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ICYMI: Join Bloomfield’s 3rd Ward residents for a virtual community meeting with Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia, 3rd Ward Councilwoman Sarah Cruz Mar. 23 on Zoom
Township of Bloomfield

N.J. Senate and Assembly committees approved bill Monday fast-tracking new 60-day utility shutoff protection for residents who apply for financial assistance as 1 in 10 residents behind on electric, gas, or water bills

N.J. officials do not anticipate renewing most restrictive COVID protections as “stealth Omicron” subvariant BA.2 expected to cause increase in infections in coming weeks

Omicron subvariant BA.2 now accounts for at least 1 in 2 new COVID infections in N.J. and N.Y. as of Mar. 19 as decline in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths from Omicron wave continues

Local News

Bloomfield Recreation Spring 2022 programming includes boys and girls track and field for children grades 5-8 with free preview class available week of Apr. 11, deadline to register Apr. 25
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield library is hosting Storytime Boogie with Shooting Stars Dance Studio on Mar. 23 with preregistration required
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield Youth Band marks 34th year with fundraiser to keep membership dues low for area high school, college-age musicians
Bloomfield Youth Band

Local Small Business Pop Up to celebrate one year anniversary with small business pop event in Bloomfield, seeks food, clothing, and beverage vendors to join event on Apr. 23-24
Local Small Business Pop Up

21st annual clean up of the Alonzo F. Bonsal Preserve on Montclair-Bloomfield border will take place Mar. 26 with volunteers asked to bring, shovels, spades and wheelbarrows if possible
Montclair Local

East Orange is seeking experienced home contractors to work on housing rehabilitation with application available online, informational webinar planned Apr. 5
East Orange City Hall

Other News

Military veterans, their spouses or dependents interested in starting or growing a business can apply to participate in a free, seven-week business development workshop series at Rider University now through May 12
Rider University

Immigrant rights group Make the Road New Jersey to host virtual scholarship fair for high school seniors of all immigration statuses Mar. 28 with preregistration required
Make the Road New Jersey