Out with the old ways of teaching, in with the new.
As Superintendent Penny MacCormack continues her first year leading the district, she unveiled Monday how she will reshape Montclair schools. Looking to next year, the superintendent wants to restructure central office and even rename it “Central Support.”
While the NCAA lifted a ban on New Jersey colleges from hosting tournament and championship games on Wednesday, it came too late for Montclair State University who missed out on several games on its home turf this year.
When the Montclair Fire Department announced it had handful of openings to fill, it only took a day and a half for 400 people to apply.
New businesses have moved into Montclair and more are soon to open.
The first Pretty Kitty wax salon on the east coast has opened in Montclair.
The new business, located at 5 S. Fullerton St., opened its doors on Jan. 7, said Lisa Lazzara, director of training and development at the salon. Lazzara said the decision to open in downtown Montclair was its concentration of so many different businesses, restaurants and things to do.
Large earth-moving equipment could be seen as construction work began at Edgemont Park Monday.
See the beginning stages of the work at the park in this photo gallery.
See a rundown of what Montclair’s state and federal legislative representatives have been up to in the previous weeks.
Montclair moms now have a new place to meet and share tips.
Mommies 24/7, the one-stop website for all mom needs, launched in Montclair this week. Montclair is the fourth site in the Mommies 24/7 family, following Hoboken and Summit, and Nutley.
Carolyn Anbar, a bookseller at Watchung Bookseller, gives her suggestions for children's nonfiction reads.
Boy Scout Troop 12 of Montclair welcomed three new Eagle Scouts to its ranks at a Court of Honor held at St. James Episcopal Church.
Apple is ready to leave the Montclair Township Animal Shelter.
See some of the sights around Montclair on Friday during the snow storm.
Students from School of Rock Montclair were chosen as finalists in a performance competition at the Highline Ballroom in Manhattan on this past weekend.
On March 3, 30 young musicians representing Montclair, who ranged in age from nine to 17, competed against bands from eight other School of Rock locations in New Jersey, Westchester, N.Y., and Long Island, N.Y.
Future filmmakers are getting their start here in Montclair.
The Montclair Film Festival has announced the winners of its second Kidz Shortz filmmaking competition. This year, there were 111 registrants from 17 towns in New Jersey, 23 states and three countries.
The Art Garage, at 211 Glenridge Ave., will feature an art time capsule featuring 1937 artwork of the East Lane Senior School in Wembley, England, until April 6.