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Geoff Gove: Developer to Ask Planning Board for More Givebacks

A controversial luxury apartment development comes up at the Bloomfield Planning Board tomorrow night.

Geoff Gove: New Year’s Eve of Destruction in Bloomfield

Demolition to make way for a controversial new building project in Bloomfield is supposed to be finished today.

Geoff Gove: Bloomfield Census Consensus

Why are people leaving the Garden State, and Bloomfield in particular?

GSP Exact Change Toll Fine Raises Many Questions

Using new cameras, the GSP toll enforcers will slap $50 fines on those without coins or EZ-Pass. Will you keep a piggy bank in your trunk?

Bloomfield Oil Spill

There was some slippery business on Broad Street yesterday when a truck leaked cooking oil for miles around.

McCarthy Consolidates Power; Goul Appointed New Police Chief

Goul's appointment was the most striking in a series of appointments in the first meeting of the new year.

Bloomfield Salutes Veterans Day

Led by VFW Post 711, the parade and ceremony expressed heartfelt gratitude to the veterans of the town, and beyond.

Up Goes Wells Fargo

While it won't become official in the northeast until sometime in early 2011, two years after the merger, Wells Fargo finally put its name on the Watching Avenue and Broad Street branch yesterday. Photo by...

Bloomfield’s Controversial Oakes Pond Project

The site of the former National Starch Factory may be redeveloped as luxury apartments, but not everybody is happy.