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Bloomfield police say they shot Jeffrey Sutton after he injured four officers with his car but video shows Sutton’s car made no contact, officers were uninjured shooting at the moving vehicle, a violation of the department’s use-of-force guidelines
Bloomfield High School held its 2021 graduation ceremony at Foley Field yesterday
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Newark announces two-year recovery plan, will focus on job growth, equitable development, neighborhood rejuvenation
Fairview Elementary teacher Patricia Trento retires after 38 years
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Two Bloomfield residents to appoint to board of N.J. Association of Women Business Owners
Bloomfield High School updates tech help desk hours for the summer, will be open four days a week, June 28 to Aug. 12
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Who is Venner Park on Bloomfield Ave and State St named after? A community member found out.
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COVID-19: Bloomfield’s confirmed cumulative cases rise to 5,348, deaths remain at 122 as of June 25
Art installation goes up at Montclair’s Lackawanna Plaza
Former East Orange police officer is suing the department and local officials over allegedly vindictive gun charge arrest
Newark’s new George Floyd statue was vandalized with blackface, white supremacist text just over one week after being erected
South Orange librarian Keisha Miller named librarian of the year by N.J. Library Association
Here’s how Newark will spend $8.8M to boost small businesses as COVID recedes
Essex County mayors discuss COVID, revenue shortfalls, and how they plan to spend federal aid at annual meeting
Utility customers owe millions in unpaid bills, so N.J. expands assistance
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As Newark eliminates lead water pipes, N.J. advances 10-year plan for statewide removal
High school valedictorian in Voorhees says principal tried to censor speech about his queer identity