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Bloomfield health department accepting registrations for those seeking to help economically insecure residents
Neighbor to Neighbor Network

COVID-19: Bloomfield cases rise to 2,118, deaths to 79 as of Nov. 30
Essex County

N.J. to limit outdoor gatherings to 25, ban youth sports until next year in response to surge in COVID-19 cases
NJ.com

Travelers from all of U.S. – except for neighboring states – should now quarantine upon arrival to N.J. as Murphy scraps travel advisory list
Point Pleasant Patch


Local News


Bloomfield library plans virtual storytime and dance event Dec. 2
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield health department launches form to accept registrations for those seeking to help economically insecure residents
Neighbor to Neighbor Network

Hombre Salon and Barber Shop opens on Glenwood Ave in Bloomfield
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

Bloomfield’s Church on the Green constructs public walking labyrinth for mindfulness practice, stress reduction
Bloomfield Presbyterian Church on the Green

Bloomfield’s Town Pub hiring
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield’s Blue Steel Pizza makes list for best new pizzerias in N.J.
NJ.com

Montclair Literary Festival begins Dec. 4, features Jane Fonda, Chelsea Clinton to benefit county’s low income families
Baristanet

Essex County is hosting a food distribution in Orange on Dec. 3
Essex County

Essex County COVID-19 testing sites for this week include Fairfield, Newark, West Orange, Cedar Grove
Essex County

Essex County coordinating with local officials to create plan for COVID-19 vaccine distribution once it becomes available
County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr.


Other News


N.J. attorney general instructs prosecutors to push back marijuana possession cases as legislature works on legalization
Hoboken Patch

Nov. 30 is the last day for restaurants to file a permit with N.J. to use large tents or domes for winter outdoor dining
Brick Patch

Hazardous weather outlook predicts rain, winds up to 80 mph for most of N.J. for Nov. 30
Point Pleasant Patch

N.J. health commissioner Judith Persichilli to quarantine after agency staff test positive for COVID-19
NorthJersey.com