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Mayor Robert Jackson yesterday announced that he is reappointing Anne Mernin and Jessica DeKoninck to the Montclair Board of Education. “I believe that their experience and perspectives … more
In a new study published on May 3 in Neuron, researchers from Rutgers University-New Brunswick, UC San Francisco, Massachusetts General Hospital, the University of Florida, Yale University and other … more
Montclair State University graduates will be treated to a trio of distinguished speakers as part of the institution’s new Commencement schedule, which features a pair of events to conclude the … more
Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci and the Department of Parks and Recreation will be offering TSF Peanut Soccer once again this summer. “This program allows working parents the opportunity for some … more
Parents looking for a safe and vibrant summer camp or conservatory that offers fun theatre arts classes--everything from beginner to advanced--need look no further than Maplewood’s renowned … more
Montclair State University conferred 1,235 doctoral and master’s degrees in science and mathematics, humanities and the social sciences, business, the arts and education to students who completed … more
Barbara Pinsak was named the Interim Superintendent of the Montclair Public Schools by a unanimous decision of the Board of Education, effective March 17. “We are privileged that Barbara Pinsak … more
Nutley Little Theatre will be presenting "Oleanna", by David Mamet . The play is directed by Amy Sellars of Ridgewood and features Juliana Valente of Wayne and Nick Pascarella of Ho-Ho-Kus. Stage … more
A team of Rutgers graduate students has created an award-winning proposal to turn an aging public housing development in Ohio into a vibrant community, where residents can interact in public spaces … more
Psychotic illness affects approximately 100,000 young people nationwide, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. But until recently, New Jersey had no clinics to help teens or … more
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