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November 7, 2019

HAMILTON’S CELEBRATED EDUCATION PROGRAM DEBUTS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 IN PHILADELPHIA

1,700 STUDENTS AND TEACHERS ATTENDED PERFORMANCE AT THE FORREST THEATRE PHILADELPHIA PA--The innovative educational program that debuted at HAMILTON on Broadway continued in Philadelphia on Thursday, November 7 when over 1,700 students and teachers from 39 high schools attended the matinee performance of the musical at the Forrest Theatre. The November 7 performance in Philadelphia provided more than 1,700 high school students the opportunity to experience the musical HAMILTON after having spent several weeks in their classrooms studying American history through a special integrated curriculum... Read more →


CCC School of Cosmetology Offering Haircuts, Manicures, Facials Etc

Need a haircut? A touch up or highlights? How about a manicure or facial? All of these services and more can be performed at the Career and Technical Institute at Camden County College. All work is performed by students who have obtained their permit under the direction of our licensed Cosmetology Instructors for a nominal fee. Prices are based on reasonable charges for overhead costs in addition to the materials used on each client. Appointments not necessary. First come, first served. Cash or checks only... Read more →


Camden County Accepting Nominations for the County Freedom Medal

The Camden County Board of Freeholders is now accepting nominations for the Camden County Freedom Medal. The medal will be awarded to citizens of Camden County for contributing to the betterment of their community through their unselfish dedication of time and talent, beyond their normal professional activities, in the continuation of Martin Luther King Jr’s dream to create a more just and loving community. Please take the time to nominate a friend, neighbor, or just someone you know who embodies the dream and action of... Read more →


New Jersey Citizen Action statement on bills rolling back State’s minimum wage increase

November 7, 2019, New Jersey Citizen Action released the following statement today on two bill introduced that would roll back the minimum wage increase that went into effect less than a year ago. The bills, introduced by state Democratic Senator Vin Gopal (LD-11), will be posted in the Senate Labor Committee on November 14th with the approval of Senate President Stephen Sweeney (LD-3) and Chairman Fred Madden (LD-4). “Today Democratic Senator Gopal introduced two bills that would roll back the minimum wage increase, which has... Read more →


BRAVE Act to Connect Veterans to Registered Apprenticeships

November 7, 2019, CHERRY HILL, NJ – Today, U.S. Congressmen Donald Norcross (NJ-01) and Andy Kim (NJ-03) announced the Bringing Registered Apprenticeships to Veterans Education (BRAVE) Act – a bill that aims to educate veterans about registered apprenticeship programs and help their overall transition back into civilian life. The announcement of the BRAVE Act comes just before Veterans Day (Nov. 11) and National Apprenticeship Week (Nov. 11-17). “Our veterans risk their lives for our freedom, and they should be afforded every opportunity to succeed as... Read more →


Hannah Schalles of Ocean City Presents Dangers of Vaping at Local School

CEDARVILLE, OH (11/05/2019)-- Cedarville University pharmacy student Hannah Schalles of Ocean City, NJ will communicate drug safety solutions to middle and high school students throughout Madison County. Two fourth-year professional pharmacy students, Hannah Schalles and Ashley Sullivan, will present on November 7 at West Jefferson High School in West Jefferson, Ohio. They will discuss correct over-the-counter medication safety based on the Ohio State University's GenRx medication safety for teens guidelines. Karen Wells and Kathy Limes, Madison County prevention partners, will also be in attendance. "I've... Read more →


Sun Glare Causes Traffic Accident in Brooklawn

BROOKLAWN, NJ (Nov. 6, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--Brooklawn Police were dispatched to the area of Route 130 and Browning Lane for the report of a two-vehicle accident. On arrival Police determined that the crash only involved 1 vehicle. The vehicle was making a left-hand turn from Browning Lane onto Route 130 South, when the sun glare obstructed her view causing her to drive up the median and strike the light pole. The lens from the light fell out and shattered on Route 130 North causing a traffic hazard.... Read more →


Minalex custom aluminum extrusions form the structure of the DeepLight

Whitehouse Station, NJ—(November 2019) Minalex was called in to help DeepLight Labs with its signature showstopper product, “The DeepLight,” a programmable art installation piece comprised of two-way mirrors and hundreds of LED lights housed in a geometric frame. DeepLight Co-Founders David Hughes and Neil Merchant—both software developers and frequent music festivalgoers—designed the DeepLight to dazzle audiences at music festivals and other high-profile events with custom elaborate light shows and animations that can be manually controlled and synced with music. The DeepLight started out as a... Read more →


Project Veritas Video: ABC Reporter Caught on Hot Mic Talking About Jeffrey Epstein Investigation

“I’ve Had This Story for Three Years… (ABC) Would Not Put It on The Air” says Good Morning America Breaking News Anchor, and 20/20 Co-Anchor Amy Robach. “It Was Unbelievable… We Had – Clinton, We Had Everything…” Robach: “We Had Her Whole Allegations About Prince Andrew…I Got a Little Concerned About Why I Couldn’t Get On.” Amy Robach Describes How She Interviewed a Woman Who Had the Courage to Come Forward “Years” Ago About Epstein: “She Had Pictures, She Had Everything. She Was in Hiding... Read more →


Area Authorities Conduct Emergency Preparedness Exercise

PATCO, in conjunction with DRPA Public Safety, local police, EMS and fire departments, conducted an emergency preparedness exercise on Sunday, October 27, 2019 at the Ashland Station in Voorhees, New Jersey. The exercise, which involved more than 90 people, simulated an emergency onboard a PATCO train. "Annual exercises like this are just one of the many ways PATCO ensures the safety of our employees and customers," said PATCO General Manager John D. Rink. "The lessons we learn from conducting these exercises continue to make emergency... Read more →


How to Get Social With Your Website Audience

Gloucestercitynews.net (November 7, 2019--Building a beautiful looking, engaging website that performs wonderfully for your visitors is only half the battle. In an increasingly competitive digital marketing landscape, your advantage will rely on your ability to integrate your social media channels effectively into your marketing campaigns. Here are a few tips on how leverage social media to boost visits to your website. Why is social media important? Social media has become an integral part of how we not only communicate but also how we digest, distribute,... Read more →


Team of Experts Perform Special Tasks to Preserve the Life of the Walt Whitman Bridge

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--The Walt Whitman Bridge weighs nearly 60,000 tons and is almost 12,000 feet in length and it takes a special team of experts to keep the iconic bridge clean and safe. Those experts are the team of maintenance technicians with the Delaware River Port Authority. The technicians utilize a special piece of equipment to not only clean the main span of the bridge but to also visually inspect the bridge for any defects. The defects can include any potential loose bolts, damaged bearings,... Read more →


Henkel Participating in Hamilton College Academic Program in France

CLINTON, NY (11/05/2019)-- Abigail Henkel, of Haddon Township (08108), is participating in the Hamilton in France program for the 2019-20 academic year. Hamilton in France provides students with a solid academic experience based on the College's deep commitment to a liberal arts education and personal exploration. Founded in 1957 as Hamilton College Junior Year in France, the program is directed by Professor of French Cheryl Morgan at Hamilton, and is open to qualified students at American colleges and universities. Each resident director brings extensive personal... Read more →


Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney commemorated PATCO’s Golden Anniversary during Customer Appreciation Event

at 15/16th & Locust Street Station PHILADELPHIA, PA --To commemorate PATCO’s 50 years of connecting people through public transit, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney presented PATCO with a Ceremonial Liberty Bell on behalf of the City of Philadelphia. On February 15, 1969, PATCO made its first trip from Lindenwold, New Jersey, to Center City Philadelphia. “Congratulations to PATCO on its 50th Anniversary. It’s a real connection between Philadelphia and New Jersey,” said Kenney. “PATCO is really important. It brings thousands of passengers across the bridge into... Read more →


New Jersey Online Casino Market Share and Statistics

New Jersey continues to be one of America’s most well-known states when it comes to gambling. We all know about Atlantic City and its glamorous casinos, but online gambling in New Jersey is blooming as well. As of 2018, there were seven DGA approved online casinos in New Jersey, and they all keep fighting for their share of the market. The guys from NJ Games closely follow the revenue growth of these casinos and rely on the statistics that are released by the Division of... Read more →


NJ Residents Earn Degree from WGU

SALT LAKE CITY (Grassroots Newswire) November 5, 2019 - The following local residents have earned their degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The online, nonprofit university held its 71st (Cincinnati, Ohio); 72nd (Anaheim, California); 73rd (Salt Lake City, UT); and 74th (Seattle, Washington) commencement ceremonies in the spring and summer of this year to celebrate the recent graduation of more than 10,000 students from across the country. * Denisse Vega of Haddon Township (08059) has earned their Bachelor of Science, Nursing degree * Elizabeth Lee... Read more →


Gloucester Township Firefighters Recruiting Junior Volunteers in Area High Schools this Month

Gloucester Township, N.J. (CNBNewsnet)--Four volunteer fire stations are teaming up to find the next generation of firefighters November 18, 19 and 20this month, as they begin recruiting high school students to join their ranks. The Firefighters of Gloucester Township will visit three area high schools to recruit new junior volunteer firefighters as part of its ongoing volunteer recruitment campaign. The campaign will first stop at Timber Creek Regional High School on Monday, Nov. 18. Then on Tuesday, Nov. 19, it will visit Triton Regional High... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing NJ: More Large Salmon Stocked in Four Lakes

November 6, 2019 The Division's Salmon Stocking Program continues with this fall's stocking of large fish from the Hackettstown State Fish Hatchery. On Monday, November 4, 650 salmon were float stocked by hatchery staff in Merrill Creek Reservoir in Warren County. The reservoir, a Trophy Trout Lake, has a miniumum size limit of 15" - the stocked fish already or soon will meet the minimum legal length of 15 inches. The annual fall stocking of similar-sized salmon took place at three other lakes during mid-October... Read more →


AWA Vet on Wheels Comes to Camden City

The Animal Welfare Association is bringing its Vets on Wheels mobile clinic to Camden City this fall. From 3 PM to 5 PM on Wednesday, Nov. 20, the clinic will offer on-site vaccinations and veterinary procedures at Von Nieda Park. The Vets on Wheels program, supported by the Freeholder Board, works in underserved communities to deliver a variety of pet care outreach services to residents. These events are open to all – you do not have to be a resident of the neighborhood to visit... Read more →