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COVID-19: New Jersey may see surge of cases in early April

Regions of New Jersey could see a surge in COVID-19 cases over the next week, with northern New Jersey expected to see a surge during the first week of April, said Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli.
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Montclair residents voice concerns over Turtle Back Zoo expansion

Montclair residents are raising concerns about Essex County's proposal to expand Turtle Back Zoo into part of South Mountain Reservation.

COVID-19: Facing challenges of social distancing

Scrabble, Fortnite, and other games; schedules, watching movies and cooking together, as well as talking on the phone, can all ease social distancing.
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COVID-19: A full timeline of Montclair Local’s coverage

This page will serve as an archive for a day-by-day timeline of Montclair Local's coverage of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, with the most recent stories at the top. This page will be updated regularly.Thursday,...

COVID-19: State’s numbers are down but Montclair’s continue to climb

The number of cases of Montclair COVID-19 cases among its residents climbed from 79 to 96 today, said township health officials. 

COVID-19: Montclarites use tech to bond while staying apart

In the era of COVID-19 and social distancing, Montclair residents are using technology like Zoom and Google Hangouts to connect virtually online.

COVID-19: State gives projections with and without social distancing

The confirmed number of COVID-19 cases in Montclair has reached 79

COVID-19: Montclair residents supporting essential workers

Montclair shows its appreciation for workers on the front line by cheering at 7 p.m., and donating PPE and meals for workers.

COVID-19: Montclair cases rise to 64

The number of positive COVID-19 cases in New Jersey rose by more than 2,000 for second straight day, while a travel advisory is now in effect for the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut tri-state area.

COVID-19: Montclair up to 55 cases; no new deaths

Montclair has five new cases of COVID-19, bringing the township total to 55, as the number of statewide cases passes 11,000. However, there were no additional deaths reported in the township on Saturday, March 28.