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On February 5, Montclair Public Library (MPL) and LINK Language Learning (LINK) will launch a pilot program to provide English for Specific Purposes (ESP) to restaurant workers. The class, which runs … more
Montclair Police Department - Blotter 12-05-2017 Arrest: 11-28-2017 (Bloomfield Avenue) Officers responded to a report of a Taxi fare dispute. Upon arriving, Ms. Ebony Banks, 38yoa from West … more
Feeding the hungry is a full time job. Just ask anyone who runs a non-profit feeding program, or any of the army of volunteers who sign up to cook and serve the one-in-five children in New Jersey who … more
The township of Montclair just issued an alert that the water in town is safe, but may have "a smell or odor". The North Jersey District Water Supply Commission notified the township of an … more
Need some Holiday Cheer? How 'bout this??? December 14th, 7:00pm... Busking For Humans is holding a Holiday Sing-A-Long/Caroling event at the Glen Ridge Train Station to raise your spirits, and … more
Mayor Dr. Joseph P. Scarpelli and the Board of Commissioners have announced plans to host one of Nutley’s oldest traditions – the annual Holiday Christmas Tree and Menorah Lighting. The … more
On Monday November 27th Police responded to two suspicious calls in which residents reported someone rang their bell, and had a pizza box that they didn’t order. One incident the resident … more
The Montclair High School swim team competed in their first meet of the season against Glen Ridge High School on Tuesday, November 28. The Mounties scored decisive victories over both the Glen Ridge … more
Montclair Police Department Blotter 11-28-2017 Arrest: 11-24-2017 (Bloomfield Avenue) Mr. Anthony Harper, 27yoa from Newark, was arrested on an open warrant for Burglary. Through investigation, … more
People at risk for contracting HIV from HIV-positive sexual partners or through intravenous drug use can reduce their risk of infection by up to 90 percent when they take a daily pill as … more
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