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In brief: Mt. Hebron to get overhaul

Montclair will receive $412,754 in aid in 2020 for an overhaul of Mount Hebron Road.

Photos: Santa visits Central Presbyterian Church

'Twas the season at the Central Presbyterian Church in Montclair Friday night, Dec. 6, as Santa Claus, Rudolph, The Grinch, Jack Frost, and some seasonal helpers visited the church hall to hand out gifts...

Photos: 2019 Montclair holiday tree lighting

It was a night of light and music at the Church Street plaza Friday night, Dec. 6, as Montclair hosted its annual holiday tree lighting. The assembled crowd braved the chilly weather to hear...

MSU students present ’24 Gun Control Plays’

Montclair State University first-year BA theater students present readings they are passionate about: "24 Gun Control Plays."

Mosaic Dance performs Orientalist art

Mosaic Dance Theater Company performs Orientalist art this weekend: bringing to life paintings that once fixed moments in time.

The Milk Carton Kids play the Outpost

The Milk Carton Kids inherit a legacy of American folk duos, from the Everly Brothers to Simon & Garfunkel. At Outpost on Friday, Dec. 6.
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Montclair residents can access schools lead in water results

By ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsNew Jersey now has a database where parents, including in Montclair, can keep track of their school’s water lead testing results.In November, the New Jersey Department of Education and Gov. Phil Murphy...

Montclair skateboarders looking for a place to call home

After three previous attempts, a movement to get a dedicated place for the skaters, who claim they are harassed out parks and off streets, is now catching momentum. 

SMART opens dialogue for families affected by addiction

A group comprised of people who have loved ones struggling with addiction meets on Wednesdays at the Mental Health Association of Essex/Morris on Fullerton Avenue.
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Montclair NAACP, schools work to encourage free and reduced-price lunch enrollment

By ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsA campaign to encourage more students to sign up for free or reduced lunches is seeing success as this year applications increased by 20 percent. However, of those who did apply fewer...