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Essex County College joined forces with Rutgers University to send badly needed supplies to help Liberians fight the deadly virus.
The test of the emergency notification system will be conducted Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at Noon.
School for children and young adults on the autism spectrum expands with new program.
School will host the New Jersey ReelAbilities Film Festival on Nov. 20.
School becomes the first public university in the state to not require SAT/ACT scores.
Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen visited the school to commend it on its educational prowess.
Bloomfield Educational Foundation annual gala celebrates 15 years, honors high school alumni, an outstanding educator and a community organization.
Four students recognized for setting positive example to peers.
Both Tueday night Bloomfield Township Council Meetings Cancelled along with School Board meeting.
Paula Zaccone's resignation reportedly due to changes in committee and school liaison posts.
Students took individual awards as well in Essex County tournament.
Kindergarten students collected pjs for needy families.
Former vice president replaces Emily Smith after 5-4 vote.
State of emergency declared as heavy snow and extreme cold hit the area.
Four students earn perfect 800 scores in math.
We’ve compiled the 20 School Districts with the Most Bullying Incidents for the 2012-2013 school year. Not surprisingly, Newark had the most bullying incidents since it has the largest stu