Home buyers clamor to get into Montclair, and prices are sky high

Three factors are in play: low inventory, price appreciation and more large homes being sold. 

DeCamp ridership lower than before suspension, but there are signs of growth

DeCamp buses resumed limited service to and from New York City June 14.

Montclair BID beautifies Church Street Circle

Montclair Center BID officials decided to beautify the center circle by planting flowers.

East Side Mags is moving to Bloomfield Ave. — More space to rummage and...

The shop, which laid off employees in the pandemic but has since brought them back, is planning the move for Nov. 1.

Montclair businesses can have pedlets, parklets into the street this year

Some customers still aren’t ready to eat inside crowded restaurants, and Montclair is giving businesses a way to expand their outdoor dining capacity.

DeCamp coming back for ‘limited’ commuter service in June

“After too many months to count, buses are back rolling again,” a message on the DeCamp website said.

Dem Two Hands storefront saying goodbye to Montclair after 30 years

The store will continue online after closing up shop at the end of May.

Ray’s just got $40K worth of help to keep its 40-year tradition alive

It's newest (and youngest) owner struggled in the pandemic, even as customers stayed loyal.

Montclair BID offers grants to help businesses open downtown

$10,000 and $15,000 grants will go to two new or expanding businesses looking to lease space in downtown Montclair.

Vaccinated this month? You can get a free beer at Montclair Brewery

It's one of several nearby breweries taking part in the state's "Shot and a Beer" program.