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Bloomfield Continues Going Green with Purchase of Four Electric-Powered Chevy Bolts

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- The Township of Bloomfield has taken another important step in becoming more sustainable, recently purchasing and putting into use four new Chevy Bolts. These electric-powered vehicles were purchased with funding from...
The School of Visual and Performing Arts at MHS (SVPA) Presents SHE KILLS MONSTERS

The School of Visual and Performing Arts at MHS (SVPA) Presents SHE KILLS...

The School of Visual and Performing Arts at MHS (SVPA) presents the Winter Drama: SHE KILLS MONSTERS. A fun and fantastical tale about two sisters, one of whom has died but lives on inside...

Activists Talk about Reversing Climate Change and the Power of Grassroots Action at Sustainability...

By 2050 they’ll be more plastic in the ocean than fish according to a report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the World Economic Forum. Montclair residents took steps to help prevent this dire...

Giveaway! Family 4-Pack To See DRUM TAO at NJPAC

In 2016, DRUM TAO took New York by storm with a successful off-Broadway run. Now, it’s traveled to 26 countries and performed for 8 million spectators. DRUM TAO’s pulse-pounding performances blend highly physical, large-scale...

Allende’s New Book Launches Succeed2gether’s Montclair Literary Festival 2020

Montclair, NJ –Succeed2gether’s Montclair Literary Festival launched its fourth festival on Wednesday with a talk by best-selling author Isabel Allende. Her visit was part of a US tour for her new book A Long...
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Montclair NAACP Releases Statement Regarding Interim Superintendent Parker’s Comments

Montclair, NJ- After a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Montclair Branch of the NAACP, President AL Pelham has issued this statement regarding BOE Superintendent Parker’s comments. “While the NAACP has concerns...

Award-Winning Deaf Author and Book Illustrator of ‘America is Immigrants’ Book Discussion, 1/28

Montclair, NJ -- The Bnai Keshet Book Club, open to all, invites the community to nourish their bodies and minds and attend a fun, free evening of community building and book discussion on Tuesday,...

Weekend Arts & Entertainment Calendar: January 23 – 26

Lots of great events to enjoy this weekend! From live music and concerts, to comedy and theater, to films and social events, this is your guide to what’s happening: Live Music / Concerts Thursday, January 23 ...

Bloomfield Fire Chief Says Investigation of Tuesday’s Fire Ruled Out Foul Play

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- Bloomfield Fire Department Chief Louis Venezia has issued the following statement regarding the fire which broke out at 55 Washington St. on Tuesday morning: “While the cause of the fire is still...

Montclair Women Speak at 2020 NYC Women’s March

Jessica Henry and Karen Cahn, both from Montclair, were among the speakers at the 2020 NYC Women's March on Saturday January 18, 2020. Henry spoke about criminal justice reform and felony disenfranchisement. Cahn is the...

Montclair Parents Call For Resignation of Montclair Schools Interim Superintendent

A number of Montclair parents had a response during public comment at Wednesday's Montclair Board of Education meeting to a statement made by Interim Montclair Schools Superintendent Dr. Nathan Parker. They asked for his immediate...

Montclair Mayor Announces Zero Municipal Tax Increase in 2020 Budget

MONTCLAIR, NJ – Montclair will hold its municipal elections in May. On Wednesday morning, Mayor Robert Jackson sent out this announcement regarding Montclair's municipal tax rate and the current council's involvement: The 2020 budget for...

No Injuries at Washington St. Blaze; Bloomfield Fire Dept. Receives Assistance from Neighboring Municipalities

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -- The fire that broke out this morning at 55 Washington St. has been completely extinguished, with no civilians or Firefighters injured. The four alarm fire was reported at 7:48am. Irvington, East...
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Councilwoman Baskerville to Hold Community Meeting on Proposed South End AT&T Communications Installation

Councilwoman Dr. Renee Baskerville invites the public to an urgent community planning meeting which will be held Tuesday, January 28, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., in Fire Headquarters, 1 Pine Street. The meeting will focus...

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