Post-Superstorm Sandy stories, like gas rationing and price gouging, were among the most clicked stories on Bloomfield Patch in November.
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Bloomfield Man Killed in Parkway Crash
A Bloomfield man was killed early Sunday morning in Irvington after he lost control of his vehicle while driving north on the Garden State Parkway, according to NJ State Police Sgt. Brian Polite.
Despite 7,400 PSE&G customers in Bloomfield still without power, there's at least some good news in the town's Super Sandy saga, officials said during a meeting Saturday morning.
Fire Breaks Out at Bloomfield Apartment Complex
Firefighters from all over Essex County battled a fire that broke out Friday at a Franklin Street apartment complex.
Bloomfield Will Celebrate Halloween Nov. 5
Like many other New Jersey towns, Bloomfield will celebrate Halloween today, Monday, after Hurricane Sandy put the kibosh the real Oct. 31 holiday with her super storm strength.
Bloomfield Police Involved in Three-Car Crash
A Bloomfield police SUV was one of three cars involved in a crash Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Ampere Parkway and Chester Avenue.
Gas Station Accused of Price Gouging
Vinny Fuel Corporation, also known as the Delta gas station at 141 Bloomfield Ave., allegedly raised prices 25 percent from $3.19 to $3.99 per gallon during the state of emergency declared Oct. 27.
Got Gas? Bloomfield Sunoco Does
A crush of drivers anxiously waiting to fill their gas tanks plugged up traffic on Bloomfield Avenue Thursday, shortly after a gas tanker made a fresh delivery.
An ambulance attendant is dead following a multi-vehicle crash Monday in Newark that left three others injured, including a Bloomfield man, authorities said.
Gas Shortage Leads to Long Lines in Bloomfield
For the past two days, traffic along Bloomfield Avenue – and elsewhere in town – has come to a grinding halt at the mere sight of a gas tanker, unleashing a mob of drivers and flurry of red gas cans.
$1 Million Memphis the Pit Bull Lawsuit Dismissed
A judge threw out Friday a $1 million civil action lawsuit against the township of Bloomfield that would have brought Memphis the pit bull one step closer to being adopted.