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Bloomfield health department’s home health assessment program enters second year, offers free lead, mold, and other health hazard inspections
Essex News Daily

Essex County Turtle Back Zoo introduces new groundhog Essex Edwina at 2022 Groundhog Day Event, predicts early spring, Los Angeles Rams to win Super Bowl LVI
Essex County

Feb. 3 weather forecast predicts up to one inch of snow, two tenths of an inch of ice to accumulate in North Jersey Friday, making travel hazardous

Newark extends proof of COVID vaccination requirement for people visiting restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, arts venues, and shared workspaces until Feb. 16
TAPinto Newark

Local News

Bloomfield suspends alternate side of the street parking rules through Feb. 6
Bloomfield Pulse

Tacos La Gringa closes location at 334 Bloomfield Ave, plans to reopen in May at 547 Bloomfield Ave in Bloomfield Center
Community contribution on Citizens of Bloomfield

Tickets are on sale for Bloomfield High School’s winter musical production of Rent, performances run from Feb. 24-27
Bloomfield High School

Montclair Beyond Policing is hosting an online workshop on how to create community networks of support to create justice, accountability, and safety without police on Feb. 6, online registration is encouraged
Montclair Beyond Policing

Studio Montclair is accepting art submissions from Black artists and those from other underrepresented background for their ViewPoints 2022 exhibition, all submissions are due Feb. 27
Montclair Local

Out Montclair and Montclair Brewery are hosting a competition for local artists to create a beer can label for Montclair Pride, submissions are due by Feb. 18

Turtle Back Zoo collected over 18 tons of food, clothes, and toys for Essex County residents during their Holiday Lights Spectacular event this winter
West Orange Patch

Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival to resume in person schedule at Branch Brook Park from Apr. 2-10, programs will include a bike race, 10K and 1-mile fun run, Bloomfest
Newark Patch

Other News

N.J. high school students beginning with the class of 2023 will need a score of 750 to pass new statewide graduation exam their junior year, 25 points higher than education department’s recommended minimum

New law signed by Gov. Murphy aims to increase awareness, hiring, and retention of state job opportunities for people with disabilities