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Anti-police brutality march from Montclair to Trenton will pass through Bloomfield on Oct. 8
People’s Organization for Progress

Bloomfield Center Restaurant Week continues through Oct. 3
Bloomfield Center Restaurant Week

Bloomfield College receives $3m to support retention, graduation rates of Black men at the school
Bloomfield Patch

N.J. COVID hospitalizations drop below 1k for first time in five weeks as rate of transmission continues decline below one

Local News

Bloomfield Center Alliance continues fundraiser for downtown businesses damaged during Ida
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Bloomfield library to host Argentine tango, folklore guitarist Carlos Pava in virtual concert Oct. 4
Bloomfield Library

Van Vleck House in Montcalr to host annual scarecrow exhibit and contest Oct. 7-24, entries can be dropped Oct. 4-5

COVID: Bloomfield confirmed cumulative cases rise to 5,890, deaths remain at 127 as of Sept. 30
Essex County

Anthony’s Cheesecake receive grant Bloomfield Center Alliance for new awning
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Toni’s Kitchen food drive last Sunday collected 3k meals-worth of food from households in Bloomfield, Glen Ridge, Montclair
Toni’s Kitchen

Yellow Brick Road Rescue seeks to raise funds for foster animal care, accepting donations from online wish lists
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

New high school in Newark to provide specialized education in data science and information technology
TAPinto Newark

Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston to be renamed Cooperman Barnabas following $100m donation from hedge fund billionaire

Temperatures are dipping. Here are restaurants with heated outdoor seating in North Jersey
New Jersey Herald

Other News

NJ Transit, Port Authority step up mask wearing enforcement as complaints increase

Legislation avoiding last minute federal government shutdown passes, provides further funding for disaster relief in N.J.

Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts one of longest, coldest winters for N.J. this year but its about as accurate as a coin toss
Asbury Park Press