Montclair African American Heritage Foundation Parade

In brief: African American Heritage parade and festival this weekend

The 2019 Grand Marshals of the African American Heritage Parade, set for June 1, are William Scott and Betty Halloway. The parade kicks off at 10:30 a.m. at Glenfield Park at Maple and Bloomfield...

Montclair family celebrating Apollo 11 launches rocket to the delight of onlookers

About 20 people showed up Saturday morning to witness the launch of a Saturn 5 model rocket to commemorate man’s first walk on the moon

In brief: Walk Lackawanna Plaza this weekend

Take a walking tour of Lackawanna Plaza this weekend.
Sterington House

History and Heritage: ‘Bent horn,’ and drama at the Sterington House

By MIKE FARRELLY For Montclair Local“History & Heritage” is a series on Montclair history, written by representatives of the Montclair History Center and the Montclair Public Library. Mike Farrelly is a trustee of the Montclair...

Montclair Brewery celebrates black culture with microbrews

During Black History Month, the Montclair Brewery will be concocting a new brew every week for their Walnut Street business.

Students honor two women at African American Achievement Dinner

Smith-Morgan, Rapoport honored by CGI.
train sheds

Could saving Lackawanna train sheds derail supermarket?

By Jaimie Julia Winters The need for a supermarket at the Lackawanna Plaza site, and parking to go with it, was weighed against historical preservation as testimony continued at the May 14 planning board meeting. Last...
post office

Recalling the post office shooting, 25 years later

Retired Chief of Police Thomas J. Russo, and broadcaster Carl Kraus, recall+ the shooting at the post office in Watchung Plaza, 25 years later.

Montclairites remember moon landing

We asked our readers to send us their personal memories of July 20, 1969. 

The pandemic of 1918 and Montclair history

The pandemic of 1918 and its impact on Montclair is one of the upcoming talks in the "History at Home" series by the Montclair History Center.