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March 2019

UPDATE: Unified Command responds to reports of tar balls and sheen off coast of Rockaway, NY

Click on images to download high-resolution version. NEW YORK — Members of the Unified Command for Goethals Oil Spill continue responding to a report of sheening and tar balls received Saturday from New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC). During shoreline assessments conducted Sunday afternoon, members of the Unified... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic and Gloucester High Baseball/Softball News

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 1, 2019)--Gloucester Catholic baseball is ranked number three by the Courier Post in their top 15 teams in South Jersey. Coming in at Number one is Bishop Eustace Prep followed by St. Augustine. Gloucester Catholic will play Salem today, Monday, at the Joe Barth Field, Browning... Read more →


April 2019 Camden County History Alliance Events

APRIL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES Click each link below to open the event flyers, or scroll down to view all events. April 1: "Walt Whitman in the Civil War" at The Center at Camden County College April 2: "In Search of the Underground Railroad: Connecting People, Places, and Things" at Rutgers... Read more →


State Laws Ban Surprise Medical Bills. She Got One for $227K And Fought Back

Debbie and Larry Moehnke of Washougal, Wash., faced bills of nearly $227,000, even after insurance, when she suffered a heart attack and spent a month at Portland’s Oregon Health & Science University hospital last summer. (Michael Hanson for KHN) This story also ran on Time. This story can be republished... Read more →


Pennsylvania Republicans: Joe Pittman Running for Sen. Don White's Seat

As we continue to work toward the May 21st primary election and the dates for Special Elections, we had another meeting of conferees. This one was to select a nominee in the special election for Pennsylvania’s 41st Senatorial District. By unanimous acclamation, the conferees from Butler, Indiana, Armstrong, and Westmoreland... Read more →


Mount Holly PD 44th Anniversary Memorial Held

Recognizing Fallen Officers Donald Aleshire, William Wurst and John Holmes MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – Members of the Mount Holly Police Department held its 44th annual memorial ceremony recognizing a fateful day in Mt. Holly’s history and the lives of three fallen officers. The memorial commemorates the ultimate sacrifice that was... Read more →


AG Grewal Files First State Lawsuit Against “Ghost Gun” Company

for Offering Untraceable Guns in NJ AG Grewal Sues U.S. Patriot Armory After Vendor Sold Ghost Gun to Undercover NJ Investigator; Announces 15 Ghost Gun Companies Now Blocking NJ Sales After Receiving Cease-and-Desist Letters click on an image to enlarge U.S. Patriot Armory Verified Complaint I Company Compliance Examples TRENTON... Read more →


DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: March 18-24 

Reminder for the week: Time to purchase your 2019 Delaware fishing license DOVER (March 29, 2019) – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, DNREC’s Fish & Wildlife Natural... Read more →


UA Students from NJ Participate in Undergraduate Research/Creative Activity Conference

TUSCALOOSA, AL (03/28/2019)-- Nearly 500 students at The University of Alabama highlighted their research and creative projects during the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference on March 27. Among the participants and presentations were: Camille Howarth of Egg Harbor Township, NJ (08234). Presentation: "Perceived vs. Actual Alcohol Use At The... Read more →


Atlantic City Electric Honors Top Local Volunteers

Two employees selected from hundreds who volunteered more than 21,000 hours to support South Jersey organizations MAYS LANDING, N.J. (March 28, 2019) – Atlantic City Electric honored two top volunteers with the company’s Volunteer of the Year Award, recognition for employees who go above and beyond to make a difference... Read more →


PATCO celebrates 50 years of service with customer appreciation events

PATCO celebrates 50 years of service with customer appreciation events all year long. Events will be held every month at various train stations in New Jersey and Philadelphia. During this month's event, which took place on March 26, riders had the opportunity to spin a prize wheel and win items... Read more →


Reports of tar balls and oil sheen off coast of Rockaway

NEW YORK— The U.S. Coast Guard, along with partner agencies, are responding to reports of oil sheen and tar balls, on the ocean side of Coney Island and Long Island, from Norton Point to Atlantic Beach, Saturday. Responders are assessing both shoreline and waterway impact, and investigating to determine the... Read more →


South Jersey Arts Fest at Appel Farm kicks off the summer with a jam-packed weekend 

Immersive visual and performing arts workshops; and earthy, rootsy, countrified, soul-filled, rockin’ music presented by Appel Farm Arts & Music Campus on June 1 & 2, 2019. (Elmer, NJ – March 29, 2019) South Jersey Arts Fest at Appel Farm will be held on our campus in Elmer, NJ on... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA DIOCESE CATHOLIC HOUSING/COMMUNITY SERVICES RECEIVES GRANT

TO HELP SENIOR CITIZENS APPLY FOR SNAP BENEFITS Catholic Housing and Community Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CHCS) has received a $30,000 grant through a partnership with Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) to help eligible senior citizens enroll in the federal government’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The grant, made... Read more →


2019 COUNTRY DOCTOR OF THE YEAR “HOLDS THE FORT” IN WESTERN FRONTIER TOWN

Dr. Daniel Dahle Serves an Area Larger Than Five States (Above) Dr. Daniel Dahle with patients, click to enlarge DALLAS, TX – Serving an area larger than five states and a community 45 miles from the nearest traffic light, Dr. Daniel Dahle is the medical version of a hero in... Read more →


Senator Menendez Invites Public to Rally to Save Affordable Care Act

You're invited to join me for a rally in support of the Affordable Care Act at Jersey City Medical Center on Monday, April 1st, at 11:30 AM. In light of the recent move by the Trump Administration to challenge the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act in the courts, threatening... Read more →


NJBIA Statement on NJ Higher Education Plan 

NJBIA President & CEO Michele Siekerka, Esq. issued the following statement about the state higher education plan announced Tuesday by Gov. Phil Murphy and Higher Education Secretary Dr. Zakiya Smith Ellis. Siekerka joined Murphy and Ellis at the news conference at Rutgers University-Newark where the plan was discussed. "New Jersey... Read more →


Father and Son Plead Guilty to Defrauding Investors of Millions of Dollars

George Bussanich Sr. and George Bussanich Jr. face state prison sentences George Bussanich Jr. Wilma Bussanich George Bussanich Sr. TRENTON –Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that a father and son have pleaded guilty to defrauding investors of millions of dollars through two successive scams involving sales of bogus investments.... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Wolf: Brother of the Dog

Dawn Watson/CNBNews Contributor Dogs possess the inherent qualities of pack animals. That is, if it’s true that they are descended from wolves, and wolves travel in packs then dogs too, are pack animals. It is upon this basis that Brother of the Wolf, LLC was founded. According to DNA research... Read more →


BrightView Landscapes and National Park Service Join Forces to Improve Independence Park

PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The U.S. National Park Service (NPS) and BrightView Landscapes LLC, the nation’s leading commercial landscaping services company, today announced a plan to make significant improvements to the grounds of one of America’s most treasured and historic sites, Independence National Historical Park (INHP) in Philadelphia, Pa. BrightView, headquartered in Plymouth... Read more →