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Mayor Michael Venezia, Councilwomen Jenny Mundell and Sara Cruz encourage residents to submit concerns through township’s online citizen request for services form in new “Clean & Strong Bloomfield” initiative
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield High School Athlete of the Month for April is softball captain Hope Kornstein
Bloomfield Pulse

Pfizer requests FDA approve COVID vaccine booster shots for children ages 5-11

More than half of U.S. residents have been infected with COVID, including 3 out of every 4 children 11 and younger, according to latest CDC study

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Bloomfield High School sports: track and field continue undefeated streak at 7-0, softball wins against Belleville, West Orange, and West Caldwell Tech, golf team wins over Nutley
Bloomfield Pulse

Watsessing HSA is hosting a Krispy Kreme fundraiser for school’s 6th grade class with online orders available for pickup May 6
Watsessing Home and School Association

Bloomfield residents can submit artwork samples online until May 5 to be considered for the 2022 Artists Showcase at the Town Pub of Bloomfield planned Jun. 11
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Eagle Scout candidate Charlie Eshelman worked with others from Boy Scout Troop 22 to update planter boxes and trellises, build benches and a picnic table for the V.E.S.T. Gardens at Bloomfield Middle School
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Montclair Disability Pride is hosting a march for disability rights on May 1
Montclair Disability Pride

Memorial service will be held for the late East Orange Mayor Robert L. Bowser on May 7
TAPinto Montclair

NJPAC in Newark is hosting Legacy Ball May 8 to celebrate area LGBTQ+ community with tickets free but preregistration required
New Jersey Performing Arts Center

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NJ Transit rejects idea for mask-only train car after federal judge overturned nationwide mask mandate on public transit

U.S. to expand availability of COVID antiviral treatment Paxlovid from 20k to 40k pharmacies as drug reduce risk of hospitalization, death by 90% for those infected and most likely to get severe disease