Letters to the editor, May 24

Montclair loses grand estate The former home of Montclair African-American business and athletic leader Aubrey Lewis, built in 1907 by renowned Montclair Arts and Crafts architect Dudley Van Antwerp, has been razed, making way for...

Letters to the editor, Aug. 2

Return trips to Lackawanna Station for Planning Board The supermarket designer says using train sheds “ would be gorgeous”….it’s time for this developer to finally do something great for Montclair’s downtown. The Planning Board’s recent Lackawanna...

Letters to the editor, Dec. 7

Congrats to MHS football on another state title What makes Montclair different from other towns in New Jersey? I think it is: MHS Pride, MHS History, and MHS Families. Montclair football and Montclair athletics, We...

Letters to the editor, Oct. 25

For the Silent MinorityOn a recent Saturday afternoon on one of Montclair’s tidy side streets, two men in red T-shirts and caps strode up the sidewalk, stopping in front of an immaculate red brick...

Letters to the editor, June 15

An old Mountie’s feeling I’m fairly sure that I speak for most of the Montclair High School alums (and I happily include those from the Mountie class of 2017, who will soon join our ranks),...

Letters to the editor, Sept. 27

What town do the historic society members live in?Maybe if you live nowhere near Lackawanna Station you would think that more parking spaces wouldn’t be critical. Have the Historical Society members tried parking nearby...

Letters to the editor, June 14

‘Meet me at the Lackawanna’ Lackawanna Station is the most iconic structure in Montclair and has been for more than 100 years. Everyone reading this will agree that Montclair is a special place, renowned for day-tripping...

Letters to the editor, April 26

Taking responsibility I started this letter after the Parkland shooting, at a time when the memory was fresh in my mind. I wish I could say I’ve never felt hurt the way I did when I...

Letters to the editor, April 5

Councilman: I’m not running for U.S. Congress As many of you know, it is no secret that I aspire to continue to serve the public in elected office—if the people would have me. I am...

Letters to the editor, March 1

Protecting our school children and teachers Having graduated from both the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia and the U.S. Secret Service Dignitary Protection School in Washington, D.C., I offer the following information. The U.S. Secret Service...