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Bloomfield restarted parking enforcement Mar. 22 with warnings following extended suspension after late winter snowstorms limited on-street parking
Township of Bloomfield

N.J. to allow indoor visitation at long-term care facilities in parts of the state with low COVID-19 activity

Decline in N.J. COVID-19 cases has stalled for three weeks as pandemic fatigue, variants, and asymptomatic transmission have some medical experts wary of another wave

Essex County begins offering some COVID-19 vaccine appointments to teachers, school support staff only
Essex County

Local News

Bloomfield town council appoints temporary township administrator, addresses violence against Asian Americans at Mar. 22 meeting
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield’s ZiZia Pizzeria hosting fundraiser for Bloomfield High School class of 2023 today, Mar. 23
Zi Zia Pizzeria

Bloomfield library expands operating hours in its adult building
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield High School boys’ basketball won a division title in county athletic conference
TAPinto Bloomfield

New Mediterranean eatery Manouche to open on Broad Street near Bloomfield High School
Bloomfield Pulse

Local food access providers have seen demand quadruple during pandemic as community
Montclair Local

Families of 117 Montclair public school students have transferred them to private schools since pandemic began with some choosing to pay as much as $18k annually for private tuition in lieu of online classes

A passenger inside a disabled car on the N.J. Turnpike in Newark was killed Monday and the driver seriously injured after being struck by a pickup truck

Other News

N.J. Blood Services announces blood shortage after pandemic limited donation sites, donors with type O, B blood are especially needed
Essex News Daily

N.J. extends discounted PPE purchase program for state’s small businesses until May 28

Lost a loved one to COVID-19? The federal government will begin accepting applications for funeral assistance in April
Federal Emergency Management Agency

Jersey City police unions are holding up plans for the city’s civilian police oversight board
Hudson County View

Murphy says June 8 primary will see polling places open across the state but mail-in voting options will remain

Federal officer shoots Trenton man in South Jersey during undercover investigation
Associated Press