Plastic Bag Ban Passes Initial Hearing, but Many Residents and Business Owners are Still Unaware of the Ordinance and How It Will Affect Them

Plastic Bag Ban Passes Initial Hearing, but Many Residents and Business Owners are Still Unaware of the Ordinance and How It Will Affect Them

A plastic bag ban introduced and pushed by the Montclair Environmental Commission has passed its first hearing. Well on its way to becoming law, Montclair merchants are still unaware of the implications of the legislation and the changes it will bring. On Tuesday, June 25th, both the town council and town residents alike began a […]

Justin Brown Interns with Studio042

Justin Brown Interns with Studio042

At the end of every school year, through the Career Internship Program at Montclair High School, graduating seniors get the opportunity to participate in a four-week internship in a field of their choice. This year, as a graduating senior, I have begun my internship with Studio 042. While working for Studio 042, I will be […]

‘Grindage’ Pizza Serving Up Late-Night Eats, Popular Pies in Downtown Montclair

‘Grindage’ Pizza Serving Up Late-Night Eats, Popular Pies in Downtown Montclair

Montclair’s new Grindage Wood Fired Pizza & Sandwiches celebrated its grand opening and ribbon cutting on Friday, Nov. 2. The restaurant ownership team was joined by Mayor Robert Jackson, Diane Israel from the Montclair BID and members from around the community. Grindage offers hand-crafted, locally sourced food in a laid-back environment at 438 Bloomfield Avenue. […]

Lost In History: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Visit to Montclair High School

Lost In History: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Visit to Montclair High School

52 years ago, during a firey time in the United States and around the world, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made a controversial visit to this very town, possibly at the peak of his notoriety. Just two years prior to his assassination and untimely death, King arrived in Montclair, making town history by stopping into […]

The Montclair Police Department Brings the Heat to the Annual Torch Run

The Montclair Police Department Brings the Heat to the Annual Torch Run

The Montclair Police Department participated in the 35th Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run, fueling the mission of the Special Olympics of New Jersey. The annual Torch Run consists of around 3,000 officers pounding the pavement within their communities. There are 26 different routes where law enforcement officials carry the “Flame of Hope,” which all converge […]

By George, I Think They’ve Got It–The George Wins Prestigious Award

By George, I Think They’ve Got It–The George Wins Prestigious Award

The George–Renovated By Willow Street Partners and Architect, Paul Sionas of Sionas Architecture, Wins Prestigious “Bricks and Mortar Award,” Presented by the Township of Montclair’s HPC  The 1902 home, designed by architect Joseph Van Vleck Jr. to serve as the private home for Charles Van Vleck*, has been completely restored and converted into the sleek, […]

Blake Broder Earns Senior Option Internship at The Montclair Dispatch

Blake Broder Earns Senior Option Internship at The Montclair Dispatch

Blake Broder Earns coveted Senior Option Internship at The Montclair Dispatch, tasked with the Senior Spotlight series for 2018. At the end of every school year, through the Career Internship Program at Montclair High School, graduating seniors get the opportunity to participate in a four-week internship in a field of their choice. This year, Montclair […]

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