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November 8, 2019

North Carolina Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Attempted Murder at Bordentown Truck Stop

North Carolina Man Sentenced to 20 Years in State Prison for Attempted Murder at Bordentown Truck Stop BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP NJ--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a truck driver from North Carolina who was convicted of attempted murder for stabbing a co-worker at a Bordentown Township truck stop late last year was sentenced today to 20 years in New Jersey state prison. Christopher Teeter, 42, of Wilmington, North Carolina, must serve 85 percent of the term before becoming eligible for parole. The sentence was handed... Read more →

Lumberton Woman Who Caused Son’s Death After Using Drugs Receives Prison Term

LUMBERTON, NJ (November 8, 2019)--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Lumberton woman whose young son died earlier this year after she became impaired and passed out on top of him was sentenced today to four years in New Jersey state prison. The sentence was handed down by the Hon. Philip E. Haines, J.S.C., to Antoinette L. King, 34, (photo) of Dove Court. King pled guilty in July to Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Second Degree). She admitted in Superior Court to drinking... Read more →


Just days after NJ voters approved a limited expansion of a $250 property-tax deduction for veterans, lawmakers want to widen eligibility for the tax break even further. Under a new bipartisan measure, NJ voters would be asked again next fall to approve a a $250 annual property-tax deduction for all military veterans who own a home, regardless of when or where they served. The deduction is currently only available to veterans (and their widows or widowers) who served during wartime or during certain peace-keeping missions.... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing NJ: Pheasant, Quail Season Begins Saturday

The Pheasant/Quail Season opens tomorrow, Saturday November 9, with birds stocked on 23 WMAs, Fort Dix and the Delaware Water Gap NRA. Quail are stocked on two WMAs. Also, the Ducks, Mergansers and Coot season reopens Saturday in the North and Coastal Zones. The South Zone reopens a week later on November 16. See the links below to make the most of your hunting experience: Pheasant Stocking Schedule (pdf, 85kb) Pheasant Stocking Maps Quail Stocking Schedule (pdf, 75kb) Quail Stocking Maps Waterfowl Hunting Information Small... Read more →

Rastelli Bros Recalling 130,468 Pounds of Raw Ground Beef

WASHINGTON, Nov. 7, 2019 – Rastelli Bros., Inc., doing business as Rastelli Foods Group, a Swedesboro, N.J. establishment, is recalling approximately 130,464 pounds of raw ground beef products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The raw ground beef items were produced from Oct. 3, 2019 through Oct. 15, 2019. The following products are subject to recall: [View labels (PDF only)] 16-oz vacuum sealed packages containing “NATURE'S RANCHER 100% GRASS... Read more →

Jefferson Health Hosts Camden County Veterans Medal Award Ceremony

Voorhees, NJ -- On Thursday, November 7, Jefferson Health hosted its 18th Annual Veterans Medal Award Ceremony for Camden County veterans, whether currently serving or honorably discharged. This year, 19 veterans — eight Army, seven Navy, and four Air Force — received a Camden County Military Service Medal. Of those honored, nine served in Vietnam, two in World War II, and one in Korea. Camden County’s Board of Freeholders, and Office of Veterans Affairs, was joined by representatives from the Jewish War Veterans Post 126... Read more →

Maryland Anglers Catching Striped Bass, Northern Snakeheads, Flounder, Tautog

Maryland Fishing Report – Nov. 6 By Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources Photo courtesy of Mike Glyphis November has started off with lots of exciting fishing opportunities. Maryland Department of Natural Resources crews have stocked generous amounts of trout in waters throughout the state, as our fall stocking program comes to an end. Chesapeake anglers are enjoying fishing for striped bass and coastal anglers are experiencing excellent fishing for sea bass. Mike Glyphis was fishing 16 miles off Ocean City when he hooked... Read more →

New Wildlife-Viewing Tower at Little Creek Wildlife Area Opens

Cutting the ribbon for the Little Creek Wildlife Area boardwalk trail and wildlife-viewing tower east of Dover are, left to right: Governor John Carney, DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife Director David Saveikis, Delaware Bayshore Initiative Coordinator Anthony Gonzon, DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin, past DNREC Secretary David Small, Representative Bill Carson, Little Creek Mayor Glenn Gauvry, Federal Highway Administration Delaware Division Administrator Doug Atkin, and DelDOT Byways Program Manager Mike Hahn. DNREC photo by Joanna Wilson. DOVER (Nov. 8, 2019) – Delaware Governor John... Read more →

Pregnant Florida woman kills home intruder with AR-15

Source NRA-ILA A pregnant Florida woman saved her husband and daughter's lives by killing a home intruder with an AR-15. The mom, who is eight months pregnant, retrieved the weapon after the intruders pistol-whipped her husband and violently grabbed their 11-year-old daughter last week. “They came in heavily hooded and masked,” her husband, Jeremy King, told Bay News 9. “As soon as they had got the back door opened, they had a pistol on me and was grabbing my 11-year-old daughter.” As the father was... Read more →

WalletHub SURVEY: 2019’s Best & Worst Places for Veterans to Live

November 2019, With Veterans Day around the corner, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2019’s Best & Worst Places for Veterans to Live (as well as accompanying videos). The report compares the 100 largest U.S. cities across 20 key metrics, ranging from share of military skill-related jobs to housing affordability to the availability of VA health facilities. WalletHub also released its money-saving selection of 2019’s Best Military Credit Cards, along with the results of its 2019 Military Money Survey, which revealed that... Read more →

Tips to Reduce Bacteria and Germs in Your Home

Gloucestercitynews.net (November 8,2019)--Advances in medicine and technologies have enhanced humans’ defenses against infections. There were times in which certain infections took away millions of lives, but these are a rarity in the modern age. Humans have managed to eradicate certain illnesses completely from existence, while the fight to eliminate some others is in progress. There is no need to worry, as your body already contains powerful tools to fight against infections: your immune cells. Nowadays, there are cures for almost every infection present in western... Read more →

Jefferson Health’s Three New Jersey Hospitals Nationally Recognized with ‘A’s’

Voorhees, NJ, November 7, 2019 - Jefferson Health’s three New Jersey hospitals — located in Cherry Hill, Stratford and Washington Township — were each awarded an “A” in the Fall 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing Jefferson’s achievements protecting patients from harm and providing safer health care. The Leapfrog Group is an independent national watchdog organization — driven by employers and other purchasers of health care — committed to improving health care quality and safety for consumers and purchasers. The Safety Grade... Read more →

FBI ALERT: The Case of the Stolen Lemur

Man Convicted and Sentenced for Stealing Endangered Animal from California Zoo Isaac, the oldest ring-tailed lemur in North America, was stolen from the Santa Ana Zoo in 2018. (Photo courtesy of the Santa Ana Zoo.) When the staff at the Santa Ana Zoo arrived at work early one morning in July 2018, they discovered an unusual—and very concerning—sight. Several animals were freely roaming the zoo grounds, outside of their normal areas. An intruder had used bolt cutters to open enclosures and release a group of... Read more →

Appel Farm’s Crafty Campout creates a weekend of connecting, sharing and learning.

Elmer, New Jersey – Appel Farm Arts and Music Campus welcomes girls grade K-8 to spend a weekend getting creative in activities that encourage critical thinking and skill building! Gils will earn badges in workshops designed specifically for Girl Scouts at Crafty Campout on April 3-5, 2020. Appel Farm will work with local Girl Scout troops on transformative arts and learning experiences to help build girls of courage, confidence and character. Daisies, Brownies, Juniors & Cadettes (plus any girls in grades K-8) are invited to... Read more →

FACE OF DEFENSE: Coast Guard responds to aground cargo vessel north of Fishers Island

MIAMI — The Coast Guard responded to an aground 203-foot cargo vessel north of Fishers Island, Thursday. Coast Guard Sector Miami watchstanders received a notification at approximately 5 p.m., stating the Panamanian-flagged cargo vessel, Betty K VI, ran hard aground after losing propulsion north of Fishers Island. The watchstanders issued a safety marine information broadcast. There were no reported injuries, pollution or hazards to navigation. For more breaking news follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Read more →

Rutgers–Camden Researcher Finds Opportunity for Ancient Mongolian Herb to Treat Depression

CAMDEN CITY NJ –(Nov. 7, 2019)--An herb used by Mongolian ruler Genghis Khan to promote bravery and stamina in his soldiers in the 12th century may be beneficial in treating depression in the 21st century, according to a Rutgers University–Camden researcher. In a study published in the Journal of Traditional Chinese Medical Sciences, Rutgers–Camden biology professor Joe Martin and his colleagues offer evidence that the herb, Astragalus membranaceous var. mongholicus or A. mongholicus, native to China and Mongolia, contains compounds that have antidepressant effects. “The... Read more →

External Hard Drive Recovery Happens More Than You Think

Gloucestercitynews.net (November 8, 2019)--Most people do not know that they can recover data from the external hard drive. That is why; in this article, we are going to explain how you can recover deleted files from external hard drives using the software. People always looking for affordable data recovery services; It is one of them. If you have formatted your data, deleted a file or due to a virus attack then you can get it back. Many people use external hard drives for storage. You... Read more →

Enhanced Patrol And Automatic License Plate Reader Help Lead To Arrest Of Subject For Stealing Wiring

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (Nov. 7, 2019)--On Saturday November 2, 2019 at approximately 6:14AM a theft of wiring occurred at a local business on Jarvis Road in Gloucester Township. A check of surveillance cameras in the area provided a suspect and suspect vehicle description to officers so that a follow up investigation can be conducted. A Gloucester Township Police Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) was utilized and a suspect vehicle was identified. On Wednesday November 6, 2019 at approximately 10:53PM while officers were on enhanced patrol... Read more →

Powerball Jackpot Rolls to $50,000,000 For Saturday’s Drawing

Thousands of New Jersey Players Win Prizes TRENTON (Nov. 7, 2019) – The Powerball jackpot has rolled to $50 million! Although no one won the jackpot in the Nov. 6, drawing, 16,073 New Jersey players took home an estimated $91,345 in prizes ranging from $4 to $300, according to Lottery Acting Executive Director James Carey. The winning numbers for the Wednesday, Nov. 6, drawing were: 15, 28, 46, 62 and 64. The Red Power Ball number was 17. The Multiplier number was 03. The Powerball... Read more →


Coast Guard Academy memorial serves as a reminder of a history of selfless service In a busy hallway at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, are a series of memorials known as the Hall of Heroes. Every year near Veteran’s Day the entire Corps of Cadets and Academy community gather to induct alums into the hall’s Wall of Gallantry memorial. This year, six graduates and their families were welcomed back to the Academy to commemorate those who have demonstrated courage in the... Read more →

Pros of Using Plagiarism Checker Tools for Writers and Scholars

(November 8, 2019)--Thanks to the internet and all its versatility, it has also created a huge nuisance called 'plagiarism'. Writers, researchers, teachers, and everyone who writes has been plagued with plagiarism. Students and some writers have made a habit of copying/pasting content without citing it. This type of theft equates to stealing someone else's brain. Plagiarism, as described in the Oxford dictionary, is "The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own" In precise words, plagiarism is an... Read more →