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Police Blotter May 24, 2013
Nicholas Zappulla, 25, of Nutley , was arrested and charged with possession of heroin, hypodermic needles and prescription painkillers without a prescription on May 16.
Thu May 23, 2013
Remember the Sage
The Queens Gazette has an announcement about the opening of the Nevada Diner in Elmhurst, which has replaced the Pop Diner/Pop City Grill .
Live In Or Live Out Full Time Nanny..
Looking for a nanny, live-in or live out for my six month old baby. I live in Bloomfield, NJ.
Bloomfield Brownie Troop Collects Food for United Way
Brookdale second grade Brownie Troop #20040 recently ran a food drive at school to benefit the People's Pantry of the United Way of Bloomfield.
Essex County candidates prepare for state primary
In the Senate, Democratic Sen. Ronald L. Rice is running unopposed, as well as Republican Frank Contella.
Historical society to present 'Remembering Bloomfield'
The Historical Society of Bloomfield will present "Remembering Bloomfield the Way it Was: 1935-1945" by local historians and Bloomfield natives H. Joseph North and Joseph Barry, Jr.
Wed May 22, 2013
4th Wall Theatre to close season with 'Lucky Stiff' in Bloomfield
This musical farce is based on the book "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo" by Michael Butterworth.
The Montclair Times
Bloomfield letter: Thank you
We would like to extend thanks to all of our friends in Essex County who, since the fire at 210 Franklin St., extended help in finding a new apartment, transportation, food, money, other financial assistance, as well as the phone contact, time spent with us and even Christmas gifts.
Woman Pepper-Sprayed in Road Rage Attack, Cops Say
A Bloomfield teen pepper-sprayed a woman during a road rage incident last week near the corner of Liberty Street and John F. Kennedy Drive, police said.
Most Endangered N.J. Places List Includes Sandy-Torn Mansions, Farmland
A state historic preservation advocacy group released its list of the most endangered New Jersey sites Wednesday, detailing damage, some Superstorm-Sandy related, that has put 10 landmarks at risk for demolition.
New Jersey Jewish News
Chant expert seeks - healing of the spirit' NEW
In three-part harmony, a group of more than 50 people - mostly women, mostly middle-aged and older - began chanting a verse from Leviticus: Aish tamid tukad al hamizbei'ach; lo tichbeh .
Where's the Cheapest Gas in Bloomfield?
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Hunt is on for serial bandits
In early February, two bandits held up a Kearny delicatessen at gunpoint, tied up the clerk and two customers with zip ties, and escaped with approximately $5,000 in cash.
BOE Faces Scrutiny, Commissioners Oppose Gas Pipeline
On Monday's Bloomfield Township Council meeting, Councilman Nick Joanow is slated to introduce a resolution concerning the Transco Pipeline running through Bloomfield near the Nutley border.
Tue May 21, 2013
Testing Taken to Task, Robbers Sought and Arctic Travels
Bloomfield BOE member Dan Anderson blogged this week about the increased emphasis on high stakes testing in public schools, saying the tests are unreliable indicators of quality and do not necessarily reflect higher quality teaching and learning.
Carjacker Caught After Chase, 1 Still Sought, Cops Say
An East Orange man was arrested Monday night in connection with a Bloomfield carjacking that led to a multi-town police chase before ending in West Orange.
The Jersey Journal
Victim found dead at Newark train station is identified as a Passaic woman
An unidentified woman was found dead in Newark near NJ Transit's Park Avenue light rail station, a spokesman said.
Mon May 20, 2013
Montclair Food and Wine Festival Returns for Seconds
The second annual Montclair Food and Wine Festival will once again team up the area's top chefs to create the ultimate meal.
Robber Sought, Priest Protested, School Budget Cut
The Belleville Township Council voted Tuesday night to reduce the tax levy portion of the nearly $63 million 2013-14 school budget by $760,000, a decrease that did not satisfy one council member.The amount trimmed means the average household tax increase drops from about $270 to approximately $110, officials said.