Income-qualifying Bloomfield residents can apply to the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program waitlist online from Jan. 17 to Feb. 3
From New Jersey Department of Community Affairs
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Bloomfield Pulse asked this year’s Bloomfield Board of Education candidates to respond to a set of questions to help voters decide which three of the five to vote for in the 2022 election. Learn about them here.
This guide to getting free food in Bloomfield when you have no money provides a one-stop resource for those seeking food assistance in the community.
The first full season of the Bloomfield Community Farmers Market started Tuesday, Jun. 7, 2022 at the Bloomfield Public Library courtyard, featuring produce from nearby farms, local food vendors, area businesses, and more through the market’s Community Spotlight program. Here’s what Bloomfield residents need to know.
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?
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.
An analysis of data from 2016 to 2020 shows that Bloomfield police have been stopping Black and Latino drivers in Bloomfield at twice the rate of white drivers.
From Bloomfield High School Key Club
Health Care Coalition’s Women’s Reproductive Health Clinical Advisory Group plans daily Facebook live discussions on maternal health Jan. 23-27
From Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern NJ
From Watsessing Home and School Association
From our public notebook
Bloomfield Info marks 28 months of daily service to community with strategic pause, return to publishing planned in September
It’s been 28 months since the Bloomfield Information Project launched at the start of the pandemic. Along the way, we’ve taken short, strategic breaks to recalibrate our work. This year the pause is even more meaningful – as we enter our second year with staff.
The Bloomfield Info Project seeks five Bloomfield residents with experience writing to join our first paid community reporter training series.
Bloomfield Info Project seeks input for community ambassador program encouraging civic participation
The Bloomfield Info Project is seeking input for its community ambassador program to encourage civic participation in Bloomfield.