BLOOMFIELD, NJ – TAPinto Bloomfield was named the Electronic News Source the Bloomfield Board of Education in a resolution unanimously passed at the Jan. 2 BOE meeting. TAPinto Bloomfield has become the place to go for original news and information in the township.
TAPinto Bloomfield is just one in a network of more than 80 hyperlocal online new sites providing objective daily news for their community. TAPinto sites have broken all records this year with millions of readers.
"We are thrilled to be able to fill the void in local news coverage and provide this service to the community. We are grateful for the support of the residents, the township and the advertisers that help make this resource available to Bloomfield," said John Lee, Editorial Director of TAPinto Bloomfield. "Our team of locally-based reporters will continue to break local news first, as well as the news that matters most to the residents and business owners in the community" he added.
By law, municipalities in the Garden State must name two print publications as their official news source. Gov. Christie tried to repeal that law as it costs taxpayers millions of dollars every year to subsidize print news. TAPinto Bloomfield will not be receiving any funds from the Township of Bloomfield or Board of Education in 2019.
Since 2016, TAPinto Bloomfield has served the residents, organizations, and businesses of Bloomfield. TAPinto Bloomfield is a member of the New Jersey Association.
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