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Carpooling is “In” at Millburn High School

Millburn Schools Superintendent Dr. James Crisfield auctioned off his parking spot as a prize for the Education Foundation’s fundraiser this spring. Jonathan Justice was the winner, but realizing he wouldn’t need it for his kindergartener...

Platinum Minds Concert on Father's Day

The young pianists of piano teacher Dr. Thomas Parente have planned a fundraiser for "Platinum Minds" on June 19 at the Montclair Art Museum at 1:30 p.m. Platinum Minds is a nonprofit organization that offers...

The Children’s Institute Grateful for Verona Service League

The Children's Institute (TCI) in Verona is pleased to announce that the Verona Service League has made another significant donation to help benefit children with autism. Since 2003 several generous grants have been awarded to...

Camp Clover: Bereavement Day Camp

Camp Clover is a new free week-long summer bereavement day camp to be held JCC Camp Deeny Riback, a JCC MetroWest camp. Camp Clover is designed to help children and teens ages 7-15 deal with...

Troop 17 Honors Five New Eagle Scouts

An Eagle Scout Court of Honor will be held on Thursday, June 9, awarding Scouting’s highest rank to five members of Troop 17: Nicolas Luzarraga, Theodore Gruer, Thomas Nascone, Justin Minio and Brandon Hamilton. ...

Boy Scout Troop 17 Travel To Gettysburg

Boy Scout Troop 17, of Saint Rose of Lima Church in Short Hills, traveled to Gettysburg Pennsylvania last weekend for the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War. Over 40-Scouts and adult...

Skin Screening Comes to GRHS

May is Melanoma Awareness Month and in an effort to educate the community, the Ray Festa Melanoma Foundation has selected Glen Ridge High School as the site for a free skin screening for students...

CHS Senior Jacob Silberg Selected as Presidential Scholar

Columbia High School Senior Jacob Silberg was selected as a 2011 U.S. Presidential Scholar. This was announced by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan who stated, "The U.S. Presidential Scholars exemplify what dedication to...

North Essex Camp Fund Now Underway

The 2011 North Essex Camp Fund, sponsored by the United Way of Northern New Jersey, is now underway, with a goal of $36,000. This annual campaign raises funds to send underprivileged children from the Caldwells,...

School of Rock Band Invited to Perform at The Bamboozle Festival

Going Dark, a teen rock band comprised of music students from School of Rock Montclair, were finalists at this year’s Break Contest, a battle of New Jersey bands that was held at the legendary...

Newark School of the Arts To Offer Fall Scholarships

The Newark School of the Arts (NSA) has announced the availability of its Fall 2011 scholarships for musical performance students. NSA provides world class training in the classical arts to students from across northern...

Eat a Burger Tomorrow and Help Local Teens Rebuild New Orleans

Eat out tomorrow for a good cause.

Mayor Fried Announces Montclair Board of Education Appointees for 2011

A former defense attorney and a Public Defender and Chair of SEPAC are the Mayor's choices.

MKA Students Origami Project For Japan

Brooksiders at Montclair Kimberley Academy's Primary School made origami fish and cranes last Friday to benefit their peers in Japan. These Caring Cougars learned where the Japanese earthquakes took place and that many buildings need...

Clever Commute