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Bloomfield College seeks philanthropic support, institutional partnerships to avoid shutting down before end of 2022-2023 school year
Inside Higher Ed

Catch up on the Bloomfield Board of Education Candidates Forum and a Q&A with the candidates
Bloomfield Information Project

N.J. incarcerates Black people at 12.5x more than white residents, highest disparity in the nation, largely unchanged since last measured in 2016
NJ Spotlight News

Federal government says its purchased enough of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine to inoculate all 5 to 11-year-olds in the country
NJ Spotlight News

Local News

Hispanic heritage celebration happening at Newark’s West Side Park Community Center Oct. 21 featuring food trucks, cultural presentations, COVID testing and vaccination
Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr.

Manna Food Depot is Park United Methodist Church food pantry in Bloomfield, open Thursdays from 6 pm to 8 pm
Community Contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield elementary schools ranked among the best in N.J. by U.S. News and World Report
Bloomfield Patch

Demarest elementary school seeking donations of theater props, costumes, accessories
Demarest Home and School association

Kids Corner child care in Bloomfield seeking part-time CDL bus driver
Kids Corner

Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra to restarts rehearsals for first time since pandemic start, seeks new members for brass, string sections
Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra

Montclair’s Egan and Sons restaurant reopened Oct. 20 after extended closure following damage from Ida
Montclair Patch

Candlelight vigil to honor lives lost to COVID on Oct. 28 in East Orange
TAPinto Montclair

Newark police say they’ve fixed error in how officers report uses of force after 2019 audit showed 1 of every 4 incidents incorrectly reported

Other News

Murphy says he has no plans to issue a COVID vaccination mandate for public employees in N.J. following NYC mayor’s decision that to require vaccination of all city workers

NYC will mandate COVID vaccines for all public employees, eliminates option for weekly testing

N.J. now the largest sports betting market in the U.S. with $1 billion of bets made in September