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Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. invites Essex County dog owners to display their creativity and participate in Strut Your Mutt, Essex County’s Annual Canine Halloween Costume … more
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump announced in the very early morning hours today, Friday October 2, that they both have tested positive for Cornoavirus. The White House released  … more
Governor Phil Murphy today signed the Fiscal Year 2021 (FY 2021) Appropriations Act into law, working together with legislative leadership to enact a revised spending plan that manages to protect … more
Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway today announced the receipt of a five-year $15 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the establishment of the Institute for the Study of … more
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office released an update to yesterday's police chase and the Montclair police officer hit by the supspects' vehicle. Here is the full report as of today: "The … more
Montclair Film has announced its initial slate of Special Event screenings for the 9th annual Montclair Film Festival (MFF), presented by Investors Bank, taking place October 16-25, 2020 in … more
On Sunday, October 4, 2020, at 4 p.m., the Montclair Public Library will be hosting Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Schmidt in conversation with journalist Jay Schreiber about his … more
It's easy to vote by mail here in N.J.  In Essex County, there are simple instructions you can follow so you don't have to leave your home during the Pandemic. Essec County Clerk Chris … more
DECAMP Buslines has announced their terminatino of ALL  buses as of midnight, August 7. The shocking news has left commuters reeling.  DECAMP has been around since 1870 when they … more
Here's an update on NJ Transit and PSEG today, as they clean up and work to restore service in impacted areas hit hard by storm NJ. Transit In the aftermath of yesterday's  intense and … more
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