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Bloomfield Public Schools are hiring for numerous positions for the 2022-2023 school year including K-12 teachers, paraprofessionals, special services positions with applications accepted online
Bloomfield Public Schools

Bloomfield Board of Education incumbents Ben Morse, Jill Fischman running for re-election in 2022 on ticket with resident Phyllis Gerber and residents Joshua Trojak, Josefina Rosario-Simone also seeking election
Bloomfield Pulse

Associated Humane Societies Newark Branch animal shelter is at capacity and seeking individuals interested in adopting or fostering animals with foster applications accepted by email
AHS Newark Branch

Local News

Bloomfield recreation seeks to create a new fall co-ed adult softball/kickball league with those interested in participating encouraged to email the department
Bloomfield Pulse

Gold Wellness Circle and The Alzheimer’s Association are hosting the Alzheimer’s Fundraiser Fair on Aug. 6 at Bloomfield College with children’s activities, fitness classes, information on Alzheimer’s and Dementia, resources for caregivers
Gold Wellness Circle

Montclair Beyond Policing is hosting an online abolitionist reading group to study and discuss “Becoming Abolitionists” by Derecka Purnell for three Mondays starting Aug. 8
TAPinto Montclair

East Side Mags in Montclair is hosting a signing of “Young Men in Love: A Queer Romance Anthology” with editor Matt Miner and writers Rich Douek, Josh Cornillon and artist Bradley Clayton Aug. 6
East Side Mags

Essex County’s free summer music concert series continues with a performance from disco and pop group The Discoteks on Aug. 5 at Bloomfield’s Brookdale Park
Essex County Parks

Essex County Environmental Center is hosting a class on spotting wildlife tracks and how to create a plaster track mold for children age 6+ on Aug. 6 with preregistration required
Essex County Environmental Center

Other News

Immigrants rights group Make the Road New Jersey is hosting Spanish-language virtual discussion Aug. 4 on reimagining the federal budget to centers the needs of immigrant, working-class communities of color
Make the Road New Jersey

New Jersey Citizen Action is hosting a free webinar on Aug. 4 for first-time homebuyers on topics like housing affordability, down payment assistance, and avoiding predatory lending
New Jersey Citizen Action

Heat indecies in N.J. expected to reach up to 105 degrees in North Jersey, 110 degrees along I-95 corridor Aug. 4