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Bloomfield Health Department is hosting a blood drive at the Oakside Cultural Center Apr. 25 with half of donations going to Clara Maas Medical Center in Belleville, donors eligible to win a Wawa gift card
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield 3rd Ward community meeting recap: Halcyon Park cleanup planned, township garbage collection contract extended due to limited bids, pedestrian-friendly improvements to Watsessing station under consideration, third public parking garage planned in downtown
TAPinto Bloomfield

Mar. 28 Bloomfield Town Council recap: $2.5m bond for lead service line replacement approved, township athletic programs, women, and veterans honored, distracted driving enforcement campaign expected in April
TAPinto Bloomfield

United Way of Northern New Jersey continues to offer income tax filing assistance for free to N.J. residents who make up to $73k per year with appointments required for most Essex County locations
NJ 211

Local News

Bloomfield police plans 3-mile community bike ride Apr. 3 beginning at township green
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield High School Track and Field team is hosting a fundraiser for equipment, warm-up outfits, and its end of the season awards dinner
Bloomfield High School Track and Field

Bloomfield library Queer Book Club’s next meeting is Apr. 12 with copies of the current selection, “Amateur,” available at the adult circulation desk
Bloomfield Public Library

Bnai Keshet Temple in Montclair is hosting a free outdoor Passover Family Fun Day on Apr. 3
Bnai Keshet

So Fresh Fest, a health and wellness festival, will coincide with the Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival at Newark’s Branch Brook Park on Apr. 2 and 3
So Fresh Fest

South Mountain Conservancy is hosting a free Earth Day Hike on Apr. 22 starting at the Tulip Spring Parking Lot in West Orange with preregistration required
Essex County Parks

Other News

Latest N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development report says that the state has regained 90% of jobs lost during the pandemic as some employers report wage increases, unemployment offices reopen Mar. 28 for residents with unresolved claims
Asbury Park Press

N.J. Law Revision Commission seeks public input on updating state statutes to replace the word “inmate” with “person who is incarcerated,” de-gender other third-person references
New Jersey Monitor

N.J.’s last two coal power plants, both in South Jersey, will close by May 31