Montclair Student shovels snow, collects computers to help others

Montclair High School junior Alex Veldran ran a friends and family drive to collect used laptops to donate to Laptop Upcycle. And then he shoveled driveways to increase his campaign success.

The growing season is here, so get going (Gardening for Life)

Gardening has become more important than ever. Few activities have been better for managing the stress and depression caused by this crisis. 

Programs to help Montclairians jump-start their gardens

As gardening is regaining popularity, two groups are offering sustainable and organic ways to make your garden grow.  

Creating appealing garden beds for wildlife (What’s in Your Backyard)

Attracting humans is relatively simple and amounts to planning a party with hors d’oeuvres and wine. However, attracting wildlife such as birds requires more planning, consideration and attention to detail. 

Karaage: Hot to make fried chicken, Japanese-style (Montclair Eats)

Karaage might not be a word you are familiar with. You also might not think to order it from a menu, but it is a Japanese version of an American favorite: fried chicken. 

Montclair Township Animal Shelter hosts puppy adoption day (VIDEO)

Last weekend, the Montclair Township Animal Shelter held an event to introduce the town to a new batch of adoptable mixed-breed hound puppies and share what the shelter has been doing during the pandemic.

For those without homes, daytime shelter returns to Montclair

By KATE ALBRIGHT for Montclair LocalThe worst of winter was over when lockdown restrictions began in March 2020, but those experiencing homelessness in Montclair no...

Montclair’s Richard Thompson launching memoir in talk with Elvis Costello

The live conversation, with music, will be part of part of Succeed2gether’s Montclair Literary Festival.
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For Montclair’s Grammy-winning McBride, losing Chick Corea was a shock

The Montclair-based musician, teacher, and artistic director of Jazz House Kids brought home his seventh Grammy award on March 14, for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. It

Montclair bands together to put food on the table during COVID-19

If someone told Annette Warner 20 years ago she would be waiting in line at a food pantry in 2020, “I would be like, ‘Hell no,’” she said.