Week in Review: District Eyes Investment in School Safety, Third River Gets a Cleanup and More
Check out the stories that made headlines in Bloomfield last week!
Bloomfield schools have many safety measures already in place, but Superintendent Jason Bing said he wants to improve them and bring the district into the 21st century.
The Third River will flow a little easier through Bloomfield this week.
Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission maintenance crews weathered snow on Monday as they cleared large tree branches and debris blocking the flow of Third River under an access bridge leading to 225 Belleville Ave.
The Bloomfield Police reported the following burglaries to vehicles and homes, and stolen automobiles during the past week in the township.
Middle school students are learning about healthy eating – one bite at a time.
This week, students at Bloomfield Middle School learned how they can incorporate healthier eating habits into their lives.
Early registration for students eligible to begin kindergarten in Bloomfield schools in September will be held during the month of March.
Check out the most read articles from the previous month on the Bloomfield Patch.
Many commuters are getting their usual commute back.
Direct PATH service between the World Trade Center and Hoboken — which has been suspended since Hurricane Sandy three months ago — is scheduled to resume Wednesday morning at 6 a.m., the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced on Tuesday.
New Jersey and Americans throughout the county appear to be in favor of stricter gun control regulations, according to recent polls.