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Three Montclair Police officers were promoted during a swearing-in ceremony held Friday, February 2 in Municipal Council Chambers. Sergeant Ronald Redmond was promoted to Lieutenant and officers John … more
Anyone who has information about any crimes can send a (non emergent) Tip Anonymously by texting CRIMES starting message with NPDTIP or log into www.tipsoft.com and search Nutley. 1/27/18 … more
Rutgers School of Health Professions senior Karina Pizzelanti discovered her love for science while living in homeless shelters as a child. “Without toys as a child, I spent a great deal of … more
Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci invites youngsters who are eligible to enter kindergarten this September to participate in our Summer Pre-K Recreation Program which is designed to introduce youngsters to … more
No matter where you live, the YMCA has programs for you and your family. Check out the Black History Month events. YMCA of Montclair - 2018 Black History Month Events The YMCA of Montclair … more
On March 8, 2018, the New Jersey Big Data Alliance (NJBDA), a consortium of the state’s leading colleges and universities, are hosting a Data Sciences/Computing Career Fair to connect locally and … more
Montclair Police Department Blotter 01-30-2018 Arrest: 01-24-2018 – Mr. Gerod Davis, 25yoa from Orange, was arrested in cooperation with South Orange Police Department. He … more
Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen, Republican, announced his retirement yesterday. Frelinghuysen has served for over 40 years as a congressman, in Essex, Passaic, Sussex Counties, and Somerset. … more
Today the entire world remembers the evil of the Holocaust, and remembers the over 6 million Jews murdered by Nazis. Two thirds of the world's Jewish population was totally wiped out, and among the killed … more
Montclair is leading the way in the first Winter Reading Challenge. Our 235 readers — ranging in age from 3 to 88 — have read 841 books and 11,158 minutes,” says Library Director Peter Coyl. … more
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