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September 2019

Rutgers Student Makes Long Journey

From Immigration Battle to Outer Space NASA’s Diana Trujillo discusses Rutgers student’s persistence in her quest to become an astronaut New Brunswick, N.J. (Sept. 30, 2019) – Becoming an astronaut is challenging for anyone, but... Read more →


IMAGINE A DAY WITH ZERO TRAFFIC FATALITIES

LOWER TOWNSHIP WILL CELEBRATES THE 19 ANNUAL "PUT THE BRAKES ON FATALITIES DAY®" October 10, 2019 Lower Township, NJ, a May 2019 report released by the National Highway and Transportation Administration (NHTSA) indicated there were... Read more →


Robert Peterson Appointed Vice President Finance and CFO of United Methodist Communities

NEPTUNE, N.J., September 30, 2019 — United Methodist Communities (UMC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Peterson to the position of vice president finance and chief financial officer. In this role, Mr. Peterson,... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Cardinal Pell And Brett Kavanaugh; Two Defamed Catholics

September 30, 2019 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the defamation of two prominent Catholics: In some quarters, George Cardinal Pell and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh are both seen as sexual predators, deserving... Read more →


Pennacchio: Murphy’s Sanctuary State Policy Allows Sexual Predators to Roam Free

Denounces False Promise that Directive would “protect the safety of all New Jersey residents” TRENTON, NJ (September 30, 2019)--Senator Joe Pennacchio condemned Governor Murphy’s sanctuary state policies that resulted in the release from county jail... Read more →


Five Cities Named Winners in the Degree® Deodorant “Made To Move” Grant Program

September 30, 2019, In partnership with Blue Zones®, the world’s #1 deodorant1 will provide half a million dollars to city projects inspiring communities to move more ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. /PRNewswire/ – Degree Deodorant announced the... Read more →


GOP Congressional Candidate Singh: Democrats are finally going whole hog on impeachment

Let's recap the craziest thing that happened last week: They've dropped all pretenses. They're actively working to undermine and overturn the 2016 election. America is a country of 'We the People,’ and We elected President... Read more →


Hamilton's Legacy Endures In Philadelphia

His Greatest Achievements Took Place In Philadelphia Freedom fighter, statesman, financial genius, adulterer. These are the impressions Alexander Hamilton has left on his Broadway-based fans. (The Tony Award-winning musical is playing at Philadelphia’s Forrest Theatre... Read more →


Brigantine Native Raising Funds for Shore Cancer Center

MediaWize September 2019 Shore Medical Center in Somers Point At age 14, Todd Gordon lost his mother, Margaret Mary “Peggy” Gordon, to melanoma cancer that had spread to her organs. She was his source of... Read more →


Pennsylvania’s public pensions are 79.9 percent taxpayer funded, 9th highest in U.S.

The Center Square September 2019 Taxpayer contributions to Pennsylvania’s public pension funds in 2017 amounted to 79.9 percent of the total, the ninth highest ratio among the 50 states, according to newly released data by... Read more →


Detainer non-cooperation threatens public safety

source https://www.ice.gov/ U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Matthew T. Albence held a White House press briefing Thursday to explain how sanctuary policies threaten public safety and called on the public to hold... Read more →


5 Amazing Tips on How to Save Money on a Cruise

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Sept. 30, 2019)--Did you know over 28 million people took a cruise in 2018? There's no doubt about it—cruises are one of the most popular ways to travel. From local weekend getaways to round-the-world cruises... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': Parking Matters

Dawn Watson/CNBNews Contributor Over the years I’ve gotten quite a few tickets for parking my car on the street cleaner’s route. Everyone I know complains about it and everyone has gotten a ticket at one... Read more →


Miguel Vargas Convicted of Endangering the Welfare of a Child

MAYS LANDING- Miguel Vargas, 48, was convicted of 3 counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child and one count of Obstructing the Administration of Law following a 2 week-long trial, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon... Read more →


Game Commission and Penn Vet Partner to Protect Wildlife

New program will improve disease surveillance to safeguard wildlife and public health. [PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA] - White-nose syndrome has killed 99 percent of most cave-bat species. Chronic wasting disease continues to spread to new parts of... Read more →


Six Men Sentenced for Roles in Illegal Loansharking, Check Cashing, Gambling & Money Laundering Schemes

Linked to Genovese Crime Family Indicted in “Operation Fistful” by Division of Criminal Justice & Waterfront Commission TRENTON –Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that six defendants were sentenced today for their roles in criminal... Read more →


Maryland Sept 25-Oct. 1 Fishing Report: Striped Bass Active in the Upper Chesapeake Bay

By Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources Travis Long and Justin Beam quickly hold up a pair of huge red drum before slipping them back into the bay. Photo courtesy of Travis Long As... Read more →


State Investigating Death of Atlantic County Jail Inmate

HAMILTON –The Attorney General’s Shooting Response Task Force – which also investigates other deaths that occur during an encounter with a law enforcement officer acting in his or her official capacity or that occur in... Read more →


Philadelphia Police Searching for Suspect who Attacked 71-Year-Old Man (video)

PHILADELPHIA, PA (September 29, 2019)--Philadelphia Police are searching for a suspect who beat up a 71-year-old man at the Hunting Park recreational center, 1000 Hunting Park Avenue on Tuesday, September 24. The surveillance video released... Read more →


McDaniel College Freshmen from NJ Awarded Educator's Legacy Scholarships

WESTMINSTER, MD (09/26/2019)-- McDaniel College has awarded select freshmen with Educator's Legacy Scholarships valued at up to $100,000 for each student. Children with a parent or guardian who has at least four years of current... Read more →


31 Defendants Charged In Takedown Of Two Separate Burlington County Drug Trafficking Gangs

Twenty-eight Arrests Made in Coordinated Takedown by Federal and State Law Enforcement TRENTON, N.J. – Federal criminal charges have been filed against 31 individuals for their roles as members, associates, and suppliers of multiple drug-trafficking... Read more →


Author Benjamin Ludwig visits Rowan College of SJ-Cumberland Campus- Oct. 16, 2019

(CNBNewsnet)--With the start of fall semester classes, Rowan College of South Jersey’s “One Book, One College” reading campaign is in full swing as this year’s selection, “Ginny Moon” by Benjamin Ludwig, is becoming a topic... Read more →