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BLOG: Montclair Needs Historic Districts To Save Its Homes

A big part of why we bought in Montclair: charm.

BLOG: Montclair Master Plan — We Need To Speak Louder

Who are our elected officials and planning board listening to? It must not be the residents. We need to speak louder.
Nishuane Well Water Facility

Blog on Nishuane Well Water Facility: Fight for Our Much-loved Green Space!

"Why is the township pushing forward a plan that robs Montclair of valuable pristine parkland?"

Steve Crooks: Just Showing Up

Let me tell you about my son, Gordon. He may be what you would term a 'special-needs' kid in today's vernacular, but if you only knew the extent to which I look to him...

Chris Durkin: How 140 Votes Could Decide Who Our Next Governor Is

In a four year span, New Jersey saw seven Governors occupy top spot in State House.

Blog: Three Big Lessons From The Big Game

I am a Jersey girl. I was born, raised, went to college, and settled in this bountiful Garden State. And I am proud we had the opportunity to host the Big Game this year....
Group Homes in Montclair

Blog: How Many is Too Many? Group Homes in Montclair Neighborhoods

I would like to ask all concerned residents to turn out at the next city council meeting to show support for the Irving Street residents who are calling attention to this critical issue.

BLOG: Montclair Councilor Renee Baskerville’s New Year’s Message

Baskerville discusses gun violence and education, and resolves to "change policies and practices" in 2014.
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BLOG: One Commuter’s Tale from the Rail

I find myself in Montclair, commuting to work every day on NJT, and trying … trying … to turn that frown upside down.

BLOG: Surviving the First Holiday Without A Loved One

Ginny Montella, the program director at the Compassionate Care Hospice in Clifton, offers advice on getting through the holidays.

No Excuses and No More Silence

Speak up now -- to keep ourselves together.
The Yoga Journal Conference in NYC

Blog: All Mom Wants for Christmas is Yoga and Passes to The Yoga Journal...

When it come to the yogi in your life, you really can't go wrong with the gift of yoga.

BLOG: Montclair’s Former Township Manager Hartnett Defends Police Chief Sabagh

"Trying to tear down such a dedicated civil servant is no way to build a better community."

BLOG: Digging History at the Montclair Historical Society

MSU Archeology Professor Christopher Matthews will share the results of the dig this Sunday at 3pm.

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