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COVID-19: New Jersey sees 1,301 new cases as officials fear second wave

On Thursday, Oct. 8, health officials reported 1,301 new cases, compared to only 522 reported on Oct. 5. This brings the state total to 211,148 total cases. 

Rent control petition filed with town, but it won’t make the November ballot

The group of petitioners associated with the Montclair Property Owners Association [MPOA] has filed its petition with the Montclair Town Clerk to put the Rent Control Ordinance up for a referendum vote.

Moving forward on SAFE Streets in Montclair

Montclair’s SAFE Complete Streets Implementation Plan is closer to becoming part of the master plan after Planning Board members voted on Monday, Sept. 21, to incorporate it, but only after a preamble is written up.
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Virtual learning is a difficult experience for young children, parents tell BOE

At the Sept. 21 Board of Education meeting, families reported that their children were experiencing stress, anxiety and exhaustion from spending long hours in front of a computer, and loneliness from not being with teachers and classmates. 
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Adult volunteers sought for COVID-19 vaccine trials

Rutgers New Jersey Medical Center, Hackensack University Medical Center and University Hospital in Newark are recruiting healthy adults age 18 and up to take part in phase three clinical trials for Moderna’s mRNA-1273. 
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Montclair State students appeal for tuition refunds amid online learning

For a full-time in-state undergraduate, tuition is $6,040 per semester, along with a $48 student government fee and $445 in “mandatory fees,” for a total of about $6,535. 

Fall in Montclair: pumpkins and more

Pumpkins and apples and sunflowers are hallmarks of fall. Here are some suggestions about places to visit to bring them home.

Montclair Baseball: Greengrass awarded first Giuliano Scholarship

While Montclair's Andy Giuliano passed on this year, his impact is still being felt in the town, specifically with a scholarship in his name.


Dr. Robert. F. Heary will take on the new role as Medical Director of the Spine Program
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COVID-19: Restaurants mark first day of indoor dining; schools prepare to reopen

Murphy acknowledged that the restaurant industry has been experiencing many difficulties over the past six months, and said the state wanted to do what it could to help.