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Bloomfield Recreation Summer Camp registration opens May 4 with full-day and half-day camp running from Jul. 5 to Aug. 12 at Forest Glen and Demarest schools for children up to grade 6
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Kindergarten registration for Bloomfield’s 2022-2023 school year is now open with grades 1-12 registration to opening this summer
Bloomfield Public Schools

Bloomfield parents of students in grades 5-12 can get paid to participate in four healthy school virtual workshops with participation also counting towards $1k mini-grants for their school
Bloomfield’s Special Education Parent Advocacy Network

Dec. 2021 data released from N.J. attorney general show state’s police forces remain disproportionately white, including 60% of Bloomfield cops in the majority non-white township

Local News

Bloomfield College announced a new Bachelor of Arts degree program in criminology and social justice will be offered starting fall 2022
Essex News Daily

Bloomfield library’s non-fiction book club’s next meeting is May 17 with the current selection “Travels with George” available at the adult circulation desk
Bloomfield Public Library

Registration is open for The Youth Lounge’s summer flag football camp in Bloomfield for children ages 5-10 starting Jun. 4
The Youth Lounge

Undisclosed buyer purchases 39-unit apartment building at 204 Berkeley Avenue in Bloomfield in private sale
Bloomfield Patch

Van Vleck House & Gardens in Montclair is hosting a photography contest now through May 13 for amateur photographers of all ages with professional equipment awarded to top prize winners
North Essex Chamber of Commerce

As N.J. set to ban single-use bags at major grocery stores, ShopRite and Stop & Shop will begin charging flat fees for reusable bags needed for online orders
NJ Spotlight News

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Health officials encourage parents of kindergarten-age children to get them vaccinated against measles, chicken pox, other illnesses as U.S. sees drop in vaccination against childhood diseases
NJ Spotlight News

Only 1 in 5 applications for the N.J. Excluded Workers Fund have been approved as 28k applications still awaiting review, missing paperwork
NJ Spotlight News