Montclair gets state grant to explore idea of microgrid

By ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsImagine if there were another Sandy-sized power outage in Montclair.It will probably happen.But what if there was a small energy grid, separate from the township’s main grid, that could keep a handful...

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.

Montclair residents, businesses suffer fallout after checks stolen from USPS mailboxes

Some have struggled to pay employees or their rent, and found hassles dealing with compromised accounts.

Police investigate report of teens being stalked in Upper Montclair

Police are looking for a man that allegedly followed two teens and videotaped and/or photographed them yesterday, Sept. 19.
SAFE Streets

Are bike lanes stalling SAFE Streets in Montclair?

BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS winters@montclairlocal.newsMontclair’s plan to implement SAFE Complete Streets, which could result in bike paths in some areas of town, has again been sent back to committee for further study.Planner Janice Talley told...
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Montclair Police Blotter: Feb. 18

The police blotter is provided to Montclair Local at the discretion of the Montclair Police Department, and may not reflect the complete scope of police activity.
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Preparing for the future – Vaccines roll into New Jersey

The vaccine by Pfizer received emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration on Dec. 11. A second vaccine by Moderna is expected to be approved as well.
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Montclair police blotter: Sept. 2, 2020

The police blotter is provided to Montclair Local at the discretion of the Montclair Police Department and may not reflect the complete scope of police activity.
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COVID-19: State officials begin to see COVID-19 cases in schools

Schools are required to close if they identify two or more cases in separate classrooms, which would indicate an outbreak not confined to a particular group of students. 
Streets

Montclair pursues SAFE Streets program

by ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsA long-term project in Montclair to make more of the township’s streets safer for pedestrians and bicyclists, as well as motorists, could be taking a few more steps forward this spring. Montclair is...