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Bloomfield schools will be closed May 27 due to an unused snow day, extending Memorial Day weekend for students and staff
Bloomfield Public Schools

Bloomfield High School ranked 208th of 406 schools in N.J. according to 2022 U.S. News and World Report ranking
U.S. News and World Report

North Bloomfield elementary schools continue to outrank South Bloomfield elementary schools in 2022 U.S. News and World Report ranking, suggesting continuation of historic pattern of education inequity in township
U.S. News and World Report

Moderna is seeking emergency use authorization for its COVID vaccine for children 6 months to 5 years old, citing 37-51% effectiveness against severe disease and hospitalization
USA Today

Local News

Bloomfield Office of Emergency Management Coordinator Fred Menzel retires from role after 14 years
TAPinto Bloomfield

Members of the Bloomfield Fire Department were presented with an award from the New Jersey Firefighters Benevolent Association for their work during Hurricane Ida
Bloomfield Public Safety

A one-year-old, male, black and white cat named Pepe is available for adoption at the Bloomfield Animal Shelter
Bloomfield Animal Shelter

Iris Yoga in Bloomfield is hosting a “Teen Glowga Night” on Apr. 29 for people age 12-15
Iris Yoga

N.J. Veterans Affairs to host evening of self-care for veteran survivors of military sexual trauma Apr. 28 at the Veterans’ Affairs Center for Health and Wellness in East Orange
Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill

South Orange bans gas-powered leaf blowers from May to September, restricts year-round use of gas and electric blowers to daytime hours
TAPinto Nutley

Maplewood to host spring 2022 “Small Wonder Marketplace” with local merchants, artists, food and music on May 1
The Village Green

Other News

N.J. high school students can submit short stories to the Morristown Festival of Books Teen Writing Contest with submissions due Jul. 1, cash prizes for top 7 finishers
TAPinto Nutley

1 in 13 judgeships in N.J. are vacant as state courts make their way through 87k case backlog with more than 7k innocent people awaiting trials from jail for up to 3 years