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Bloomfield High School boys and girls track and field teams completed 2022-2023 season undefeated, first in school’s history to win Super Essex Conference’s Liberty Division championship
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield residents interested in joining the Bloomfield’s Special Education Parent Association’s advisory board as secretary or part of the HSA outreach team should apply by email
Bloomfield SEPAC

Montclair’s Church St. Starbucks employees will vote whether to unionize over understaffing, improper training, and faulty equipment, joining 310 stores nationwide considering unionization, 186 organized with Workers United

N.J. reports 3,532 new positive COVID cases, 12 deaths Jul. 14 as test positivity rate climbs to more than 18% with 1,013 hospitalized, most since Feb. 20

Local News

Bloomfield library is hosting Read and Craft with Brady the library dog Jul. 16 in the library courtyard
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield resident Tony Moyet, who ferried evacuees, first responders, and supplies to and from World Trade Center following Sept. 11 attack celebrates one-year anniversary of receiving a life-saving double lung transplant
Bloomfield Patch

Bloomfield Animal Shelter is seeking an adoptive family for Stan an adult male dog who has been at the shelter for six months
The Bloomfield Animal Shelter

Bloomfield is hiring a social service assistant to work in the Health and Human Services Department with applications accepted by email
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield physical education teacher Susan Schotka retires after 42 years with the district
Essex News Daily

Montclair Film is hosting free Movie Night Under the Stars event Jul. 17 with showing “Dirty Dancing” at Montclair’s Anderson Park
Montclair Film

Proposed Amazon cargo hub at Newark airport will not be built after company, Port Authority fail to reach agreement on lease terms following community and environmental activism over hub’s negative impact on public health
Newark Patch

Essex County is part a northern N.J. ground campfire ban due to dry weather with campfires in elevated and contained fire pits and grills still allowed
Moorestown Patch

Other News

Wharton State Forest Fire that burned 98 acres on Jul. 12 is fully contained with the cause of the fire is still under investigation as third wildfire Pine Barrens area sees third fire in less than a month