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When 17-year old Ryan Shaugnessy was just diagnosed with AML-Acute Myeloid Leukemia,his family sprang into action. But staying by his side for 5-6 months will take a toll on this loving family. With … more
Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest utility, is sending 45 gas service technicians and 6 gas supervisors to assist Columbia Gas of Massachusetts as they work to … more
Perhaps this driver thought the Quick Check on Valley Road is a drive through? In the early morning hours of Sunday, September 16, a driver managed to jump the curb and crash into the front of … more
Montclairians and many others are mourning the death of Wallace “Wally” Choice Jr. Choice was a a college and professional basketball player who helped changed the way the game treated minorities, … more
Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci and the Department of Parks and Recreation invite youngsters to join in a Magical evening filled with fairy tale delight. The Seventh Annual Princess Ball has been … more
Dance, drink artisan beers and enjoy fine foods all afternoon at Montclair’s Oktoberfest at Lackawanna Plaza on Saturday, Sept. 22 from 12 noon-8 pm. Presented by the Pig & Prince Restaurant … more
Rutgers Class of 2022, the largest first-year class in the university’s history and one if its most diverse, starts its first semester on Tuesday. Rutgers-Newark Student Competes in "Blind … more
This article is timely, even a few years after I wrote it. As the years pass since September 11, 2000, many questions remain. So many loved ones were lost that day, for no reason, and as survivors we … more
Montclair High School is closed again tomorrow, September 12, due to stairs collapsing in the school. Further updates to follow as information is … more
Mayor Steven Fulop and Chief Prosecutor Jake Hudnut announce Jersey City’s new marijuana decriminalization policy, in an effort to combat the widespread inequality and costly prosecution of … more
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