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Bloomfield residents can visit area museums for free with Bloomfield Public Library’s free museum passes, including the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Intrepid Museum, New York Historical Society, and Storm King Art Center
Bloomfield Public Library

Online registration for Bloomfield’s 2022-2023 school year is now open for all grades
Bloomfield Public Schools

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Juke Joint soul food restaurant on 1st Ave. in Bloomfield is hiring line cooks and waitstaff
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield’s Girl Scout Troop 20340 is collecting gently used and new stuffed cats and dogs for hospice patients until Jun. 18 with collection bins at Shooting Star Dance Center and NJ Fitness Factory
Community contribution from Citizens of Bloomfield

Bloomfield library will be closed Jun. 17 in observance of Juneteenth
Bloomfield Public Library

Iris Yoga in Bloomfield is hosting free morning and evening yoga classes Jun. 21 to celebrate International Yoga Day
Community contribution from Citizens of Bloomfield

Universal Technical Institute in Bloomfield is hosting a free summer program for high school juniors interested in careers in the transportation industry
Universal Technical Institute

Area residents are advised that Glen Ridge has approved a noise waiver for the Glen Ridge Country Club Jun. 17 until midnight, Jun. 18 until 11 pm
Glen Ridge Police Department

Essex County offices will be closed on Jun. 17 in observance of Juneteenth with Turtle Back Zoo, Codey Arena, environmental center, and county COVID vaccination and testing centers to remain open
County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr.

North N.J. Democratic Socialist of America is hosting a free Zoom discussion to explore the science behind trash incineration and hear from area communities on the frontlines of the environmental justice issue Jun. 22
North NJ Democratic Socialist of America

Other News

N.J. files lawsuit against Ford for dumping automobile paint sludge in former iron mines on indigenous Ramapough land seeking millions to fund restoration projects to bring contaminated land closer to pre-pollution state

N.J. Supreme Court rules 2020 law allowing judges to reduce the criminal sentences of defendants under the age of 26 cannot be applied retroactively with legislative intent
New Jersey Monitor