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Montclair schools expect rise in spending for curriculum, special education

Montclair's schools could be spending as much as $2,762,387 more in items related to curriculum, special education and department-specific items next year.

Get ready to be counted Montclair, Census 2020 is here

During the 2010 Census, portions of Montclair were undercounted, according to Anne Mernin, the local chair of Census 2020’s Complete Count Committee.

UPDATE: Students, parents:, there’s no teacher teaching AP Physics

It’s halfway through the school year and Montclair High School still does not have a full-time AP physics teacher since the previous teacher announced his departure last May.

Spiller, Baskerville will vie for mayor seat

Third Ward Councilman Sean Spiller and Fourth Ward Councilwoman Renee Baskerville announced plans to run for mayor Monday, Feb. 10.
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School community gives input on superintendent search

The school district presented two forums, moderated by Charlene Peterson of the New Jersey School Boards Association, on the superintendent search on Feb. 10.

Montclair Police Blotter, Feb. 11

The police blotter is provided to Montclair Local at the discretion of the Montclair Police Department, and may not reflect the complete scope of police activity.

Photos: Artisan’s crafts for Valentine’s Day

An artisan Valentine-themed market in partnership with the Eclectic Chic Boutique of Montclair and Lovelee Art Studios of Bloomfield attracts dozen of shoppers to the dozen vendors, a kids’ craft station, a gift basket-making...

South End residents concerned with cell tower proposal

Residents meet to discuss proposed AT&T telecommunications facility at 310 and 320 Orange Road.

District architects give overview of pending school repairs

At the Jan. 22 Board of Education meeting, district architect Parette Somjen presented an overview of recently completed projects and an overview projects slated for this year.

When it comes to Montclair’s Ash trees, biologist says some are worth treating, cut...

In Montclair, 2,000 ash trees on public property — roughly 10 percent of the township's stock — are set for the chopping block over the next two years in order to fight the emerald ash borer.