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Rise cannabis dispensary opens in Bloomfield, donates first day profits to Bloomfield police department’s Youth Aid Foundation
Green Thumb Industries on TAPinto Bloomfield

Newark airport to begin demolition of part of Terminal A Sept. 30 in first stage of renovation, may cause additional delays
Newsbreak

First N.J. gubernatorial debate between Murphy, Ciattarelli is tonight
NJ Spotlight News

Get to know the Democrat, Republican, Green, Libertarian, and Socialist candidates for governor in N.J. in 2021
NJ Spotlight News

Local News


Weekly craft meetups return to the Bloomfield Civic Center Sept. 29
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

Bloomfield Chorale at Church on the Green to begin rehearsals for fall, winter season, seeks new members
Bloomfield Chorale

Belleville residents Samuel Fontanez, Ivan Mancheno saved neighbor from drowning during Hurricane Ida, will be recognized by mayor
TAPinto Bloomfield

State appellate court sides with Newark, federal judge with Rutgers on challenges to COVID vaccine mandates
NJ Spotlight News

Monthly virtual drag bingo fundraiser to benefit Newark LGBTQ Community Center kicks off Sept. 29 in Newark
Newark LGBTQ Community Center

Newark-area had the wettest September on record since detailed records started being kept in 1931
NJ.com

Bloomfield’s Zi Zia Pizzeria hosting fundraiser for Bloomfield student musicians Sept. 29
Music Parents Association of BHS

Bloomfield students in Pre K-12 can pick up snacks in the library courtyard every Wednesday
Bloomfield Public Library

Newark’s downtown business district to host free social media training event for area small businesses Sept. 29
Newark Downtown District

Other News


Most National Flood Insurance policy holders in N.J. will see rates increase after FEMA updates risk rating system to better reflect cost of flooding
NJ Spotlight News

Income cap for N.J. prescription drug, hearing, and utility assistance is increasing by $10k, people age 65+ older and those with disabilities can apply online
N.J. Department of Human Services