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Meet the five candidates running for three open Bloomfield school board seats in 2022: Phyllis Gerber, Joshua Trojak, Josefina Rosario Solis, Jill Fischman, and Ben Morse
Bloomfield Pulse

Deadline to register to vote in the 2022 general election in N.J. is Oct. 18 with registration forms, registration status info available online
New Jersey Division of Elections

Local News

Office building at 554 Bloomfield Ave. in Bloomfield for sale for $2.5M
Bloomfield Patch

ICYMI: Registration is open for the Oct. 30 Bloomfield Spirit 5k run-walk benefiting Mt. Olivet Cemetery
Spirit Run

Halpin-Bitecola Brookdale funeral home is hosting a Halloween coloring page contest with three age categories, 12 and under, 13-17, and 18+ participants who drop off their coloring page on Oct. 31 will receive a Halloween goodie bag
Halpin-Bitecola Brookdale Funeral Home

Bloomfield Chorale seeks to raise $2K from community to support 2022 season for the 89-year-old chorus group
Bloomfield Federation of Music

Bloomfield residents Izabela Van Tassel and Pawel Wozniak earned awards from the Essex County’s fall 2022 parks photography contest with their photos of Turtle Back Zoo and Kip’s Castle
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield restaurant Hamburguesa opened at 393 West Passaic Ave. on Oct. 4
Bloomfield Patch

2022 Rose Squared Fall Art Show will be at Bloomfield’s Brookdale Park Oct. 16-17
Essex County Parks

East Orange YMCA plans virtual job fair on Oct. 18 for job opportunities at the YMCA with preregistration required
Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges

Essex County’s STEAM Career Academy plans free workshops for students in grades 5-8 on Oct. 22 in culinary arts, cosmetology, business, media, robotics, and plumbing at Payne Tech in Newark with online preregistration required
Essex County STEAM Career Academy

Other News

N.J. to receive an additional $1.6B from the federal government for road and bridge projects around the state, including network of estimated 600 electric vehicle charging stations