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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
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
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
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
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
Congratulations to our Montclair Police Athletic League/Montclair Recreation 8th Grade Boys reign as the 2017 Suburban Basketball League Champions. Our team defeated Livingston to once again … more
As a young child, Viktor Krapivin peppered his parents with questions about the universe, and his dad bought him a reader-friendly book on quantum mechanics in sixth grade. “Ever since, I’ve … more
On Saturday, May 20 at James Caldwell High School (JCHS) at 9:00 a.m., the CWC Education Foundation will host their 3rd annual 5K. This NJ Track and Field Sanctioned event attracts both the serious … 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
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
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