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Bloomfield town council update: historical preservation body approved, BHS students honored, road improvement contract awarded
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield High School ranked among top third of high schools in nation, state by U.S. News and World Report but college readiness, graduation rates below state average
U.S. News and World Report

Quadir Shelby is challenging State Senator Ronald Rice for the Democratic Party nomination in the race to represent N.J.’s 28th legislative district
Newark Patch

CDC says people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can forego mask-wearing when outdoors alone or with small groups of fully vaccinated friends and family but risks remain in high transmission areas
The Washington Post

Local News


Bloomfield school board to meet virtually tonight, Apr. 27
Bloomfield School District

Bloomfield recreation’s financial assistance program fundraiser is with Town Pub Apr. 28
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Fairview HSA Mother’s Day plant sale accepting orders now through Apr. 30
Fairview Home and School Association

Community member selling “Class of 2021” masks to raise money for scholarship for a Bloomfield High School graduating senior, eligible BHS students can apply by May 26
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield-based charity theatre group Charles Seller Foundation releases documentary commemorating 70th anniversary
The Charles Seller Foundation

Middle Eastern restaurant Manouche and Co to open on Broad St in Bloomfield May 1
Manouche and Co

Regional seafood restaurant Aloha Krab to open location in Bloomfield Center, now hiring
Bloomfield Pulse

Broadacres office park in North Bloomfield sold to Montclair-based real estate investment firm
Bloomfield Patch

May Day march and celebration planned in Newark May 1, will highlight ties between labor, migration, and environmental justice
North N.J. Democratic Socialists of America

Mental health support group for those experiencing long term COVID-19 symptoms after recovery meets Tuesday nights
Mental Health Association of Essex and Morris

This week’s Essex County food distribution will be in West Orange on Apr. 29
Essex County

Other News


Undocumented N.J. residents can make appointments to receive their initial driving permits beginning May 1
NJ Spotlight News

U.S. Census count sees N.J.’s population surpass 9m, will keep all 12 congressional seats
NorthJersey.com

91 percent of N.J. residents receiving a two-shot COVID-19 vaccine are coming back for the second shot, higher than national average
NJ.com