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Need to Know

More than 5k Bloomfield properties remain without power Wednesday as some residents will have to wait days for restoration
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield responded to more than 100 calls for downed trees after storm
Bloomfield Public Works and Park Maintenance

Bloomfield saw peak of 6k power outages due to Tropical Storm Isaias
Bloomfield Pulse

N.J. at risk of COVID-19 surge due to rising transmission rate, lack of contact tracers
Mendham-Chester Patch

Local News

Leap-ei early childhood development program in Bloomfield celebrates third anniversary

ABC Academy Daycare Center in Bloomfield accepting registrations for fall enrollment
ABC Academy Daycare Center

Bloomfield High School football coach Mike Carter begins 30th season as head coach
TAPinto Bloomfield

Montclair opens skate park on North Fullerton Ave
Montclair Patch

Newark public school teachers, staff must show proof of negative COVID-19 test before returning to school

Tropical Storm Isaias caused power outages for tens of thousands of Essex County residents
Montclair Patch

Essex County receives $1.78m public assistance grant from FEMA to support pandemic response
Bloomfield Patch

Shirley Rice, wife of State Senator Ron Rice and former Essex County College administrator, passed away Tuesday
Insider NJ

Rep. Mikie Sherrill endorsed by Barack Obama for reelection to 11th district seat against GOP challenger Rosemary Becchi
Long Valley Patch

Essex County now leads the state in COVID-19 deaths
Bloomfield Patch

Other News

1.3m New Jersey residents without power after Tropical Storm Isaias
Toms River Patch

Washington D.C., Delaware removed from N.J. quarantine travel advisory, Rhode Island added

Private schools in N.J. received millions in federal aid for which public schools were not eligible

N.J. state legislators failing to meet requirement to analyze racial impact of new criminal justice bills