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New state dashboard shows Bloomfield police investigations dismissed 2 in 3 internal affairs complaints in 2021 as 62 inquiries saw two unnamed officers fired, 5 unpaid suspensions given
N.J. Office of the Attorney General

N.J. minimum wage for most employees will rise $1.13 to $14.13 per hour Jan. 1 as state moves towards $15 minimum wage goal by 2024

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Bloomfield Center Alliance’s next Dinner Under the Stars is Sep. 23 on Washington St. with disco music and dancing
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Pigeon Peas, a new Caribbean, vegan, and vegetarian restaurant, opened at their 69 Belleville Ave. location in Bloomfield
Pigeon Peas

Aloha Crab in Bloomfield is hosting karaoke night on Sep. 24 with DJ Edward Abraham
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Registration is open for Fairview HSA’s basketball teams for grades 4-5 with practices expected to run from Oct. 2022 to Mar. 2023, games played Saturdays starting in Jan. 2023
Fairview Home and School Association

Aug. 17 Bloomfield Environmental Commission meeting: town working through backlog of tree planting requests, dry summer conditions causing increase in dust in some areas
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield residents Elizabeth Pugh and Irma M. Perez receive first place awards in 2022 Essex County Senior Citizens Art Show
Bloomfield Patch

Bloomfield Animal Shelter and all four fire stations receive donations of pet oxygen masks for small and large pets from Project Breathe
Bloomfield Animal Shelter

Montclair’s Latino Heritage Month celebration continues through Oct. 15 with film, art museum event, yoga, tequila and food tastings
Latinos of Montclair

Essex County Environmental Center is hosting a free family fall festival Sep. 24 with crafts, petting zoo, live nature and animal demonstrations, pumpkin patch and registration-required guided hikes
Essex County Environmental Center

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N.J. residents with low or little credit can enroll in rent-reporting services to report on-time rent payments to credit bureaus
Nerd Wallet