Sunday, September 26, 2021

Montclair

Bad Bug! New Jersey Wants You to Report, Destroy The Spotted Lanternfly

Have you seen (or killed) one today? New Jersey Department of Agriculture Secretary Douglas H. Fisher says the Department received nearly 10,000 combined emails and calls concerning the spotted lanternfly in August. Sightings of the...

See and Photograph Hawks Soaring Over Montclair

Every Autumn a silently moving mass of birds of prey fills the skies over Montclair, virtually unnoticed by most people on the streets below. But on a good day in September and October...

Montclair Crew Team Car Wash Sunday!

MONTCLAIR CREW TEAM CAR WASH THIS SUNDAY! 10-2pm at the Montclair High School Freshman Building Circle. Rowers are pros at washing equipment as they have to get those boats spotless after every use!!! 😉 Come see...

Out Montclair Makes Big Announcement for Montclair Pride 2022! (VIDEO)

Montclair, NJ – Out Montclair, a nonprofit, volunteer-run organization established in 2021 to provide community, support, and solidarity for LGBTQ+ people, announced a date and preliminary details for the first-ever Montclair Pride on...

Montclair Collection of Storm-Damaged Items Continues

Montclair's Department of Community Services (DCS) crews, as of Tuesday morning, have collected storm-damaged items on most township streets. They will continue collecting these items, along with regular bulk waste, according to the normal...

Don’t Miss The 45th Annual Upper Montclair Sidewalk Sale – Saturday, September 18

Come out and enjoy Uptown Montclair when it host its 45th annual Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, September 18, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This year will be the second year ever that...

Montclair Remembers: 20th Anniversary of 9-11 Memorial Service (VIDEO)

“I am going to embrace this town and the people who work for our benefit and the friends that I have made since and the neighbors that have come and gone, God bless you...

Montclair Public Library Named “Wi-Fi At Work” Award Winner by WifiForward

Montclair Public Library has been named a 2021 Wi-Fi At Work Award by WifiForward, a coalition of companies, organizations and public sector institutions working to keep communities connected over the internet. WifiForward’s Wi-Fi At...

How Montclair Came Together Twenty Years Ago on 9-11

Baristanet spoke to Bob Russo, current Councilor at Large and the Montclair mayor during the 9-11 attacks. Russo remembers that day 20 years ago and the challenges of the days, weeks and months that...

Montclair To Commemorate 20th Anniversary of 9/11

Councilor-at-Large Bob Russo and the Township of Montclair invite residents of Montclair and beyond to join them on the 20th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, for a special remembrance ceremony to...

Montclair Mayor Announces Vaccination or Testing Requirement for All Municipal Employees

Montclair Mayor Sean M. Spiller and the Township of Montclair announced Monday the implementation of required vaccination or regular COVID-19 testing for all municipal employees. “The Coronavirus pandemic continues to pose a clear...

New Jersey: Flash Flood Watch Wednesday Afternoon Through Late Tonight

Another severe weather threat is expected today, Wednesday, only a week after our area was slammed by Hurricane Ida. There's a flash flood watch from this afternoon through the evening in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon,...

Montclair Fund For Ida Relief Raises Over $30,000

Montclair, NJ – The Montclair Fund for Ida Relief, launched by Montclair Councilor at Large Peter Yacobellis the night of the storm, has surpassed $30,000 in funds raised. The link to contribute can...

Montclair’s Studio Playhouse Seeks Donations and Volunteers After Flood Devastation

Studio Playhouse, Upper Montclair's beloved theater, got slammed by Hurricane Ida with more than five feet of water coming into the building. Studio Playhouse shared this message on social media the morning after the...

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