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Essex Hudson Greenway is A GO! Gov. Murphy Announces 9-Mile Linear State Park

It's an open space legacy game changer for Essex County and they are saying it will be greater than the High Line. Gov. Phil Murphy announced his intent to create a new 9-mile linear...

Montclair Pays Tribute To Veterans at Ceremony

Montclair honored veterans at its annual Veterans Day Ceremony at Edgemont Park. https://youtu.be/3-eXPGjqa_8

New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition Welcomes Montclair Councilor To Board

New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition (NJBWC) announced that Montclair Councilor At Large Peter Yacobellis has joined its Board. NJBWC has been actively advocating for the Essex Hudson Greenway project. Yacobellis has called for...

Montclair Groups Call For Action to Address Climate Crisis

What will Montclair do to address climate change? As world leaders meet in Scotland at the COP26 conference on climate change, and political leaders in Washington debate climate policy, locally, residents made their voices...

Opinion: Keeping New Jersey Blue Starts in Montclair

Montclair is widely recognized as one of our state’s foremost progressive communities. It is a well-deserved reputation, earned by years of standing up for our shared values. Increasingly, the ideals for which Montclair...

Landscape Truck Fire on Watchung Avenue in Glen Ridge

A landscaping truck burst into flames on Watchung Avenue near Forest Avenue in Glen Ridge Tuesday. Firefighters at the scene worked to contain the blaze. This is a developing story. Photos: Dan Hamilton

SOPAC Gala 2021 Recap: A Dazzling Night at Drew University

In-person and virtual guests raised crucial funds for the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) by participating in the SOPAC Gala on November 6, 2021. SOPAC’s supportive community attended this soiree at Drew University...

Montclair’s Nia Gill To Run For Senate President

Senator Nia Gill is running for Senate President. "On Tuesday, the voters spoke, and with their voices, resoundingly rejected the business of politics as usual," said the Montclair senator in a statement Saturday. "This past...

Montclair Public Library Presents ‘Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival, and Hope in an American City’

On Thursday, November 11, at 7 p.m., Montclair Public Library hosts Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Andrea Elliott in conversation with Lydia Polgreen, chief content officer of Gimlet Media, about Elliott’s debut book, “Invisible Child,” an...

FBI, Local and State Police Still Looking For Missing East Orange Girl

Jashyah Moore, 14, of East Orange was last seen on October 14 around 10 a.m. at Poppie’s Deli Store at 520 Central Avenue. She is 5 ft, 5 inch tall and weighs about 135...

Preview The Treasures from Montclair’s Charles Shultz House To Be Auctioned

A collection of treasures from Montclair's Shultz House, also known as Evergreens, will be part of a Nye & Company Auctioneers’ online auction on Wednesday, November 17th. The Estate Treasures auction, starting at 10...

Bloomfield Mayor’s Annual Turkey Giveaway to Take Place Sunday, November 21

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- Mayor Venezia will once again provide turkey’s including other Thanksgiving related food to members of the community in need. The giveaway will take place on Sunday, November 21 in...

Montclair Resident Receives Community Vision Award at Volunteer Lawyers for Justice 20th Anniversary Gala

Newark, NJ – Montclair Resident Karen Sacks, founding Executive Director of Volunteer Lawyers for Justice, was honored at the organizations 20th anniversary celebration, along with former U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch, and Merck...

Montclair Library Foundation Concerned About Municipal Funding

Mary Packer, Executive Director, Montclair Public Library Foundation, sent this letter to the Montclair Township Council: “Civilized nations build libraries; lands that have lost their soul close them down.” – Toby Forward, author Dear...

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