Montclair justice advocates call for police transparency

Montclair justice advocates are asking the police department and town for increased transparency, including the use of body-worn cameras by officers.

Obituary: Project Graduation co-founder Lorraine Ghibaudi

Lorraine Ghibaudi, a research scientist who co-founded Montclair’s Project Graduation, died peacefully in her sleep on Mother’s Day, May 10. She was 85.

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.

Montclair Fourth of July Parade goes virtual

The parade is one of Montclair's most beloved traditions.

Recipe of the month: fire up the grill, with summer salmon

Grilled salmon tacos with pickled onions, guacamole and homemade corn tortillas is a great way to kick off summer, writes Steven DeSalvo.

History and Heritage: Howard and Northern and Independence Day

The 1907 Independence Day Committee of Montclair invited southerner William J. Northern and Gen. Oliver Otis Howard to speak.

Obituary: Rev. Harvey James Ballance

The Rev.  Harvey James Ballance died at home in Montclair on June 23. He was 89.Father Harvey was born in Orange on April 6,...

Obituary: Carl Vincent Murray

Carl Vincent Murray, formerly of Montclair, died suddenly at his home in East Orange on June 21. He was 74.  Mr. Murray was born and...

Photos: Peaceful Ride Out for Black Lives

Bikers and skaters gatthered on Sunday, June 28, for a loop around Montclair in the Peaceful Ride Out for Black Lives.
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Coconut cake and history: baking to fight racism and anxiety

Rachel Wyman, of Montclair Bread Company, started #MBCbakealong to ease anxiety. The coconut cake challenged raised money to fight racism, too.