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Less than 4 in 100 Essex County commuters would be affected by proposed congestion toll for NYC’s central business district
NorthJersey.com

Essex County’s Larry Hamm to lead 67-mile pro-democracy march to Trenton from Montclair, pass through Bloomfield Oct. 8
NJ.com

What you need to know about voting by mail in N.J. in the 2021 general election
NJ.com

Plan to remove cancer-causing pollution from Passaic River expands further in Essex County with contamination
NorthJersey.com

Local News


Carlos Armestar and Manon Arndell crowned BHS 2021 homecoming king and queen
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield High School football team beats Newark East 27-0 at last week’s homecoming game
TAPinto Bloomfield

The Avenue Pizza announces opened at 32 Bloomfield Ave in Bloomfield Oct. 4
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield’s historic Collins House recommended for $450k preservation grant from N.J. Historic Trust, must await legislative appropriation
Essex News Daily

COVID: Bloomfield confirmed cumulative cases rise to 5,917, deaths remain at 127 as of Oct. 4
Bloomfield Pulse

East Orange Animal Alliance seeking donations of towels, blankets
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

Human Needs Food Pantry in Montclair seeks donations of new socks throughout the month of October
Human Needs Food Pantry

Girls in Gear bike club launches their fall program in Montclair Oct. 10 for area girls ages 6-12 who want build their confidence on bikes
Bike&Walk Montclair

Newark Arts Festival is Oct. 7-Oct. 10 with online and in-person exhibits
Newark Happening

2,500 N.J. security guards secure anti-discrimination protections, Christmas holiday, higher wage in new union contract
Newark Patch

Other News


Hackensack Meridian Health, N.J.’s largest health care system, says 99% of their 36k employees have received at least one dose of a COVID vaccine after requirement imposed
NorthJersey.com

Oxygen levels in Delaware River dropped below regulatory limits for the third year in a row due to wastewater contamination, higher temperatures tied to climate change
NJ Spotlight News