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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...

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...

South End residents concerned with cell tower proposal

Residents meet to discuss proposed AT&T telecommunications facility at 310 and 320 Orange Road.
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.

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...
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Crews contain sewage spill at Bonsal Preserve

 By Jaimie Julia Winters winters@montclairlocal.newsA woman enjoying a nature walk through the Alonzo F. Bonsal Preserve this past Sunday noticed a bad smell and cloudy water in the brook that runs through the property. She...

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.

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.

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: Hydrant flushing could cause discolored water

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