COVID-19/Coronavirus

DeCamp Bus Line Suspending Service Wednesday, Last Bus To Leave Port Authority Tonight

In a tweet today, Montclair-based DeCamp bus lines announced it would suspend all service beginning Wednesday. Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, DeCamp Bus Lines will be temporarily suspending all service effective Wednesday 03/25/2020. The...

Making School Work at Home: Local Advice on Adjusting to Remote Learning

Congrats families! We made it a full week into Montclair Public School’s program in Remote Learning! Breakfasts and lunches are being provided for students who qualify, Chromebooks and hotspots have been distributed to families...

Help Feed Our Healthcare Heroes (UPDATED)

UPDATE: Thank you very much for spreading the word about our campaign to deliver food to the healthcare workers at Mountainside Hospital. The response has been overwhelming and so heartening. This idea actually started...

“Stay At Home” Order in New Jersey, All Non-Essential Retail Businesses Closed, Here’s What’s...

Governor Phil Murphy announced a statewide “Stay at Home” order Saturday and closed all non-essential retail businesses at 9 p.m., to slow the spread of the COVID-19/Coronavirus. “We know the virus spreads through...

Montclair State University Informed of Two New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair State University was informed Wednesday of two new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Both people are employees who were last on campus respectively Friday, March 6 and Thursday, March 12. They...

Bloomfield Mayor Encourages Residents to Shelter in Place to Stop Spread of Covid-19/Coronavirus

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia urged residents Wednesday to shelter in place in order to stop the spread of the COVID-19/Coronavirus. Residents are advised not to leave their homes unless they have...

Gov. Murphy: New Jersey Has 427 COVID-19 Cases, Urges Residents To Flatten Curve Immediately

New Jersey's nine million residents must flatten the curve, urged Governor Phil Murphy, who announced Wednesday that the total cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey is 427, up from 267 yesterday. There have also...

Save Morning Food Shopping Hours For Seniors Movement Working As Stores Designate Time

You've seen the empty shelves at supermarkets and just how crowded they can get during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now stores are responding to a movement started online asking people who are younger and healthy...

Fourth COVID-19 Case Reported in Montclair

The Montclair Health Department received notice from Hackensack Meridian Health Mountainside hospital this afternoon, March 17, that a 73-year-old woman tested positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19). This is the fourth positive COVID-19 case reported...
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Comcast Technician Who Works in Bloomfield Tested Positive For COVID-19

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- The Bloomfield Health Department has been notified that a Comcast Technician who works in Bloomfield has tested positive for COVID-19/Coronavirus. The Health Department is working closely with Comcast to track and...

VIDEO Montclair Center BID Asks Public To Help By Patronizing Local Businesses Offering Curbside...

Montclair Center BID asks you to help Montclair businesses during this difficult time. https://youtu.be/3BOOlQu-gI8

Look For the Helpers: Abraham Dickerson of Montclair

Mister Rogers once said that when there was some kind of catastrophe, that his mother would tell him to "look for the helpers." We found a helper in Montclair. Abraham Dickerson, founder and chef at Abe...

Montclair State COVID-19 Update: Most Instruction To Take Place Online For Rest of Semester

Montclair State University President Susan Cole sent a Coronavirus Update on Tuesday to students and staff: We have been monitoring the coronavirus situation closely for the past several weeks and responding as needed based on...

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