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Bloomfield councilwomen recognize 2022 “Bloomfield Women to Watch” on town Facebook page in celebration of International’s Women’s Day
Township of Bloomfield

Essex County residents can now register to vote-by-mail at no cost with postage paid for printed from the county’s website
Bloomfield Patch

A 2020 Bloomfield ordinance prohibits short term rentals of less than 30 days, barring most Airbnb and other paid home-share listings
Bloomfield Pulse

U.S. Postal Service raises limit on free at-home COVID test orders to two as those who received first set of four can now request another
U.S. Postal Service

Local News

Bloomfield High School choir to perform in free concert at the high school auditorium Mar. 9
Bloomfield High School Arts

Bloomfield craft club is creating topiaries at the Civic Center Mar. 9 with preregistration required, no supplies provided
Bloomfield Craft Group

Bloomfield library is hosting read and craft event with Brady, the library dog, Mar. 11
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield High School robotics team placed in the top ten for the first time in a statewide robotics competition
Bloomfield School District

Bloomfield library will be displaying artwork created by students from Berkeley and Franklin elementary schools in the children’s library now through Apr. 7
Bloomfield Public Library

Nutley for Black Lives is collecting donations for their Black Excellence Scholarship until Apr. 8
Nutley for Black Lives

Newark’s St. Patrick’s Day parade is returning after COVID cancellations Mar. 11 with a march through downtown Newark
Newark Patch

Essex County Environmental Center is accepting application their Butterfly Tent Safari unpaid internship running July 16-30 with applications can be sent to center senior naturalist David Alexander
Essex County Environmental Center

Other News

N.J. Supreme Court is down one justice to 6 as civil rights attorney Rachel Wainer Apter’s confirmation blocked by Bergen County GOP senator

NYC drops proof of vaccination mandate for indoor dining, fitness centers, and entertainment spaces except for Broadway theaters