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Today is the last day to register to participate in Bloomfield Info Project’s meeting to discuss the design of a community ambassador program to encourage civic participation in Bloomfield
Bloomfield Info Project

ICYMI: Mayor Venezia, Councilwoman Mundell to share town updates, answer questions at Bloomfield’s First Ward virtual community meeting Mar. 10
Township of Bloomfield

Gov. Murphy extended the deadline for families to file claims to get extra help for students who lost special education services during COVID school shutdowns to Sept. 1, 2023
NJ.com

Gov. Murphy proposes 2023 budget of $48.9b, including no new taxes, expanded property tax relief, state fee holiday, full pension contribution, and increased school funding
NJ.com

Local News


J.T. Murdoch Shoes in Bloomfield is hiring a sales associate to work three to four days per week
J.T. Murdoch Shoes

Berkley Elementary School is selling school spirit clothing until Mar. 25 with order form available online
Berkley Home and School Association

Bloomfield High School’s winter track’s Emily Haraka, Rylie Sayers, Isabella Copeck, and Ashley Toro won the N.J. State Interscholastic Athletic Association Group 4 Championship 4×800 relay
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield Bengals Softball summer camp for children age 7-14 will run from July. 5-14 at Clark’s Pond South with registration available online
Bloomfield Bengals Softball

Bloomfield Bengals Baseball summer camp for children age 7-15 will run from July.11-29 at Bloomfield Middle School with online registration required
Bloomfield Bengals Baseball

Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair is no longer accepting winter clothing donations and is now accepting spring clothing donations
Human Needs Food Pantry

Luna Stage in East Orange will reopen for in-person performance after two years of COVID closures with reading of Nikkole Salter’s “Torn Asunder,” play about an enslaved woman’s quest to reunite with her husband and son, on Mar. 11
Baristanet

Essex County Environmental Center’s after school programs for children age 5+ opened for registration for the first half of 2022 with topics including garden club, frog pond science club, and forest friends club
Essex County Environmental Center

New Jersey Jazz Society has opened applications for its 2022 classic jazz and original composition scholarship awards with N.J. undergraduates enrolled in music programs eligible for $1k prizes, applications due Mar. 31
Montclair Patch

Other News


N.J. Hispanic business association opened applications for their bilingual, eight-session Latina Entrepreneurship Training Series
Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of N.J.

Tickets go on sale Mar. 9 for Asbury Park’s Sea Hear Now music festival featuring Green Day, Stevie Nicks, and 24 other bands Sept. 17-18 tickets
Sea Hear Now Festival

N.J. Supreme Court rules that the public has a right to see settlement agreements with public employees in order to increase transparency and government accountability
NorthJersey.com