raccoon

Animal safety: Raccoon bites dog

Sonia Rapaport's 3-year-old Portuguese water dog Teddy got in a scuffle with a raccoon yesterday. What to do if you're in a brawl.
COVID-19 deaths

COVID-19: Montclair sees two more deaths from COVID-19

Montclair has four reported deaths from COVID-19 as of Tuesday, and a total of 21 positive cases, according to state and local health officials.
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Montclair Police Blotter, May 23

BURGLARY/THEFT Tuesday, May 14—Theft of a delivered package containing a pair of sneakers from the front foyer area of an apartment building on Trinity Place. Wednesday, May 15—Theft of a 2010 Ford Edge from the...

Suspects named in Montclair hit-and-run and pursuit

At 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 22, a Montclair police officer stopped a vehicle for various motor violations. During that time, police learned that the vehicle had been stolen. The vehicle fled, and in the process, the driver struck a Montclair officer.
employees

Township employees return to in-person work

Municipal employees returned to in-person work on Sept. 8. Social distancing and safety measures are in place.
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Police: Man assaulted by group on Church Street

A Newark resident reported being accosted and assaulted by a group of people on Church Street on Friday, March 13.
COVID discharges

COVID-19: More patients being discharged from hospitals than admitted, Murphy says

The number of people being admitted to hospitals across the state due to COVID-19 had dropped almost in half from Thursday to Friday, according to state officials.
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Montclair Police Blotter, May 2

BURGLARY/THEFT Wednesday, April 24—Possible burglary to a Clinton Avenue residence. Jewelry from a master bedroom was noticed missing. There was no sign of forced entry to the home. Thursday, April 25—Theft of a wallet from...
testing asymptomatic people

COVID-19: New Jersey to expand testing to asymptomatic people

Priority will be given to asymptomatic health care workers, those who live in congregate living settings, and people who have come into contact with someone who has COVID-19.