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Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia, Third Ward Councilwoman Sarah Cruz to host a virtual community meeting for Third Ward residents Nov. 10
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield’s First Ward community meeting: Sacred Heart School redevelopment in very early stages, lead water line replacement planned, stormwater mitigation will tap into federal recovery funds
TAPinto Bloomfield

Elected Bloomfield school board members, incumbents Shane Berger, Michael Heller, and first-timer Monica Charris Tabares, to begin their terms in January
TAPinto Bloomfield

More than 9k N.J. children between the ages of 5-11 have received their first dose of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine as of Nov. 9 with 60% of youth ages 12-17 vaccinated
Moorestown Patch

Local News

Modestly Cover diaper bank seeking monetary donations to provide diapers for low-income children, elders in Essex County
Modestly Cover

Bloomfield High School swim team to host fundraiser with Zi Zia pizzeria Nov. 10
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Owner of property at 125 Broughton Ave applied for permission from the Bloomfield Zoning board to construct a two-story addition to add four apartments
Bloomfield Information Project

Montclair and West Orange girls volleyball teams to compete in one-set showcase for breast cancer fundraiser Nov. 11
Montclair Local

Dance on the Lawn seeking applications from professional dancers, dance companies for their Sept. 2022 event in Montclair, deadline to apply is Dec. 17
Montclair Local

Clara Maass Medical Center accepting donations of non-perishable foods, supermarket gift cards, toiletries, cleaning supplies now through Nov. 20 for Thanksgiving drive
Clara Maass Medical Center on TAPinto Bloomfield

Residents of West Orange apartment complex evacuated after rock slide from Ida plan lawsuit for negligence, including landlord, township

Clean air march, rally planned in Newark Nov. 10 by area social justice, environmental groups
Our Revolution

Other News

N.J. MVC has until mid-2023 to create a system for drivers to display vehicle registration electronically in addition to paper documentation under new law

COVID hospitalizations in N.J. have declined steeply since early October, continuing downward trend from late summer surge

N.J. to receive $2.6b for public transit after N.Y. agrees on how to divide up federal aid
Associated Press