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Oct. 27 Bloomfield weather forecast: Mostly sunny and breezy with a high of 65 F and a low of 40 F

Bloomfield High School students their 2022-2023 student government representatives with Alexandra Richards elected vice president, Krish Parmar elected chief of staff, Peter Osondu elected president, Andrew Lomonte elected president for Class of 2023
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield High School’s girls soccer team won 4-0 against Nutley on Oct. 20 defeating the team for the first time in over a decade
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield animal shelter seeks adoptive family for “Harley Quinn,” a 6 month-old Pitbull Mix with interested adopters asked to contact the shelter by email
Bloomfield Animal Shelter

Registration is open for New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts new introduction to commercial voiceover class on Zoom with classes starting Nov. 1
New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts

Bloomfield’s LaPurta family and their dog Luyla won first place in the group costume category for their Pokémon costumes at Essex County’s 2022 “Strut Your Mutt Costume Parade and Contest” at Branch Brook Park on Oct. 22
Bloomfield Pulse

Friends of Watsessing Park’s restoration committee’s snakeroot and bluewood aster planted in the spring and summer are now in full bloom
Friends of Watsessing Park

AAPI Montclair plans “Light Up Montclair” Diwali celebration event on Oct. 30 at the Montclair Art Museum with live performances, arts and crafts, food trucks, and dance lessons with tickets available for purchase online
AAPI Montclair

Black Girls’ Baskets plans holiday pop up shop on Nov. 27 and Dec. 11 at 12 Prospect St. in Bloomfield with vendor applications accepted by email
Community contribution from East Orange Info.

Civil rights lawsuit file by family of an incarcerated man who died in Essex County jail after being stabbed by another man and not receiving adequate medical care

Other News

Medieval Times files trademark infringement lawsuit against union representing N.J. performers over use of company’s name, castle imagery with experts suggesting union-busting tactic not likely to hold up in court