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Newark area’s own Etsy platform is connecting area residents to local makers
TAPinto Newark

Bloomfield’s Morris Canal Greenway walk-run challenge begins tomorrow, ends Oct. 12
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield posts voter information online, accepting calls with questions about election procedure
Township of Bloomfield

Emergency rally to protest police killing of Breonna Taylor planned in Newark Thursday afternoon
Newark Patch

Local News

Bloomfield police to host community bike ride Oct. 11
Bloomfield Public Safety

Essex County Schools of Technology still have space for free ESL, GED classes
County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr.

Last chance to register for Bloomfield recreation’s 7th-8th grade girls’ outdoor volleyball program
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Watch, listen, or read the transcript from last night’s Bloomfield voter information session
Bloomfield Information Project

Watch, listen, or read the transcript from the Bloomfield BoE Sept. 22 meeting
Bloomfield Information Project

APEM Creamery in Bloomfield to close for three weeks starting Monday, reopen for Halloween
APEM Creamery

Bloomfield BoE to hold additional meeting Oct. 27
Bloomfield School District

Bloomfield’s Salon Gossip welcomes new hairdresser
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Second skunk tests positive for rabies in Montclair, officials advise staying away from wild animals
Montclair Patch

Montclair police to begin DWI checkpoints Sept. 24
Montclair Patch

Caldwell-West Caldwell schools will not change athletic program’s racist “Chiefs” logo, name despite community pressure

Other News

Gloucester, Monmouth counties would fall under state’s travel quarantine advisory due to COVID-19 spikes

Gov. Phil Murphy says sustained lack of outbreaks needed to further ease COVID-19 restrictions

N.J. law says criminal cops should go to jail, records reveal they often don’t
Asbury Park Press