Montclair's restaurants and cafes are switching to take-out only, and numerous other businesses have closed, as ordered by the state, to stem the COVID-19 outbreak.
Montclair businesses affected by the COVID pandemic can apply for up to $10,000 to pay the rent under a new state program.
“After too many months to count, buses are back rolling again,” a message on the DeCamp website said.
by ERIN ROLL email@example.comAfter seven years serving crafters in the Montclair area, Rock Paper Scissors will be saying goodbye this weekend.The Bloomfield Avenue fabric and craft supplies store is closing its doors for good this...
By LINDA MOSS firstname.lastname@example.org With this price cut, maybe now you can afford Yankee legend Yogi Berra’s former home in Montclair, a lavish Tudor mansion. The price tag for the 1.4-acre estate on Wayside Place has been...
King's grocery store will stay in Montclair despite bankruptcy, while Lidl appears to be some time away from arriving at Lackawanna Plaza.
Building houses Mesob, Shade Store, Ani Ramen and condos.