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One Montclair police officer was promoted to full status and two were sworn in as probationary officers during a ceremony held Wednesday, November 2 in Municipal Council Chambers. Officer Scott W. … more
Montclair Film today announced that submissions are now open for the annual Emerging Filmmaker Competition (EFC), open to students from around the world interested in submitting short films in the … more
The Yogi Berra Museum has opened a new exhibition: New York City’s Golden Boys: 76 Baseball Portraits, 1946 – 1960, a series of seventy-six 8” x 10” oil paintings by renowned baseball artist … more
New Jersey has a new governor, and with the win of Democrat Philip D. Murray, 60, the Democrats now control both the legislative and executive branches in the Garden State. Murphy now takes over … more
When people thank veterans for their service, they often are thinking of the commitment they made when they enlisted. They are less aware of the unique challenges veterans face transitioning from … more
Get some exercise and ring in the season at Trinity Academy's Reindeer Run/Walk on Saturday, December 2, at 9:30 am. This will be a USATF-NJ New Balance 500 Point Grand Prix 5K Race. There will be … more
Today, Tuesday November 7, is the general election in New Jersey.Not only do you get to choose your next governor, but also many other elected officials.Voting is your right - and your duty. So take … more
James Caldwell High School is proud to present its fall drama–two separate short plays that are new twists on childhood classics. They are, “The Surprising Story of the Three Little Pigs” and … more
Rutgers Professor Robert E. Kopp, a climate and sea-level rise expert who helped write the Climate Science Special Report that will be released today by the U.S. Global Change Research Program, is … more
10/28/17 *********Criminal Mischief – Ohlson Avenue – Officers met with the victims that stated an unknown party threw eggs and debris on their front stairs. The second floor tenant … more
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