Every day we review dozens of sources of local information to put the Bloomfield news you need to know in one place: your inbox.

Sign up for the Daily Bulletin

Top News

Bloomfield recreation plans summer camps for children in grades Pre-K-7 this summer, registration opens May 5
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Local LGBTQ+ support organizations are seeing more demand for housing, other resources from young adults seeking shelter from domestic abuse tied to their sexuality, gender identity amid pandemic

Hunger strike over pandemic relief for undocumented immigrants reaches 22nd day, calls on N.J. legislature, governor to pass aid package

New CDC guidance on outdoor mask use won’t change rules in N.J. so wear a mask outdoors if you’re vaccinated and can’t social distance

Local News

Watsessing HSA Krispy Kreme fundraiser ends Apr. 30
Watsessing Home and School Association

Bloomfield High School baseball is 2-3 with two games left in the season against Seton Hall and Morris Knolls
TAPinto Bloomfield

Photos from 1940 Bloomfield South Junior High exhibit showcasing township’s industries and community groups added to Bloomfield Historical Society website
Essex News Daily

New East Orange Black Lives Matter mural is 9k square feet in size, created by nearly two dozen artists

Group of Montclair residents will seek referendum to transition school board appointed by mayor to one elected by popular vote
Montclair Local

Van Vleck Gardens in Montclair hosting plant sales Apr. 30 to May 2
Van Vleck Gardens

Newark seeks submissions for plans to build housing developments with onsite social service offerings for city’s unhoused population
TAPinto Newark

Virtual trap, neuter, release workshop will teach residents how to support area feral, stray cats May 1

Highlawn Pavilion restaurant and bar atop Eagle Rock Reservation will be run by a new restauranteurs

Learn about a new initiative to help fathers in Essex County develop their parenting skills, improve job prospects on Apr. 30 on Facebook Live
Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern N.J.

Other News

N.J. will allow day and sleepaway camps to operate this summer

Two more prison guards at N.J. women’s prison charged in connection to January attack on inmates
Associated Press

Princeton University apologizes for handling of remains of Black children killed by 1985 police bombing in Philadelphia as community groups call for accountability
Princeton Patch

PennEast will reconsider plan to build new natural gas pipeline through N.J. if state wins U.S. Supreme Court case
NJ Spotlight News