Civil Rights Commission

Civil Rights Commission works on community-police relations

By Tina Pappasfor Montclair LocalA step towards a more unified Montclair through improved police and community relations remains the top focus of the township’s Civil Rights Commission. The commissioners met with local police recently to...
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Montclair High School closes additional staircases, classrooms during repairs

Montclair High School’s staircase problems continued Friday, even after the school resumed normal operating hours following the Sept. 7 staircase collapse.

COVID-19: Second, third Montclair residents test positive

Two more Montclair residents were diagnosed with the novel coronavirus COVID-19, the township announced Friday afternoon.

Montclair Police Blotter, Oct. 10

ARRESTS Tuesday, Oct. 1—A 66-year-old Bloomfield woman was arrested on the corner of Glenridge Avenue and Baldwin Street and charged with driving while intoxicated. Wednesday, Oct. 2—A 39-year-old Little Falls man was arrested on Upper Mountain...
North Fullerton Fire

Fire breaks out at North Fullerton Avenue apartment building; no injuries reported

By ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsNo injuries were reported when a fire broke out early Sunday morning at an apartment building on North Fullerton Avenue, causing fire damage on four exterior balconies and smoke damage in some...

Dog dies following attack on Mount Hebron Road

By Jaimie Julia Winters winters@montclairlocal.newsA 4-year-old Zuchon-Shih Tzu-Bichon dog, Mochi, was attacked by an American bulldog Saturday, March 9, in the area of Mount Hebron Road and has since died from his injuries. The bulldog,...

Former students of Delia West remember her as a beloved teacher

The Montclair community is mourning the loss of Delia West, a former well-liked elementary school teacher with a 50-year career in the Montclair public schools.

Township lifts state of emergency, but wind chill advisory

By LINDA MOSS and ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsThe Montclair Office of Emergency Management shortly after noon Friday rescinded the state of emergency that was issued yesterday during the snow storm, but the municipality isn't out of...

In brief: Gift card, internet scams on the rise

Law enforcement warns that the holiday season is when consumers should be on high alert for scams.