Local News

Dec. 7 Bloomfield weather: Cloudy and mild with a bit of rain early in the day and a shower in the evening then mostly cloudly with a high of 57 F and a low of 47 F.

Bloomfield residents can win $100 to Angelo’s Pizza by entering Bloomfield recreation’s holiday house decorating contest with photo submission of holiday decorations due by email to recreation department Dec. 16
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield public works is hiring a full time mechanic with applications accepted by email
Township of Bloomfield

Registration is open for Bloomfield recreation’s intramural basketball league for boys in grades 9-12 not currently on high school team with evaluations Dec. 10 at Bloomfield High School, online preregistration required by Dec. 8
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield animal shelter seeks adoptive family for Joey, a fully-vetted 2-year-old male cat, with adoption applications accepted by email
Bloomfield Animal Shelter

St. Valentine Catholic Church in Bloomfield plans Christmas concert and carol sing-a-long on Dec. 9
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield library’s nonfiction book club’s next meeting is Dec. 20 with the current selection, “The Chaos Machine,” available at the adult circulation desk
Bloomfield Public Library

Montclair issues alert after skunk with rabies found on Godfrey Rd. with area residents advised to call local animal control if they notice pets or wild animals with visibly excessive wobbling, inability to climb, partial paralysis
Montclair Patch

Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair will receive $1 from every “Bloomin’ 4 Good” bouquet purchased at the Bloomfield Stop & Shop during the month of December 2022
Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair

Other News

Cash tolls at the Lincoln Tunnel will end Dec. 11 with license plates of cars without EZ Pass photographed for toll billing by mail

N.J. schools are required to submit digital maps of their properties to local law enforcement agencies in order to assist in better responses to emergencies under a new law signed by Gov. Murphy on Nov. 30