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Need help applying for food assistance? Get a $25 gift card for attending the SNAP 101 webinar hosted by Bloomfield library, Community Food Bank of NJ on Feb. 10
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield police warn residents to move cars on street that have been snowed or they may be ticketed per township’s abandoned vehicles ordinance
Bloomfield Public Safety

Tonight’s virtual Bloomfield town council meeting agenda includes redevelopment on Broad St, food truck ordinance review, lead service line replacement program
Bloomfield Pulse

Essex County is hosting a food distribution on Feb. 11 in Bloomfield
Essex County


Local News


COVID-19: Bloomfield confirmed cases rise to 3,796, another death brings total lost to at least 94
Essex County

The snow isn’t over yet as weather forecast shows 1 to 3 inches forecast for early Tuesday morning
AccuWeather

John’s Deli in Bloomfield hosting fundraiser for BHS class of 2024 Feb. 8-12
Bloomfield Pulse

Watsessing HSA to meet tonight to discuss Spring calendar
Watsessing Home and School Association

Alternate side parking suspended in Bloomfield Monday, Feb. 8
Bloomfield Public Safety

Bloomfield police say a man reported being shot early Sunday morning in Bloomfield Center after refusing entry to alleged shooter due to COVID-19 capacity restrictions
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield schools update bathrooms, boiler rooms at several schools throughout district
Bloomfield School District

Bloomfield College women’s bowling team defeats nationally ranked team, scores first 1k point game in school’s history in Northeast invitational
Bloomfield College

Mountainside Medical Center hosting Facebook Live on COVID-19’s effect on heart health Feb. 10
Mountainside Medical Center

Author David Sedaris will be hosting an in-person book signing at Watchung Booksellers in Montclair Feb. 12, reservations required
Baristanet

Newark NAACP criticizes city’s school board after its appoints replacement member without public input
Chalkbeat Newark

Registration is open for a free four-week online technology program for girls in middle school that begins in May
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield


Other News


N.J. labor department updates systems to allow 75k residents who exhausted unemployment insurance to begin receiving federally funded extension by Feb. 12
TAPinto Newark

N.J. civil rights groups ADL, NAACP sign agreement to expand partnership focused on stemming rise in hate crimes, discrimination in the state
TAPinto Camden