PHOTOS: Montclair Families Belong Together March and Rally

Montclair Mommies and Daddies Facebook group member Rebecca Burch organizes a Families Belong Together march and rally, meeting Sat. morning, June 23, at Rand Park, for a walk down Park Street to rally at...

Parklets to crop up again this year

A “parklet” - a mini-park that can fit in any on-street parking space - can offer that space.
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Town looks to limit building heights

A proposed change to limit building heights in the area of Bloomfield Avenue and Church Street from six to four stories for prospective developments has the mayor concerned it could open the town to lawsuits.

PHOTOS: Graduation night for Montclair High’s class of 2018

Montclair High School held its 151st commencement ceremony Thursday night, June 21, at the MHS amphitheater on Park Street. The school's Class of 2018, more than 500 students strong and joined by friends and...

Montclair High graduation: Class of 2018 graduates with reminder to work for better world

By ERIN ROLL It was a festive night Thursday as 516 members of Montclair High School's Class of 2018 began the next chapter of their lives. Amid the pomp and circumstance of the traditional graduation ceremony...
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Why your sewer bill is higher, but water is the same

While water rates stayed flat for 2018, sewer rates went up this year for Montclair households.

PHOTOS: Montclair High holds pre-prom at Van Vleck

Montclair High School held its senior prom on June 19. Students and family met at the Van Vleck Mansion and Gardens for the traditional pre-prom picture taking.

Montclair schools start looking at Pre-K expansion efforts

By ERIN ROLL With the announcement of new state funding for Pre-K, Montclair may seek funding in hopes of expanding its Pre-K services. Currently the Montclair Community Pre-K handles Montclair’s three and four year olds. The...

Montclair BOE can’t excuse itself from case against Turner, DOE says

By ERIN ROLL The Department of Education has denied Montclair Board of Education’s request to excuse itself from a complaint filed against BOE member Franklin Turner by a resident challenging his residency status. In response to...

Citing ‘recent issues’ Lackawanna developer postpones hearing

By Jaimie Julia Winters About 20 residents and historians attended the planning board hearing Monday night, June 18, with plans of presenting opposition to Lackawanna redevelopers’ proposal to raze the historic train sheds, only to...