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Bloomfield area auto wrecking yards, waste facilities, and fossil fuel energy plants among sources of local pollution identified in new state map documenting outsized environmental burden on low-income and non-white communities as state seeks to implement new environmental justice standard

ICYMI: St. Thomas the Apostle School is hosting a food truck festival on June 10
St. Thomas the Apostle School

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Bloomfield College nursing professor Lori Ann Palmieri helped revive someone experiencing cardiac arrest using CPR on a flight to Arizona
Essex News Daily

Bloomfield Youth Band will perform host final performance of its 36th concert season on June 11 at Bloomfield Middle School with special guests Al-Jabril Muhammad and Ian Howells
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Bloomfield Youth Band’s “Soliloquies,” final concert of the season, will be June 11 at Bloomfield Middle School
Community contribution from Citizens of Bloomfield

Multi-family yard sale planned at 50 Park Ave in Bloomfield June 11
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Out Montclair’s Pride Festival will be Jun. 11 in downtown Montclair featuring performances and special guests
Out Montclair

Registration is open for Universal Martial Arts in Bloomfield’s summer camp running July 11-15, 18-22
Universal Martial Arts

N.J. grand jury votes not to charge Clifton cop who swerved to avoid car wreck and killed a 65-year-old Clifton resident standing on the sidewalk

Essex County Environmental Center is hosting summer yoga classes on Saturdays starting June 11
Essex County Environmental Center

Essex County is among 13 counties under spotted lanternfly quarantine with residents advised to state to scrape the invasive insects off of plants and kill them
Morristown Daily Record

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New Jersey Citizen Action is hosting free webinars for first-time homebuyers on topics like housing affordability, down payment assistance, and avoiding predatory lending throughout the summer
New Jersey Citizen Action

New law allows passengers to drink alcohol in N.J. pedicabs starting Oct. 2022

Federal Trade Commission filed lawsuit to block the proposed merger of RWJBarnabas Health, Saint Peter’s Healthcare over antitrust concerns as combined entity would control nearly 50% of general acute care services in Middlesex County
West Orange Patch