Message From Small Businesses To Holiday Shoppers: Buy LocalIn downtown Montclair, alongside holiday decor, are pictures of small business owners. It's a reminder of who you are supporting.
Police: Suspect In Custody After Man Shot In Apparent Drug Dispute In MontclairThe gun battle took place outside Union Gardens apartments.
Former Montclair State University Homecoming King & Queen Tie The Knot 28 Years Later After Reuniting Through Dating AppThe two were not dating at the time, but a right swipe on a dating app brought them together decades later.
Restaurants Dependent On Outdoor Dining Dealt Another Blow By Tropical Storm IsaiasThere's still about three months left in hurricane season, so they're hoping indoor dining will be allowed long before then.
Montclair State University Starts Its Series Of In-Person Graduation CeremoniesThe class of 2020 graduates socially distanced on the football field while guests sat in the bleachers.
Teenage New Jersey Artist Finds Inspiration In Doctors, Nurses While Hospitalized With COVID-Related Inflammatory SyndromeSeventeen-year-old David Vargas loves to draw. He found his subject matter at his bedside -- doctors and nurses under layers of PPE.
Black Police Officers Remain Committed To Building Bridges Between Community, Police Amid Protests"People kind of try to separate the two, you know, being a black male and a police officer, but I don't think you can," one police officer told CBS2's Kiran Dhillon.
'I'm Losing My House To Coronavirus': Samba Montclair Owner Ilson Gonclaves Provides Meals For Hungry Despite Financial StrugglesA local New Jersey restaurant owner is providing meals for those in need despite his own financial issues.
Archdiocese Of Newark Begins Phase One Of Reopening, Welcomes Visitors For Private PrayerThere are some new changes in place that will help people find solace and peace during the coronavirus pandemic.
Demolition Worker Finds 112-Year-Old Letter While Tearing Down Wall At NJ UniversityUniversity officials have spent the last several months learning more about the men who left the note.
N.J. City Sacrificing 2,000 Trees To Thwart Troublesome BeetleAsh trees make up about a fifth of the trees in Montclair, but the city said it plans to cut down 2,000 of them, whether they're infested or not.
NJ TRANSIT To Publicly Release Monthly Performance Metrics Under Gov. Murphy's New PlanState Sen. Loretta Weinberg says she and the legislature will mark the agency's report card.
N.J. Gelato Shop Worker Gets Sweet Surprise: A Car From His BossA New Jersey ice cream shop worker found out that hard work and dedication pays off.
Firefighter Injured Battling Overnight Blaze In Montclair, N.J.Crews were called around 12:45 a.m. Tuesday to the house on Llewellyn Road near Eagle Rock Way.
Police Investigate Possible Attempted Kidnapping In Montclair, N.J.Police say an 18-year-old woman was walking north on Park Street near Watchung Avenue when a vehicle pulled up beside her. A man allegedly got out, grabbed her and tried to force her toward the vehicle.