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Oct. 3 Bloomfield Town Council meeting: abandoned lot restrictions expanded to include commercial properties, shorter remediation times, high school students to receive placards allowing parking in area two-hour parking spots
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield residents with chronic health conditions can attend a health management program at the Glen Ridge library beginning Oct. 13 with registration accepted by email
Township of Bloomfield

Local News

Bloomfield police and fire departments will host 2022 open house event on Oct. 8 at 1 Municipal Plaza with tour of headquarters, free food, family activities
Bloomfield Public Safety

Bloomfield Center Alliance’s next Dinner Under the Stars is Oct. 7 with a performance from New York’s Jazzy R&B Duo on Washington St. between Glenwood Ave. and Farrand St.
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Demarest Elementary School was evacuated on Oct. 4 after a bomb threat against school with police search deeming building safe same day
Bloomfield Patch

Bloomfield plans document shredding event for residents Oct. 8 at Pulaski Park
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield library to host children’s storytime and craft event Oct. 8 with Brady the dog in the library courtyard
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield library to host a free concert with Latin and Caribbean music artist Manny on Oct. 8
Bloomfield Public Library

Montclair hosts “March to ROEvember” on Oct. 8 outside Montclair City Hall with guest speakers Senator Cory Booker, Rep. Mikie Sherrill, other local leaders
Blue Wave NJ

Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair will be giving away items that cannot be used by clients for upcycle crafting on their next weekend donation day on Oct. 8
Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair

Rutgers 4-H plans computer science club for students in grades 4-8 with computer science, STEM classes weekly Oct. 11 to Dec. 15 at Rutgers University’s Newark campus with online registration required
Rutgers University

50th anniversary National Black Political Conventional set to meet in Newark on Oct. 28-30 has been postponed to next year due to the water crisis in Jackson, M.S.

Other News

Gov. Murphy says N.J. on track to generate 85% of its energy from non-fossil fuel sources by end of decade with offshore wind turbine installations, manufacturing planned in state’s south
NJ Spotlight News