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UPDATED: Hurricane Sandy Resource Guide

The latest on help.

Helping Seniors and Others in Our Backyard

Our forced tech diet means some may have time, energy to help others.

Got Gas? Where Have You Been Able To Fill Up (UPDATED)

Some folks say they haven't seen gas lines like this since the 70s.

Montclair Township to Hold Two Special Council Meetings

From Montclair Township Council Linda S. Wanat, Municipal Clerk: Two special Council meetings will be held on the storm related emergency on Thursday, November 1 and Friday, November 2 at 10:00 a.m., in the Second Floor Conference...

Montclair Cancellations Due To Hurricane Sandy

Lots of area events, classes, etc. being cancelled. School closures and kids' class cancellations on Barista Kids (who also has some great ideas for what is available for families with kids). We'll be updating...

Glen Ridge Train Station Open as Shelter, Refuse Info and More

This in from Glen Ridge Borough: The Glen Ridge Train Station will be open as an emergency shelter from 6:30am until 11:00pm until Friday November 2, 2012 During those hours, the train station will be open...

Montclair Mayor Jackson on Hurricane Sandy

Mayor believes outages will be longer than PSE&G is predicting.

Montclair Refuse and Recycling Resumes Thursday, November 1 (UPDATED)

Update: If you have branches and limbs to dispose of, you may bring them to the curb. • PLEASE DO NOT PLACE THEM IN THE STREET. • Please bundle branches and limbs as neatly as...

UPDATED: Hurricane Sandy: To Do List For Power-Challenged

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No NJ Transit, No Decamp, and Still No Power

Happy Halloween -- we got tricked.

Governor Christie’s Post-Sandy “State Of The State” Address

Governor Chris Christie spoke on all things Sandy-related at a lengthy press conference today. Here are the highlights.

Hurricane Sandy Takes Out Century Old Trees in Montclair

Montclair police reported some 21 trees downed by Hurricane Sandy. Some of the trees were in Anderson Park, and according to Friends of Anderson Park, at at least six trees, many of them over...