How to make watermelon and tomato gazpacho (Recipe of the Month)

Two of the foods I associate most with summer are tomatoes and watermelon. Eating either on a warm summer day is the ultimate treat.

Indoor activities in Montclair and other ways to beat the brutal heat

Temperatures are rising in Montclair once again.

She’s Black, gay, loves STEM and hopes to be the next Miss USA NJ

Taylor Lee hopes to defy expectations in the pageant, and change what she calls the "cookie cutter" stereotype of what a contestant should be.
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Upcoming blood drivers in Montclair

The Montclair NAACP Health Committee is partnering with Central Presbyterian Church to host upcoming blood drivers.Donors can register at redcrossblood.org and searching for drives...

His goal: Visibility for Montclair’s LGBTQ seniors

LGBTQ seniors can find concerns of isolation and marginalization heightened. Bill Courson wants them to know support and community are available.

In Montclair, this bookmobile got rolling in 1969 (History and Heritage)

In addition to bringing around the book wagon, staff members held registration drives for library cards and did extensive programming.

Favorite flowers, season by season (Gardening for Life)

Environmental activist Jose German-Gomez recommends "working with rather than against nature."

Rethinking the police blotter (Welcome to Montclair)

What about kids, good deeds, drama?

Montclair’s Bill Zuppa rides 300 miles to raise money for family at special ed....

Every year for the last quarter-century, Bill Zuppa, 65, has ridden his bike in memory for long, arduous journeys, in memory of his nephew, Georgie Caunt.

Montclair’s Yogi Berra: Forever a legend, now on a Forever Stamp

The stamp was unveiled Thursday at the museum bearing Berra's name.