Montclair Monthly Poetry Series

Montclair Monthly Poetry Series (Open Reading) presents:
GRISEL ACOSTA
SUSANNA RICH
VINCENT TORO

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  1. 973-744-0500
Thu, February 02
7:00 pm — 9:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 02/02/2017 7:00pm 02/02/2017 9:00pm America/New_York Montclair Monthly Poetry Series

Montclair Monthly Poetry Series (Open Reading) presents:
GRISEL ACOSTA
SUSANNA RICH
VINCENT TORO

50 S. Fullerton Ave Montclair, NJ 07042

Montclair Public Library

50 S. Fullerton Ave
Montclair, NJ 07042

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George Floyd Statue at Newark City Hall Defaced One Week After Unveiling

June 24, 2021

NEWARK, NJ — A 700-pound bronze statue of George Floyd unveiled last week near the steps of Newark City Hall was defaced late last night, authorities said.

Before 6 a.m. today, police reported that a sergeant in the area of City Hall noticed the statue of Floyd was defaced with graffiti. The face of the statue was also painted black, and in white paint on ...

Randolph Board of Education Rescinds Decision to Eliminate Holidays from School Calendar

June 23, 2021

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Board of Education’s Special Meeting on June 21 was a four plus hour affair, consisting of cheering, booing, rousing ovations, multiple interruptions, and once again - chaos and confusion.  Over 40 people representing a diverse demographic took to the podium for the public portion to voice their concerns.

The large majority voiced displeasure with the BOE ...

Montclair Businesswoman: Juneteenth is Not Just One Day

June 24, 2021

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair businesswoman shares the real deal on how to move forward beyond Juneteenth.

Autumn M. Urling, nominated as the 2020 Life Changing Influencer for COVID-19, has also been called on by various media outlets to comment on protests taking place during present-day. Urling has expressed that her desire is to make an impact for the American people, ...

George Floyd Statue at Newark City Hall Defaced One Week After Unveiling

June 24, 2021

NEWARK, NJ — A 700-pound bronze statue of George Floyd unveiled last week near the steps of Newark City Hall was defaced late last night, authorities said.

Before 6 a.m. today, police reported that a sergeant in the area of City Hall noticed the statue of Floyd was defaced with graffiti. The face of the statue was also painted black, and in white paint on ...

Montclair Council Passes Trailblazing Anti-Discrimination Ordinances, Discusses Anti-Bullying Measure; Public Focuses on Rent Control and Policing

MONTCLAIR, NJ - The Montclair Township Council had a full plate at its June 22 virtual meeting, discussing and passing not only the unisex bathroom signage ordinance that was passed on first reading on June 1 but also discussing resolutions expressing support for or opposition to state legislation that Mayor Sean Spiller and many of the councilors considered germane to local issues but others ...

Newark Schools' Graduation Policy Now Requires Seniors to Apply for College Financial Aid

NEWARK, NJ — Before a Newark Public Schools senior is handed their diploma at the end of the school year, a recent change in the district's graduation policy will now require that student to first apply for college financial aid. 

Starting in the 2021-22 school year, seniors will be required to apply for college financial aid through a Free ...

Essex County Mayors Converse About Intended Uses of American Rescue Plan Funding

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Affordable housing, cannabis legislation and COVID-19 response were among the topics discussed at the 11th Annual Essex County Meet the Mayors event last week, where the Inter-Chamber Coordinating Council (ICCC) of Essex County invited a panel of local mayors to discuss the many challenges facing their municipalities as well as their recent successes.

Prior ...

Randolph Board of Education Rescinds Decision to Eliminate Holidays from School Calendar

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Board of Education’s Special Meeting on June 21 was a four plus hour affair, consisting of cheering, booing, rousing ovations, multiple interruptions, and once again - chaos and confusion.  Over 40 people representing a diverse demographic took to the podium for the public portion to voice their concerns.

The large majority voiced displeasure with the BOE ...

Montclair Planning Board Discusses Changes To Master Plan and Board Bylaws

MONTCLAIR, NJ - The Montclair Planning Board heard no applications at its June 21 meeting, but the board's members managed to keep busy going over proposed changes to the master plan and to their own bylaws.  Changes to the bylaws were settled fairly easy, but master plan changes were harder to pin down, owing to confusion about the maps and the terminology used.  The virtual nature ...