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Bloomfield Information Project receives inaugural grant from state fund for local news to pilot community reporter corps
Bloomfield Information Project

DeCamp bus service announces it will restart bus service on area lines beginning June 14
Montclair Local

Community bike ride planned June 6 from Felton Field in Bloomfield summer bike-walk series
Bloomfield Public Safety

N.J. is the second in the country for most land dedicated to parks
New Jersey Herald

Local News

Bloomfield martial arts studio Warriors Dojo to host Comic-Con June 5
Warriors Dojo

Demarest HSA hosting clothing drive to benefit 6th grade class June 5
Demarest Home and School Association

Popup COVID vaccine clinic at Watsessing Community Center will be held on June 9 for those who received their first dose at the May 12 popup clinic there
Bloomfield Pulse

Obituary: Bloomfield’s John. J Coppola, Bloomfield Cruiser and father of three, died of COVID in February

Bloomfield High School’s Tiffany Ortiz among Essex County student-athletes honored at Yogi Berra Museum
TAPinto Newark

BHS athletics update: golf team, girls track and field place in county competitions, volleyball makes headway at state tournament while tennis eliminated
Bloomfield Pulse

COVID-19: Bloomfield’s confirmed cumulative cases rises to 5,322, deaths remain at 121 as of June 3
Essex County

Oskar Schindler Performing Arts Center in West Orange kicks of series of shows with craft beer and music event June 5

West Orange gallery unveils Black Lives Matter exhibit with area local artists, will run through July

Newark honors city’s first three Black firefighters with firehouse dedication

Essex County jail officer admits to falsifying report about assault of pre-trial detainee, one of four charged by U.S. attorney

Other News

Nearly three quarters of N.J. residents say they’ve received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, 10% say they’re still unwilling
TAPinto New Brunswick

Black and Hispanic N.J. residents are more likely than white residents to worry about missing work to due side effects of COVID-19 vaccination
NJ Spotlight News

Humpback whale caught singing of the N.J. coast raise new mysteries about their lifestyles