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Boynton-Jarrett

COVID-19: Nyla Boynton-Jarrett builds a hub

Montclair teen Nyla Boynton-Jarrett wanted to find one place that collated where to help out and donate for COVID-19. So she built a hub.
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CP Soccer goes global, while social distancing

CP Soccer hosted more than 110 players from six continents in a historic online soccer training session last Saturday, May 16.
COP

Community Outreach Program (COP) of OLMC says ‘thank you’

The Community Outreach Program (COP) of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, which began in 2016, has brought food every day to first responders.
design

Montclair Design Week pivots with DesignShed

Montclair Design Weekl has launched an umbrella organization, DesignShed, which oversees six initiatives in Project PIVOT.
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Look: Farmers’ Market social distances safely

At the Montclair Farmers' Market, vendors and shoppers try to maintain social distance. Above, Hummus Boss of Lake Hopatcong makes transactions with safety help from plastic sheeting, features several varieties of hummus as well...
Profeta

Profeta Farms delivers organic produce

Montclairites Paul Profeta and Joanne Malino deliver organic produce from their business, Profeta Farms, to Montclair and neighboring towns.

We Care Montclair shout-outs, May 7

As part of Montclair Local’s “We Care Montclair” initiative, we’re asking our readers to show their support for neighbors, friends, family, essential workers, and everyone else in our community. For more information on “We...
Sinofsky

COVID-19: MHS grad Dr. Alexander Sinofsky helps out

MHS grad Dr. Alexander Sinofsky, now a resident of Kentucky, flew to New York City to work at Bellevue Hospital as an extra hand during the pandemic.
giving

Look: Rao’s Homemade and Giving Tuesday

Today, Tuesday, May 5, is has been declared "Giving Tuesday" in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Rao’s Homemade, which is based in Montclair, has launched an Instagram Cooking Series benefiting Jersey Cares’ COVID-19 relief efforts.
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Life under lockdown: What I won’t take for granted

Merrill Silver will never take for granted the little things: picking out her own groceries, riding the train to the city — and hugging her family.