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Register to vote, check your registration with new N.J. state elections website
State of New Jersey

Bloomfield public school students seeking free or reduced lunch must complete application by Oct. 15
Berkeley Elementary School

Music, food truck lineup announced for Bloomfield’s Fiesta Latina on Sept. 26
Councilwoman Sarah Cruz

Former Bloomfield, Maplewood High School students join calls to restore funding for youth services in state’s upcoming budget
Bloomfield Patch

Local News

Bloomfield recreation releases first edition of newsletter, features community members, updates from summer programs
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Demarest Home and School Association to hold first fall meeting on Zoom Sept. 9
Demarest Home and School Association

Gloria’s Bar and Grill in Bloomfield celebrates 8th anniversary
Gloria’s Bar and Grill

Watsessing Home and School Association to hold first fall meeting Sept. 14
Watsessing Home and School Association

Listen, view, and read the transcript from last week’s Bloomfield community meeting on bias and inequity
Bloomfield Information Project

Aki Asian House will not open for indoor dining, citing health concerns amid pandemic
Aki Asian House

Newark’s Moonlight Cinema drive-thru to hold Chadwick Boseman Week Sept. 10-13
Newark Patch

Montclair YMCA receives $25k grant from Montclair to support child care program for essential workers
YMCA of Montclair

N.J., Montclair marks six months since start of the pandemic
Montclair Local

Essex County household hazardous waste disposal event to be held in Cedar Grove Oct. 1-3
County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr.

Alliance of alumni, staff, former employees file lawsuits alleging cultural and racial discrimination at Rutgers University

Other News

N.J. quarantine travel advisory list expands to 35 states and territories again
Ridgewood Patch

Teachers can get free coffee at N.J. Wawa locations through Sept. 30

Summer 2020 was the second-hottest on record in N.J