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Karaoke to return to Six Points and Bloomfield Center Nov. 7 amid unusually warm early winter weather
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Not all votes have been counted in the Bloomfield Board of Education election, incumbent slate awaiting official results
Experienced, Certified, Leadership

N.J. deploys COVID-19 hotspot teams to nine counties including Essex as state sees highest new daily COVID-19 cases since April
Long Valley Patch

Gov. Phil Murphy says he is close to ordering new restrictions, trying to “balance” challenges, interests
Point Pleasant Patch

Local News

COVID-19: Bloomfield sees 21 new cases Nov. 4-5, official total at 1,530, deaths remain at 69 as of Nov. 6
Essex County

Bloomfield health department can help you get health insurance through N.J’s. marketplace until Jan. 1
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Watch, listen, or read the transcript from the Nov. 5 Bloomfield Zoning Board Meeting
Bloomfield Information Project

Free skate session for girls and non-binary folx Nov. 7 at Montclair’s new skate park
Skate Essex

Rosemary Becchi, GOP candidate for NJ-11, is not conceding race to Mikie Sherrill who is ahead by 40k votes
Mendham-Chester Patch

Unions, community groups plan rally for complete count of presidential votes in Newark Nov. 7
People’s Organizations for Progress

Rally planned in Montclair in support of complete count of presidential election Nov. 6
Montclair Patch

West Orange schools postpone transition to hybrid learning after rise in local COVID-19 cases
West Orange Patch

Newark to launch six month e-scooter and bike pilot, will be deployed in identified equity zones
TAPinto Newark

Other News

36 COVID-19 outbreaks at N.J. schools have got 150 kids and teachers sick

88 immigrants released from N.J. prisons due to COVID-19 were immediately arrested by ICE

After N.J. vote to legalize cannabis, state attorney general says he’ll issue new guidance on enforcement

N.J. voter turnout was over 4m as of Nov. 5, already more than 2016 with more ballots not yet counted