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Gov. Phil Murphy will reduce indoor gathering limits to 10, outdoor to 150 as state reported more than 4,500 new COVID-19 cases Sunday
NJ.com

COVID-19: Bloomfield sees 72 new cases confirmed Nov. 12-15, total confirmed cases rise to 1,766, deaths reach 71
Essex County

Bloomfield Center hosting Holiday Hunt – ice sculpture, live music, raffle – Nov. 28
Bloomfield Pulse

Essex County launches COVID-19 mortgage payment assistance program
Essex County


Local News


Today is the last day to register for Bloomfield’s frozen turkey distribution on Nov. 22
Township of Bloomfield

Commercial factories, apartment buildings in Bloomfield to receive water bills this week for extended time frame, may be higher than expected
Township of Bloomfield

Watsessing Park butterfly garden enters fourth year, has been distributing milkweed, supporting monarch butterfly habitats
TAPinto Bloomfield

Janet Shops uniform store in Bloomfield closes after 91 years
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

Six Points at Bloomfield Station, township’s latest luxury development, begins welcoming new residents
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield High School girls soccer won against Belleville in overtime Thursday
TAPinto Bloomfield

Newark LGBTQ center hosting transgender day of remembrance Nov. 19 in honor of Ashley Moore, transgender people who died this year
Bloomfield Pride

Essex County small business lease emergency assistance grant application opens today
Essex County

Essex County hosting Thanksgiving food distribution Nov. 19 in West Orange
Essex County


Other News


N.J. opens portal for businesses to purchased discounted personal protective equipment
State of New Jersey

Pharmaceutical company Moderna says their COVID-19 vaccine shows a 95% efficacy rate
Gothamist

N.J. gave 2,220 incarcerated people freedom, but not what they need to restart their lives
Gothamist