Renée Baskerville

Baskerville honored with Outstanding Regional Elected Official Award

The New Jersey Federation of Democratic Women (NJFDW) will present Councilwoman Renée Baskerville with its 2018 Outstanding Regional Elected Official Award.
Lloyd Raod

While residents lament tree loss, much bigger plans in motion for Lloyd Road

An application for “Lloyd Estate,” a massive compound proposed for two properties on Undercliff and Lloyd roads, was filed with the planning department on Tuesday.

September property sales in Montclair

The following Montclair properties were reported sold during the month of September according to Zillow: Sept. 4: 77 Gordonhurst Ave. (4 bed, 2 bath), $805,000 Sept. 4: 128 Cooper Ave. (8 bed, 4 bath), $1.5 million Sept....

PHOTOS: Glenridge Parklet opens

On Friday, Sept. 28, Mayor Robert Jackson, BID Director Israel Cronk and other officials will open a new seasonal parklet on Glenridge Avenue.
gender gap

Montclair women still underpaid compared to male counterparts

Data from the Census paints a dire picture for Montclair’s gender gap numbers.

Montclair High School students describe disruptions after staircase collapse

By ERIN ROLL With four staircases and two floors blocked off at Montclair High School, students and staff have had to adjust to a change in routine. A staircase collapse this month has caused 31 classrooms...

Montclair pedestrian injured on Grove Street

  A Montclair man was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of Grove Street and Gordonhurst Avenue on Tuesday morning. The 53-year-old man was walking west on Gordonhurst Avenue toward Grove Street at about 8:56...

Repairs to start on Bloomfield Avenue overpass in Montclair on Oct. 3

The State Department of Transportation intends to start replacement of the Bloomfield Avenue overpass, which spans the NJ Transit tracks near the Bay Street train station, on Oct. 3. Drivers and mass transit users in...

Lackawanna shared-parking plan calls for 360 spots less than required

Lackawanna Plaza developers presented a parking plan to the planning board Monday night proposing a total of 457 spots for the retail and housing development, rather than the 817 spots required, relying on the closeness of mass transit and a shared-parking strategy plan.

After the flood: Theater helps theater, donates props

Millburn's Paper Mill Playhouse donated props to Montclair's Studio Players, after Studio lost much of its stock during the August floods.