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In Montclair, there is time to be bored. Check out these wonderful things to do in town from at The Montclair Public Library. Babies in the Library Babies meet babies! Parents and caregivers … more
Montclair Police Department - Blotter 03-27-2018 Arrest: 03-20-2018 (ACME, Valley Road) Mr. Ahmad Beasley, 24yoa from East Orange, was arrested after attempting to pass a fraudulent $100 bill. … more
Using his own version of Harry Potter’s cloak of invisibility, Rutgers professor Andrew Norris can help make underwater objects appear invisible. Norris, a distinguished professor in the … more
The PS 10 Brooklyn Gladiators chess team meets weekly to learn and practice strategy and sportsmanship. We compete against the best schools in the state at tournaments all over the city. In 2016, our … more
Former New York Yankees star pitcher Ron Guidry will be at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center for his first public appearance to discuss and sign copies of his new book, Gator: My Life in … more
Opera Theatre of Montclair and other NJ cultural organizations were honored following public voting. This year, more than 18,000 arts lovers cast their ballots for their favorite local groups and … more
Great Flashlight Egg Hunt Date Announced Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci is pleased to announce the “Great Flashlight Egg Hunt”! The Department of Parks and Recreation invites Nutley … more
Many a childhood memory includes the sharp sound of a bat slicing into a baseball, or the adrenalin filled seconds when that perfect kick results in a game winning goal. Now, the children of West … more
WANT TO WIN FREE TICKETS FOR A GREAT COMEDY SHOW TONIGHT? EMAIL ME AT JERSEYTPRESS@GMAIL.COM. Tickets go to fiirst 10 people to email the real first names of Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Zeppo … more
Today, a week after the fall storm blew widespread damage across the North East, about 6,000 home are still without power. This represents about 1 percent of the total outages, which were … more
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