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Monthly Archives: July 2015

UPDATED Montclair Residents Petition Police to “Aggressively Enforce Traffic Laws in Montclair”

"The number of pedestrian and bike accidents is unacceptable."
Therese Baird

Baristanet Profile: Therese Baird

These are the people in your neighborhood...

NCJW/Essex Back 2 School Store Lets Disadvantaged Children Shop for Free

Since its inception in 2009, the B2SS has benefited nearly 3,000 children.
Joe Walsh

Joe Walsh Comes Home to Rock Montclair

Legendary Musician and Famed Montclair High Alum to Play Concert To Benefit MHS.

Launching The 2015 Montclair Jazz Festival: Bigger, Better and Big Plans For the Future

Move over Newport. Montclair looks ahead to a three-day weekend festival.

Daytripping: The (New) Whitney Museum

In the Meatpacking district by the High Line, there's a lot to love about the new Whitney.
paper mill playhouse

Weekend Highlights: Your Guide to Family Fun

Musicals, museums and much more!

Pedestrian Safety Update: Incidents Down Slightly; New Crossing Light Installed by Walnut Street

Also - MPD evaluating whether more intersections should be “no right on red.”
A Seat in the House

A Seat in the House Shows Love for Montclair’s Outpost in the Burbs

Exclusive interviews and concert footage focused on conveying the experience of watching a performance at arts venues across the state.

Screen Wars: How Do You Handle Screen Time?

Limiting screen time is hard, especially in summer, but here's help.

Four NJ Transit Train Conductors Arrested for Selling Stolen Tickets

All four have been charged with commercial bribery, official misconduct and theft.

Bloomfield Crime: Armed Robbery, Theft, and Several Arrests

This week’s Bloomfield crime blotter from Sgt. Anthony J. Servedio: Robbery On July 25, 2015, a 38 year old Bloomfield resident was robbed at gunpoint of his cell phone, by 3 males wearing bandanas over their...

The Weekend: Music, Music, and More Music!

Your guide to what's happening.

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