COVID-19: testing available, numbers going down

As the curve continues to diminish, and numbers of cases decline, Murphy asks for New Jerseyans to be tested so the state can collect data.

Robin’s Nest: Adapting for your home and pet

By ROBIN WOODS For Montclair LocalRobin Woods is a local girl-about-town, writing about activities, stores, restaurants, andinteresting people that catch her eye. She's written memoirs...

Montclair cancels Fourth of July celebrations

On Thursday, the Montclair Celebrates July 4th committee announced that the celebrations would be canceled, due to ongoing restrictions on public gatherings due to COVID-19.

Shavuot: all-nighter, with dairy

On Shavuot, Jews study late into the evening, and, traditionally eat dairy foods. Here is a local congregant's recipe for blintzes.

Montclair WWII veteran reflects on his service

Montclair World War II veteran James Brunson turned 101 on May 10, and has a wealth of experience to share with the generations which followed his.

Mother Matters: steps for spring cleaning

In her latest "Mother Matters," Loyla Louvis suggests steps to make spring-cleaning effective and easy. Collaborate and celebrate!

Montclair scouts hold ‘camp-in’

Montclair Cub Scouts pitched their tents at home, connected with Zoom, and held a Camp-In, with s'mores, songs, and jokes — one from Stephen Colbert.

CP Soccer goes global, while social distancing

CP Soccer hosted more than 110 players from six continents in a historic online soccer training session last Saturday, May 16.

Community Outreach Program (COP) of OLMC says ‘thank you’

The Community Outreach Program (COP) of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, which began in 2016, has brought food every day to first responders.

Local Writing/Anderson Park: ‘The Wishing Willow’ by Vaurie Wilson

Vaurie Wilson's "The Wishing Willow,' the third winner in the Anderson Park Short Story contest, imagines good kid — and bullies — and a magic tree.

Valentina Roever wins National Archives contest

Valentina Roever didn't know she had won the grand prize in the "Rightfully Hers Youth Art Competition" until she arrived at the National Archives.

In brief: MAM announces interim director

The Montclair Art Museum has announced that Ira Wagner has been appointed interim director. Wagner began his tenure on Monday, May 18. 

Montclair Literary Festival, at home

Montclair Literary Festival offers its ticketed author conversations online, and some authors and editors find there is a new intimacy in that.
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CP Soccer goes global, while social distancing

CP Soccer hosted more than 110 players from six continents in a historic online soccer training session last Saturday, May 16.