The number of COVID-19 cases In New Jersey could reach over 3,000 by tonight, said state officials.
Volunteers at Toni's Kitchen helped pack food for hundreds of children and their families on Saturday, March 21, during three shifts.
Montclair State University is keeping dorms open for students who have nowhere else to live, but all other residential students are being asked to vacate the campus.
After a year of landlord-tenant hearings over rent increases as high as 35 percent in some cases, Montclair may soon get a rent control ordinance.
The Montclair Center BID has put together a list of restaurants still open that residents might find useful.
Montclair’s May 12 election for mayor and council will be by mail-in ballot only due to New Jersey’s State of Emergency and concerns with the spread of COVID-19.
Montclair's schools will be closed for the day on Friday, March 13, so staff can be trained in online instruction in the event of a school closure related to COVID-19.
After lobbying for over a year, Montclair’s Skateboard Club will now have a place to call home.
Two more residents have announced plans to run in the May 12 municipal elections.