MONTCLAIR, NJ — Take a look back on a year nobody in Montclair will forget. Catch up with some our top news stories of 2020.
DeCamp says the feasibility of opening offices in NYC will determine when – and if – the company will restart service in New Jersey.
A Montclair restaurant owner accused of repeatedly defying the state's coronavirus orders has been locked out of his business, reports say.
Residents and businesses are using Toni's Kitchen as a rallying point to aid their neighbors during the COVID-19 crisis.
MSU suspended housing privileges for 11 students after they were caught partying without masks or social distancing, officials said.
Superintendent: Montclair High School is postponing its in-person graduation ceremony after "possible COVID-19 exposure" at local parties.
"Our small businesses are the lifeblood of our communities and our local economy," Deputy Mayor William Hurlock said.
Towns including Bloomfield, Montclair and Cedar Grove say people aren't throwing away face masks, gloves and other COVID-19 trash properly.
Organizers are relaunching the beloved Montclair festival, which will include a throwback to another era: drive-in movies.
When Jennifer Hager wants to show she cares, that's when the paint brushes come out. See her tribute to frontline workers.
Want to know what it feels like to be forgotten? Try to buy groceries during a pandemic when you suffer from lupus, a Montclair woman says.
In a sign of the times, the Human Needs Food Pantry in Montclair is now distributing face masks. See other ways the nonprofit is adapting.
"We want to be there to help bring communities together once the worst has passed," the Vanguard Theater Company says.
Ed Durkin, an ex-Caldwell councilman who lives in Montclair, donated blood that may help COVID-19 patients as a tribute to 2 local victims.
"A list of names is greater security than toilet paper," a Montclair resident said.
Montclair's young skateboarding fans have been trying to get a skate park built in the township for more than a decade.
GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
Montclair voted for mayor and town council in a "mail-in only" election due to the coronavirus. See the final, certified results here.
Gov. Phil Murphy said Montclair is one of his "favorite communities in the whole, wide world" during the swearing-in of Mayor Sean Spiller.
In the words of a famous, late Montclairite: "It 'aint over till it's over."
There was dancing in the streets of Montclair, and it was set to the music of a projected Election Day win for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
"It's joyful to see a new day of positive change," said Rohan Marley, son of the legendary musician and marijuana activist.
It takes some Montclair teens more than an hour to walk to the high school, but they don't qualify for free busing. That could change soon.
PHOTOS: A proposed "greenway" would cross through Montclair, Glen Ridge, Bloomfield, Belleville, Newark, Kearny, Secaucus and Jersey City.
After years of debate, a plan to encourage safe driving, bicycling and walking in Montclair is moving forward.
When a Montclair High School student was told he was "too small" to play the sport he loved, he used it as fuel to chase his gridiron dreams.
The Montclair Township Historic Preservation Commission announced the 2020 recipients of its Historic Preservation Awards program.
A pair of Montclair residents and Girl Scout boosters will appear on cookie boxes. One will be on Lemon-Ups, the other on Thin Mints.
A pet pygmy goat is back with her grateful family. It's a good news story in a "time of isolation," they said.
ACROSS ESSEX COUNTY
Catch up with some of the other top news of 2020 in Montclair and Essex County below.
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