Cagey, fast fowl escapes capture in Montclair

By LINDA MOSS A fast-moving guinea hen is eluding capture by residents and township animal-control officials as skillfully as the Road Runner escaped from Wile...

Peter Coyl starts work as Montclair Public Library’s new director

by ERIN ROLL Peter Coyl has joined the staff of the Montclair Public Library as its new library director. Coyl is taking the place of David...
Elaine Mary Gaskin

Obituary: Elaine Mary Gaskin

Elaine Mary Gaskin, a longtime Montclair resident, died on Aug. 10, 2017. She was born March 30, 1931, in Newark, the only child of Edward...

Black history month in Montclair: Finding families at the Y

Black history is the subject for a screening off “A Place to Become: Montclair Through the Eyes of the Glenridge Avenue YWCA Women (1920-1965)” on Feb. 18.

Oh, deer! – Geese numbers down, deer on the rise

Summer is here, and Montclairites are dealing with some unwanted guests. Deer forage through residents’ yards and Canada geese take over parks and fields, leaving droppings.
Carol L. Kearney

Obituary: Carol L. Kearney

Carol L. Kearney, 69, the heart and soul of the YMCA of Montclair for over 37 years, died on March 16 at her home...
Veronica (Vera) Sharkey O’Connell

Obituary: Veronica (Vera) Sharkey O’Connell

Mrs. Veronica (Vera) Sharkey O’Connell, of Bloomfield, formerly of Montclair, died on March 20, 2018. Mrs. O’Connell was born Aug. 8, 1928 to Dominic and Delia...

Reenacting the sublime on Palm Sunday: Holy Week begins

Palm Sunday is both joyous and solemn, Montclair clergy say.

Church subdivision allows for the construction of two homes

By TINA PAPPAS for Montclair Local A church in need of funds to maintain its historical building is seeking approval to sell off land to a...