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Montclair Film’s Home at 505 Bloomfield Devastated By Flooding (Again)

Montclair Film was one of a number of Montclair businesses hit hard by epic flooding of August 2018. Last night, Montclair Film's home at at 505 Bloomfield Ave was devastated by the...

MontClairVoyant: Eternally Opposed to Internal-Combustion Leaf Blowers

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, A Superior Court judge rejected a landscaping company's challenge to Montclair's 2021 ordinance that further limited the use of gas-powered leaf blowers. Who's among the fans of that good August 27 ruling? ...

Bloomfield Clearing Streets and Assessing Damage After Unprecedented Storm

BLOOMFIELD, NJ – The Township is currently in the process of clearing streets of debris and assessing damage. Last night’s storm dropped an unprecedented amount of rain causing flooding, power outages and road closures....

Montclair Storm Damage: Downed Trees, Flooded Basements, Abandoned Cars

Montclair Mayor Sean Spiller offered this update Thursday morning on Wednesday night's storm: We are thankful that our first responders last night successfully made numerous rescues from flooded vehicles throughout town. We have no major...

NJ Transit Service: Suspensions, Delays, Detours Due to Significant Storm Impact

NEWARK, NJ — NJ TRANSIT services are subject to suspensions, delays and detours due to the significant impacts from the storm throughout the state. Customers should avoid travel unless it’s absolutely essential. NJ...
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Weekend Events: Live Music, Benefit Concerts, Film, and More!

Your guide to this weekend events, both virtual and in-person.

Social Media Talk About Turtle Back Zoo Was ‘Hoax’ Says Essex County Executive

During Wednesday's tropical storm, there was some fake news circulating about Essex County's Turtle Back Zoo and the safety of animals. Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. released this statement Thursday morning, dispelling the...

Massive Flooding From Ida in Montclair: Deluge In The Streets, Epic Basement Flooding

Montclair and surrounding towns were slammed last night with torrential rains from Tropical Storm Ida that turned streets into lakes and flooded countless basements as emergency cell phone notifications of flash flood warnings rang...

Debut Outdoor Labyrinth Performance in Bloomfield

Bloomfield’s historic Church on the Green will host multi-award winning song writing trio THE INSPIRE PROJECT in an outdoor concert on Sunday, September 19th at 3pm in the church’s newly established outdoor labyrinth space....

Essex-Hudson Greenway Coalition Holds Virtual Public Meeting on September 1

The Essex-Hudson Greenway Coalition – comprised of the Open Space Institute, New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition, and the September 11th National Memorial Trail – will hold a virtual open public meeting on September...

Bloomfield Community Farmers Market to Open Every Tuesday, 9/21 through 11/9

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- The Township of Bloomfield is pleased to announce it will be launching a Community Farmer's Market on Tuesday, September 21 in the Bloomfield Public Library Courtyard. The market will run...

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