Halloween festival planned for Washington St. in Bloomfield Center Oct. 31, featuring vendors, music, costume parade, maze
From Bloomfield Center Alliance
Pumpkin decorating, locally-made meals, skincare products featured at Oct. 26 Bloomfield Farmers Market in library courtyard
From Bloomfield Farmers Market
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Bloomfield Pulse ask this year’s Bloomfield Board of Education candidates to respond to a set of questions to help voters decide which three of the six to vote for in the 2021 election. Learn about them here.
This weekend, a series of homegrown events in downtown Bloomfield will celebrate Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating the emancipation of four million enslaved Black people following the U.S. Civil War. Here are the Black women making it happen.
Bloomfield’s township administrator is retiring and the town council is looking for a new general manager for the township. But what does a township administrator do and why does Bloomfield need one?
Bloomfield COVID-19 vaccine town hall outlines procedures for beginning of public vaccination campaign
The township of Bloomfield held a virtual town hall meeting Wednesday to introduce residents to procedures for the public COVID-19 vaccinations beginning this week throughout Essex County.
When roads become snow-covered in Bloomfield, the township may tow cars parked on certain streets in order to enable more efficient snow removal. Here are the streets to watch out for and tips for parking in Bloomfield during snowstorms and plowing.
Bloomfield officials are holding another meeting on policing. Here’s what we know about the progress they’ve made since June.
Bloomfield officials will hold a virtual presentation of police data Oct. 13 at 7 p.m., thirteen days after the Bloomfield Information Project published a review of public records that showed Black and Latino drivers were more likely to be stopped in the township than white drivers. Here’s what you should know.
Upper Montclair Commonwealth Club to host free Halloween children’s portrait event, food drive Oct. 31
From Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair
Bella Napoli to host free Halloween party for children Pre-K-6 on Oct. 31, feature costume contest, free pizza, fundraiser benefit local nonprofit
From Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield
From Newark LGBTQ Community Center
Bloomfield’s Martinez Martial Arts to host Halloween drive-thru trunk-or-treat event, trunk decorating costume Oct. 30
From Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse
From our public notebook
The Bloomfield Information Project is pleased to announce the addition of two community members to our staff! Please join us in welcoming Nikki Villafane and Olivia Rizzo. Nikki and Olivia joined us in September as Civic Info Producers, each with key areas of focus. Nikki is helping us produce the news and information services we […]
It’s been 16 months since the Bloomfield Information Project launched at the start of the pandemic. And this August, we’re taking a strategic pause to recalibrate our work.
The Bloomfield Information Project is seeking a community member with a passion for local news and civic engagement to support our public service journalism lab as a Civic Info Producer.