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Bloomfield’s boil water notice lifted Oct. 10 but water pressure remains below normal as residents encouraged to conserve indoor and outdoor water use
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield boil water notice lifted Oct. 10 as utilities make emergency improvements to connect to alternate water sources to remedy remaining low water pressure issues by approximately Oct. 13
Township of Bloomfield

Gov. Murphy approved update to N.J.’s new child tax credit allowing families making up to $80K annually with children under age 6 to receive up to a $500 state tax credit per child beginning April 2023

ICYMI: Individuals and groups can sign up to participate in Bloomfield’s fall 2022 town-wide cleanup Oct. 22 with registration open through Oct. 16
Township of Bloomfield

Local News

Bloomfield animal shelter seeks an adoptive family for “Mr. Foxy” and “Jenna,” a bonded pair of one year old Pomeranians
Bloomfield Animal Shelter

AMG Medical Institute of Bloomfield plans pumpkin decorating contest with entries accepted on Instagram by tagging AMG Medical Institute, most liked to receive $50 gift card
AMG Medical Institute

Montclair Film Festival has announced its full line up of screenings for the festival running Oct. 21-30 with tickets now available for purchase
Montclair Film

Montclair YMCA to host tryouts for their travel basketball co-ed teams for children age 7-14 and two girls-only teams for girls age 9-12 and 12-14 on Oct. 15-16 at the Park St. YMCA
YMCA of Montclair

NAACP Oranges and Maplewood plans a criminal justice expungement workshop at the East Orange library Oct. 13 with preregistration required
NAACP Oranges and Maplewood

East Orange community held vigil for Letrell Duncan, high school student and star basketball player who shot and killed in a drive-by shooting last week as investigation remains underway

Essex County Environmental Center plans N.J. bats and bat house-building workshop for children in grades 1-5 on Oct. 18 with preregistration required
Essex County Environmental Center

Other News

N.J. residents affected by Tropical Storm Ida can apply for funding on new statewide website for disaster relief
New Jersey Disaster Help