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Bloomfield Community Farmers Market seeks vendors for its 2022 season in the library courtyard Tues. afternoons June 7 to Oct. 25 with free vending opportunity available
Township of Bloomfield

ICYMI: Bloomfield residents living near Bloomfield Center can volunteer to distribute flyers about food aid available in the neighborhood, register online by Feb. 25
Bloomfield Info Project

Gov. Murphy said New Jersey could be within weeks of legal marijuana as the state will begin accepting recreational dispensary applications Mar.15
Asbury Park Press

CDC updates COVID activity measurements, reclassifying Essex County as low risk for transmission
USA Today

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Bloomfield High School’s boys’ basketball team beats local rival Nutley 58-38 this week on team’s Senior Night
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield Little League is hosting tryouts for ages 9-12 on Mar. 6 inside the Bloomfield Middle School gym
Bloomfield Little League

New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts is hosting free virtual sample classes for adults on acting and improv on Feb. 28
New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts

Watchung Booksellers is hosting authors Nomi M. Stolzenberg and David N. Myers to discuss their book “American Shtetl: The Making of Kiryas Joel, A Hasidic Village in Upstate New York” on Mar. 2

Approximately 100 people gathered in Montclair Thurs. for a peace vigil hosted by area interfaith clergy in wake of Russian invasion of Ukraine

Montclair YMCA is hiring summer camp counselors for its 2022 season
YMCA of Montclair

“Jersey Grays” revolutionary war reenactors seek recruits for 2022 season
The 3rd New Jersey Regiment

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N.J. Department of Human Services accepting submissions through Mar. 31 for its annual Teen Media Contest for students grades 8-12 with top three submissions receiving cash prize, exhibition in statehouse
N.J. Department of Human Services

Target will no longer require employees, customers to wear masks inside stores as of Feb. 21

N.J. wealthiest man is North Jersey’s Rocco Commisso, owner of Mediacom cable company, with an estimated wealth $8b