Summer and winter fests planned for 100th anniversary

January 23, 2018 by  

Bloomingdale was founded officially on February 23, 1918. A full century later, the city is holding a yearlong celebration to be punctuated by winter and summer festivals.

The first part of the [Read more]

Project Self-Sufficiency goes mobile thanks to grant

December 21, 2017 by  

A New Jersey women’s organization, dedicated to philanthropy, recently presented Project Self-Sufficiency with a grant.

Impact 100 Garden State, has [Read more]

Lighting and sound effects highlight holiday train display

November 22, 2017 by  

Bloomingdale families can jump start their holiday cheer with a trip to the Holiday Sound and Light Show in nearby Union County.

The Model Railroad Club is [Read more]

Sloan Park reopening delayed

October 3, 2017 by  

After almost seven years, Sloan Park planned to have reopened this summer, but wildlife regulations enacted by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s concern for the area’s bats, trout, and turtles has put the [Read more]

Gardening class to put the ‘blooming’ in Bloomingdale

August 9, 2017 by  

Bloomingdale gardening enthusiasts will soon have the opportunity to enroll in the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Passaic County’s Master Gardener Class of 2018, where [Read more]

Bank site to morph into Mediterranean-style eatery

July 14, 2017 by  

The Bloomingdale Planning Board has given the go ahead for the opening of a Mediterranean-style restaurant at the corner of Union Avenue and Main Street, where a Bank of America branch used to be.

The Kabob House Mediterranean Grill recently received news of [Read more]

New Jersey last holdout for ban on home bakery businesses

June 21, 2017 by  

A Wisconsin court ruled recently that the state’s ban on the selling of home backed products has been overturned, which leaves New Jersey as the only state whose residents cannot sell goods baked in their own home.

A group here in New Jersey has, for [Read more]

Past and future merge as Dey Mansion enters virtual reality

May 20, 2017 by  

The recent approval of the Passaic County Freeholders for Google Expeditions to add Dey Mansion to its virtual reality database will promote the county.

As the virtual reality database of [Read more]

Bloomingdale takes on $2.3m to improve infrastructure

April 1, 2017 by  

The borough of Bloomingdale has approved taking on a $2.3 million debt for the purpose of implementing several infrastructure improvements to be supplemented by a $445,000 grant.

The most expensive project outlined in [Read more]

Neighboring counties merge their consumer affairs divisions

March 19, 2017 by  

Officials from Passaic and Bergen counties announced at a press conference on March 6 that the two have entered into a shared service agreement that will combine their Division of Consumer Affairs department into one unit.

Brochures describing the [Read more]

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