, Pine Street had three separate instances of crime — two robberies and a theft. Robbery: On 04/25/2014 at approx. 0215Hrs, a 29 year old Montclair...
One: A Story of Love and Equality

#MFF14: Let Them Know Me as a Person

On Tuesday night "One: A Story of Love and Equality," directed by Montclair’s own Becca Roth made its NJ Premiere as part of the Montclair Film Festival.

Brighten a Child’s Rainy Day With Zoubaby Personalized Monogrammed Rain Boots

It's the last day of April, but springy showers continue and bright, fun rain boots always bring some sunshine on a cloudy day. That's why I'm loving these personalized monogrammed rain boots for kids...

Well Options, Library Funding Dominate Montclair Township Council Meeting

Township Manager Dashield proposed that they go over the alternatives for the well at one of the meetings in June.

Thumbprint Necklace for Mother’s Day

There's nothing a mother loves more than something handmade from her child.

Montclair: Yogi Berra House For Sale

Home where Yogi and Carmen Berra lived, listed at $888,000

Chef and John Leguizamo Offer First Taste of 2014 Montclair Film Festival

Opening night leaves MFF fans happy -- and hungry for more.

Bike Bonanza Extravaganza on Saturday

Learn to ride kids' classes and a Bike Ride Rodeo.

Clever Commute