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TAPinto Montclair 2016: A Year in Review

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - As we reflect upon the past year, we take a moment to highlight some of TAPinto Montclair's most memorable stories of 2016.

With over 316,000 site visits in 2016, TAPinto Montclair is grateful to our readers for your continued support.

January: Missing 83-year-old Found Dead in Montclair 

February: Conforti Appointed Acting Montclair Police Chief; Frazzano and Young Deputy Chiefs

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March: Local Police Find Missing 10-Year-Old Glen Ridge Girl

April: Montclair's Historic MC Hotel Breaks Ground

May: Stunned Parishioners of Two Montclair Catholic Churches Told to Combine

June: Montclair Police Corner Black Bear Near Church Street Area

July: Montclair Police Department Sends Four of Its Own to Honor Slain Dallas Officers

August: 2016 Montclair High School Graduate Releases Book

September: Dozens of Professional Men Line Up to Welcome Back Hillside Elementary Students

October: Reported Bomb Threat Evacuates Montclair Animal Shelter

November: Montclair PBA Under Fire From Residents Over Facebook Post

December: Body of Missing Montclair Woman Found in West Orange

 

 

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Thu, February 22

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Volunteer Art Show!

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Thu, February 22, 6:00 PM

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Thu, February 22, 7:00 PM

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MONTCLAIR, NJ-  The following police blotter was issued by the Montclair Police Department on February 20, 2018:

Arrest:

 

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