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January 27, 2020

NEST Integrated Facilities Management Names Shannon Puckett Chief Operating Officer

GLOUCESTER, NEW JERSEY—January 27, 2020—NEST, the leader in integrated facilities management and technology solutions serving enterprises in the United States and Canada, has announced the addition of Shannon Puckett to their executive suite as Chief Operating Officer. In her new role, Puckett will oversee NEST’s network of over 26,000 independent service providers (ISPs), ensure their compliance to local and national requirements and manage quality assurance, product sourcing and service execution. “We’re thrilled to have a veteran leader like Shannon joining the NEST family,” said Rob... Read more →


Julie Roginsky sat down with Star-Ledger columnist Tom Moran to share her experience working on Gov. Phil Murphy's gubernatorial campaign. A political strategist, Roginsky sued Fox News over a sexual harassment complaint against Roger Ailes. She alleges that the workplace environment during Murphy's bid for governor — led by campaign manager Brendan Gills — was "toxic." She says she was called the c-word. The governor's office was also the focus of a legislative committee investigation fueled by Katie Brennan's sexual assault allegation. Former Murphy administration... Read more →

Nominations Open for 2020 New Good Neighbor Awards

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association and New Jersey Business magazine are seeking nominations for the 60th Annual New Good Neighbor Awards that honor outstanding economic development projects in New Jersey. "New Good Neighbor Awards recognize the visionary architects, builders and financing professionals who turn exciting ideas into reality and make New Jersey a better place to live and do business," said NJBIA President & CEO Michele N. Siekerka, Esq. "This competition showcases the best of the best who invest in communities, create jobs,... Read more →

Brandywine Zoo Madagascar exhibit will house endangered lemurs, tortoises

WILMINGTON (Jan. 27, 2019) – The DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation Brandywine Zoo broke ground last week on its Madagascar Exhibit, an outdoor space that will soon be home to several new animals. The newcomers will include the Radiated Tortoise, and three species of lemurs: the Black and White Ruffed, Ring-Tailed and Crowned. The Madagascar Exhibit is part of the Brandywine Zoo’s recently approved Master Plan and will be the largest capital improvement in the zoo’s history. The Master Plan focuses on improved animal... Read more →

NJPP: Public Charge Rule is a Discriminatory Income Test

Earlier today the U.S. Supreme Court voted 5-4 to allow the Trump administration’s “public charge” rule change to take effect. The new rule makes it more difficult for immigrant families to obtain legal permanent residence if they have used, or are deemed likely to use, public health benefits. In response to the Supreme Court’s decision, NJPP releases the following statement: Erika Nava, Policy Analyst, New Jersey Policy Perspective: “The Supreme Court decision is a devastating blow to working-class immigrant families in search of the American... Read more →

Edward D. Brynan, III, of Audubon, formerly of Glendora

Devoted father of Katie Epifano (Steven), Ashley Strain (Joseph) and Jillian Greer (Matthew). Loving Pop Pop of Bryson, Brianna, Zoey, Mason, Elianna and Brynnlee. Beloved companion of Janet Brinkman. Dear cousin of Betty-Jo Zeno. Ed was a member of the Metal Detector Club and a member of the NRA. There will be a viewing from 9 to 11am Friday morning at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Service 11am at the funeral home. Interment Hillcrest Memorial Park, Hurffville. Donations may be made in Ed’s memory to... Read more →

New Jersey American Water Accepting Applications for 2020 Environmental Grant Program

Qualified organizations encouraged to apply by March 31, 2020 CAMDEN CITY, N.J. – JAN. 27, 2020 – New Jersey American Water is accepting applications for green project funding through its Environmental Grant Program. The program offers grants of $1,000 to $10,000 for qualifying innovative, community-based environmental projects that improve, restore or protect watersheds, surface water and/or groundwater supplies throughout the company’s service areas. “We are committed to providing clean, safe, and reliable water to our customers, and part of that responsibility includes protecting our water... Read more →

Books, Balls, & Blocks: Building Hearts and Minds

CAMDEN CITY, NJ --Sponsored by the Camden County Department of Children’s Services and in collaboration with the Southern NJ Perinatal Cooperative and the Early Learning Network, Building Hearts and Minds is a free, fun event to track your child’s developmental milestones! Learn about how your child talks, plays, learns, and interacts with their world. Event will take place on February 8th from 10 AM to 1PM at the Early Learning Network at Center For Family Services in Camden City. To register, contact the Camden County... Read more →

Transgender State Workers Sue Florida Demanding Support for Sex-Change Surgeries

Tom Fitton JudicialWatch.org Around the country, and now in Florida, “transgender” activists are demanding all of us to pay for their sex-change surgeries. Corruption Chronicles has the details: CNBNews graphics In what appears to be a growing national trend, another public enterprise is being sued for failing to pay for transgenders’ costly sex-change surgery. The plaintiffs in this latest case are two veteran state workers—both men—in Florida who allege sex discrimination because the state’s insurance policy doesn’t cover surgical procedures to help make them women.... Read more →

A. Lane Eastwick, of Gloucester City, Active Member of The H.P. Church of God

A. Lane Eastwick Surrounded by his loving family at home, passed away peacefully on January 23, 2020, at age 80. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband and best friend of 37 years to Dorothy M. Eastwick. (nee Jones). Loving father of Tracy, the late Joseph, Lane, late Frank, Donna (Jeff) and Shelly. Cherished grandfather of Jamie, Joey, Ronnie, Allison, Samantha, Chelsea, Frank Jr., Jeffery, Josh, Jenna, Angie, Stephanie and Brad and great-grandfather of Chucky, Jaden, Jaxson, Deklyn, Gavin and Amelia. Beloved brother of James Eastwick, William... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': I'm Around

Dawn Watson/CNBNews Contributor I don’t mind being fat. Chubbiness runs in my family. Well, it doesn’t run exactly. It saunters casually. No one in our family is actually obese, mind you—we’re just on the way up or on the way down, weight-wise. I count calories in between Oreo binges. While that isn’t the healthiest way to eat, those extra pounds keep me from breaking a hip when I fall on the ice. I just sort-of bounce on the sidewalk a few times. Then, I crawl... Read more →

What Microsoft 98-349 Exam Objectives Should You Master to Become a Certified Specialist? Practice Tests Know the Answer!

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(January 27, 2020)--Microsoft offers a wide range of certifications and exams for the IT professionals. By doing so, it contributes tremendously to the growth of the IT industry. Actually, Microsoft is a giant in it. This is evident from the fact that about 80 percent of computers all over the world are running on its operating system. That is why a specialist with the credential of this vendor will be in-demand in many organizations worldwide. Microsoft 98-349, or Windows OS Fundamentals, is the recommended starting... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Arrested 7 People During Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ--During the past holiday season, The Gloucester Township Police Department (GTPD) partnered with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and participated in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Year End Holiday Crackdown. Between December 6, 2019 and January 1, 2020 GTPD increased proactive enforcement operations utilizing marked and unmarked patrols designed to combat instances of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) due to drugs and alcohol. As a result of these enhanced efforts, GTPD showed zero tolerance for impaired driving, arresting 7... Read more →

Which countries allow online gambling casino

Gloucestercitynews.net (January 27, 2020)--If your country allows gambling in casinos, then lucky for you since you have a way of making money at the comfort of your home. Some countries do not allow online gambling, and therefore, if you are caught playing casino games in such countries, you will be charged according to the law. Therefore, before you embark on your online gambling, it is necessary to find out whether the country in which the casino is based allows gambling. In this article, I have... Read more →

Pleasantville Woman Pleads Guilty to Fatal Stabbing

MAYS LANDING- A Pleasantville woman has pleaded guilty in connection to the fatal stabbing of an Atlantic City woman, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. Rollie Ellis, 30, pleaded guilty this morning to first degree aggravated manslaughter N.J.S. 2C:11-4(a)- 20 NERA (for the death of Jennifer Rodriguez) and second degree aggravated assault N.J.S. 2C:12-1(b)(1) – 7 NERA (for stabbing Raphy Rodriguez), before Judge DeLury. On April 11, 2018, at approximately 6:35 a.m., Raphy Rodriguez, 34, and his wife Jennifer Rodriguez, 34, were in their... Read more →

Susan P Burton, of Oaklyn, Accomplished Musician, Pianist

Home is where your treasure is. There, your heart will be also. Susan P. Burton (nee Watkins) was in fact a “homebody”. She was welcoming, compassionate and would talk with ya, but was opinionated. She stuck to her guns in a lovable demeanor and was an animal lover at heart. Sue was, truly, a thunderstorm wrapped in beauty, looking to be felt and understood in a world that loves sunny days. On Sunday January 19th, 2020 Sue’s soul was painted like the wings of butterflies.... Read more →