NEWS, SPORTS, COMMENTARY, POLITICS for Gloucester City and the Surrounding Areas of South Jersey and Philadelphia

The Trauma Survivors Foundation to introduce their first beer on June 27th

The Trauma Survivor Foundation and Bellefonte Brewing Company will introduce their first collaborative beer ‘Beyond The Call Pilsner’ on June 27th with a celebration at the taproom from 6-9 p.m. ‘Beyond The Call Pilsner’ is a German-style pilsner with a unique American twist, featuring Mittelfrau hops and Mosaic dry-hopping for a distinctive flavor profile. “This has been a dream to make this beer,” says Trauma Survivor Foundation CEO Dennis Carradin Jr. “Bellefonte Brewing has been a partner of the TSF for many years and the idea to create our own beer has been something we have always wanted to do,... Read more →

Maryland Angler's Report: Summer Breezes, Warm Temps, Perfect Fishing Weather

June 12, 2024 Bret Grossnickle found some quiet time and this beautiful smallmouth bass at Liberty Reservoir. Photo by Bret Grossnickle Summer breezes and warm temperatures set the stage for all kinds of fishing this week. Whether fishing in the Atlantic Ocean or Chesapeake Bay, or just lazily watching a fishing rod nestled in a forked stick at your favorite freshwater fishing hole, it’s all good. We can all find a bit of peace and reflection wherever the outdoors takes us. As the weather gets warmer, so does the water temperature. Summer heat can be damaging to fish, and for... Read more →

Father Day's Specials at Area Restaurants

Celebrate and say thank you to Dad this weekend with Father's Day specials at restaurants, bars, breweries, neighborhoods and retailers. Below please find 17 top spots to celebrate Dad with everything from brunches to dinners, special menus to drink offerings, special events and spots to shop: Philadelphia - * SIN Steak Italian Nightlife - Father's Day Vibe Brunch * PJ Clarke's - Father's Day Brunch and Phillies * P'unk Burger - Complimentary Double Smash Burger for Dad * Nipotina - Half off "The Eye" cheesesteak and comp iced tea * Evil Genius Beer Company Beers and Brats, Tour and Pour,... Read more →

Library System to partner with the Museum of the American Revolution for educational programs

(Voorhees, NJ) – This summer, the Board of Commissioners will partner with the Museum of the American Revolution to launch Revolution at the Library, a program geared towards elementary school students and their families that educates children about the American Revolution in a fun and engaging way. Beginning in July, museum educators will visit branches of the Camden County Library System to tell stories of the America Revolution accompanied by interactive activities. “The American Revolution is an incredibly important piece of our nation’s history that began right here in our own backyard,” said Commissioner Melinda Kane, liaison to the library... Read more →

Mosquito Spraying:

Brooklawn, Camden, Collingswood, Gloucester City, Haddonfield, Oaklyn

Mosquito spraying throughout Camden County Thursday (Lindenwold, NJ) – Early Thursday morning the Mosquito Control Commission will be in the community spraying and surveilling areas throughout Camden County. Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to the Camden County Mosquito Commission, talked about being cognizant of standing water. “It’s important for homeowners to check their yard and get rid any standing water to prevent mosquitos from spreading,” Nash said. “Be sure to check flowerpots and other plastic containers for standing water. Being proactive have major impact on the mosquito population and help the hardworking people at the Camden County Mosquito Control Commission in... Read more →

Embracing the Future: Bitcoin's Transformative Impact on Sports Betting and Gaming Industries

The integration of technology into the sports betting and gaming industries has been an ongoing evolution, marked by significant milestones that have changed the way players engage and transact. With the advent of the internet and mobile gaming, these industries experienced considerable growth, adaptation, and increased accessibility. Today, the spotlight turns to an even more revolutionary digital innovation: Bitcoin. This cryptocurrency is poised to significantly reshape the landscape of sports betting and gaming, promising a myriad of benefits ranging from enhanced security to global accessibility. Bitcoin: A Primer in the Gaming and Betting World Bitcoin is more than just a... Read more →

Albert W Angelo, of Mount Ephraim

Albert W Angelo, of Mount Ephraim, NJ, passed away on Saturday, June 8, 2024. He was 77. CNBNews graphic files Family Albert is the beloved brother of George and his wife Betty; loving uncle of Danielle and her husband Michael and William and his wife Robin; great uncle of Andrew, Brittany, homas and Ellal .great great uncle of Amelia, Alaric & Feyre Farewell Tribute Relatives and friends are invited to attend Albert's graveside ceremony on Friday, June 14, 2024 at 1:30 in Lakeview Memorial Park, Route 130, Cinnaminson, NJ. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Albert's memory may be... Read more →

She-Bikes for Women Raises Over $4,300 for Salem County Women's Shelter

DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (June 12, 2024)- – The second annual She-Bikes bicycle ride for women raised more than $4,300 for the Salem County Women’s Shelter. The Evelyn Hill Cycling Club members presented a check for $4,332 to Brenda Lore-Randazzo, residential manager of the shelter, on June 3. She said she hopes to use the funds to buy a second industrial refrigerator for the site, which assists victims of domestic abuse. “We are currently at capacity with 15 people, including some children,” Lore-Randazzo said. “These funds will have a huge impact on our ability to help them.” The Evelyn Hill Cycling... Read more →

Burlington County Resident Lesure Funari Found Guilty of First Degree Murder

Camden City, NJ ((June 12, 2024)– A jury has convicted a Burlington County man for the 2021 fatal shooting of a man in Camden, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Lesure Funari, 25, of Burlington City, NJ, was found guilty on June 6, 2024, of first-degree Murder in the death of 29-year-old Takwail Bailey of Camden. The verdict was returned after a jury trial in Camden County Superior Court. Funari was also found guilty of second-degree Unlawful Possession of a Weapon and second-degree Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose. On... Read more →

Unveiling the Future: Bitcoin's Role in Shaping New Entertainment Technologies

The digital age has ushered in unparalleled advancements in technology, particularly in the realm of entertainment. As we delve into the future, the intersection of finance and technology continues to blur, paving the way for innovations that were once the reserve of science fiction. One such innovation at the forefront of this revolution is Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that has shown great potential to transform various industries, including entertainment. This post explores how Bitcoin can foster new technologies in the entertainment sector, enriching experiences and creating novel opportunities for creators and consumers alike. Bitcoin: A Brief Overview Before we dive into... Read more →

Top 5 Traits to Look for in a Seattle Personal Injury Lawyer

When life hits you with a curveball, and you wake up stuck in the aftermath of an unfortunate accident, a good Seattle personal injury lawyer becomes your light at the end of the tunnel. It’s important to select the perfect Seattle personal injury lawyer to represent you. Navigating through the complicated waters of personal injury law can be scary. This will come down to finding the right lawyer who stands out among other Emerald City lawyers in the area. Expertise in Personal Injury Law At the top of the list of qualities that make a Seattle personal injury lawyer great... Read more →

NJ Schools Awarded Prizes for their Approach to Address Climate Change

Area high school and middle school students receive awards for their approach to address the impacts of climate change TRENTON, N.J. (June 12, 2024) – Atlantic City Electric, the Drumthwacket Foundation and Sustainable Jersey honored 12 student teams for their New Jersey Student Climate Challenge action projects that address the causes and impacts of climate change at the local level. Student teams, from high schools and middle schools across New Jersey, were tasked with developing and executing a school or community-based climate action project and creating a digital story video to share what they accomplished. Submissions from schools within the... Read more →

The Advantages of Bitcoin in Disaster-Prone Regions

Disasters, whether natural or man-made, pose significant threats to traditional financial systems. From hurricanes to floods, economic structures often bear the brunt, leaving communities struggling with monetary access and reliability. In such scenarios, Bitcoin, along with other cryptocurrencies, has emerged as a resilient solution, offering a dependable alternative to vulnerable conventional banking systems. This blog post explores the myriad advantages of leveraging Bitcoin in disaster-prone regions, demonstrating its potential as a robust alternative to conventional banking systems, enhancing resilience and accessibility. Embracing a Decentralized Currency At the heart of Bitcoin's appeal is its decentralized nature. Unlike traditional currencies, which are... Read more →

Home Country: Climbing The Branding Ladder

Slim Randles When the Rafter E branded recently, a bunch of us went out to help. There’s a definite pecking order here, and it's a badge of pride to have worked your way up the branding ladder. As a kid, you flank the calves; you grab them, throw them and hold them down. This is conducive to abrasions, muscle strain, and involuntarily changing the color of your shirt. As you get older, you get to handle the branding iron, then move up to giving shots. After that comes earmarking. When you reach the pinnacle of branding, that is, when you... Read more →

Cherry Hill Police Retail Theft Operation Results in 38 Arrests

Cherry Hill NJ - On May 21st and 22nd, 2024 the Cherry Hill Police Department conducted a retail theft operation with the help of over 20 local merchants and stores aimed at curtailing retail theft in the area. The highly successful two-day operation resulted in 38 arrests, which included several individuals suspected of being involved with organized retail theft and the recovery of tens of thousands of dollars of stolen merchandise. Cherry Hill Police Chief Robert Kempf reported the local retailers, who have agreed to combine forces with police on the new program dubbed the Cherry Hill Retail Theft Initiative,... Read more →

The Use of Tech to Make a Smart City The concept of a smart city revolves around integrating technology into urban infrastructure to enhance residents' quality of life, increase the efficiency of city operations, and promote sustainable development. By leveraging advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), big data, and cloud computing, cities can become smarter, more responsive, and more efficient. Here's how technology is utilized to create smart cities. IoT and Sensor Networks The Internet of Things (IoT) is crucial in smart cities by connecting various devices and sensors to collect and share real-time data. Sensors deployed throughout the city monitor aspects... Read more →

With the Help of Hackensack Meridian Health, NJ Electrician Beats Testicular and Esophageal Cancer

As a 20-year-old man in the mid-1980s, electrician John Keane survived Stage IV testicular cancer at Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH), receiving the most aggressive chemotherapy treatments yet administered by the health system at that time. Because of the biological stress from Keane’s treatment, and in conjunction with his wife’s personal fertility circumstances, the couple was told they’d never have children. “We then had four children over the next five years,” remembered Keane, triumphantly. Fast-forward 32 years. During a normal workday, Keane experienced dizziness and a complete lack of energy. “I felt like if I were to fall down, I wouldn’t... Read more →

Virtua Health to Provide Groundbreaking Lung-Cancer Advance 

New technology makes tumors glow, so doctors can better see them (MARLTON, N.J., June 6, 2024) An innovative drug “lights up” lung cancer cells, enabling surgeons to better see and remove malignant tumors during surgery. Virtua Health is the first provider in South Jersey to offer this important advancement, called Cytalux® (pafolacianine). “This is a groundbreaking product. It will help us operate more accurately and provide better cancer care,” said thoracic surgeon Matthew Puc, MD, program director of the Penn Medicine | Virtua Health Cancer Program based in Marlton, N.J. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths, with... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Blotter: Homicide, Stabbings, Shooting, Officer Attacked

Released June 10, 2024 The incidents happened between Sunday, June 9 and Monday, June 10. The information is preliminary and subject to change. Updates will be provided as they become available. Current, incidents will be reported as they are received. Philadelphia Love Park The City of Brotherly Love Stabbing in the 16th District: At 5:10 AM on 43XX Wyalusing Avenue, a 27-year-old Black female was stabbed multiple times inside the second floor of a residence. She was transported to Penn-Presbyterian Medical by Medic 34 and is in critical condition. No arrests have been made, and no weapons have been recovered.... Read more →

Gambler Lester Hu in Court Fight with Casino Over £600k Loss

OPINION The case of Lester Hui is the most popular news in the casino industry. Hui is currently locked in a lawsuit with Mayfair Casino, claiming they gave him strong Chinese liquor to get him drunk. This caused him to play carelessly and lose £600,000 in double chance baccarat. In addition to news from the world of gambling, do not forget to read also no less popular topics for today, namely: Harry Kane News, who will be the top soccer player at Euro 2024, which partners in gambling have become the most popular and others. Meanwhile, Hui is also getting... Read more →

Choosing Slots Machines The Right Way

CNBNews graphic file Slot machines are a mainstay of casino gambling, and can provide some of the greatest returns. Experienced gamblers know which machines to pick out of the crowd. Furthermore, high traffic areas usually boast the best machines. When selecting a slot machine, look for one with a high Return to Player (RTP) percentage as with PGBET slot and low volatility - these will ensure your money lasts longer while giving you better odds. Payback percentages Understanding slot machines requires an in-depth knowledge of complex concepts. Experienced gamblers typically play multiple machines at the same time in the belief... Read more →

How to Pick a Litecoin Deposit Online Casino?

Litecoin casinos are challenging to evaluate or contrast because of their complexity and many features. You need to consider a few crucial elements to make an informed evaluation of LTC casinos. Everything related to games, bonuses, banking options, and user experience affects your chances of enjoying yourself and turning a profit. Look at the following items that our Litecoin Casino reviewers have examined. Think About a Casino's Image Not all casinos that take LTC are created equal, and you would do well to stay away from some true jerks. Given this, evaluate a casino's overall reputation and dependability by considering... Read more →

CNB Entertainment News :Experience the Sounds of Summer

June 11 at 7:00 pm! Mark your calendars, gather your friends and family, and bring a chair or blanket to join us for the 2024 Gloucester City Summer Concert Series. Presented by Gloucester City and the Gloucester City Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC), these free concerts are set to take place on the second and fourth Tuesdays in June, July, and August from 7-9 pm at Proprietors Park located at Powell & King Street, Gloucester City, NJ. Hosted by the esteemed Hall of Fame Radio Personality, Michael Tearson, and featuring top-notch sound provided by Dragon Fly Sound, this year's lineup promises... Read more →

North Jersey Residents Sentenced to Prison for Making & Selling "Ghost Guns"

CAMDEN City, N.J. – Several members of a gun manufacturing and trafficking network in Passaic and Hudson counties have been sentenced to prison terms for weapons offenses related to the fabrication and sale of personally made firearms (PMFs), commonly known as “ghost guns,” and other offenses, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced. Corey Jenkins Jr., 31, of Paterson, New Jersey, was sentenced today to 87 months in prison and three years of supervised release; Richard Mullane, 27, of Bayonne, New Jersey, was sentenced on June 5, 2024, to 72 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release; and... Read more →

Franklinville Resident Pleads Guilty to Stealing Over $200,000 from Government

CAMDEN City, N.J. – A Gloucester County, New Jersey, man admitted today that he defrauded the government of more than $200,000 in Social Security and Medicaid benefits, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced. Dennis Gaudette, 72, of Franklinville, New Jersey, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Christine P. O’Hearn in Camden federal court to an information charging him with Social Security fraud. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: Beginning in March 2009, Gaudette used the identity of a deceased individual to apply for and receive Social Security and Medicaid benefits. Between 2009 and 2023,... Read more →

Jefferson’s three New Jersey hospitals Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of best in nation for providing Equitable Care to Underserved Communities

Jefferson Health’s three New Jersey Hospitals – based in Cherry Hill, Stratford and Washington Township – have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report for their success in caring for patients in historically underserved communities. The inaugural “Best Regional Hospital Awards for Equitable Access” honors community hospitals' dedication to equitable access. Jefferson’s NJ hospitals have formal programs in place to address health disparities, including providing language access for those with limited English proficiency and services for community members with health-related social needs. “This is a wonderful recognition, and it demonstrates our commitment to providing world-class care to everyone in... Read more →

CNB ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: Bally Play in Partnership with Ruby Seven Studios

PROVIDENCE, R.I.-- June 4, 2024 – Bally’s Corporation (NYSE: BALY), a global casino-entertainment company with a growing omni-channel presence, has partnered with leading social casino gaming company Ruby Seven Studios to launch Bally Play, a new free-to-play online social casino in North America. Bally Play offers an innovative and engaging free-to-play online casino experience for Bally’s patrons. It features a wide variety of exciting games, including slots, table games, Keno, Bingo and Video Poker from providers such as IGT, Aruze, High 5 Games, Everi, Konami, BluBeri, Gaming Arts and many others. Bally Play offers players the opportunity for endless hours... Read more →

NJ Authorities Charge Two For Trafficking Two Juvenile Females

TRENTON (MAY 25,2024)– Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin, the Division of Criminal Justice and the New Jersey State Police have announced charges against Desmond Bullock, 48, Andrew Zeleniak, 31, both of Carteret, N.J. and Heather James, 37, of White House Station, N.J., with human trafficking and related offenses for allegedly human trafficking two juvenile females at a motel in Linden in Union County, New Jersey. The case was investigated by the Division of Criminal Justice, New Jersey State Police and Linden Police Department. On Wednesday, March 20, 2024, troopers from the Human Trafficking Unit and Missing Persons Unit responded to... Read more →


Garden State Fireworks Once Again Will Amaze the Crowds With its Spectacular Fireworks Show WHAT: State Fair Meadowlands is ready to celebrate the July 3rd and 4th holiday with unforgettable fireworks. Garden State Fireworks, a provider of award-winning pyrotechnics, is returning to put on another world-class performance. Garden State is a family-owned and operated company from the Santore Bros. dating back to 1890. It has produced shows for top tier-events including U.S. Presidential Inaugurations, Super Bowls and the Olympics. Past performances include July 4th at the National Mall in Washington D.C., Statue of Liberty Bicentennial Celebration, XV Olympic Winter Games,... Read more →

The Psychological Effects of THC: Why It Helps Calm the Mind

CNBNews graphic files When introduced into the body, THC interacts with receptors in the brain and central nervous system, prompting the release of dopamine, known as the "feel-good" neurotransmitter. This mechanism contributes to a feeling of euphoria and relaxation, making THC an appealing choice for those looking to alleviate stress or anxiety. Furthermore, studies have indicated that THC can diminish the activity in the amygdala, the brain region responsible for processing fear and stress responses. Research has demonstrated that THC holds promise in calming the mind by mitigating symptoms of anxiety, improving sleep quality, and potentially assisting in the management... Read more →

Gloucester Township PD Alert: Do Not Drive the Following Nissans, See Years Below

Gloucester Township Police Community Advisory: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA has issued an URGENT RECALL "Do Not Drive" Warning on 2002-2006 Nissan Sentra, 2002-2004 Nissan Pathfinder and 2002-2003 Infiniti QX4 vehicles equipped with recalled, unrepaired Takata air bags. If you have one of these vehicles, do not drive it until the repair is completed and the defective air bag is replaced. Nissan customers with questions or concerns can reach the automaker at 800-647-7261 or visit , Infiniti customers can reach the automaker at 800-662-6200 or visit To date, NHTSA has confirmed 27 people in the United... Read more →

Another "Mob Incident", Pennsauken Police Call for Mutual Aid; Third Time in Camden County

PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP, NJ (June 9, 2024)(CNBNews)--Several fights Saturday night among a large crowd of teenagers and young adults resulted in the early closure of the Township's annual Summer Kickoff Event. Similar mob fights between teens and adults have occurred recently in Gloucester City and Gloucester Township. Camden County authorities have not said the disturbances were connected in any way. There have also been similar brawls at New Jersey shore towns. READ: CNBNEWS REPORT HERE In a prepared statement, Pennsauken Police Chief James Olivio said, On Saturday, June 8, 2024, the Township of Pennsauken hosted the annual Summer Kickoff event at... Read more →

Michael Melendez, 37, of Gloucester City

Suddenly, On June 1, 2024, in the Chippenham Hospital in Richmond, Virginia, Age 37, Of Gloucester City. Formerly of Woodlynne. Beloved and Cherished son of Luz “Lucy” Elenia Melendez of Gloucester City. Loving brother of Emmanuel Melendez of Gloucester City and the late Nelson David Ramirez. Michael was born in Camden and was a graduate of Collingswood High School Class of 2005. He resided in Gloucester City and was employed as a truck driver for 2 years and most recently employed by Western Express. Michael enjoyed watching UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship). Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend Michael’s... Read more →

Seeking Cheers and Jeers Suggestions for the Months of May and June 2024

Editor CNBNews is gathering information for our CHEERS AND JEERS column, which we plan to publish on Sunday evening, July 2. You don’t have to be from Gloucester City to submit your remarks. And your opinion can be on any topic or about any public figure. Today’s technology opens up the entire world, meaning you can target anything or any public figure for a Cheer or a Jeer. We reserve all rights to edit your submission. And we reserve the right not to publish it if we feel it is slanderous or libelous. Send your opinion to [email protected] or post... Read more →

Four Golden Wolves Earn All-MAC Commonwealth Honors

The 2024 baseball season for Alvernia University was memorable, as four players were honored with All-MAC Commonwealth awards. The Middle Atlantic Conference gives these honors to recognize the top performers in the league. The announcement on May 13 highlighted the achievements of Mike Ramundo, Nick Ferraioli, Jason Kelly, and Bobby Hansen. All-MAC Commonwealth honors are significant because they highlight the best players in the conference for their exceptional performances throughout the season. Having four players selected for Alvernia University shows the team’s skill and hard work. The recognition includes first and second-team honors, showcasing players who have excelled in their... Read more →

Will Alzheimer's Be Cured One Day?

Nearly 7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. By 2050, this number is projected to rise to nearly 13 million. Will we ever find a treatment or will prevention be the key? For more than a century, scientists have been studying Alzheimer’s Disease. And while we know more about the brain and the genetics of the disease than ever before, what we still don’t know is how to cure it. A complex and complicated disease, current treatments, including a combination of medications along with cognitive stimulation, may help to slow the progression. But what if anything has been proven to... Read more →

Rams Alumni Graduate from Naval Academy

Congratulations to Matt Murphy '20 and Ethan Guldin '20 on their graduation from the United States Naval Academy last week. It's rare for two students from the same school to be accepted into one of our country's Service Academies, and even rarer for both of them to make it through. We are extremely proud of you both! #RamsForever @camdendiocese Read more →

Letter to the Editor: Upper Echelon of GCPD Should Release Crime Information

Another Carjacking in Gloucester City Informed Not Ignored CNBNews graphic files Let me be upfront with this first: I support our police. Now, let me get to what I don’t support: lack of communication. I follow most of the local police departments on Facebook. I like to be informed about what is going on in mine and other communities. Many police departments post reports about crimes that occurred with accurate descriptions of those accused as well as the crime they may have committed, remembering, as always, that those accused are innocent until proven guilty. It saddens me to find that... Read more →

Household hazardous waste collection to be held Saturday

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – On Saturday, June 8, the Board of Commissioners will be holding a household hazardous waste collection in Lindenwold. During these collections, county residents can bring hazardous materials not suited to be thrown out into the regular garbage such as antifreeze, oil-based paints, weed killer, household cleansers and more. Saturday’s collection will be held at the Camden County Public Works Complex at 2311 Egg Harbor Road, Lindenwold NJ from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. “This is a great opportunity to clear out your home of items that can’t just be tossed into the garbage,” said Commissioner Jeffrey... Read more →

How Strategies Enhance Executive Functioning Skills in Teenagers

Teaching teenagers can be difficult, as can educating them and their parents. However, the talents they acquire during these important periods will be helpful to them throughout their lives. One significant set of skills is executive functioning, which includes abilities like planning, organization, time management, self-regulation, and problem-solving. These skills help teens manage their thoughts, actions, and emotions to achieve goals, succeed in school, and build strong relationships. Many strategies enhance executive functioning skills in teenagers, providing actionable insights and practical tips to guide them toward success, independence, and a bright future. What are Executive Functioning Skills? Executive functioning skills... Read more →

Ways to Increase your Chances in Acing the Lottery Game

There are many ways to increase your chances of winning the lottery game. Some people say that playing the lottery is a waste of time and money, but if you know how to play it right, you can actually win big. As the experienced Liam Wilson says, there are ways to better your chances of winning the lottery. Do's and Dont's in playing lottery Although it is evident that purchasing several lottery tickets boosts your chances of winning, most thrifty and rational individuals will never purchase more than one. The prices mount up, but every lottery-winning guide believes that buying... Read more →


PROMOTIONS AND SPECIAL EVENTS TO MARK THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICA'S FIRST ZOO OPENING TO GUESTS * Guests can purchase tickets for $18.74 to Celebrate Opening Year, a $150 Membership Deal, plus Comp Admission on July 1 as a part of Wawa Welcome America Philadelphia, PA – On July 1, 1874, Philadelphia Zoo opened its gates for the very first time, welcoming more than 3,000 guests and marking its place in history as “America’s First Zoo.” Fifteen years earlier, on March 21, 1859, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania approved and signed the charter for the Zoological Society of Philadelphia, but the... Read more →

Luxury vs. Economy Rentals: A Cost-Benefit Analysis

Renting a vehicle while traveling or for daily use can be a significant decision, affecting both your budget and your overall experience. This article delves into the cost-benefit analysis of hire a luxury car versus economy rentals, providing a comprehensive guide to help you make an informed choice. 1. Introduction Renting a car involves various factors, including the type of vehicle, rental duration, and additional services. Two primary categories in the rental market are luxury and economy rentals. Luxury rentals like Halo Rentals Brisbane offer high-end features, superior comfort, and enhanced performance, making them ideal for special occasions and long... Read more →

Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia is Defending Israel

PHILADELPHIA, PA (CNBNews)--Once again, on a holy day of the Jewish calendar, the people of Israel have come under attack. Once again, the brave military forces of the State of Israel are responding and will defend our beloved Jewish state. And because this is what your Jewish Federation is built for, once again, the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia will support our brothers and sisters as they defend Israel. As of May 31, the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia has raised $15.8+ million in pledges for urgent humanitarian needs and recovery efforts. We have committed $11.7+ million to help with... Read more →


Mosquito spraying throughout Camden County Friday (Lindenwold, NJ) – Early Friday morning the Mosquito Control Commission will be in the community spraying and surveilling areas throughout Camden County. Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to the Camden County Mosquito Commission, talked about being cognizant of standing water. “It’s important for homeowners to check their yard and get rid any standing water to prevent mosquitos from spreading,” Nash said. “Be sure to check flowerpots and other plastic containers for standing water. Being proactive have major impact on the mosquito population and help the hardworking people at the Camden County Mosquito Control Commission in... Read more →

CCPD and Camden School District Create New Truancy Program with Hopeworks

(Camden City, NJ) – Since the pandemic took hold of the nation and the world in 2020, school districts everywhere have been negatively impacted by skyrocketing truancy. This is especially true in urban landscapes and Camden City was not immune to these national trends. Based on that, the Camden County Board of Commissioners will spearhead a multi-pronged partnership to create alternatives for Camden students who are no longer engaged in the traditional school system. This new program is rooted in identifying at-risk youth and then offering them an alternative by providing individuals a seat in the Hopeworks program. This time-tested... Read more →


* This breathtakingly romantic play, from the writer of The Iron Lady and TV’s The Hour, stars award-winning Philadelphia actor Mary Martello in a moving tour-de-force* Philadelphia, PA – Inis Nua Theatre Company premieres the final Mainstage production of their 20th Anniversary season with the American premiere of Lovesong, written by the Welsh playwright and screenwriter, Abi Morgan. Lovesong will be directed by Inis Nua Artistic Director KC MacMillan and features Mary Martello, winner of five Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre Performance; veteran stage and film actor Kirk Wendell Brown whose career has spanned 35 years; as well as... Read more →

Setting Employees Up for Advancement: 5 Key Strategies

Every organisation wants motivated, engaged employees who are constantly developing their skills and improving performance. One key way to achieve this is by setting up systems and programs to facilitate employee advancement within the company. Providing clear paths for progression motivates staff and also enables you to fill higher-level positions from within your existing talent pool. This article explores 5 effective strategies for setting employees up for advancement opportunities. Provide Training and Development Programmes One of the most fundamental ways to facilitate advancement is through training and development programs. These allow employees to expand their skillsets and capabilities, preparing them... Read more →

Top Tips for a Productive Work-From-Home Routine

Working from home has become a staple for many. However, maintaining productivity outside the structured environment of an office can be challenging. Here are some practical tips to help you stay on track and make the most of your work-from-home experience. 1. Create a Dedicated Workspace Having a specific area for work can significantly enhance your focus. Whether it's a spare room, a corner in your living room, or even a well-organized desk, make sure this space is solely for work. Keep it tidy and stocked with everything you need to avoid unnecessary interruptions. 2. Stick to a Schedule One... Read more →