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Mother Matters: Autumn gives motherly advice

Autumn leaves change, adjust to the climate, provide sustenance, and transform: all good lessons for mothers, writes Loyla Louvis in "Mother Matters."

Play ball! Mountainside Park is fully renovated

BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS winters@montclairlocal.newsThe newly-renovated ball field in Mountainside Park reopened Friday, Oct. 5, with Mayor Jackson throwing the first pitch.The recreation baseball program players joined the mayor and township officials to get their...
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Fall into fall with the ABCs of Montclair

Get out your phones, your datebooks, your Hipster PDAs — whatever you use — and put down some dates. Fall in Montclair is already hopping, and the season hasn’t even officially started yet!To help...
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Summer snaps and Aliyah Elizabeth-Rose Gibson

Lyric Gibson and her 9-month-old daughter, Aliyah Elizabeth-Rose, enjoy Brookdale Park, August 2019. Send us your summer snaps, Montclair!
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Mother Matters: Strategies for a nice September day

Pause, compartmentalize, breathe and decompress, to have a good September day, writes Loyla Louvis in the latest "Mother Matters."

Photos: First day of school in Montclair

Montclair children went back to school, today, Sept. 5.
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Summer snaps and Max Karlsen

Rising third-grader Max Karlsen had fun at the beach and indoors too this summer. Send us your summer, and Indian summer snaps, Montclair!

Photos: Back to school with new haircuts & backpacks

With 500 hot dogs, 800 hamburgers, games, free haircuts, face painting, and a free basketball clinic, the Montclair Sentinels 16 and several other neighborhood organizations and businesses again send the kids back to school...
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Summer snaps and Jared Roman

Rising third-grader Jared Roman enjoys summer vacation at the ball game, and on the dock.Did you do anything fun this summer? Planning Indian Summer getaways?Send us one of your favorite pics of you and...

Parents of children dependent on wheelchairs claim all-access park is not

Iris Mehler dreamed of a space where her children and their friends could play side-by-side, including those in wheelchairs.