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Bloomfield High School’s environmental club is selling tree saplings to offset the school’s paper usage, plants can be ordered online by Mar. 2
Bloomfield School District

Newark area saw the warmest Feb. 17 on record Thurs. with temperatures reaching 68 degrees with cold front forecast to bring heavy rains and winds, potential power outages beginning early Fri.

Local groups continue opposition to expanded Amazon shipping hub at Newark airport over lack of traffic and environmental studies, poor labor practices as $430m lease agreement yet unsigned
New Jersey Monitor

N.J. to offer up to $240m in assistance to attract grocers to supply fresh fruits and vegetables to residents in food deserts in Montclair, East Orange, and Newark

Local News

Toni’s Kitchen will pick up food donations from doorsteps across Bloomfield, Montclair, Glen Ridge on Feb. 27, register your building or household to donate
Toni’s Kitchen

The Bloomfield Baseball Association is looking for volunteers, coaches, and interns for their in-town weeknight youth baseball league
Bloomfield Baseball Association

Bloomfield Bengals Jr. spring flag football registration for boys and girls in grades 3-8 is now open, online registration is $85
Community contribution Citizens of Bloomfield

Bloomfield Public Library’s Queer Book Club to meet Mar. 8, current selection “All My Mother’s Lovers” available at adult circulation desk
Bloomfield Public Library

Out Montclair and Montclair Film are hosting a screening of “Maurice Hines: Bring Them Back” on Feb. 20 at The Claridge, ticket purchase required
Out Montclair

Essex County Parks releases 2022 Cherry Blossom Festival schedule of events for Apr. 2-10 in Branch Brook Park
Essex County Parks

Other News

New CDC research shows babies of mothers who received two shots of Pfizer or Moderna COVID vaccines had 61% lower risk of COVID hospitalization in first six months of life

N.J. Superior Court rules that transgender people have a right to seal a name change from the public record in unanimous decision
New Jersey Monitor