The Porchistas make music out of community

The Porchistas are a Montclair fixture, making music and playing local.

Montclair 150: Gardens connect to community

Montclair is full of wonderful gardens that are open to the public.

New law would give HPC control over house razings

By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS winters@montclaorlocal.news A no-knock-down ordinance has been drafted that will give the Historic Preservation Commission a direct role in the decision-making process, according to township attorney Ira Karasick. Officials issued a home-demolition moratorium on...

Montclair friends and neighbors: filmmaker Reuben Atlas

In our new series "Friends and Neighbors," we interview interesting people who live in town. Here: Montclair's Reuben Atlas is more than a filmmaker.

Town to extend demo moratorium while awaiting stronger no-knock down draft

A demolition-review ordinance on Montclair homes that was in the works by township attorney Ira Karasick was rejected by the council.

Friends and Neighbors: Dancer, teacher Sharron Miller

By GWEN OREL orel@montclairlocal.news In “Friends and Neighbors” we spotlight interesting Montclairites doing interesting things. Some of them you might have heard of, others you might not. Answers have been edited for space. Got someone you...

Life during Peacetime: Ember Ensemble honors veterans

On Veteran’s Day, Ember presents a concert about the end of war, titled “Thriving Through the Years: Wisdom from the Foxhole.”
Fancy facades

Fancy facades maintained, resurrected on Bloomfield

Building owner finds owls under siding. Montclair Savings building to be maintained.

Jackson joins mayors in ADL anti-racism pact

By LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlocal.news Montclair Mayor Robert Jackson has joined nearly 300 mayors across the nation, including 13 others from New Jersey, who are teaming up with the Anti-Defamation League in a pledge to fight racism...

Montclair Soccer: Win, Seton Hall loss clinches SEC title for Mounties

by Andrew Garda garda@montclairlocal.news Sometimes good news comes in waves. The first piece of good news for the Montclair High School boys soccer team came when Will Moore blasted a ball past the West Orange keeper...