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Bloomfield asked that all vehicles parked on designated snow streets be moved to nearby school lots through Friday afternoon for snow plowing
Township of Bloomfield

Do you live on a snow street? Here’s our guide to parking in Bloomfield during snowstorms and plowing
Bloomfield Information Project

N.J. extends public health emergency for 13th time as state to enter second pandemic year with 14% of residents, 1.47m, at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19
Gloucester Township Patch

Officials expect COVID-19 vaccine to be widely available in late spring as Johnson & Johnson sees production delays, N.J. says it stands ready to fully vaccinate all 3.5m residents signed up for inoculations
NJ Spotlight

Local News

Bloomfield community remembered former Councilman Gary Iacobacci after his death earlier this week
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield High School musical “Into the Woods” to be performed in-person Feb. 25-28 with some COVID-19 precautions taken for audience and performers

Think the airplanes flying over Bloomfield are too noisy? The FAA wants to know what you think at their upcoming webinar on Feb. 22
Federal Aviation Administration

Bloomfield High School wrestling season to open Mar. 1 amid pandemic
TAPinto Bloomfield

In proclamation, Montclair mayor and council say racism is a public health crisis, promises to address racial health inequities, partner with anti-racist organizations
Montclair Patch

Montclair passes ordinance limiting use of gas-powered leaf blowers to 93 days per year, citing noise and air pollution

Toni’s Kitchen is providing 20k hot meals weekly to area elders, families, unhoused people
Toni’s Kitchen

Newsweek ranked Newark’s University Hospital as among the best maternity hospitals in the U.S.

A Hudson County prison guard shot and killed two women in Newark Wednesday
Newark Patch

Taking care of an outdoor cat? Now is the time to trap, neuter, vaccinate, and return it to prevent kittens being born outside, according to local animal welfare group

Other News

Murphy says more contagious COVID-19 variant is circulating in N.J., delaying loosening pandemic restrictions
Cinnaminson Patch

N.J. seeks feedback about its 2020 economic recovery efforts
N.J. Economic Development Authority

More than 60 public health officials in N.J. sent a letter to state’s top officials urging extension of pandemic relief to state’s 500k undocumented residents

A lawsuit over nursing home COVID-19 data uncovered purposefully unreported cases in N.Y. as governor faces backlash