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Parents of pre-school age children can stop by Bloomfield High School beginning Jul. 5 to apply for its free preschool program offering morning and afternoon sessions for 10 weeks this fall and spring
Bloomfield Public Schools

Bloomfield Center Alliance next Dinner Under the Stars is Jul. 8 on Washington St. featuring a live performance of soul music by Seychelle Elise
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Bloomfield Presbyterian Church on the Green’s Don Cornell was awarded township’s 2022 service award for his work at the church’s food pantry
Bloomfield Presbyterian Church on the Green

Gov. Murphy signs safety bills including prohibition on high-powered rifles, increased penalties for ghost guns, regulation of handgun ammunition sales, and mandatory safety training amid U.S. gun violence epidemic
New Jersey Patch

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Map shows New Deal era public projects in Bloomfield including main post office, former concrete stands at Foley Field, Brookdale Park improvements
Living New Deal

Bloomfield preschool Leap-ei to host open house Jul. 16 by appointment

Registration is still open for The Youth Lounge’s summer camp in Bloomfield for children ages 5-13 running until Sep. 2
The Youth Lounge

Essex County to distribute Farmers Market Vouchers to county residents age 60+ at Verona Park on Jul. 11 with proof of ID, residency, and income required to qualify for vouchers of up to $484 weekly
Essex County Division of Senior Services

Newark Museum of Art is hosting the 2022 Newark Black Film Festival Jul. 12-17
Newark Museum of Art

Spirit Airlines will take over 16 available takeoff and landing times previously held by Southwest Airlines at Newark Airport
The Associated Press

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George Washington Bridge to close toll booths, go fully cashless Jul. 10 with Lincoln Tunnel following later this year, joining fully cashless Staten Island bridges, Holland Tunnel

N.J. budget for next year aims to “virtually eliminate” hazards posed by lead paint in 250k homes with community advocates calling for more investment to also replace lead service lines causing dozens of lead poisonings in state daily
NJ Spotlight News