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Bloomfield Center Alliance is hosting a Fourth of July themed Dinner Under the Stars featuring blues, rock, and folk music from Ippy and the Project on Jul. 1 at Six Points Plaza
Bloomfield Pulse

Gov. Murphy signs $50.6b state budget for 2022-2023 with expanded property tax relief, $60m in state fee waivers, state-level tax credit, second consecutive full payment to N.J. public worker pension fund

Clean energy advocacy nonprofit RMOI finds N.J. on track to reduce state’s carbon emissions by 52% below 2005 levels by 2030 with significant improvements to transportation, buildings, and industry required to meet 80% reduction goal by 2050
NJ Spotlight News

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Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey is hosting a conversation Jul. 6 at Bloomfield’s Temple Ner Tamid about abortion rights and the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, limit reproductive rights of people in forced-birth states
Temple Ner Tamid

Bloomfield Soccer Club is hosting a Family Night Out on Jul. 31 to see the Gotham FC soccer team play at Red Bull arena with ticket reservations available online, including player meet and greet and the game admission
Bloomfield Soccer Club

N.J. consumer affairs spokesperson says Costco’s plan to limit gasoline sales to members-only starting Jul. 5 does not violate N.J. consumer protection laws

Montclair Film announces Tedeschi Trucks Band will present first two episodes of their new, four-part film and music project “I AM THE MOON” at The Clairidge on Jul.5 with a post screening Q&A with the band

Branch Brook Park Fest will be Jul. 9 in Newark featuring art vendors, food trucks, free family activities, and free outdoor exercise classes
Branch Brook Park Alliance

Essex County Prosecutor seizes control of the Irvington Police Department’s Internal Affairs unit with no information as to why

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Researchers find N.J. allergy season is starting sooner and lasting longer due to climate change increasing pollen levels
NJ Spotlight News

N.J. Supreme Court rules unanimously that state must do more to ensure right to speedy trial as more than 6,700 incarcerated awaiting trial without having been proven guilty amid judge shortage, some in violation of state’s law limiting pre-trial detention to two years
New Jersey Monitor