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Girls Who Code Launches Summer Initiatives in New Jersey

Girls Who Code, a leading international non-profit working to close the gender gap in technology, has opened their free Clubs application for the 2019-20 school year. "New Jersey is a leader with over...

Sunday in the Park with The NJ Symphony, June 30

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) will be returning to Marine Park on the banks of the Navesink River at 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 30. This free event (44 miles from Montclair) will...

Baristaville Open Houses: Sunday, June 30

This week's open house column is sponsored by Kate McDonough. More than 80 open houses this Sunday in the greater Baristaville area. Colonials in a wide price range make up most of our menu. Believe...

Baristanet Profile: Nicole M. Farrell

Name: Nicole M. Farrell Where do you live? Howell, NJ When did you move there? I moved to Howell when my son was born in 2013. I had been living in Montclair prior and was so...

Watch The Montclair High School Class of 2019 Graduation (VIDEO)

Montclair High School's Class of 2019 graduated Wednesday, continuing the tradition of cross the bridge at the amphitheatre. Student Coalition President Mark Testa, who gave the welcoming remarks, recalled the challenges the 2018-19 school year,...

Montclair Proclaims National Gun Violence Awareness Week During Council Meeting

Montclair Township Council, joined by Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense, made a proclamation Tuesday night declaring National Gun Violence Awareness day. Jaime Bedrin, regional co-organizer for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in...

Weekend Family Fun: Story Walk, MakerSPACE, Shimmer, and More!

Grab the family and head on out for some weekend family fun. We’ve gathered up some things to do, so check ‘em out! Glen Ridge Public Library (240 Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge) will host Story...

Montclair Teacher Competes On Next American Ninja Warrior

Could Montclair teacher Jason Kaplan, who teaches physical education at Hillside Elementary in Montclair, be the next American Ninja Warrior? Kaplan, who has shown his amazing gymnastic talents to students at Hillside School's gymnastic...

MontClairVoyant: More Than Enough Montclair News for a Movie (at the Bellevue)

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, Much to discuss today. The deputy mayor controversy. The complaint that was thankfully filed against the Lackawanna Plaza redo. The plan to thankfully reopen the Bellevue Theatre. Other major news. Where to...

Montclair Schools Announces New Principals, Vice Principals For 2019-20 School Year

Dr. Kendra Johnson, Superintendent Montclair Public Schools, sent the following letter to parents, staff and the Montclair Board of Education Thursday regarding staffing changes for Montclair Public Schools. A number of teachers have taken...

The Cali School of Music at MSU Presents Eighth Dorothy Taubman Piano Festival

The Cali School of Music at Montclair State University will present the Eighth Dorothy Tabuman Piano Festival, Friday-Sunday June 28-30 2019 at the Leshowitz Recital Hall. The three-day festival honors the piano teaching approach of...

Weekend Arts & Entertainment Calendar: June 27 – 30

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Montclair Crime

Montclair Crime: Criminal Mischief Arrest, Burglary, Theft

The week in Montclair crime from D/Lt. David O’Dowd, Montclair Police Department Arrest 06-21-2019 (Police headquarters, Bloomfield Avenue) Mr. Lander Ceaser, smashed one of the glass lobby doors with his hands while exiting the building. ...

Councilor Baskerville Blindsided As Montclair Council Votes McMahon For Deputy Mayor

A resolution was on the agenda at Tuesday night's Montclair Township council meeting, to designate Fourth Ward Councilor Renee Baskerville as Deputy Mayor, effective July 1. Councilors have rotated through the position, with...

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