Russian spy house set for $200,000 renovation

By LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlcocal.newsA Clifton real estate investor is looking to turn a Montclair house, once owned by Russian spies, from an eyesore into a showcase, planning to invest more than $200,000 in renovations and...
short-term rentals

Short-term rentals now taxed as hotels

Over 300 Montclairites open their homes to short-term renters through sites such as Airbnb, FlipKey or hometogo.
wind port recovery

New Jersey hopes new wind port will boost post-COVID recovery

New Jersey will see the building of a wind port next year that is expected to bring much-needed economic benefits to the region as the state recovers from the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Midtown Parking Lot to close Jan. 4

The Midtown Parking Lot on Glenridge Avenue will close for construction on Monday, Jan, 4.

With protest set, officials look to speed up Lackawanna project

By LINDA MOSS With a protest about the project looming this weekend, some township officials want the approval process for the Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment, and the replacement of the shopping center’s long-shuttered Pathmark, to be...

Tale of controversial ice cream shop logo goes viral

By LINDA MOSS Seemingly reflecting the national zeitgeist regarding sexual harassment, a story about a Montclair ice cream shop’s controversial logo, which some claimed was offensive to women, went viral and was picked up by...
liquor license

No takers – $1 M liquor license fails to garner bids

By Jaimie Julia Winters winters@montclairlocal.newsNo one showed up for the Nov. 28 public auction of the township’s new liquor license.Applications were to be received by Nov. 15 with all pre-qualifiers being notified by Nov....

Montclair Social Club seeks liquor license expansion

Montclair Social Club owner Jason Miller is remodeling his 499-501 Bloomfield Ave. business and wants to expand his liquor license to include the second floor and a sidewalk café at 499-501 Bloomfield Ave. 

Personal grooming shops reopen in next step for Montclair

Barbers, salons, tattoo and nail parlors all got back to business in Montclair, and customers are happy to see it even with new COVID-19 restrictions.