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MontClairVoyant: Things ‘to Be or Not to Be’ Thankful for in Montclair

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, Today is Thanksgiving, so can you make this week's column positive? Sincerely, The Cranberries I can partly do that, but some negative things are roaring through town, too. As the band 10,000 Maniacs...

Montclair NAACP Calls For Investigation into Alleged Racist Comments by Town Attorney

Update: Mayor Sean Spiller sent this statement: "Racist language, no matter the context or intent, is unacceptable and does not reflect the values of Montclair. While we cannot speak to the specifics of a personnel...

Montclair Public Library Director Peter Coyl Resigns

Montclair Public Library director Peter Coyl announced Tuesday that he will resign, effective December 10. Coyl has held this position since March 1, 2017 when he became the 16th Director to lead the...

Montclair Crime: Rock Thrown Through 100-Year-Old Church Window

The week in Montclair crime from Acting Lieutenant Terence Turner, Montclair Police Department: Criminal Mischief November 16, 2021 (Church Street): An employee at Christ Church reported that a rock was thrown through a window on the...

Don’t Miss Essex County Historic Holiday House Tours

To celebrate the holiday season, 10 historic homes in Essex County will deck their halls and be open to the public for self-guided tours on Saturday, December 4th and Sunday, December 5th. Get into...

Glen Ridge Fire Under Investigation

On November 19th, at 7:08pm the Montclair Fire Department received a call reporting a fire on Woodland Ave in Glen Ridge. The residents self-evacuated prior to fire department arrival. The fire was located...

New Jersey Youth Symphony Presents December Concerts at Dolan Hall at Saint Elizabeth University

The New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS) continues to celebrate its return to the concert stage for the 2021-22 season with three concerts on December 4 and 5 at Dolan Performance Hall, Annunciation Center at...

Take A Trip To A Holiday Light Show!

Do you love holiday lights? Who doesn't?! Get into the spirit at any of these drive-through light shows and holiday events. Holiday Light Spectacular at Turtle Back Zoo 560 Northfield Avenue, West Orange Select nights between November...

Bloomfield and Neighbor to Neighbor Network Partner to Help Families During the Holiday Season

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- Bloomfield is once again partnering with the Neighbor to Neighbor Network to help families in need during the holiday season by providing clothes and gift cards. Bloomfield is asking...

Montclair Celebrates Official Opening of Wellmont Arts Plaza (VIDEO)

Montclair's mayor and council members were on hand Saturday to celebrate the official opening on the new 14,000 square-foot pedestrian plaza in the heart of Montclair’s new arts district, with a ribbon-cutting event featuring...

Montclair’s Laptop Upcycle Partners with Ramapo College

Laptop Upcycle is going beyond Montclair to partner with Ramapo College of New Jersey, but its mission remains the same -- eliminating obstacles to ensure students have the tools they need to succeed in...

Discover ‘The History of the Palisades’ at The Woman’s Club of Upper Montclair

Eric Nelson, Historic Interpreter of the NJ Palisades Park Commission will present a fascinating program “The History of the Palisades”, through images and narrative at The Woman’s Club of Upper Montclair on Wednesday, December...

Baristanet Profile: Edward Nicholas

Name: Edward Nicholas Where do you live? Montclair NJ , South End, 4th ward When did you move there?  I’m Montclair born and raised How do you make a living? I continue to work in the field of early...

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