Letters to the editor, Jan. 25

Winter gardening I hope folks will come to my vegetable garden at 56 Gordonhurst Ave., Montclair, from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 3, to see how I raise most of my family’s vegetables year-round...
Marijuana smoker

Legal marijuana standards need to protect our kids (Letter)

Former Police Chief Thomas J. Russo also says it's important the same standards apply throughout New Jersey.

Letters to the editor, June 13

New schedule at Glenfield Middle SchoolMy name is Olivia Beck, and I am a seventh grader at Glenfield Middle School. I am writing to you concerning the new schedule at Glenfield that will be...

Letters to the editor, March 14

Show vision, encourage Montclair parkletsMontclair is a beautiful town, but it is one that has many problems. One of these is that it is a town that is centered around the car and not...

Logging bills a threat to Montclair-area parks (Letter)

"Active logging in these parks would displace hikers, dog walkers, birdwatchers and even dirt bikers from being able to enjoy these wooded sanctuaries," Bill Beren writes.

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...

Suspending services? Then Montclair needs a tax holiday (Letter)

Writer Adam Buchanan says between suspended recycling and closed school buildings, it's time to give Montclair's taxpayers a break.

Letters to the editor, Sept. 14

More time to see Tango Vinny Tango is a dear friend of mine. His artwork of Montclair over several years says it all about where his heart lies. Montclair is most fortunate to have his artistic...

Letters to the editor, Oct. 31

Go to the pollsThe League of Women Voters of the Montclair Area urges all registered voters to go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 5 to exercise their right to vote and have a...

I’m glad for coming changes to NJ marijuana law (Letter)

Former Police Chief Thomas Russo says parents need to be notified when their kids are caught with pot.