Museums, libraries and cultural institutions have been given permission to start reopening today, July 2, though they will be limited to no more than 25 percent of their total patron capacity at a time, and social-distancing and mask-wearing rules will need to be enforced.
If the spread of COVID-19 stays contained, New Jersey public schools will be open for in-person instruction this fall.
The opening of casinos joins a list of new openings tomorrow that include outdoor amusement and water parks, museums and libraries, and indoor recreation areas such as bowling alleys and shooting ranges. Gyms and fitness centers have been allowed to open for individualized instruction only.
By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS Photos and video by Kate AlbrightOn July 1, the day Montclair’s new mayor and council were being sworn in, 1,086 ballots fluttered in the wind outside of town hall — the...
A group of about 30 Montclairians took to the streets Tuesday, June 30, to protest what one of the neighbors called an act of racial bias by a white neighbor against a Black family.
All visitors will be screened with a temperature check upon entrance. Any visitor showing symptoms of COVID-19 will not be admitted. Additionally, any visitor who refuses to wear PPE will not be admitted.
From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter, a Community Conversation featuring a panel of educators and racial justice activists, hosted by Restorative Justice Montclair (RJM), will take place via Zoom on Tuesday, June 30 from 4 to 6 p.m.
The new Township Council will be sworn in on July 1.