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COVID-19: Vaccine awaits FDA approval amid “sobering” case numbers

The FDA still has to vote on whether to grant authorization, Gov. Phil Murphy said, but if the FDA grants it, the vaccine will arrive in New Jersey within a matter of days. 

Obituary: Ruth Brown-Taylor

Ruth Brown-Taylor

Kettle Campaign kicks off, to meet greater needs

The Salvation Army Montclair Red Kettle Kick-Off kicked off its 130th season of giving in front of Coldwell-Banker Realty on Bellevue Avenue today, Nov. 28.  

Seymour Street development set to open this winter

The Seymour Street project next to the Wellmont Theater, with its promise to make Montclair an even bigger cultural destination than it already is, is set to open in early winter after two years of construction. 
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Shop local for Montclair-centric gifts

Robin Woods, Montclair Local's girl about town, visits a number of shops to find Montclair-centric and interesting gifts for 2020.

MHS Soccer: Mounties take NJSIAA title with 4-1 win over Livingston

The Montclair Mounties girls soccer team produced another dominating win in an undefeated season to take the NJSIAA North East E championship.

MHS Soccer: Ceccio lifts Mounties to 3-0 NJSIAA victory over Livingston

Montclair High School senior Ben Ceccio's three goals led the Mounties to a NJSIAA North East G, Group 4 championship on Nov. 21, 2020.

COVID-19: Officials asking New Jerseyans to stay vigilant as we head into Thanksgiving

New COVID-19 cases continued to break over 4,000 and hospitalizations climbed to just under 2,500 last night.

What’s in your backyard: Look down, and up

To see the birds of your neighborhood, perspective makes a difference. This past October, Sanford Sorkin looks up to see the full variety.

What happens to feral cats during COVID?

Vet clinics closed from mid-March until the first or second week of May because they were not considered essential, which meant feral cats were not serviced during the shutdown.