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Need to Know

Montclair schools will go fully remote when classes start this fall
Montclair Patch

Newark mayor promises full review of how city police handled death of Black trans woman Ashley Moore

N.J. schools must go remote-only if they can’t follow new state guidance on reopening
Toms River Patch

Every registered N.J. voter to receive mail-in ballot for November election

Local News

Human Needs Food Pantry in Montclair seeks donations, Amazon wishlist purchases as it wraps up school supply drive
Human Needs Food Pantry

Working class advocates in N.J. call for raising taxes on wealthiest residents to pay for COVID-19 recovery
Montclair Patch

West Orange Youth Caucus, Young Democrats to hold Black Lives Matter march in West Orange Saturday
West Orange Patch

New physical therapy office opens in Bloomfield Center
Professional Physical Therapy

Bloomfield Youth Band seeks donations to support upcoming season
Bloomfield Youth Band

Bloomfield receives $150k grant from Essex County to improve tennis, pickleball courts
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield’s Flic Spa reopens with new COVID-19 precautions in place
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

Upcoming Essex County COVID-19 testing satellite locations include Branch Brook Park, Essex Fells
County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr.

Saint Barnabas Medical Center to host webinar on return of school sports amid COVID-19
Bloomfield Pulse

Detained immigrant in Newark was punished for exposing poor medical conditions

Two or more COVID-19 cases in N.J. school could close school for at least 14 days
Ridgewood-Glen Rock Patch

Other News

More N.J. schools will go all-remote after Gov. Phil Murphy announces revised reopening rules

N.J. Department of Agriculture releases instructions for residents to help slow spread of lanternfly, an invasive species

How 50 N.J. community leaders want to make Black lives matter in the state