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Bloomfield Animal Shelter is seeking volunteers age 18+ to work afternoon shifts in their cat room performing duties like cleaning, socializing, feeding, laundry, and dishwashing with applications accepted by email
Bloomfield Animal Shelter

Urban Girl Magazine is hosting a Black Business Crawl on Jul. 30 that will shuttle participants to ten different Black-owned business to shop around Newark, Montclair, Orange, and Linden
Urban Girl Magazine

N.J.’s sales tax holiday on school supplies will run from Aug. 27 to Sep. 5 with tax-free purchases of some school supplies like writing utensils, notebooks, art supplies, reference books, computers, and sports equipment
TAPinto Bloomfield

Local News

Bloomfield-area residents should not use glue traps to kill spotted lanternflies as Morris County-based Raptor Trust reports increase in birds stuck in glue traps as result
TAPinto Westfield

Jul. 28 Bloomfield Zoning Board meeting to include continued discussion of new childcare center at 67 Park Pl., new four story, 14-unit building at 25 Lawrence St.
Township of Bloomfield

Turtle Back Zoo is hosting “Wild Science” night at the zoo on Jul. 30 with conservation activities, talks with zoo keepers, and a science demonstration from Mad Science
Turtle Back Zoo

East Side Mags in Montclair is hosting a signing of “Rayne of Ages” with artists Nick Caponi and JP Buzio on Jul. 30
East Side Mags

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

Temple of Radiant Light in Bloomfield is hosting a free comedy night Jul. 29 hosted by Brooklyn Mike Troy and performances by Dante Carter, Charles Walden, and G.L. Douglas
Community contribution Citizens of Bloomfield

Other News

17 of N.J.’s 21 counties are considered high risk for COVID transmission by the CDC as of Jul. 25 as hospitalizations, test positivity rate rises amid latest Omicron variant

NJ-12 U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman arrested in protest outside U.S. Supreme Court last week among House legislators seeking to add four justices to 9-member court over concerns court will seek to rollback right to marriage equality, contraception
NJ Spotlight News