PSEG work will cause power outage for some next Tuesday

Electric service will be interrupted on Tuesday, Feb. 11, from approximately 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. for a portion of Ward 3

Thwart Montclair porch pirates this season

BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS winters@montclairlocal.newsPackage thefts are on the rise in Montclair this holiday season, according to police reports.In two days, six residents reported over $2,100 worth of merchandise stolen from in front of their...

In brief: Commuters can now see if trains, buses are delayed, canceled

NJ Transit launched this week its online dashboard, which will report on-schedule performance, mechanical reliability and the causes for delays and cancellations.

In brief: Hydrant flushing could cause discolored water

The Montclair Water Bureau began fall fire hydrant flushing Monday, Oct. 7.

Anti-gun violence mural spurs controversy, and another point of view on the right to...

A mural installed under the Chestnut Street raises concerns about community input when public art about controversial issues is installed.

Transit transparency: Monthly reports will tell you how your commute is going

For commuters who depend on NJ Transit to get them in and out of the city every weekday, they will soon know just how bad — or good — their commute actually is.

In brief: PSE&G asking customers to lower power usage

PES&G is asking Montclair customers to reduce power consumption to help avoid power outages in town.

$100K clock allegedly stolen from Lackawanna Station

The theft of a clock reportedly valued at $100,000 from the former Pig & Prince restaurant located in the historic Lackawanna Plaza is being investigated by police.

In brief: Bay Street night, weekend rates drop

The night and weekend hourly parking rate will go from $2 to $1 at the Bay Street parking deck.
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Sewer rates rise, water fees remain flat

Sewer rates went up by about 16.5 percent this year for the average Montclair household, water rates did not.