Montclair Mayor Spiller urges expanded background checks for gun sales

He praised President Joe Biden's recent moves toward more gun control, and urged "MoreThanThoughtsAndPrayers."

Flat funding: Can Montclair library services, Bellevue branch return?

The township council is planning to continue the same funding levels it put in place in the pandemic. 21 staffers were let go last year.

Montclair prepares for legal weed

Now that recreational marijuana use is legal in New Jersey, Montclair has until Aug. 21 to implement laws regulating establishments that sell it. 

Montclair Mayor Spiller appoints three new school board members

For the first time, the majority of members will be appointed by the current mayor, who is also the incoming president of the state's teachers union.

Special assessment tax for property owners in Montclair BID won’t increase this year

Property owners within the Montclair Center Business Improvement District will not see an increase in this year’s special assessment tax bill.

Planning board advised to OK plans for Orange Road Garage

Montclair’s Planning Board members say they’re concerned the Orange Road garage won’t be able to accommodate enough cars for special events.

Remembering Julia Miller: Educator, activist, leader, intellectual, mom

When she and her husband, Don, moved into Stanford Place, they desegregated an all-white neighborhood. It's just one note in a life full of remarkable events.

Johnson & Johnson vaccine use ‘paused’ — What that means for Montclair

The township had been distributing J&J vaccine to homebound and senior residents.

75% of elementary students coming back to Montclair schools (Photos from 1st day)

But a majority of Montclair High School students plan to remain on remote instruction, district figures show.

Montclair elementary students in school for first time in a year (PHOTOS)

It's been a long, bumpy journey — but Montclair students began their hybrid learning schedule Monday for the first time since the pandemic began.