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Need to Know

Bloomfield police begin sharing policy and procedure documents, to continue throughout the summer
Bloomfield Public Safety

Bloomfield council adopts $90m budget for 2020 in first in-person public meeting since March
TAPinto Bloomfield

Indoor dining may begin, casinos re-open in N.J. beginning July 2, limited to 25% capacity

N.J. raises limit on outdoor gatherings to 250, indoor gathering limits to 25% capacity or a maximum of 100 people

Local News

Bloomfield library announces curbside pickup hours, requests can be made by phone or email
Bloomfield Public Library

Mobile farm stand to visit Bloomfield library every other Tuesday beginning July 7 through November 10; seniors, SNAP, and WIC holders welcome
Bloomfield Public Library

Charles Seller Foundation, a Bloomfield-based nonprofit, is raising money for Kearny 10-year-old diagnosed with leukemia
The Charles Seller Foundation

Bloomfield Center’s Restaurant Week begins July 13, to offer takeout, delivery, outdoor dining options, virtual musical performances
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Car owners seeking to have their car displayed during Bloomfield’s upcoming Cruise Nights must pre-register
Bloomfield Cruisers

Franklin St between Newark Ave and Berkeley Ave for road resurfacing June 24-25
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield Middle School celebrates 8th grade graduation with video
Bloomfield Middle School

Bloomfield High School students held a car parade through Bloomfield on Saturday to celebrate class of 2020 graduation
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield high students helping supply Little Free Library boxes at 8 locations in Bloomfield
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

Shooting in Bloomfield’s Third Ward under investigation by police
TAPinto Bloomfield

COVID-19 risk grades in Newark pushing businesses to comply with pandemic precautions as 700 businesses meet criteria to re-open
TAPinto Newark

Student-led Black Lives Matter rally and march in Montclair on Sunday saw hundreds in attendance
TAPinto Montclair

Other News

Tri-state area governors considering quarantine of travelers from other states amid growth of COVID-19 cases throughout U.S.

Rutgers Camden to cover mosaic depicting Indigenous people kneeling in front of Columbus
TAPinto Camden

NYC Museum of Natural History statue that depicts Theodore Roosevelt on horseback with African and Indigenous men walking alongside to be removed