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NBC4 NY Broadcasts Live from Montclair

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Dozens of residents gathered on Church St. outside of Raymond's to get a glimpse of their favorite NBC4 Newscaster.

Known as a visit from the Treat Truck, the community initiative started in the summer of 2016 each Friday afternoon. During this new initiative, NBC4 visits locations all over the tri-state area delivering tasty treats.

Montclair residents and fans got a chance to meet the 4 p.m. news team - Stefan Holt, Natalie Pasquarella and Dave Price. 

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Glen Gottschalk was in the area visiting his daughter, who lives in the Montclair area. He says that he saw on the news last night that NBC4 was going to be in Montclair and decided to stop by to see the TV personalities in person. "It's nice seeing everyone up close and in person," he said.

A little after noon, Price filmed the weather forecast from in front of Raymond's. Before going on air, Price explained to spectators how he had organized his weather maps on his iPhone.

Goodies bags of caramel popcorn and scarves were given out to attendees.
 

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