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Bloomfield recreation is hosting a Fourth of July celebration at Foley Field on Jul. 4 with food vendors, face painting, blow up rides, music, and fireworks with admission free for children under 5 and adults 65+, $2 for those age 18+
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Jun. 27 Bloomfield Town Council meeting sees short-term rental ordinance passed with owners of 2-5 family properties allowed to apply for permit to host Airbnb guests
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield students with district-issued computers can receive free assistance from the Bloomfield High School Tech Help Desk throughout the summer by completing a form online
Bloomfield Public Schools

Bloomfield Youth Band is fundraising for instrument rentals for their 2022-2023 season
Bloomfield Youth Band

Local News

Road closure: Swaths of Broad St., JFK Drive North and South, Essex Ave. will be closed from 6 pm to 9 pm Jun. 30 for the Sunset Classic 5 Mile Road Race
Bloomfield Public Safety

Slay Glam Beauty Salon is hiring licensed stylists and stylist assistants with applications accepted by email
Stay Glamorous Beauty Salon

Out Montclair is hosting a meetup for LGBTQIA parents and youth at the Montclair’s Fourth of July picnic at Edgemont Park on Jul. 4 with registration required
Out Montclair

Montclair State is hosting a rally for reproductive rights on Jul. 1 in front of the student center

Clara Maass Medical Center is hosting a walk-in open interview day Jun. 29
TAPinto Bloomfield

Essex County’s COVID vaccination and testing center in Livingston will be closed Jul. 2-6 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday weekend
County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr.

Other News

Make the Road NJ immigrant rights nonprofit has online appointments available for students starting college in Aug. 2022 or Jan. 2023 who need assistance applying for financial aid
Make the Road NJ

Wildfire in Brendan T. Byrne State Forest in N.J. has been fully contained as the cause of the fire remains under investigation
Asbury Park Press

MTA agrees to make all NYC subway stations accessible by 2055, settling two class action lawsuits brought against state-run agency as 3 in 4 stations are not accessible to people who cannot climb stairs