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MTAS to Host 2nd Annual Dog Walk of the Dead Oct 11 PDF Print E-mail

Dog Walk of the Dead Zombi and his dogHelp the Montclair Animal Shelter infect Montclair with zombies, dogs and mayhem on Saturday, October 11 -- all for the great cause of raising donations for Shelter. This gathering of ghouls will take place at the appropriately named Erie Park at Walnut and Christopher streets. The Zombie get-together will be held from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. – the Dog Walk of the Dead begins at 2:30 p.m. Rain or shine!

This year the Porchistas, one of Montclair's favorite local bands, will perform. Plus, WDHA 105.5. will join us again this year and will judge the pet costume contest and provide some terrific give-aways.


PORTIONS of the following streets will be milled and paved beginning on or about Monday, September 29, weather permitting. The project is expected to take approximately four weeks to complete. During this construction period the following streets will be closed at various times throughout the duration of this project.

  • - Enfield Avenue – West Orange Border to Northern Terminus
  • - High Street – West Orange Border to Virginia Avenue
  • - Hilltop Place – West Orange Border to Pleasant Avenue
  • - Upper Mountain Avenue – Ingleside Road to Braemore Road
Fire Officials Warn of Dangers of "Fire Challenge" PDF Print E-mail

Montclair Fire Department sealTuesday, September 23, 2014

Montclair Township Fire Department officials warn of a very dangerous trend called “the fire challenge” where young people pour flammable liquids on their bodies and set themselves alight to be video-taped, then post the videos on social media. This dangerous and disturbing trend is spreading across the Internet.

“Many kids in all parts of the country are suffering severe burns from performing the fire challenge,” said acting Fire Chief Thomas Diveny. “To date we know of two students from Montclair who did the fire challenge, luckily they were not injured. There is nothing smart about pouring a flammable liquid on your body and igniting it.”

What could happen?

  • - burns to the throat and lungs from inhaling the flames
  • - painful tissue burns that result in painful blisters
  • - deep tissue burns which lead to a painful recovery period, multiple surgeries and permanent disfigurement
  • - death

If you know of anyone who attempting the fire challenge, please call 911. If you know of someone who has done the fire challenge please call the Montclair Fire Prevention Office at 973-509-4765.

CDC Confirms First Case of EV-D68 in New Jersey PDF Print E-mail

Montclair Health Departments Reminds You to Take Precautions

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has confirmed New Jersey's first case of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), a respiratory illness more likely found in infants and children. Parents and care givers should be aware of the signs and symptoms of this respiratory illness; symptoms that range from mild to severe.

Although enteroviruses are very common-especially in the late summer and fall, EV-D68 occurs less commonly than other enterovirus infections. Some 10 to 15 million enterovirus cases occur in the U.S. each year. In addition to New Jersey, 12 states reported cases as of September 18.

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