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Kids Off For Teacher Convention? Minicamps and Activities!

The NJEA Teacher’s Convention is coming up on November 7th and 8th, and that means it’s time to line up some activities. These local minicamps are still accepting registration, but for many, spots are...

MontClairVoyant: This ‘Spirit’-ed Halloween Column Is Not ‘Ghost’-Written

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, Happy Halloween! Is it a good omen to see a new website for the much-missed Bellevue movie theater, which will reopen at some point? Sincerely, The Internetz Yes, it is..."ring-ring"...oops, my doorbell. Must be a...

Montclair HPC to Hold Community Meeting on Oakcroft and Wheeler Street Neighborhoods as Local...

The Montclair Historic Preservation Commission will hold a Community Meeting on Tuesday, November 12, at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Montclair Municipal Building. The meeting will also be broadcast on Montclair...

Happy Halloween!

Montclair Police will host its 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat today at Montclair Police station from 4 PM to 7 PM. Meet police officers and enjoy candy, games, and prizes. Don't forget...

Notice of Seizure, Unsatisfactory Sanitary Report at Montclair’s Thai Chef

It was once famous for its chocolate soufflé, but recently, the restaurant has looked empty, in the shadow of the newly opened MC Hotel. Now Thai Chef has a notice of seizure sign and...

Truck Fire On Pine Street in Montclair

Firefighters responded quickly to a garbage truck fire at 82 Pine Street early Thursday morning. Fire Chief Herrmann said the garbage truck that caught fire was a private hauler, not a township truck. The fire...

Stair Trouble As Montclair High School Identifies Issue With Stairwell 12 (UPDATED)

UPDATE: A second email was sent regarding Stairwell 12: Dear MHS Parents/Guardians, I am sending you the following update with regard to Stairwell 12. UPDATE Today the architectural and engineering firm assessed the area and shared that...

Montclair Child Development Center 50th Anniversary Celebrate! #MCDC50

Montclair Child Development Center (MCDC) will hold its first fundraiser celebrating 50 years of embracing every child, empowering their family, and strengthening our communities. The event will be held on Thursday, November 7, 2019,...

Glenfield School Bus Accident; No Injuries Reported

Montclair Schools sent parents the following email Wednesday morning regarding a school bus accident: Dear Families/Caregivers and Staff: Today at approximately 7:30 am a school bus (Blackfish) containing 13 Glenfield students was involved in a minor...

Montclair 2020: Will Joe Kavesh Run?

He was late getting back to us for our roundup of incumbents and others planning to run in the Montclair 2020 election for town council, but Joe Kavesh, who expressed interest in running in...

Kai Yang Turns One, Celebrates With Dumplings Galore in November

Kai Yang turns one and they will be celebrating the entire month of November with a theme of Thai Chicken and Dumplings. In addition to their namesake Kai Yang organic rotisserie Thai chicken,...

Montclair First Ward Councilor Hurlock to Host Community Meeting, Nov. 7

First Ward Councilor William Hurlock will hold a community meeting on Thursday, November 7, 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the Montclair Public Library Bellevue Avenue Branch, 185 Bellevue Avenue. Topics to be discussed will include...

Montclair Fire Dept. & St. James Church Hold Annual Coat Drive

The Montclair Fire Department (MFD) is once again teaming up with St. James Episcopal Church for their annual coat drive. Gently used coats (men’s women’s and children’s) can be dropped off at the locations...

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