Rose Bowl Institute Kickoff Inaugural Program Race and Sports Thursday Live Stream

ABC7/KABC-TV LOS ANGELES WILL LIVESTREAM THE NEWLY ANNOUNCED DIALOGUE ON THURSDAY, AUG. 13 (7:00 p.m. PDT) Viewers Can Stream Live on, ABC7LA app, ABC7's Connected TV Appson Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku ABC7/KABC-TV announces it will livestream the inaugural “Race and Sports” dialogue which kicks off the launch of the Rose Bowl’s first-ever nonprofit think tank, the Rose Bowl Institute (RBI). The Institute’s purpose is to champion sportsmanship and leverage the power of sports to unite people everywhere. The “Race and Sport,” discussion is set to premiere on Thursday, Aug. 13, from the Rose Bowl... Read more →

Artavius Horne, a/k/a “Lo”, 36, of Philadelphia, PA Sentenced for Sex Trafficking Children

Artavius Horne, a/k/a “Lo” PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Artavius Horne, a/k/a “Lo”, 36, of Philadelphia, PA was sentenced to 45 years in prison and 10 years of supervised release by United States District Court Judge Gerald J. Pappert for sex trafficking three children for years. In September 2019, Horne was convicted at trial of three counts of sex trafficking minors by force, fraud or coercion. During the week-long trial, the government proved that the defendant organized, operated and led a sex trafficking venture based in and around Northeast Philadelphia between 2013 and 2015, and... Read more →

Gloucester Township PD Alert: Fake Bail and Law Enforcement Scams

(Gloucester Township NJ)(August 12, 2020)--Our meme may be funny, but it’s to get your attention about a serious phone scam. Some Gloucester Township residents received calls believing law enforcement agencies outside of NJ are calling them and threatening them with arrest. Please read. The Scam: Very convincing imposters posing as “law enforcement” call your number, claim your social security number has been used out of state, and you have warrant for your arrest with a very high bail. They continue to scare you with being arrested and demand you send them cash immediately and NOT to go to your local... Read more →

Coronavirus Knocked Out By Karate Dojo

Central NY Karate Dojo Pivots To Zoom and Outdoor Classes, Suspends Contact Sparring FAYETTEVILLE, NY. – August 12, 2020 – While gyms, yoga studios and all indoor exercise facilities are feeling the deep impact of closures due to the Coronavirus, a karate dojo has reopened and pivoted to both the “online and outdoor environments” to ensure new and current students can continue to study, train and practice this age-old martial art. Lawrence World Class Karate, a traditional Karate Dojo located in Fayetteville, Central New York, has begun providing karate classes via Zoom. Hanshi Rande Lawrence, chief instructor at Lawrence World... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Kamala Harris' Catholic Problem

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor August 12, 2020 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the problem Sen. Kamala Harris will have with Catholics: Once Catholic voters learn more about Kamala Harris' positions on an array of moral issues, Joe Biden's vice presidential pick will have a hard time winning them over. To begin with, Harris has tainted herself with the brush of anti-Catholicism. In 2018, she sought to stop a Trump nominee for a seat on the federal bench simply because he was Catholic. In doing so, she invoked a religious test for the bench, a patently unconstitutional act.... Read more →

NJ Teachers Union, One of the Nation's Strongest, Will Only Accept Remote Learning

image This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit JOHN MOONEY | Joint statement adds pressure on Murphy to make remote-only the only option for reopening schools New Jersey’s largest teachers union along with its administrator associations added their powerful voices to the growing calls for a remote-only reopening of schools in the fall while the pandemic remains ongoing. Leaders of the the New Jersey Education Association, the New Jersey Association of School Administrators and the New... Read more →

Letters to the Ed: HOW LIBERAL IS SHE?

Biden-Harris 2020. That’s right. Joe Biden just announced that he is picking liberal Kamala Harris to be his vice-presidential candidate. It’s time to ACT NOW. Donate Now How liberal is she? Let us count the way. ❌ Kamala Harris supports Medicare for All, AKA socialized medicine. ❌ Kamala Harris supports the ridiculous Green New Deal that will destroy jobs. ❌ Kamala Harris is a former prosecutor with a track record of going after our fundamental constitutional freedoms. ❌ Kamala Harris will go after our gun rights. Kamala Harris will be Joe Biden’s partner in crime in coming for your freedoms... Read more →

Moderna to Produce 100 Million Doses of COVID-19

Aug. 11, 2020 Under the leadership of President Trump, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Department of Defense (DoD) today announced an agreement with Moderna, Inc. to manufacture and deliver 100 million doses of the company’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate. The federal government will own these vaccine doses. Gloucester City News blog files Moderna will manufacture the vaccine doses while clinical trials are underway. Manufacturing in parallel with clinical trials expedites the traditional vaccine development timeline and builds toward the U.S. government’s Operation Warp Speed goal to begin delivering safe and effective vaccines to the American people... Read more →

Dolores Grace Libucki (nee Toro) of Runnemede

Dolores Grace Libucki (nee Toro), on August 10, 2020, of Runnemede, born in Philadelphia on March 14, 1928. Age 92. Preceded in death by her husband Walter Libucki, son Michael Libucki, daughter-in-law JoAnn Libucki (nee Gandolfo), mother Florence Toro (nee Hamilton), father Gustav Toro, son-in-law Edward DeFilippis, sister Florence Crawford and brother-in-law Raymond Crawford. Survived by daughter Karen DeFilippis (nee Libucki), grandsons Michael Libucki, Eddie, Matt and Chris DeFilippis, Justin and Brian Libucki and Nieko DeFilippis; many loving nieces and nephews including Douglas Crawford (Susan) and Barbara Blackman (Craig); loving friend of many years Bernadette DeFilippis (Gooma) and daughter Dee... Read more →

Over 100 Businesses and Non-Profits Urge Governor to Let NJ Reopen for Business

With coronavirus numbers in the state declining, the New Jersey Business Coalition, a collection of more than 100 business and nonprofit groups, submitted a letter to Gov. Phil Murphy today urging him to end the “pause mode” of the reopening of New Jersey’s businesses. The coalition’s Recovery and Reinvention Framework 2.0, a comprehensive update to the original framework issued in early May, points to improving numbers in reported cases, decreased hospitalizations and better capacity in the state’s healthcare facilities and strongly encourages a broader or regional reopening of New Jersey’s economy. The letter states: “If ‘data determines dates’ relative to... Read more →

New Jersey MVC Forms Available at

Most Commonly-Used Forms Can Be Completed Prior to Visit TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission announced today it has placed most of its standard forms online, allowing customers to fill them out directly from their electronic devices prior to their MVC visit. The change means customers will no longer have to wait until they get to an MVC Licensing or Vehicle Center to collect and complete forms for everything from learner permit and driver license applications to disabled veteran placards. “With this new service, we are making these forms accessible to our customers on their own terms,’’ said... Read more →

HOME COUNTRY: “Little Joe the Wrangler”

Slim Randles | CNBNews Contributor (New Mexico)-image courtesy of unsplash.clom ( 12, 2020)--Our day is filled with heat at this time of year. It commands our attention and makes our work harder. As we toil, we daydream not about love or success, but things as mundane as shade and a cool drink. But though the oppressive heat weighs on our brains and taxes our bodies, it is the price we pay for being allowed to spend time outdoors … and it has its one singular consolation: our summer evenings. When the sun goes down in summer, it’s romantic enough to... Read more →

Delaware River Seine Survey 2019 Report By Jennifer Pyle, Senior Biologist, and Shana Fehring, Senior Wildlife Worker August 11, 2020 INTRODUCTION - HISTORY OF THE DELAWARE RIVER SEINE SURVEY The Delaware estuary, New Jersey's largest estuary system, is a semi-enclosed body of water where fresh water from the Delaware River mixes with saltwater from the Delaware Bay. The estuary is a migratory route for many recreational and commercial fish and provides critical spawning and feeding grounds and nursery areas for many species. The success of a species is contingent upon the survival of their young. The Delaware estuary provides a suitable nursery environment for young... Read more →

Kutztown University Golden Bears Welcome NJ Students to Freshmen Class

Kutztown University KUTZTOWN, PA (08/2020)-- Kutztown University is pleased to welcome the newest members of the Golden Bear family, including both new incoming freshmen and transfer students, for the upcoming Fall 2020 semester. Kelly Askins of Galloway, NJ (08205), from Absegami High School. Emma Bowers of Burlington, NJ (08016), from Burlington Township High Sch. Joseph Carroll of Marlton, NJ (08053), from Cherokee High School. Dominic Carucci of Mount Laurel, NJ (08054), from Saint Josephs Preparatory Sch. Murjani Clemons of Camden, NJ (08103), from Woodrow Wilson High School. Julia Cook of Cape May, NJ (08204), from Lower Cape May Regional Hs.... Read more →

Next Phase of Cleanup at the Sherwin-Williams/Hilliards Creek Superfund Finalized

Gibbsboro, N.J. (August 10, 2020) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized its plan that includes a combination of technologies and methods to address contamination present at the former paint manufacturing plant and adjoining areas of the Sherwin-Williams/Hilliards Creek Superfund Site in Gibbsboro. EPA’s study of these areas shows that sediment is contaminated with arsenic and lead, and soil is contaminated with arsenic, lead and paint solvents. “The former paint manufacturing plant area is a major source of contamination at this Superfund site and addressing it will be a major step forward in getting to the cleanup of Hilliards... Read more →

NJ American Water President Comments on Increased Infrastructure Investments Within the State

CAMDEN CITY, N.J. (August 12, 2020) – New Jersey American Water President Cheryl Norton issued the following statement today on the New Jersey Economic Advisory Council’s recommendations on how the State of New Jersey moves forward on its path to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Council’s #1 recommendation calls for greater investment in the state’s infrastructure: “The New Jersey Economic Advisory Council’s Report highlights the vital importance that infrastructure plays in our ongoing economic recovery efforts following COVID-19. The report lists infrastructure investment as the #1 recommendation for our state’s economic recovery. We could not agree more. “At New... Read more →

Paterson Drug Gang Responsible for 14 Fatal Deaths and 13 Nonfatal Overdoses

Paterson Heroin Stamps TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and New Jersey State Police Superintendent Colonel Patrick J. Callahan today announced arrests of five persons in the takedown of a major fentanyl and heroin mill in Paterson, N.J., that distributed its narcotics in wax folds stamped with the same brand names that have been linked to 14 fatal and 13 nonfatal overdoses. The New Jersey State Police and its partners seized approximately 6,300 individual doses, an additional kilogram of heroin, and 170 grams of fentanyl – which together have a total street value of $100,500 (kilo of heroin $60,000,... Read more →

How the world’s keeping amused during the pandemic 

( 12, 2020)--We’ve all spent much more time in our homes than usual over the past few months. Some people have spent this time relaxing, snacking and catching up with the latest entertainment offerings, while others have used the time as an opportunity to learn a new skill or hobby. And then are those who have been working remotely. Here are three interesting ways people around the world are keeping themselves entertained during these difficult times. Bingo for Britain While the Great British pub may now be open once again for most people in the UK, many businesses remain shuttered.... Read more →

Say It Isn't So! Philadelphia Public League Suspends All Sports

PHILADELPHIA PA (August 12, 2020)--The Philadelphia Public League has announced that all Interscholastic Sports will be canceled from now up until January 1, 2021. Below is the League's Statement: “In accordance with Governor Wolf’s recommendations that were made on August 6th, the Philadelphia Public League will be suspending all interscholastic athletic programming through January 1, 2021. If guidelines released by the Governor’s office change, or are updated in a way that would allow programming to resume, we reserve the right to revisit our decision and provide further guidance on a safe return to play. Our focus in the immediate future... Read more →

DSS Law Firm Looks at the Five Ways You are Most Likely to Claim for Traffic Accidents in New Jersey

( 12, 2020)-New Jersey auto accidents have remained relatively steady over the last decade. However, nonfatal accidents still top 200,000 every year. Every accident is different and that means there are a variety of traffic accident claims within the state. DSS Law is discussing the five most common accident claims within New Jersey. There were 562 fatal accidents in New Jersey in 2019. DSS Law states that people should be aware of the different accident claims so they can get the justice they deserve if they’re involved in a similar accident. Head-On Collisions Head-on collisions remain the least common type... Read more →

Migrant Kids Here Illegally Being Tested for COVID-19; Afterwards Expelled to Prevent Spread of Virus

by Dara Lind and Lomi Kriel Aug. 10, 2020 ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. This article is co-published with The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan local newsroom that informs and engages with Texans. Sign up for The Brief weekly to get up to speed on their essential coverage of Texas issues. Since March, the Trump administration has pushed thousands of migrant children back to their home countries without legal screenings or protection, citing the risk that they could be carrying COVID-19 into the... Read more →

Biden's Choice... Kamala Harris

Washington DC (August 11, 2020)--Former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee for President of the United States, has selected U.S. Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate in the 2020 elections. Harris joins Geraldine Ferraro and Sarah Palin in becoming the third woman in history tapped as the vice presidential pick, as well as the fourth woman, with Hillary Clinton, on a major-party presidential ticket. She is also the first woman of color to be selected as the running mate on a major-party presidential ticket, as well as the first multiracial woman, the first South Asian woman, and... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Pennsylvania Needs To Be More Friendly Towards Businesses

The sign is at the westbound side of Interstate 80 as drivers enter Pennsylvania from New Jersey (courtesy of By Sen. Doug Mastriano | THE CENTER SQUARE A restaurant from Ohio recently awarded Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf with its “employee of the month award.” The recognition was tongue-in-cheek, but the honor was very deserving. After all, Pennsylvanians residing near the Ohio border have been flocking to the Buckeye State to enjoy restaurants, as well as food and beverage establishments, that are either shuttered here or operating at limited capacity. As part of his unilateral, autocratic mandates, Gov. Wolf shut... Read more →

Penn Tells Students Stay Away from College

PHILADELPHIA, PA (August 11, 2020)--We write today with an enormous sense of sadness. It had been our fervent hope since the outset of the coronavirus pandemic that public health measures and increased availability of testing would allow us to offer our undergraduates a hybrid learning experience this fall that, by including more remote learning, social distancing, and other safety precautions, would enable all the students who desired it the opportunity to live and learn on campus. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread at an alarming rate across the country, with approximately 2 million new cases reported over just the past month.... Read more →

CAMcare and NJPCA Mark National Health Center Week

CAMcare Health Corporation, the New Jersey Primary Care Association (NJPCA), U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) Region II, Assemblyman William F. Moen, Jr., New Jersey Department of Health, Camden County Freeholder Barbara Holcomb, Camden County Health Department, Camden Mayor Frank Moran, and others joined to celebrate the statewide National Health Center Week (NHCW) kick-off today. The socially distanced event was held both in-person in Camden and virtually. NHCW (August 9th- 15th) is an annual celebration to raise awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). This year, it was... Read more →

Americans Setting Records Buying Firearms

Source NRA-ILA Two trend lines related to our issue have diverged in a remarkable way that indicates that firearms and the 2nd Amendment are fundamental American mainstays. We’ve covered the string of record-breaking NICS background check numbers since the onset of the pandemic, and July NICS data continues that trend. New data from Gallup shows that gun control has slid further down Americans’ list of most important issues, and a deeper dive into NICS data suggests that new gun owners and the need for self-defense are driving the 2020 surge. First, let’s talk about total NICS checks. July 2020 was... Read more →

Thank Goodness Online Education is an Option...

Where would we be in this pandemic without the option of online education? College students would have their graduation pushed back because they weren't earning any credits. Online college education is not the same as attending lectures? Obviously that provides a different dynamic, but protecting health is paramount. No amount of education or credits is worth losing lives - including yours. Futures should not be postponed! Far better for students to keep moving forward getting credits online, especially at a community college where they are far cheaper, than putting their degrees farther away. The true quality of education largely lies... Read more →

Rutgers‒Camden Offers Virtual Research to Undergraduate & Camden HS Students

TO THE POINT: CAMDEN CITY (August 11, 2020)-- – Brittany Ruiz, a rising senior at Rutgers University‒Camden, is getting an early start on a career in a science field by transforming her home into a research lab. Ruiz is among eight students ranging from middle school to Rutgers‒Camden undergraduates who are conducting scientific research in a variety of virtual formats with Nathan Fried, a Rutgers‒Camden assistant teaching professor of biology. “It is extremely important to gain some research experience as an undergraduate,” says Ruiz, a biology major from Camden. “I wanted to work with Dr. Fried because I want to... Read more →

VIDEO: An Interview with White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany

"I believe God put me in this place for a reason," ~Kayleigh McEnany, White House Press Secretary WASHINGTON DC--The White House press secretary is a senior White House official whose primary responsibility is to act as spokesperson for the executive branch of the United States governmentadministration, especially with regard to the president, senior aides and executives, as well as government policies, according to Wikipedia The press secretary is responsible for collecting information about actions and events within the president's administration and issues the administration's reactions to developments around the world. The press secretary interacts with the media and the White... Read more →

NJ DEP Closes Fort Mott Park and Voorhees State Park; Is Privatization Coming

The NJ Department of Environmental Protection has announced that they are closing two state parks this week so that staff can help nearby parks that have experienced more visitors. Fort Mott State Park in Salem County and Voorhees State Park in Hunterdon County are closed indefinitely as of today. The NJDEP is still restricting access to some Wildlife Management Areas, including Greenwood, Malibu Beach, and Winslow East. “Two state parks are now closed because of the budget raids and cuts to environmental programs. Not only are Fort Mott State Park and Voorhees State Park closed, but they also closed 3... Read more →

Rutgers' Graduate School of Education/Abbot Leadership Provide Summer Training for Educators/Parents

By Lisa Intrabartola After navigating remote learning on the fly this spring, educators will be tackling the challenges of teaching during the pandemic again this fall. Rutgers has been rolling out services to help teachers and families prepare for an anticipated hybrid approach to in person and remote learning in public schools. The Graduate School of Education (GSE) is offering a series of online workshops for educators and is looking to transform student teaching to help its partner districts. The National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) has also launched an online forum to support schools, and the Abbott Leadership... Read more →

Back to Civil Life:Tips to Resume Writing for Military Veterans

The article aims to make an outstanding civilian resume and set the summary of your best experience out in it. A well-executed exposition of your military experience helps to specify your value to a hirer. Please, find short hints to resume writing for military veterans, listed below. Possible Ways to Demonstrate Military Assets The veterans may impress with their great experience, comprising different skills, knowledge, and qualifications. All of them may be helpful when applying for civilian jobs. This is the main reason why you shouldn’t hide your military service background, being separated from service. Present Your Military Experience To... Read more →

Philadelphia Solar Week August 17-23

PHILADELPHIA PA--The second annual Philadelphia Solar Week is August 17 – 23rd! Join for a series of virtual events about how to go solar. Full list of programs and events are below more details for each event can be found on the Philadelphia Energy Agency’s event calendar. Learn more on the Philadelphia Energy Authority website, and register for a webinar (or multiple) here! About the Week: Solar Webinar Series (Aug 17-21) Monday, August 17 (10-11:30am): Solar 101: Everything you need to know to go solar during COVID-19 Tuesday, August 18 (10-11:30am): Putting Philadelphia Back to Work: Solar as a Tool... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: Murphy Announces Emergency Grant Funding for Small Landlords

(Camden City, NJ) – Governor Phil Murphy and Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver announced today the creation of the Small Landlord Emergency Grant Program. The program will provide emergency grant funding to small property owners for COVID-19 related decreases in rent revenue for a four-month period between files April and July 2020. The program, to be administered by the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage and Finance Agency, is funded though the CARES Act. Awarded grant amounts will be generated based on the total amount of missed rental payments and the number of COVID-impacted rental units that serve low- and moderate-income... Read more →

In The Fine Print: The State's New Details on Reopening Schools in NJ

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit New guidelines on mandatory face masks, with 10 exceptions image courtesy of BY JOHN MOONEY Title: “School Reopening Frequently Asked Questions” Author: New Jersey Department of Education When: Friday, Aug. 7, 2020 What it is: The Murphy administration on Friday released the latest guidance for the reopening of schools in the form of an FAQ (“frequently asked questions”). The guidelines include the latest rules on the mandatory use of... Read more →