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Registration opens Dec. 4 for Bloomfield recreation’s remote holiday celebrations: Santa Zoom meetings, gingerbread house decorating contest, house decorating contest
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs
Bloomfield Environmental Commission releases guidance for state’s single-use bag ban taking effect May 2022
COVID-19: 2,173 confirmed cases in Bloomfield as of Dec. 2, confirmed deaths remain at 79
All 21 counties in N.J. are now high risk for COVID-19 transmission as Murphy says state does not expect to close schools
Bloomfield High School class of 2021 hosting cheesecake fundraiser with Anthony’s Cheesecake now through Dec. 9
Watch Bloomfield High School’s Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein theatrical radio production
Bloomfield School District
Bloomfield library continues weekly after-school snack giveaway for children Tuesdays from 3 to 5 p.m.
Bloomfield Public Library
Bloomfield rent board meets today to review vacancy decontrol of a single unit
Rohan Marley, Bob Marley’s son, wants to open a cannabis dispensary in Montclair
Montclair development on Bloomfield Ave set to open this winter, include pedestrian plaza, rock climbing gym, arts school
Newark mayor warns non-essential businesses disregarding local COVID-19 lockdown will not be eligible for pandemic relief grants
Newark office among MVC locations closed until later this month due to employee with confirmed COVID-19 case
Drug, alcohol support groups are exempt from N.J.’s 10-person indoor gathering limit
NJ Transit to test antimicrobial lighting, air filtration, real-time passenger counts to help prevent COVID-19 transmission
230 sex abuse lawsuits have been filed in the last year in N.J. against the Catholic Church
NYC health commissioner urges older adults, those with underlying health conditions to stay at home as COVID-19 activity increases
U.K. approves Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, still under consideration in U.S.