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Bloomfield Info’s free food guide outlines state and local resources available to Bloomfield residents amid increase in food insecurity
Bloomfield Info Project

N.J. heat wave forecast to persist through Aug. 9 with widespread rain predicted Aug. 10, temperatures dropping into the 80s following days

FDA does not plan to authorize COVID boosters for adults under 50 in summer 2022 as it focuses on fall vaccination campaign with Omicron-ready vaccine
The Associated Press

Local News

Bloomfield Cruisers car club’s next Hot Summer Nights car show is Aug. 10 at Bloomfield’s Universal Technical Institute featuring food and ice cream truck
Bloomfield Cruisers

Bloomfield Center Alliance will reschedule a performance from Brazilian Samba Band Bossa 5 for a later date after Dinner Under the Stars was canceled on Aug. 5
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Bloomfield library’s next streaming and snacks book club for youth entering grades 7-12 is Aug. 11 in the children’s library to view and discuss the book and view the movie “Paper Towns”
Bloomfield Public Library

COVID: Bloomfield confirmed cumulative deaths at 162 as of Aug. 8
Essex County

Registration is open for Bloomfield Soccer Club’s fall 2022 in-town league for children in grades K-8
Bloomfield Soccer Club

Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair’s next weekend donation day is Aug. 13
Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair

Essex County is administering the Pearson VUE GED test Aug. 10 and 31 at Essex County Economic Development Center in East Orange with registration available by calling the Essex County Division of Training and Employment
County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr.

Turtle Back Zoo’s Sea Turtle Recovery program released eight rehabilitated turtles back into the ocean off Point Pleasant Beach last week

Other News

N.J. 7-day average for confirmed COVID infections continues week-to-week decrease but Essex County remains CDC high-risk area

N.J. Supreme Court ruling eases parole restrictions for incarcerated people who are seriously ill, unable to meet at least 2 of 6 basic living activities
NJ Spotlight News