‘Boardroom Skate’ is for girls

Boardroom Skate meets on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. to encourage girls and non-binary people to learn to skate.

Montclair pools to open July 13; passes on sale Wednesday

Mountainside and Nishuane Pools will open on Monday, July 13, but at half capacity due to COVID-19.

Welcome to Montclair: dads about dads, for Father’s Day

Montclair dads talk about "dad-town," Montclair, what they love and also find challenging about being a father here, in "Welcome to Montclair."

PHOTOS: Students for Justice hold space

Students for Justice, an organization made up of NJ students dedicated in fighting for all social justice movements, held a solidarity space and candle lighting at Watchung Plaza on Sunday, June 14.

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.

News-O-Matic offers a safe window to the world

The online newspaper for kids, News-O-Matic, co-founded by Montclair's Russell Kahn, offers a window into the world that is safe and informative.

COVID-19: Facing challenges of social distancing

Scrabble, Fortnite, and other games; schedules, watching movies and cooking together, as well as talking on the phone, can all ease social distancing.

Montclair’s bears and rainbows

Montclairites are going on bear hunts and are in search of rainbows. 

Family wins fight for wheelchair play equipment at Watsessing Park

The parents of 11-year-old Kereni, who has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair, said their push to get wheelchair accessible play items added to newly-opened Watsessing Park all-inclusive playground is closer to being heard.