$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.
water sewer

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.
boil water

Warning: Water company issues ‘cloudy’ water alert

Montclair's water provider, North Jersey District Water Supply Commission, recently failed to filter its water supply correctly, according to release issued by the commission on May 22."We routinely monitor your water for turbidity (cloudiness)....

In Brief: Information session planned on upcoming train changes

Representative Mikie Sherrill will host a NJ Transit Information Session on Wednesday, May 29, at Buzz Aldrin Middle School in Montclair due to the impending commuter changes planned for this summer. Sherrill will be...

Some Montclair NJ Transit riders to be diverted to Hoboken beginning in June

Beginning June 17, NJ TRANSIT will be temporarily diverting select Midtown Direct rail service on the Montclair-Boonton Line (MOBO) to Hoboken, in order to accommodate vital Amtrak repair work that will take two tracks...

Montclair tops 25 towns in downtown trash efficiency

There are now 70 Bigbelly bins in Montclair at a yearly cost of $121,106.

Deal to supply Glen Ridge development with water tabled

The 110-unit housing complex at 277 Baldwin Ave. in Glen Ridge cannot connect new water lines since the town is at “insufficient capacity” and is asking Montclair to supply its water.
utility

Power lines vs. tree canopy: Law would give utilities free rein on tree management

With more towns now treating their tree canopies as assets to be properly maintained, downed trees could become a main threat to power lines.
boil water

In brief: Residents asked to limit water use during repair work

The North Jersey District Water Supply Commission (NJDWSC) will be performing maintenance and repair work beginning Saturday evening, March 2,  through the morning of Sunday, March 3.Beginning Friday, March 1, customers may notice a...