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Community cat welfare organization CPAW NJ will provide training to volunteers to help trap stray cats in Bloomfield for neuter-and-release program

Bloomfield resident, filmmaker Damon Clindinin, wins Best N.J. Short from N.J. Film Awards for “Feed”

N.J. reports the lowest daily number of COVID cases since Dec. 15 at 4,388 as transmission rate continues to fall, state’s fifth pandemic wave continues to recede

Pfizer has begun clinical trials on a new COVID vaccine to address Omicron variant, new variants that may evolve

Local News

Bucco Restaurant in Bloomfield wins Bloomfield Center Alliance holiday window design contest
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Bloomfield’s Kreme & Krumbs will re-open for online ordering Jan. 28, pick up at their Glenwood Ave location Jan. 29
Kreme & Krumbs

Human Needs Food Pantry will receive a $1 donation from every reusable community bag purchased at the 8 Franklin St Stop & Shop in Jan.
Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair

COVID: Bloomfield total confirmed cases reach 11,100 with 3 additional deaths reported bringing total residents lost to 144 as of Jan. 25
Essex County

Mountainside Dental Clinic in Montclair will provide free dental services for children 12 years old and younger on Feb. 4, appointments are required
Mountainside Medical Center

East Orange library to host free 1-on-1 legal consultations for those convicted of non-violent offenses seeking to expunge their record Jan. 29 with virtual option available
East Orange City Hall

Essex County proposes named county college gym after Newarker Cleo Hill, first basketball player from historically Black college drafted in first round to the NBA
Essex County

FEMA to host fire prevention and safety webinar Jan. 26
Federal Emergency Management Agency

Other News

Most N.J. school districts have returned to in-person learning after post-holiday COVID surge lead to staff shortages
NJ Spotlight News

Director of U.S. institute on infectious disease Anthony Fauci says COVID likely won’t go away like smallpox but evolve a less dangerous, disruptive strain that will become endemic