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NJ Devils hockey team is accepting applications from Newark-area Black entrepreneurs and businesses for the it’s Buy Black marketing support program, deadline is Feb. 2

N.J. is setting up a call center to help people register for the COVID-19 vaccine

Don’t get scammed by phishing schemes offering COVID-19 vaccines, relief checks in exchange for personal information

White nationalist group based in N.J. plays key role in regional spread of anti-semitic, racist rhetoric

Local News

Bloomfield’s Girl Scout Troop 20340 launches annual cookie sale
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

The recently opened Ancient Grains bakery in Bloomfield has a weekly bread menu
Ancient Grains Artisan Bakery & Patisserie

Bloomfield’s Jalapeno Cycling encourages bike owners to schedule repairs before spring as pandemic-related part shortages persist
Jalapeno Cycling

Bloomfield fire department names Brian Griffin 2020 firefighter of the year
Bloomfield Public Safety

Bloomfield, Newark, and Montclair among Essex County communities who joined Jan. 19 national COVID-19 memorial ceremony
Montclair Patch

COVID-19: Bloomfield confirmed cases rise to 3,479, deaths remain at 92 as of Jan. 20
Essex County

Montclair’s Le French Dad bakery among area organizations, businesses, donating to Toni’s Kitchen food pantry
TAPinto Montclair

West Orange mayor says 991 of the town’s residents have received COVID-19 vaccine
West Orange Patch

Up to 20 percent of patients at area hospitals are being treated for COVID-19 patients as N.J. reports hospitalization plateau
Bloomfield Patch

Immigrant rights organization Make the Road New Jersey hiring community organizers
Make the Road New Jersey

Other News

Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine is in its final phase of trials, aims for emergency use authorization in February
NJ Spotlight News

Window for post-holiday COVID-19 spike has passed, Murphy says

Final day in office saw Trump pardon four N.J. residents convicted of fraud, one charged with cyberstalking
Toms River Patch

550 members of the N.J. National Guard were among the 21k securing D.C. against white nationalist attacks during today’s presidential inauguration