n Sunday, June 14th, America to Me Watch Group leaders and members will share takeaways and lessons learned from their Watch Group experience.
New Jersey hit the 26,000 daily mark on COVID-19 testing on Wednesday, and with tests becoming available at local pharmacies, Gov. Phil Murphy is urging more New Jersey residents to go get tested.
Commissioner of Health Judith Persichilli said that 17 children in New Jersey are being investigated by the New Jersey Department of Health for pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome, also known as Kawasaki disease.
The Montclair educational community is mourning the passing of Lauretta Freeman, who founded the Montclair Cooperative School, and died on March 24.
The forum was co-moderated by MHS juniors Genesis Whitlock and Shayla George, who serve as the president and vice president, respectively, of the Montclair NAACP Youth Council. George is also the president of the MHS Black Student Union.