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Cleaning workers at the North Bloomfield Broadacres office complex are protesting cuts to wages, healthcare amid new ownership by Montclair-based real estate investment firm
Bloomfield Patch

Essex County College online summer camp program will let area rising high school juniors and seniors earn free college credits
TAPinto East Orange

N.J.’s “Operation Jersey Summer” is the state’s latest COVID vaccine push focused on overcoming vaccine hesitancy, reaching communities with low vaccination rates
NJ Spotlight News

COVID hospitalizations, transmission rates continue to decline in N.J. as state plans easing of outdoor gathering, indoor catered event restrictions this Friday

Local News

Bloomfield Toastmasters public speaking group hosting monthly meeting May 6
Bloomfield Toastmasters

32nd Annual John Keating Memorial Golf Tournament on June 9 will fundraise for scholarships for Bloomfield High School soccer players
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield college is hosting a showcase for it’s top-rank video game design program May 6
Bloomfield College

Toni’s Kitchen food pantry plans yard sale fundraiser in Montclair May 8
Toni’s Kitchen

Vanguard Theater Company to open in Montclair’s 4th Ward

Montclair high school students are mentoring middle school students in youth-led program started in response to pandemic

Former Montclair resident, Golden Globe-winning actress Olympia Dukakis died May 1

Mountainside Medical Center has a new robot and it needs the community’s help naming it
Mountainside Medical Center

Newark’s Akwaaba art gallery plans summer exhibit, community events after city grants, private donations prevent closure

Virtual youth town hall for children’s mental health awareness will be held by area social service providers May 6
Partnership for Children of Essex County

More Essex County breweries now offering a free beer to those who receive their first COVID-19 vaccine dose in May

Other News

Federal judge overturned nationwide ban on evictions amid pandemic, Biden administration plans to appeal decisions but N.J. renters are still protected by state eviction moratorium
USA Today

CVS pharmacies in N.J. are now accepting COVID-19 vaccine walk-ins at all of its locations in the state
Princeton Patch

A total of 20 people from N.J. have been charged for their role in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection
Princeton Patch