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There will be a food distribution Oct. 28 for Bloomfield residents at 90 Watsessing Ave at 3 p.m.
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Where to drop off your ballot or vote if you need assistance in Bloomfield on Nov. 3
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield has had 53 new COVID-19 cases in the last week, bringing total for year to 1,373 as of Oct. 26
Newark Patch

Newark imposes new COVID-19 restrictions as city’s positivity rate hits 11%
TAPinto Newark

Local News

The Bloomfield Board of Education meeting tonight will be livestreamed at 7:30 p.m.
Bloomfield School District

Bloomfield’s New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts seeks donations amid economic impact of pandemic
New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts

Demarest Home and School Association hosting desert sale fundraiser through Nov. 13
Demarest Home and School Association

Bloomfield’s Powerhouse Gym seeks part-time front desk staff
Powerhouse Gym

Bloomfield College soccer, basketball teams participated in town’s cleanup day Saturday
Bloomfield College Bears

Bucco Restaurant in Bloomfield will have a Halloween menu this weekend, costume contest with prizes
Bucco Restaurant

Bloomfield High School Key Club hosting virtual Halloween costume contest and craft session Oct. 30 for grades K-2
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

Montclair’s Cuban Pete’s restaurant locked down by court order after repeated COVID-19 violations
Montclair Local

Other News

North Jersey leads the state in new COVID-19 infections, hospitalization as officials cite pandemic fatigue behind surge

Gov. Phil Murphy back in office after continuously testing negative for COVID-19, will still avoid in-person events this week
NJ Spotlight News

N.J. votes are being counted more than a week before Election Day. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look

N.J. wants 70% of adults to get COVID-19 vaccine in 6 months once it’s available

NYC mayor, police leaders face lawsuit over “deliberately violent” response to protests