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Montclair, New Jersey is located in Essex County. Zip codes in Montclair, NJ include 07042, and 07043. The median home price in Montclair is $509,000 which is roughly $254/per square foot. More Montclair information.

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29 min ago | TheAlternativePress.com

Montclair's Fashion Night Out: Where Locals Are Treated Like Stars

Each guest was treated like a superstar while they walked the traditional red carpet and had their photos taken for free upon entry by a professional photographer as they entered. A gathering of fashion-conscious individuals turned a regular Sunday evening into a large-scale fashion extravaganza.

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3 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com

Township Clerk's Office Open Until 9PM for Voter Registration until Oct. 14

Vote by Mail ballot applications for the General Election are available through the township website and in the Municipal Clerk's Office, first floor, 205 Claremont Avenue, Montclair. : Last day to apply in person for a Vote by Mail Ballot in the Essex County Clerk's Office, 465 Martin Luther King Blvd., Room 247, Newark, NJ 07101.

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7 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com

Several Bicycles Recovered, 3 Thefts From Motor Vehicles, and More

The police blotter for this week reflects a number of stolen bicycles that have been recovered. The Lt.

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11 hrs ago | Patch.com

'A Sister Act for a Cause'

Singing sensations Coco Dollon and Colette Dollon of Princess Good Vibes, of Montclair, N.J., entertained the young patients at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital's Giggles Children's Theater on September 2 with songs from popular kids' movies. The sisters who formed Princess Good Vibes, Colette and Coco , posed with several patients after their live show, including Nyla and Celia , who sang along with the performers.

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17 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com

Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. Speaks at St. Mark's Church and Community Breakfast

MONTCLAIR, NJ St. Marks United Methodist Church hosted their 31st Annual Church and Community Breakfast on Sunday in the church's fellowship hall. Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. delivered the keynote address to a room of 100 residents and community members.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

NorthJersey.com

N.J. legislation offered to limit militarization of police

As New Jersey reviews its policies surrounding a federal program that sends excess military equipment to local police, a state senator has introduced two bills to increase oversight of the distribution of firearms, armored vehicles and other items. The program has come under increased scrutiny from the Obama administration following the police shooting of a teenager in Ferguson, Mo., and the heavily-armed response to the protests that followed.

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NorthJersey.com

Glen Ridge's former registrar sentenced for theft

Tresor Gopaul, former Glen Ridge borough registrar and a Montclair resident, was sentenced to five years in prison for theft on Monday. Tresor Gopaul, 30, of Montclair pleaded guilty earlier this year to stealing nearly $83,000 in cash revenues received for birth, death and marriage certificates, during the three years he served as Glen Ridge's registrar.

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TheAlternativePress.com

Ellis Paul to Perform at Outpost in the Burbs Oct. 3

World renowned singer/songwriter and folk musician, Ellis Paul will be performing at Outpost in the Burbs in Montclair on October 3 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation located at 67 Church Street. The concert is scheduled to take place at from 8-10pm with Chris Trapper opening the show.

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The Item

U.S. Senate candidate Jeff Bell to speak in Montclair

The autumn of 2013 was inspiring to 2014 U.S. Senate candidate Jeff Bell in two ways. For one, last year's Republican candidate, Steve Lonegan, closed in on Bell's 2014 opponent, U.S. Sen. Cory Booker in the final weeks of last October's special election.

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The Item

Montclair administrators address concens with Common Core

"Every student doesn't have to be served pink cupcakes," said the chief academic officer of the Montclair School District, Gail Clarke. The cupcakes are meant explain how the Common Core State Standards affects teachers, a relationship that advocates against education reform have criticized as being overly prescriptive.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

TheAlternativePress.com

HackensackUMC Mountainside Family Residence Program Addresses Primary ...

The Mountainside Family Practice Group, a teaching affiliate of HackensackUMC Mountainside Hospital, announces the grand re-opening of its newly-renovated Verona site located at 799 Bloomfield Avenue. Serving the suburban Essex County community, the practice has been a trusted "community doctor's office" for more than 35 years providing quality, comprehensive and continuing care for individuals and their families across all ages, with an emphasis on disease prevention and general health promotion.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

NorthJersey.com

Montclair PILOT agreements through the years

Also referred to as "payments in lieu of taxes" or tax abatements, PILOT agreements are exemptions that municipalities grant to businesses and developers, which enable them to switch from their standard tax payments for a property to a fixed, yearly payment to the municipality. Many municipal officials, including several in Montclair, have gone on record in support of PILOTs, calling them a useful tool to attract development in distressed or blighted areas of town.

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Patch.com

'Ridgewood Cares About Schools' to Hold Panel Oct. 2

Together with the League of Women Voters, the newly formed group "Ridgewood Cares about Schools," is sponsoring a panel to be held on Oct. 2 at 7pm at the Ridgewood Public Library. Ridgewood Cares about Schools, or RCAS, is a non-political organization comprised of about 60 Ridgewood households who came together this summer to join other districts in New Jersey, including Montclair, who are studying Common Core-driven changes in curriculum and the upcoming PARCC assessments.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Alternative Press

Hundreds Attend New Jersey Chefs Tableside Dinner Benefiting The Community FoodBank of New Jersey

On Friday evening, hundreds of attendees enjoyed the New Jersey Chefs Tableside Dinner benefiting The Community FoodBank of New Jersey at The Westin Governor Morris. "What a wonderful event once again.

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The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Glen Ridge residents hear hospital's building plans

John Fromhold, CEO of HackensackUMC Mountainside, speaks to an audience of local residents, hospital staff and town officials during a community meeting Wednesday night in the hospital auditorium. HackensackUMC Mountainside hosted a meeting with Glen Ridge residents Wednesday night to discuss the planned construction of a new medical office building.

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Patch.com

Montclair Resident Awarded Scholarship at Denison University

Nina Artigas of Montclair was awarded a scholarship at Denison University. Artigas, a member of the class of 2018, received a Tyree/Parajon Scholarship.

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My Verona NJ

Jerbasi Publishes Book On Divorce

Bonnie Jerbasi, a Montclair attorney and former Verona resident, has written a book to help men and women understand, prepare for, and survive the downside of divorce. You Don't Have to Sell the Farm to Get Rid of the Jackass! A Primer on How to Divorce without Remorse cuts through the confusing world of family law and gives the reader an insider's view on how to navigate divorce with dignity and without draining the bank account.

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WJZW-FM Washington

Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson Launches US Tour in Support of New Concept Album, "Homo Erraticus"

Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson 's latest album is called Homo Erraticus , which is Latin for "the wandering man." The title could also describe Anderson himself, who is launching a lengthy U.S. tour in support of the 2014 concept record tonight in Seattle.

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Patch.com

Preparation for High Holy Days - TSHUVA: Turning and Returning

From 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday September 13, Rabbi Rex Perlmeter and Beth Sandweis will lead a half day Mindfulness Meditation Retreat at Bnai Keshet in Montclair. How can we cultivate the qualities of heart and mind that allow us to turn toward or return to what matters most in our lives? Spending a half day in contemplative practice is a uniquely wonderful way to prepare for the High Holy Days - to regain balance in our lives, and to cultivate greater awareness, clarity, peacefulness and compassion for ourselves and others.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

TheAlternativePress.com

Town Officials and First Responders Gather at the Watchung September...

MONTCLAIR, NJ Deputy Mayor Russo has been instrumental in keeping the tradition alive to recognize the Montclair victims of September 11th at the Watchung Memorial. Every year on September 11, Russo gathers with a small group to recognize the nine Montclair victims.

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