Montclair police crack down on drivers illegally passing school buses

By ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsMotorists be warned: Don’t even think about going around that stopped school bus, or risk getting a $250 fine and a court...

Culture in brief: Montclair Literary Festival begins tomorrow

Succed2gether’s Montclair Literary Festival, begins tonight, Wednesday, March 20, and will run through Sunday, March 24. Here are some picks.

News in brief: ArtPride People’s Choice awards announced, Montclair wins eight

Montclair won eight awards in the annual People's Choice Awards sponsored by JerseyArts.com and ArtPride, out of 115 nominees.

Culture in brief: Lia Galletti at the Julián Espinal Art Project

The Julián Espinal Art Project presents the exhibition “Interspaces,” by the artist Lia Galletti, from March 16 to April 10 at 5 South Willow St.

All write now: writing is a numbers game

Writing is a numbers, game, writes Steph Auteri in the latest "All Write Now." Want to get published? Send out queries and manuscripts, over and over.

Montclair Cross Country: MKA’s Schaller commits to Northeastern

Montclair Kimberley Academy senior distance runner Anna Schaller had to find just the right fit for college, and she found it at Northeastern University.

Montclair Basketball: Immaculate boys fall short at Gill St. Bernard’s

Immaculate Conception's boys basketball team couldn't keep up with the potent Gill St. Bernard's squad, falling in the NJSIAA semifinals.

Montclair Basketball: ICHS girls NJSIAA run ends with Saddle River Day

The Immaculate Conception girls basketball team's season came to an end against Saddle River Day, but there is a lot to look forward to in the future.

Montclair Wrestling: MHS Williams makes history in NJSIAA girls meet

Montclair High School senior Jaala Williams was part of New Jersey sports history when she placed second at the NJSIAA girls wrestling championships.

Montclair Hockey: Mounties fall to Paramus, 3-0, in NJSIAA tournament

Montclair High School's hockey season came to an abrupt end during the NJSIAA Public A Tournament as they fell to Paramaus, 3-0.

History and heritage: The distinguished Fernald family; nature or nurture?

Montclair's Fernald family were very accomplished, writes historian Mike Farrelly in the latest "History and Heritage. Genetic makeup, or instilled values?

Montclair Athletics: MSU Hall of Fame football, baseball coach Fred Hill...

Legendary Rutgers University baseball coach Fred Hill Sr., who also spent seven years at Montclair State University, died on Saturday, March 2. He was 84.