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Bloomfield-based Italian American One Voice Coalition sues West Orange over removal of Columbus statue

You can register to vote online by Oct. 13, mail-in ballots should be postmarked by Oct. 22
Mendham-Chester Patch

Newark schools launch “Parent University” to provide educational programs for caregivers of students
TAPinto Newark

Young people leading new COVID-19 cases in N.J. as 14-24 year olds testing positive at three times the statewide rate
Rumson-Fair Haven Patch

Local News

Second to last chance to attend Bloomfield Center’s Dinner Under the Stars event this Friday
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Bloomfield Board of Education to hold public meeting virtually on Sept. 22
Bloomfield School District

Sacred Heart Church in Bloomfield seeks janitor
Sacred Heart Church

Bloomfield Soccer Club selling branded masks in fundraiser
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Human Needs Food Pantry in Montclair donates 550 new backpacks full of school supplies to local families
Human Needs Food Pantry

Bloomfield College ranks highest for social mobility in N.J. in new study
Bloomfield College

Salon, café owners join forces to open shared location in Montclair
Montclair Patch

Belleville community members held candlelight vigil for victims of sexual harassment in the military Monday
Belleville-Nutley Patch

Parent company that owns Newark’s Prudential Center, New Jersey Devils hires first diversity officer to oversee $20m fund

Other News

Court ruling could mean deportation of tens of thousands of immigrants in N.J., N.Y.

N.J. landlords have filed 26k evictions affecting hundreds of thousands of residents amid state, CDC moratorium

$2.35m going to legal representation for tenants facing eviction amid COVID-19
NJ Spotlight News

Nursing home reforms called for after COVID-19 deaths become law
NJ Spotlight News

USPS mail-in voting brochure was not entirely accurate for N.J. voters