COVID leaves Montclair athletics directors scrambling

The omicron variant of COVID-19 has made scheduling a juggling act for Montclair athletics directors this winter.

Montclair Skate Park may soon get Sablone sculptures

Next week, Montclair could take another step toward creating a permanent skate park at Rand Park.

Montclair’s landlord-tenant committee to reorganize

The Landlord-Tenant Housing Committee is slated to be reorganized into a new nine-member Landlord-Tenant Advisory Committee with a similar purpose.

Montclair teachers: We were out of the loop on hybrid learning plan

They learned when families did, on New Year’s Eve.

New rules eyed for demolishing historic homes in Montclair

Historic Preservation Commission next meets Thursday, with new members in its lineup.

For some Montclair businesses, the coronavirus surge is just too much

Mike Guerriero, owner of Guerriero’s Gelato, and Rachel Wyman, owner of Montclair Bread Company, say they want to see more support from local officials as they're overwhelmed by constant staff exposures to coronavirus.

These four candidates seek to replace the late Alfred Davis on Montclair school board

Davis died Dec. 2 — making the effective deadline under state law to fill his seat Feb. 5. 

Car plows into Montclair yard, and resident is sick of the crashes

"Common sense tells us this needs a four-way stop,” Sianne Garlick said.

As coronavirus cases surge, Montclair lets contract for in-school testing expire

The district will hear a formal proposal from a new vendor Jan. 19, and has several after-school testing events scheduled.