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MontClairVoyant: Does ‘Rent, Lackawanna, and Bellevue’ Sound Like a Law Firm?

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, Today's column will cover rent control, Lackawanna Plaza, and the Bellevue Theatre. How will you get from one to the other? Sincerely, Go Your Own Way From the theatre, I'll head east down...

Sponsored: Location, Location! One Bedroom at Montclair’s Bellaire House

Ideally located one bedroom unit on the 6th Floor of Upper Montclair's sought after Bellaire House. Just short stroll to restaurants, supermarkets, shopping & Anderson Park. Bellaire House is full service building with everything...

Montclair Police Officer Suspended After Allegedly Using Racial Slur

Montclair, NJ - Montclair Police Department has suspended a Montclair Police officer after an investigation into the officer's alleged use of a racial slur, Montclair Police Chief Todd Conforti confirmed Thursday. "It came to my...

Sponsored: Immaculate Montclair Colonial – 145 North Mountain Avenue

Immaculate four bedroom, two full and two half bath Montclair Colonial located just short distance to vibrant downtown, Watchung Plaza DeCamp Bus and NJ Transit train station, Edgemont Park and school. Turn of the...

Betty Who To Headline Inaugural Montclair Pride Festival Concert at Wellmont Theater

Montclair, NJ – that Betty Who will be the featured musical artist to perform at the The Montclair Pride Concert at the Wellmont Theater, with Fab the Duo as supporting artists, Out Montclair...

Author Michelle Cameron Talks About Assimilation vs. Maintaining Jewish Tradition

Montclair, NJ - Author Michelle Cameron will talk at Bnai Keshet’s Kaplan Minyan in Montclair Saturday, April 2nd at 11 a.m. about coming to terms with the uneasy balance between maintaining Jewish tradition and...

Montclair Mayor Sean Spiller Endorses Congressman Payne

NEWARK, NJ – U.S. Representative Donald M. Payne, Jr., (D-Newark) announced Tuesday the endorsement of Montclair Mayor Sean Spiller. “Donald Payne is a progressive leader Democrats can count on,” said Mayor Spiller. “Congressman Payne...

Remembering Nicky Mesiah

Montclair, NJ - Her gourmet toffee was legendary and so was her smile. Montclair is mourning the passing of Nicky Mesiah, known to many fans as Miss Nicky. Community service was important to Mesiah, who was...

AAPI Montclair Color Run Sold Out; Volunteers Still Needed!

MONTCLAIR, NJ– AAPI Montclair is hosting its first Color Run on Sunday, April 3, 2022 to celebrate the Spring festivals of Holi and Songkran. Holi is a popular Hindu festival, also known as the...

Montclair Artists Featured in ‘Of Women, By Women: Strength in Vulnerability’

Both as subject matter and as artist, women are the focal point of this exhibition. Featuring works by eight prominent individuals working across various mediums, the show explores the spaces women inhabit— considering spirituality,...

Bloomfield to Host Community Blood Drive Monday, April 25

BLOOMFIELD, NJ – The Township has recently partnered with RWJBarnabas Health to host a blood drive for the community and municipal employees. The blood collected at this drive will be used exclusively at...

Sponsored: A Sneak Peek at Some of Montclair’s Hidden Stars Coming to MFEE’s...

Montclair, NJ - Every two years, the Montclair Fund for Educational Excellence (MFEE) brings the whole town together for an inspiring night to cheer on the talented stars who have been hiding right in...

Letter to the Editor: Who To Thank For Rent Control in Montclair

The arduous campaign to enact a rent control ordinance in Montclair has finally come to a successful conclusion. I would like to publicly acknowledge the significant participants primarily responsible for achieving this goal. Most...

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