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December 10, 2019

Ambrosino Calls Out Assemblywomen Lampitt And Mosquera

For Being ‘Do As We Say Not As We Do’ South Jersey Democrats Where were Lampitt and Mosquera after former Assemblyman Barclay punched his girlfriend in the face? HADDON HEIGHTS – Camden County Republican Chairman Rich Ambrosino asked today when Camden County’s Democrat Assemblywomen were going to end their hypocrisy. At issue is a recent press release issued by Assemblywomen Pam Lampitt and Gabriela Mosquera heralding a bill offering support to victims of violence and abuse. “While I agree victims of violence and abuse should be supported, I question the level of support Assemblywomen Lampitt and Mosquera actually provide to victims... Read more →

Minnesota Takes On Auburn New Year’s Day

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Exclusive TAMPA-- The University of Minnesota football team accepted an invitation to compete in the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1, 2020. The Gophers, who went 10-2 in the regular and a 7-2 in Big Ten play, will face Auburn (9-3) from the SEC. It will also be the second straight bowl game for the Gophers under head coach P. J. Fleck, as Minnesota played in the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit last season and beat Georgia Tech 34-10. This season, Minnesota was ranked No. 18 in the final College Football Playoff rankings, while Auburn was No.... Read more →


New York City's relocation and subsidized rent program for homeless familiescaused a big stir in North Jersey, with mayors in Newark and Elizabeth speaking out. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka filed a lawsuit last week against Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration — more than half of the affected families settled in Newark (1,200 of 2,226 families). Elizabeth Mayor Chris Bollwage said his city intended to join Newark's filing. But it appears that the fight may be over, at least for now. According to an agreement made in federal court yesterday, New York will pause this program, at least temporarily. It will also... Read more →

Can CBD Oil Help with Essential Tremor?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Dec. 10, 2019)--If you’re not fully clued up with the condition, essential tremor is a nerve disorder that is characterized by uncontrollable shaking in different areas or sides of the body. The most commonly affected areas include the hands, arms, head, larynx (voice box), tongue and chin and, although rare, the lower body can also be affected. The condition is not life-threatening providing that the affected individual is not restricted in their ability to care for themselves. Most of those suffering will be able to live normal lives, although difficulty in everyday tasks may be found (eating, dressing, writing etc.). If... Read more →

Former Gloucester City Firefighter Michael Malinowski Dies Suddenly; Age 40; Services Saturday in Morton, Pa

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews MORTON, PA (December 10, 2019)—Former Gloucester City firefighter Michael Malinowski died suddenly on December 3. Malinowski was a volunteer firefighter with the Gloucester City Fire Department from 1996 to 2015. A few years back he and his family moved to Morton, Pa where he continued to serve as the captain of the Morton Rutledge Volunteer Fire Department. Michael Malinowski Sr. On Monday evening, Dec. 2 Malinowski responded to the report of trees and wires down just after 8 p.m. in Nether Providence, Pa. Following the call, Malinowski reported to officers that he was feeling ill,... Read more →

Holiday gifts teachers really want

Looking for a special teacher gift for the holidays? Take a tip from teachers themselves. by: GreatSchools Staff | December 5, 2012 Sure that “World’s Best Teacher” coffee mug is cute, but imagine how many of them an experienced teacher already has! Here, teachers share what gifts they’d really like, and it turns out that gifts from the heart are among the most appreciated. Teachers tell us what they want There is a perfect gift for every teacher, as comments from these teachers show: “I am a teacher so I have plenty of knowledge on this topic. Gift cards are a... Read more →

How Vegas hotels inspire loyalty among patrons 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Dec. 10, 2019)--The customer, like all businesses, is the most important person in both the hotel and casino industry and by extension, their loyalty is vital to their success. Loyalty schemes and bonuses aren’t anything new - just about every business offering a product or service utilizes them. Pick up a coffee at any local shop and you’ll fill another space on the loyalty card, log on to an online casino and you’ll be able to claim comp points for the games that you play. Loyalty schemes and rewards aren’t anything new, but how effective each method is is still up... Read more →

NJ College Students educate Reading children about Physical Therapy

READING, PA. (12/09/2019)-- First-year students in Alvernia's Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program demonstrated the importance of movement and exercise to fourth-grade students at Lauer's Park Elementary School through an interactive program called Power in Motion. The following local students were part of the program: Ashley Blackburn of Logan Township, NJ (08085) Rachelle Ross of Merchantville, NJ (08109) "We are always looking for ways to increase awareness of physical therapy as a profession to those who might not have been exposed to it and give back to our local community," said Alvernia Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy James O'Donohue. "This was our... Read more →

Photo Pop Philly’s Winter Wonderland Debuts

Special Holiday-Themed Philadelphia Phillies Motion Capture Experience PHILADELPHIA, PA (December 2019) — After major success this past summer, Photo Pop Philly is back this holiday season! The first ever holiday installment of the pop-up opened in November and includes more interactive art than ever before. Photo Pop is ready for guests to immerse themselves in the joyful enchantment of Winter Wonderland. Over 15 local Philadelphia artists, some new and some returning, have presented ideas of what “Winter Wonderland” means to them in the exhibit which includes over 30 installations and murals. Photo Pop Philly proudly announced its newest partner, the Phillies,... Read more →

A Shepherd Visits The Infant Jesus

A Nativity Scene was erected in a church yard. An abandoned dog was looking for a comfortable, protected place to sleep. He chose baby Jesus as his comfort. No one had the heart to send him away all night. We should all have the good sense of this dog and curl up in Jesus' lap from time to time. This is too sweet not to share. No one mentioned that the dog breed is a "shepherd!" ( Catholic Study Fellowship) submitted by former Gloucester City resident Nancy F. Read more →

AG Bill Barr Blasts ‘Completely Irresponsible Press,’

Hits FBI For ‘Gross Abuses’ In Trump Probe CHUCK ROSSINVESTIGATIVE REPORTER Attorney General William Barr blasted the “completely irresponsible press” Tuesday as well as the FBI for their respective roles in pushing the debunked theory that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government in 2016. Barr said in an interview with NBC News he disagreed with a Justice Department inspector general’s report, released Monday, that said the FBI had a legitimate rationale to open an investigation into Trump campaign associates in July 2016. Barr said he believes the FBI may have acted in “bad faith” in opening the investigation. “I... Read more →

Atlantic City Electric Gift of Energy Program

Program helps bring customers a brighter winter and holiday season MAYS LANDING, N.J. (Dec. 9, 2019) – This holiday season, Atlantic City Electric hopes to bring out the spirit of giving in local communities through its Gift of Energy program. For those looking for a last-minute holiday gift idea, Atlantic City Electric offers the Gift of Energy. From helping someone meet their energy needs to giving a gift that’s bright, literally, this program has you covered. The Gift of Energy allows anyone to purchase credits for Atlantic City Electric customers—including family and friends—that go toward their winter energy bills. The Gift... Read more →

Photo Pop Philly’s Winter Wonderland Debuts

Festive Motion Capture Installation Special Holiday-Themed Philadelphia Phillies Motion Capture Experience PHILADELPHIA, PA (December 2019) — After major success this past summer, Photo Pop Philly is back this holiday season! The first ever holiday installment of the pop-up opened in November and includes more interactive art than ever before. Photo Pop is ready for guests to immerse themselves in the joyful enchantment of Winter Wonderland. Over 15 local Philadelphia artists, some new and some returning, have presented ideas of what “Winter Wonderland” means to them in the exhibit which includes over 30 installations and murals. Photo Pop Philly proudly announced its... Read more →

Fan-Favorite Broadway Shows in 2020 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Tickets go on sale December 13 at HardRockHotelAtlanticCity.com and Ticketmaster.com or 800-745-3000 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (December 9, 2019) – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City and Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment announced today a 2020 partnership to co-present three fan-favorite Broadway shows that will take place at the Sound Waves Theatre inside the resort destination. The announcement follows a successful summer premiere of the Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier® Award-winning hit musical Jersey Boysthat will now return by popular demand to Hard Rock Atlantic City as one of three featured productions in the 2020 season. The lineup of shows also includes Jim Steinman’s... Read more →

Approval Given for Railcar Carrying Dangerous LNG to Gibbstown Port

GIBBSTOWN, NJ--(Dec. 9, 2019)--PHMSA has approved a Special Permit to Energy Transfer Solutions LLC, a New Fortress subsidiary. New Fortress is looking to build an LNG facility in Gibbstown, NJ. The permit requests authorization for transportation of liquefied natural gas (methane, refrigerated liquid) by rail tank car. This material is currently not authorized for transportation by rail tank car although materials with similar properties are authorized for transportation. Modern tank cars carry all types of liquid and gaseous commodities (image source Wikipedia). “This proposal is fracking crazy. PHMSA is going to allow a rail tank car carrying explosive LNG through our... Read more →

ICE HSI Announces 37,547 Criminal Arrests; Record-High Number

WASHINGTON – During fiscal year 2019 (FY19), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) effectively combated transnational criminal threats against the United States resulting in a record-breaking number of criminal arrests. HSI is the principal investigative component of the Department of Homeland Security with more than 9,800 employees, including over 6,700 special agents and 700 intelligence analysts, assigned to more than 210 cities throughout the U.S. as well as 78 offices in 52 countries. HSI investigates a multitude of crimes including: financial crimes, bulk cash smuggling, cybercrimes, exploitation of children and child sex tourism, weapons smuggling and export... Read more →

First of Two $100,000 Winning Tickets Sold in Little Silver

Luck Strikes Twice for Little Silver Veteran TRENTON (Dec. 9, 2019) – Julius B. of Little Silver, a retired veteran helicopter pilot in the Korean War, is a regular lottery player. Julius is no stranger to lottery prizes, having claimed a Jersey Cash 5 jackpot prize approximately ten years ago. November 27, the day before Thanksgiving, he stopped by his local retailer and picked up some tickets for that evening’s Powerball drawing, opting for the Power Play feature on his tickets. Later that holiday weekend, he scanned his tickets at the retail counter. The scanner display surprised him with good news... Read more →

6 Reasons Why Men Hire Escorts

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Dec. 10, 2019)--One of the most common reasons why men hire escorts is because they are not getting sexual satisfaction in their current relationship. However, there are other reasons, and you will be surprised that they are not all about sex. Here are some of the reasons why men hire escorts. Partners don't make them sexually satisfied Let's start first with the most popular reason, which is their partner doesn't meet their sexual needs. Men usually have high libidos, and although they love their partners, if they are not satisfied with their sex life, it could cause them to look for... Read more →

The Best CBD Gummies – Review and Buying Guide

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Dec. 10, 2019)--We, here at MarijuanaBreak, will stop at nothing to find the best CBD gummies out there. We recognize that there are a lot of great brands with top-quality products to choose from. However, in our opinion, the CBD gummies in this article represent the best CBD gummies available. What makes these CBD gummies great? Well, for starters, they are made by some of the most successful brands in the CBD industry. Also, they tick a lot of boxes when it comes to quality and purity. These brands are big believers in transparency; that’s why they provide independent third-party lab-testing... Read more →

Census Bureau has Increased Pay for Positions in Camden County

Camden City, NJ)(December 2019)-- The United States Census Bureau is continuing to recruit and hire individuals from hard-to-count communities for the 2020 Census. In response to the continued demand for workers in our area, the Bureau recently announced an increase to the minimum hourly rate for census positions in Camden County, from $16.50 to $17.50, and is paying over $20 an hour for certain positions. Some communities have historically been more difficult to count than others, including those with large populations of those living in poverty, the homeless, children, and racial and ethnic minorities. The Bureau is prioritizing hiring members of... Read more →


CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF PARTNERSHIP, PATH AND THE JERSEY CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION A poster depicting a PATH train encircled by a holiday wreath was selected as the grand-prize winner in this year’s PATH Holiday Poster contest – the 30th year the annual contest has been held as part of a vibrant partnership between PATH and the Jersey City Board of Education. The winner, sixth-grader Lawrence Ballesteros from M.S. 7, will have his artwork featured in PATH stations and in rail cars throughout the holiday season. He was selected in the 6th-8th grade category, one of three categories used to judge... Read more →

NJ Senator Declan O’Scanlon Wants Stronger Animal Cruelty Law

TRENTON, NJ --Senator Declan O’Scanlon (R-Monmouth) called for action on stricter animal cruelty laws following news that the man who left a pit bull named River in a cage to drown in the Shrewsbury River was found not guilty of attempting to kill the dog. “Something clearly needs to change when a person can leave a dog trapped in a cage to be drowned by the rising tide but not be convicted of attempting to kill that animal. It is simply barbaric,” said O’Scanlon. “While I’m glad he was found guilty of fourth-degree animal cruelty at the very least, we need... Read more →

What happens when you’re in police custody?

Gloucestercitynews.net(Dec. 10, 2019)--It may be that, unfortunately, some of us will find ourselves in police custody during our lifetime. It can be a scary experience - not only for the person involved, but for their friends and family as well. So, what can you do? This is just some of the information that you might find useful if you or a loved one has been placed under arrest. It may be helpful to you in some situations, but you may also wish to consult a lawyer before you decide on your next course of action. What is detention? This is typically... Read more →

Gray Fox Animal Hospital Gifts A Vest This Holiday Season

Veterinarians to Donate to K9 Unit Woodbury Heights, N.J.—One officer in the Woodbury PD will walk the streets a bit safer next week. Recon, a Czech Shepherd being handled by Patrolman Mitchell has just been fitted for his custom K9 Tactical Gear vest. Husband and wife veterinarians, Doctors Lee and Bernadette Spector, VMDs, will present the vest to Recon on December 11 at 12:30 p.m. on the grounds of the animal hospital. The Gray Fox staff knows how important a ballistic vest can be for the officers of the K9 unit. "We are thrilled to donate another vest to help protect... Read more →

Big second half lifts Baruch men past Raptors

​ CAMDEN, N.J. (Dec. 9, 2019) – Baruch College junior guard Adnan Bajrami scored 25 of his game-high 30 points in the second half to rally the Bearcats past Rutgers University-Camden, 71-59, in a non-conferencemen’s basketball game here Monday night. Baruch improves to 5-2 with its second straight victory, while Rutgers-Camden falls to 3-5 with its fourth consecutive loss. The Bearcats and Scarlet Raptors have played a non-conference game for three straight seasons, with Baruch winning all three games. Behind six points from sophomore forward Jake Petrik, the Scarlet Raptors raced to a quick 12-3 lead to open the game. They... Read more →