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Primary voters in Bloomfield can mail their ballot with USPS or leave it at the official ballot drop box at Fire Station No. 3 at 144 E Passaic Ave. in Bloomfield

NJ-11 Rep. Mikie Sherrill will have a mobile casework office at the Bloomfield municipal building June 2 to assist with open cases with Veterans’ Affairs, Social Security, Medicare
Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill

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Registration is open for Bloomfield Recreation’s traveling summer camp for children in grades 7-10 with the trips to area recreation, zoos, and museums during one-week sessions July 18-29
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield High School’s Gianna Faura was awarded the Yogi Berra Museum Best Teammate Award alongside 38 other student athletes from Essex County

Bloomfield High School volleyball captain Jahleel Murphy named May’s athlete of the month
Bloomfield Pulse

J.T. Murdoch Shoes in Bloomfield is hiring a sales associate
J.T. Murdoch Shoes

Peruvian restaurant Qenko Organic Cuisine opened at 68 Washington St in Bloomfield
Qenko Organic Cuisine

Bloomfield High School is hosting an art show of students’ artwork on June 2
Bloomfield Pulse

Registration is open for NJPAC’s City Verses: jazz and poetry summer camp for children age 13 to 18 Rutgers University-Newark campus running from Jul 18-30
New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Essex County opened applications June 1 for grants of up to $10k for local nonprofits with arts and history programs
Essex County Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Essex County is hosting a used tire recycling and paper shredding day on June 4 at the Essex County Public Works building in Cedar Grove
Suburban Essex Chamber of Commerce

Essex County officials have approved a $10m bid to build the new Wally Choice community center building at Glenfield Park in Montclair
Montclair Local

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Officials say there are no radiological hazards at Colonia High School after investigation sparked by former student’s allegation of cancer diagnoses among more than 100 former students and teachers
Woodbridge Patch

N.J. reported 1,872 confirmed positive COVID tests May 31 as state’s 7-day average of 3,341 continues slow descent