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Larry David has a message for you  about staying home. This is not about nothing!     more
Please see the COVID-19 patient count as of 9am this morning for Essex County, N.J.   Municipality 3/29/2020 5pm 3/30/20 … more
The Montclair YMCA has reported a member exercising there last week has been diagnosed with Coronavirus. If you worked out or visited the Montclair YMCA last week, please respect social distancing and  … more
As Montclair Township officials continue to monitor the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we find it necessary to take additional action to reduce public health risks to our … more
The Montclair Office of Emergency Management (OEM) declared a state of emergency today, Sunday, March 15, in order to issue and enforce such orders as may be necessary to protect the … more
Toni's Kitchen is partnering with the Montclair and the Bloomfield Public Schools to ensure that all children receiving school lunch will have adequate food in their homes during the upcoming … more
The Montclair Public Schools just sent out word the district will be teaching  students remotley for the next 2 weeks, starting March 16. Today, teachers worked to perfect the remote system … more
TRENTON - New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy today released the following statement:   "Today, based on guidance we have received from the Commissioner of Health, we are recommending the … more
  A 66-year-old female from Montclair tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) on March 12. This individual is currently being treated at Hackensack Meridian Health Mountainside … more
Toni's Kitchen is taking the following steps to protect our guests and volunteers from the spread of COVID-19.   * We will continue to welcome guests and volunteers to our dining … more
Montcliar High School principal Anthony Grosso Principal reached out to all MHS familes tonight in order to share news that more anti-Semitic graffiti was found on site. As most people know, … more
All children and teen programs are free. Registration begins on February 24 and is required where noted. Registered spots are held for 10 minutes after the program’s start time, thereafter … more
The Montclair Township Animal Shelter’s cat rooms are getting a much-needed makeover thanks to Rescue Rebuild, a GreaterGood.org community-driven animal shelter renovation program, and to … more
Montclair Mayor Robert Jackson has just announced a meeting in Montclair that is aimed to help communication between Jewish and African-American communities. With the alarming rise of … more
Sunday, January 19 from 1 to 4 pm. Explore 200 years of Black history in Montclair and New Jersey through rare first-hand accounts, primary and secondary source documents. Artifacts include a bill of … more
Winter disappears when you have your nose in a good book. In Montclair, besides the seemingly endless rows of books of every type free of charge for you to enjoy, there are programs for you and your … more
Dear MHS Community, Yesterday, three swastikas were found on two desks in a classroom in the main building of Montclair High School. Two symbols were found on one desk while one was identified on … more
The Montclair Public Library will offer a “Food for Friends” program for the holiday season. The proceeds from this program will benefit Toni’s Kitchen Healthy Backpack Program. For the last … more
A new study released by Nottingham University in the U.K. reports a major breakthrough in breast cancer. The Sunday Times of London published the findings that the study discovered a specific new … more
Grab your ghosts, goblins and princesses and head over to the 3rd annual Trunk or Treat in Montclair. This annual Montclair Police Department event has become one of the most popular Halloween … more
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