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Bloomfield town council update: 1 in 2 Bloomfield adults are fully vaccinated against COVID, 63% of water meters in the township have been replaced, Juneteenth event vendor fees will be waived
TAPinto Bloomfield

84% of Bloomfield 65 and older have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 according to new state dashboard
NJ Spotlight News

There’s an affordable housing crisis in Newark and Essex County

Newark launches guaranteed income pilot with 30 residents, plans to scale to 400 residents in the fall, will be one of largest pilot programs in U.S.
TAPinto Newark

Local News

Bloomfield library hosting free blues concert on Zoom May 12
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield resident and Montclair State University theatre arts student Izabella Londono offers immersive historical podcast experience at Paterson’s Great Falls May 15-16
Montclair State University

Bloomfield zoning board to meet May 13, review nine applications for variances
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield public works posts how-to for residents disposing of leaves, grass clippings, loose wood
Bloomfield Public Works and Park Maintenance

Bloomfield shredded more than 12k pounds of paper at the town’s shredding event last weekend
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield recreation launches second in series of online exhibits for AAPI heritage month
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Montclair Jewish community raised concerns of anti-semitism following high school’s honoring of Jewish ultra-nationalist for Jewish American Heritage Month

Montclair’s Trend Coffee and Tea House plants outdoor concert series and fundraiser June 5
Montclair Patch

Partnership for Children of Essex has job openings for a human resource manager, care managers

Nine-year-old sea lion died at Turtle Back Zoo, officials announced Tuesday, necropsy to seek cause of death
West Orange Patch

New lawsuit filed against Archdiocese of Newark alleging sexual abuse by late Archbishop Peter Leo Gerety

Other News

More than 85% of license and vehicle registration renewals in N.J. can now be done online along with most other MVC transactions as agency continues service changes amid pandemic
Gloucester Township Patch

Rutgers University will hold virtual commencements this spring, plans in-person celebrations for 2020-2021 graduates later this year

N.J. is dozens of court judges short as jury trials set to resume, eviction moratorium expected to end,
NJ Spotlight