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NJ Transit Can Help You Leave Work Early Tomorrow

Trains and buses working harder to kick start Labor Day weekend plans.

Merrill Brown Named as the Inaugural Director For School of Communication and Media at...

A former business reporter for The Washington Post, founding editor in chief of MSNBC.com and instrumental in the launch of Court TV.

Bloomfield Police Blotter: Thefts of construction equipment, saw and generator; restaurant and vehicle...

This week in Bloomfield, police made several arrests of drug distribution suspects, and are investigating the theft of $28,000 worth of construction equipment, burglaries at a restaurant and from several vehicles, among other crimes....

School of Rock Montclair To Perform Tributes to Jack White, Queen, Rush, Clapton, and...

School of Rock Montclair is offering five show choices for their Performance Program students. “Our Performance Programs are for our young rockers who are musically experienced and ready to take their talents to the stage,” says...

West Orange Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Child Sexual Abuse

A West Orange man will spend 30 years in prison for repeated sexual assault of a young girl. Here is the announcement: Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray announced today that the Honorable Judge...

Preschoolers from Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel Visit With the EMS

Preschoolers from Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel get a visit with the EMS.  From left to right Lila Ebright and Blake Gordon from South Orange, Jonah Shimanoff from Maplewood, Aiden Kopelan and Shaya Zorel from South Orange,...

Local Talk Community Foundation to hold its Annual High School Public Speaking Scholarship Competition...

Local Talk Community Foundation will hold its third annual high school public speaking scholarship competition from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bella Italia Ristorante, 535 Central Ave. in Orange, N.J. The competition is...

Glen Ridge Crime: Aggravated Assault, Bike Theft, Driving While Intoxicated Arrest, Burglary

Glen Ridge crime in the past week from Lieutenant Fred Egnezzo: Date/Time: 8/11/2012 @1:56 PM Incident: Criminal Mischief Description: Officer Charles Roberts was dispatched to Forest Ave. to take a report of criminal mischief.  The victim reported...

Police Chase in Clifton Ends in Fatal Motorcycle Crash

ABClocal.com reports that one of two speeding motorcyclists was killed during a police chase on Route 46 in Clifton just after 1 am today. Police were attempting to pull over the motorcycles in the eastbound lanes near Route...

The Sixth Annual Claymation Film Festival at StudioKids Art Montclair Tonight

Did you know that Montclair is home to the only Claymation Film Festival in the world?  For the last six years, StudioKids Art has been the epicenter of Claymation movies and stop motion photography, Tonight, Friday , August 17 at...

Montclair Senior Citizen Bus Out of Service, Friday, August 17

Township of Montclair advises seniors that the Senior Citizen Bus will be out of service on Friday, August 17. This service interruptionis required for scheduled maintenance of the bus.

Update On South Park Street From Montclair Township

Here's the latest update on South Park Street's completion: Work will be completed this week on the center median installation and on the cobble bands crossing the roadway at each end. The last handicap accessible...

Bloomfield Center Redevelopment Info Session, 8/14

Tomorrow night, join the Bloomfield Center Alliance for an information session and update on the progress of the Bloomfield Center Redevelopment. Special guests are Mayor Ray McCarthy; Joseph Baumann, Jr., Bloomfield Parking Authority; and...

Back 2 School Store Benefits 500-plus Disadvantaged Essex County Kids

The National Council of Jewish Women held its 4th annual Back 2 School Store benefitting more than 500 local economically disadvantaged children.