FACE OF DEFENSE... Medal of Honor Monday: Navy Corpsman William Halyburton Jr.

Navy Corpsman William Halyburton Jr. May 10, 2021 | BY Katie Lange , DOD News Actions worthy of the Medal of Honor don't always come from a compilation of courageous deeds; they can happen in the shortest window of time. That was likely the case for Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class William Halyburton Jr., a corpsman who died on his first day in combat toward the end of World War II. Halyburton was born on Aug. 2, 1924, in Canton, North Carolina, to parents Mae and William Halyburton. He had two brothers, Bob and Joe. In 1940, the family moved to Miami, but Halyburton only stayed for a short while before moving back to North Carolina to live with his aunt and uncle in Wilmington,... Read more →

Why you should consider a career as a lawyer

Jurisprudence is the totality of all legal sciences that study the legal system as a whole, as well as the complex of knowledge about the state and administration. A lawyer is a qualified specialist who is engaged in practical activities in the field of law. He interprets and applies state laws in order to ensure the legitimacy of the activities of all individuals and legal entities, and therefore, fixes the offenses themselves and, with special judicial powers, determines the measure of responsibility and establishes the punishment for the perpetrator. This profession rightly seems to many to be extremely difficult, because in addition to a thorough knowledge of all branches of law, from a professional lawyer, special inner qualities are required: well-developed analytical thinking, logic, pedantry,... Read more →

A Message from Gloucester Township Police Chief David Harkins:

"The men and women of the Gloucester Township Police Department prepare to celebrate a very special time of the year for law enforcement. National Police Week is celebrated May 9-15 this year, with a special somber remembrance on National Peace Officer Memorial Day on May 15. As I reflect back on this time last year, we were in middle of an unprecedented pandemic, and law enforcement in general were part of the “good guys,” who were out working in public safety along with healthcare professionals and other first responders. No one could have predicted how fast the pendulum would swing against law enforcement, with the death of George Floyd and subsequent protests and riots that began at the end of May and continued into summer.... Read more →

Monmouth County Teen Wins Substance Use  Prevention Music Contest

Ocean County Students Claim Second Place, Bergen County Student Earns Third MILLBURN, NJ — A Monmouth County student shared her unique message on substance use prevention in Friday’s virtual Prevention Concert to win the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s (PDFNJ) Your Song! Your Voice! Shout Down Drugs New Jersey music competition, supported by 95.9 WRAT and the New Jersey Broadcasters Association. Samantha Yannarelli, of Mater Dei Prep in Monmouth County won first place for her original song, “They Swore.” The concert played on the contest website, ShoutDownDrugs.com, and featured the musical performances of 14 finalists from seven different counties throughout the state, who created original songs promoting substance use prevention messages. WRAT Creative Director and PM Drive DJ Jimmy Steal announced the winners live... Read more →

LOOKING FOR A LOVING HOME: Shinobi, Male Siberian Husky/Mixed

Senior Male Siberian Husky / Mixed Meet Shinobi! This poor boy was found after his owner passed away. He's very energetic and lived previously with two other dogs. He's great on leash, knows sit, paw, and down. Please no homes with small animals or cats. Interested in adopting Shinobi? Please visit www.huskyhouse.org today to fill out an application. Up to date with vaccinations OK with Dogs Not good with cats! Available 01/24/2021 Birth Date 01/27/2012 (may not be exact) Fill out an Application Stay updated Thank You|News & Press|Rainbow Bridge|Store|Amazon Wishlist|Maddie's Fund © Husky House Inc. All Rights Reserved 2015 Find us here 391 Route 34 Matawan, New Jersey hh.applicationreviewboard@gmail.com Read more →

Stephen Gifford of Medford Pleads Guilty to Possession of Child Pornography

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 36-year-old Medford Township man pled guilty in Superior Court to distributing child sexual assault material in exchange for a 10-year sentence in New Jersey state prison. Stephen Gifford, of Pine Valley Drive, entered a guilty plea on May 5 in Mount Holly to one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Second Degree). Under terms of the agreement reached with the Prosecutor’s Office, he must serve five years of the sentence before becoming eligible for parole. The Hon. Philip E. Haines, J.S.C., scheduled sentencing for August 4. The investigation began last year after the BCPO High-Tech Crimes Unit received information regarding Gifford’s online activities from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The investigation revealed... Read more →

LGBTQ Group Files Lawsuit Against Trump Era Healthcare Rule

Plaintiffs Urge HHS to Fully Reverse Trump-Era Healthcare Discrimination Rule Encouraged by Biden-Harris Administration’s Initial Steps to Rescind Trump “Rollback Rule,” Advocates Urge HHS to Take Further Steps to Reverse Regulation, Address the Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files Harms It Has Caused Trump-Era “Rollback Rule” Undermines ACA's Nondiscrimination Protections for LGBTQ+ People, Patients Seeking Reproductive Care, English Language Learners, People Living with Chronic Conditions BOSTON — Minutes before a Monday federal court hearing in Boston Alliance of LGBTQ+ Youth (BAGLY) et al v. HHS, a lawsuit challenging the Trump-Pence Administration’s rule undermining healthcare nondiscrimination protections contained in Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that the Office for Civil Rights will interpret and enforce Section 1557 and... Read more →

Woodbury Using Electronics to Manage the Canadian Geese Population

Managing the Canadian Geese Population Gloucestercitynews.net files WOODBURY, NJ--Large groupings of geese have become more than a nuisance to homeowners, businesses and government. The City of Woodbury join many who struggle to limit the intrusion of these migratory birds at our public parks and lakes. Consider that ONE hungry goose, who can consume up to 4 pounds of grass in a day, can generate up to 2 pounds of poop a day – at a frequency of every 12 minutes! These droppings account for high costs for cleanup, repair and maintenance. Public Works, though not responsible for controlling the geese population, are assisting the Department of Wildlife and Animal Control in Gloucester Township to reduce the population in our lakes and parks. A little over... Read more →

Relaxing Serenely: The Search for the Perfect Mattress 

Image Source When you enter a store full of mattresses, you will undoubtedly be bombarded with a salesperson that's trying to sell you the most expensive product on their stock. These mattresses may have enticing words added to them so that buyers would think it's a good mattress. These clerks may tell you lies and make you believe that a product has life-changing advantages. But beware that not everything that these paid salespeople are telling you is accurate; most of the time, they want to sell. So how will you know if a company is telling the truth? You won't know this until you do your research. Read the information below about mattresses so that you know what to look for: The Different Types of... Read more →

Judicial Watch Wants to Know What Really Happened with Champ and Major?

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the United States Department of Homeland Security for records of communication between Secret Service officials assigned to the White House regarding the Biden family dogs (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (No. 1:21-cv-01194)). The lawsuit was filed after the Secret Service failed to process records in a timely manner in response to a March 10, 2021, FOIA request seeking: All records of communications between USSS officials responsible for protection at the White House regarding the Biden family dogs, named Champ and Major. On April 12, 2021, the Secret Service replied to Judicial Watch’s FOIA request saying that they had identified responsive records which were being processed... Read more →

Rutgers‒Camden nursing graduate persevered through family tragedy in Ecuador

TO THE POINT: CAMDEN — When Silvia Tenezaca encounters obstacles thrown her way, she conquers them with grace. She overcame a family tragedy and medical crisis, economic challenges, and a language barrier to complete her bachelor’s degree in nursing at Rutgers University‒Camden. To escape poverty and a dearth of jobs in Ecuador, Tenezaca came to the United States in 2002 at the age of 21 to join family members in Brooklyn. Working at a dry cleaning business, she improved her English language skills by speaking to people at her job and by watching TV. “My desire to attend college was stronger than any language barriers,” says Tenezaca, of Sicklerville. After moving to southern New Jersey, she was ready to attend college, but she was working... Read more →


The Supreme Court and Facebook - by Aron Solomon

If you were longing to see the week that Charlie Kirk and Robert Reich fundamentally agreed on a critically important issue, this is indeed your week. This week Facebook made a decision as to whether to uphold their ban on former President Trump and they decided in the affirmative. For the mercifully unaware, both Mr. Kirk and Mr. Reich are correct - Facebook did essentially establish its own Supreme Court. This is called the Oversight Board and it functions, for Facebook and Instagram, very much like both the Supreme Court of the United States does as well as state Supreme Courts. This means that Facebook has given its Oversight Board - which Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg approved in November 2018, shortly after a meeting with... Read more →

NJBC to Host Virtual Town Hall on NJ’s Hiring Crisis Tuesday, May 11

(A previous version of this media advisory contained an incorrect registration link for Tuesday's Virtual Town Hall. The link has been corrected in this version). The New Jersey Business Coalition is inviting the media to cover a New Jersey Hiring Crisis virtual town hall with business owners and leaders to discuss and offer suggestions to address the current hiring challenges confronting businesses as the state emerges from year-long restrictions. The live, virtual event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Tuesday (tomorrow), May 11. While workforce challenges in the restaurant and hospitality industry have received greater attention in recent weeks, Tuesday’s virtual town hall will also bring further attention to how the crisis is reaching broadly across additional industries. Scheduled participants include representatives... Read more →

Going Green in All Aspects When it Comes to Your Energy

Have you started becoming more concerned about your environment? If you have, we don’t blame you in the least bit. The environment is important and the more we do for the environment, the better it is for our future generations. In terms of adopting a “going green” approach, have you considered how unfriendly the energy that you are getting to light up and heat your home is for the environment? If you haven’t yet thought this through, it’s time to seriously consider this. So how can you go green in terms of the way you get energy? You may not have thought about it but there is not just one energy provider in all of the UK. While you may have remained committed to your... Read more →


Guests of Salem Arts in Bloom will enjoy studio and gallery tours featuring South Jersey artists. Visitors will be able to participate in activities designed for both adults and children including; pottery demonstrations, painting, fiber arts, puppetry, and much more. More than 50 artists working in a variety of media will open their studios and feature their work. This increasingly popular event offers visitors an opportunity to see the spaces where local art is created while exploring Salem County’s beautiful countryside. The “Dig Into Art” program includes events and activities specifically designed for children. Activities include; glass mosaic art, watercolor painting, paper sculptures, puppet making, and simple wood shaping techniques. Many locations throughout Salem County have printed brochures available for you to start planning your... Read more →

I-676 southbound Exit 1C to Collings Avenue toClose Overnight this Week

as intersection improvement project begins in Camden (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced that I-676 southbound Exit 1C to Collings Avenue will be closed and detoured overnight this week as an intersection improvement project begins in Camden. Beginning at 11 p.m. Monday, May 10 until 5 a.m., and continuing nightly through Thursday, May 13, NJDOT’s contractor, Berto Construction, Inc., is scheduled to close and detour I-676 southbound Exit 1C to Collings Avenue. This closure will allow the contractor to construct concrete sidewalks on Collings Avenue. The following signed detour will be in place: I-676 southbound Exit 1C to Collings Avenue detour: Motorists traveling I-676 southbound wishing to take Exit 1C to Collings Avenue will be directed to continue on I-676... Read more →

Looking for a Loving Home: Meet Nick

Adult Male Siberian Husky Meet Nick! Rescued from the south, Nick is looking for his loving, forever home. More information to come. Please no homes with small animals or cats. Intersteted in adopting Nick? Please visit www.huskyhouse.irg today to fill out an application. Up to date with vaccinations Not good with cats! Available 04/12/2021 Birth Date 04/13/2017 (may not be exact) Fill out an Application Stay updated Thank You|News & Press|Rainbow Bridge|Store|Amazon Wishlist|Maddie's Fund © Husky House Inc. All Rights Reserved 2015 Find us here 391 Route 34 Matawan, New Jersey hh.applicationreviewboard@gmail.com Read more →

How Do I Obtain the Vaccine?

The NJ Vaccine Call Center is open with live agents assisting callers! Call 855-568-0545 for information on the following: vaccine eligibility registering on NJVSS local vaccination sites & more! Agents will be available to take your call 7 days a week, 8 am-8 pm. More Information available at the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Center Read more →

Looking for a Fun Time? Try New Jersey Food Tour Trail

NEW JERSEY, USA — Looking for something fun to do when the weather turns warm again? Plus, when restaurants are able to safely open back up, you may be itching to get out and become a foodie! So, look no further than the New Jersey Food Tour Trail: your go-to interactive and guided experience involving fun food and drinks throughout the state. The New Jersey Food Tour Trail is a collaboration of food tours that operate in various regions throughout the state. The joining of tours was developed for tourists to create their own trail in an effort to “eat their way” throughout New Jersey. The New Jersey Food Tour Trail hopes tourists, even in their own backyards, get the chance to learn and explore... Read more →

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Woodbury Councilwoman O'Connor Explains What Happened to the Old Carpenter Street School

Councilwoman O’Connor Woodbury History Lesson What is the ‘story’ behind the broken windows on the Old Carpenter Street School? In May, 2020 the police were dispatched to 55 Carpenter Street for a report of vandalism. Juveniles were suspected of being the culprits that threw the rocks, breaking a total of eight historical windows. These were not just your average windows and this building was not just your average structure. It has both local and national significance. A history we are proud to share. The vandalized property was the Old Carpenter Street School, built in 1840 by Joseph Tatum, a Philadelphian who championed education for African American children. A rare antebellum survivor, this building is believed to be New Jersey's oldest existing schoolhouse and the oldest... Read more →

What are the tips and suggestions to know about the crypto boom?

As a well-known type of money, bitcoins are acquiring prevalence everywhere on the present reality, because of which numerous individuals have shown revenue in getting them. Individuals are being exhorted not to engage in this type of digital money in view of the excessive cost, yet it is being acknowledged quickly. To purchase bitcoins, anybody can pursue the wallet framework free of charge by rounding out every one of the subtleties on the web or downloading the portable application and beginning putting resources into them. When individuals have facilitated, a straightforward financial installment strategy can be utilized to trade them. In any case, since security is the main factor, it is significant that these wallets are protected and that is the reason one ought to... Read more →

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Inducts New Members

BATON ROUGE, LA (05/05/2021)-- The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Alissa Clark of Moorestown (08057) at James Madison University Melinda Andrews of Sewell (08080) at Widener University They are among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation only and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors are eligible for membership. Graduate students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff and alumni who have achieved... Read more →

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