Cosmetics legend Bobbi Brown moved to Montclair the day after her honeymoon. Since then, she's been a fixture in the community. Her latest venture is opening The George Hotel.
The Wellmont Theater is putting Montclair on the map as a destination for live shows.
The efforts of the Montclair Center Business Improvement District have helped to transform the city's downtown.
Montclair's Volunteer Ambulance Unit has come a long way from where it started in the 1950s.
In only seven years, the Montclair Film Festival has been touted as one of the coolest film festivals in the world
The town of Montclair owes its existence to the railroad. In order to have its own line, Montclair seceded from Bloomfield. The rest is history.
One thing is certain in Montclair, tradition is the thread that ties the old and new, and top-notch hospitality is the focus.
Tucked between main drag Bloomfield Avenue and Montclair High School a half mile away, is a historic African-American neighborhood called "Frog Hollow".
Although Montclair is often celebrated for its diversity, its social character may be in danger as affordability becomes increasingly scarce and the inequality widens.
The museum highlights the Yankee great's accomplishments both on and off the baseball field.
The Camden County Animal Shelter launched a new program which allows dog lovers to rent a shelter dog for the day.
An abandoned hospital in Newark will serve as the new home for nonprofit GlassRoots.
It’s take your child to work day every day at the Campbell Soup Company, which celebrated the grand opening of their new child care facility at its world headquarters in Camden.
The program also allows inmates to learn valuable skills as they prepare to re-enter society, and provides veterans with service dogs to help with PTSD, anxiety and more.
In 1856, 96 students were enrolled in the first class, which was Kindergarten through eighth grade.