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History and heritage: When Montclair loved a horse show

In Part Two of an article on Montclair and the horse, historian Mike Farrelly looked at the days when Montclairites rode for sport and pleasure.

Montclair Local Pet of the Week: Leia

Leia is a 15-week-old kitten sweet enough to give you a cavity.Raised as a bottle feeder after being rescued at only three weeks old, she craves human interaction. She loves other cats, has...

COVID-19: Animal shelter seeks parents

Animals can be especially therapeutic now, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Montclair Township Animal shelter seeks parents.

Montclair Local Pet of the Week: Sally

Sally is a 9-year-old gorgeous muted calico.She had an untreated eye infection as a kitten, as a result she is blind in one eye. This does not stop her from being affectionate and playful....

Oh, deer! – Geese numbers down, deer on the rise

Summer is here, and Montclairites are dealing with some unwanted guests. Deer forage through residents’ yards and Canada geese take over parks and fields, leaving droppings.

PHOTOS: Aren’t they a blessing!

They gathered; all ages and all species. Pets, pictures of pets and dear stuffed animals were brought all to be blessed at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair. last weekend.The service draws from the...

Montclair Local Pet of the Week: Melly Belly

Meet Melly Belly. This 4-year-old feline would be a fantastic addition to your family.The Montclair Township Animal Shelter, 77 North Willow St., is open daily from noon to 4 p.m. For information, call...
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A salute to animal control officers

The work of Animal Control Officers is considered essential, and COVID-19 and the shutdown has made it even tougher, as they shift online.

Montclair Local Pet of the Week: Tessie

Tessie will win your heart in an instant. She is an adventurous, active 7-month-old kitty.Born on the streets of East Orange she was taken in with her three sisters.She’s very healthy, spayed,...

What’s in your backyard: a hawk fills the sky

In the debut of "What's in your backyard," Sanford Sorkin describes becoming a birder, and spotting the red-tailed and sharp-skinned hawk.