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For first time ever, Montclair gets highest score possible on LGBTQ equality ranking

This year, the township advanced policies on gender-neutral bathrooms and expanded its non-discrimination rules.

Lawsuit says Montclair schools didn’t stop sexual assaults in early 2000s

The suit alleges school officials knew, or should have known about the incidents. It accuses a math teacher who went on to other schools.

It’ll be an ‘Unsilent Night’ at Make Music Winter in Montclair

Participants will parade through the streets with prerecorded tracks that together make up the composition.

Montclair buzzed with live tunes for Make Music Winter (PHOTOS)

The all day event ended with the Phil Klein's Unsilent Night

Tennis fans worry about losing their courts as Montclair plans to expand skate park

Montclair has moved toward expanding its temporary skate park, and taking over all four tennis courts at Rand Park. 

Coronavirus testing in Montclair schools could begin Oct. 11

Board of Education to vote on the $287,302 contract Wednesday.

Magnet system? Busing? Accountability? Issues at Montclair Local forum on BOE

Voters will decide Nov. 2 whether Montclair should have an elected or appointed school board.

Voters in NJ, Montclair reject college sports betting: Election results

New Jersey voters were asked in this year's ballot if a state Constitutional amendment should allow wagering on college sporting events.

Reasons Montclair voters chose to have an elected school board

Activists and community leaders point to changing demographics, dissatisfaction with the status quo and Mayor Sean Spiller's role as the NJEA head.