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March 26, 2020

Hirsh Singh Wins Cumberland and Atlantic Counties!

Linwood, NJ — Conservative U.S. Senate candidate Hirsh Singh continued to demonstrate his overwhelming support in the most Republican areas of New Jersey by winning the endorsement of the Republican Party organizations of Cumberland County and Atlantic County. Singh's win comes on the back of his wins in Ocean County and Cape May County, and momentum is now solidly on his side. An analysis of Hirsh Singh's support base clearly shows that all his support is from committed Republicans who represent their constituents while his... Read more →

PATCO Announces Temporary Station Closures

The changes support slowing spread of COVID-19, protect PATCO riders & employees and are necessary to sustain the continuity of services LINDENWOLD, NJ - The health and safety of our customers and employees is our highest priority. As the situation concerning COVID-19 continues to unfold, PATCO is monitoring and adjusting service as needed in order to promote the health and safety of its customers and employees. The adjustments meet the demands of current ridership and are necessary in order to sustain the continuity of service... Read more →

Bloomsburg University Names 2019-20 Scholar-Athletes from NJ

BLOOMSBURG, PA (03/26/2020)-- Bloomsburg University honored 147 student-athletes as 2019-20 Bloomsburg University Scholar-Athletes. A luncheon honoring their achiev ements was held Wednesday, Mar. 4, in the Kehr Union ballroom on campus. The student-athletes honored achieved a grade point average of 3.25 or higher over the past two semesters and/or have a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher and were at least a sophomore academically. In addition to the 147 student-athletes, 45 freshman or transfer students were also honored for achieving a 3.25 GPA... Read more →

Julia Ann “Sheila”  Kenney of Gloucester City; Bartender at Vincent's Mansion House and Bayer's Tavern

Gloucester City – On March 24, 2020. Age 61. (nee McDonald) Loving wife of 20 years to Kevin Kenney. Loving mother of Siobhan Cianfrani (Brian). Cherished mom-mom of Cassiday, Luci and Elijah. Beloved daughter of Mary McDonald and the late Hugh McDonald. Beloved step-mom of Kevin T. Kenney (Hanna) and Brittany L. Kenney. Dear sister of Moria Dillon (Martin), Thomas McDonald, Seamus McDonald and Joseph McDonald (Nuala). Predeceased by her sister, Breda Hill and her brother, Michael McDonald. Beloved daughter-in-law of Rosemary Kenney and sister-in-law... Read more →

Mount Laurel Man Pleads Guilty to Possessing Child Pornography

Mt. Holly, NJ--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 29-year-old Mount Laurel man has pled guilty to possessing child pornography. Under an agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office, Robert J. Dwyer, of Hollowell Way, will serve three years in New Jersey state prison in exchange for pleading guilty to one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. The plea was entered March 11 in Superior Court in Mount Holly before the Hon. Jeanne T. Covert, A.J.S.C., who scheduled sentencing for June 24. The investigation... Read more →

Task Force Launches CoverAid PHL Initiative to Combat Shortage of COVID-19 Supplies

for Healthcare Professionals PHILADELPHIA, PA (March 2020) - CoverAid PHL is a coalition of representatives from hospitals, universities, manufacturers, government, and small businesses collaborating on solutions for personal protective equipment (PPE) needs for healthcare professionals. Coming together to form this initiative started as a swift response to protecting our healthcare workers during the overwhelming threat (and lack of supplies) from the Coronavirus Pandemic. This project has also become a positive and productive way to cope and empower its organizers during uncertain times. CoverAid PHL started... Read more →

Phone Accessories You Need When You Travel

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(March 26, 2020)--Most people adore traveling. It’s an amazing opportunity to see beautiful places, meet interesting people and learn a lot about our planet. A pleasant journey awakens positive emotions and creates a memory that will last with us forever. Of course, you should take care of the stuff you’re going to take with you. There are multiple supplies, which are necessary for travelers that ensure their safety and comfort. The best way to buy all the traveling items is to go online shopping. For... Read more →

Coronavirus March 26 Update for Camden County

(Gloucester Township, NJ) (March 26, 2020)--–The Camden County Department of Health is announcing 11 additional positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) identified in Camden County on Wednesday late afternoon. Trace investigations are being facilitated with the patients and remains ongoing. “Today we saw a small decline in the number of positive cases coming in, but we are in no way out of the woods with this virus,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “This is the time for us as a community to continue to... Read more →

DRPA Bridges Go Cashless Starting Today

All traffic is directed to use E-ZPass lanes. No cash is accepted. No collectors are in the lanes. Keep moving in E-ZPass lanes- do not stop. Vehicles without E-ZPass will receive an invoice in the mail. In a further effort to reduce human-to-human contact and help limit the spread of COVID-19, the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) initiated all-electronic (cashless) starting today at 6 a.m. until further notice. All motorists crossing the Ben Franklin, Walt Whitman, Betsy Ross, and Commodore Barry Bridges will be directed... Read more →


Pope Francis (courtesy of The Irish Times) PHILADELPHIA, PA (March 26, 2020)--In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Pope Francis invites Catholics around the world to participate remotely in a prayer service that will be streamed live from Saint Peters Square to https://www.vaticannews.va/en.html on Friday, March 27th. Pope Francis will give the extraordinary Urbi et Orbi Blessing with the opportunity for participants to receive a plenary indulgence. The Urbi et Orbi, meaning "to the City and the World," is a blessing usually delivered by the... Read more →

Custom Software Development Service: Your Key to Success

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(March 26, 2020)--High-quality software is an essential element of any business success. Much depends on who you entrust the development of software to. Only experienced and well-educated specialists can create a good product that will correspond to the goals of your business. Choosing GNS-IT software development services you can be 100% sure that your personal needs and wants will be taken into account. App custom software development is the main focus of GNS-IT team. The best-qualified specialists implement projects of varying degrees of complexity and... Read more →

Dear Friends of Cooper:“Look for the helpers. You can always find people who are helping.”– Fred RogersDuring this extraordinary time, it’s easy to feel anxious and helpless. However, we have seen the people of New Jersey come together in times of

“Look for the helpers. You can always find people who are helping.” – Fred Rogers During this extraordinary time, it’s easy to feel anxious and helpless. However, we have seen the people of New Jersey come together in times of crisis – and this time is no different. Many of you have already reached out asking how you can help support the efforts of front-line healthcare professionals at Cooper University Health Care – and we cannot thank you enough. To assist in these efforts, George... Read more →

Has the U.S. Coronavirus Recession Begun?

By John Haughey | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The U.S., and Florida in particular, already is in a recession and will see a nearly 20 percent decline in its gross domestic product for the fiscal quarter beginning April 1, a Massachusetts real estate data analytics firm predicts. Cambridge-based StratoDem Analytics forecasts a Q2 national GDP drop of 18.1 percent because of coronavirus-related shutdowns between April 1-June 30 – the sharpest quarterly downturn in GDP modeling history. The firm projects the impacts of... Read more →

Officer Down: Trooper Justin R. Schaffer, Struck and Killed by Fleeing Vehicle

Trooper Justin R. Schaffer Washington State Patrol, Washington End of Watch Tuesday, March 24, 2020 WASHINGTON STATE--Trooper Justin Schaffer, age 28, was struck and killed by a fleeing vehicle while attempting to deploy stop sticks during a vehicle pursuit along I-5 in Chehalis. The suspect driving the vehicle had stolen an item from a convenience store in Lacey the previous day. The man had threatened the clerk with a stun gun and threatened to run him over. Thurston County deputies spotted the truck the following... Read more →

27 Pennsylvania Businesses Warned to Comply with Coronavirus Shutdown

By Christen Smith | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday that troopers warned more than two dozen businesses to shut down in compliance with the governor’s mandate issued last week. Col. Robert Evanchick said the warnings came during the first day of statewide enforcement. Only two regions – comprising Clearfield, Clarion, Forest, Elk and Jefferson counties in the northwest and Bradford, Sullivan, Wyoming and most of Luzerne counties in the northeast – showed 100 percent compliance. "As expected,... Read more →


FEAR OF BEING LEFT BEHIND BY CONGRESS AS COVID-19 GRINDS INDUSTRY TO A HALT COVID-19 Relief Bills Leave Behind Nation’s 11 Million Construction Workers and Their Families Newark, NJ – COVID-19 has decimated the U.S. construction industry, and Congress has done little to stop it or to provide relief for workers in this major jobs sector, a leading international building trade union charged Monday. Although construction is the 6th largest U.S. employment sector – larger than the transportation, financial, and information sectors – the needs... Read more →

Atlantic City Expressway Suspends Cash Collections at All Toll Plazas

The South Jersey Transportation Authority has suspended cash collections at all toll locations on the Atlantic City Expressway as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19. All tolls will be collected electronically or with coins in all exact change lanes. For drivers having an E-ZPass tag in their vehicle, the process will not change. The equipment in the lane will read the E-ZPass tag, and the cost of the toll will be deducted from the balance in the account, as usual. For drivers not having... Read more →


Forcing gun stores to close, Gov. Murphy gibes gun owner: March 25, 2020 Alex "Alejandro" Roubian New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy came out with Executive Order 107 closing all businesses, except those that he believed were essential. Not surprisingly, he did not consider gun stores and ranges “essential” and forced them to close. His arrogance shines when NJ2AS President and Managing Editor, Alex “Alejandro” Roubian asked him why he did not consider this essential. Help support our lawsuit to overturn Governor Murphy’s unconstitutional closure of... Read more →

Investors Bank Operations Under COVID-19 Restrictions

SHORT HILLS, NJ – Investors Bank has announced that it remains committed to serving the banking needs of its customers during this critical time – for however long it lasts, and is making every effort to quell the spread of COVID-19. Most in-branch services at Investors will be conducted by appointment only. Drive-thru operations and ATM service, where available, will continue with amended hours. “These are unprecedented times,” said Investors Bank Chairman and CEO Kevin Cummings. “Our culture and reputation as a bank that cares... Read more →

A Message from Gloucester Township Police Chief David Harkins

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ --Spring has arrived! I am sure that no one expected to celebrate spring with a “No Travel Order” but these are unprecedented times. That is what we are experiencing with this COVID-19 National Crisis. The men and women of the Gloucester Township Police Department are adjusting our operations and continue to prepare for the public safety concerns of our community during this crisis. I am proud to say that our officers, dispatchers, and staff have stepped up to the challenge. We have... Read more →


Gloucestercitynews.net (March 26, 2020)--One of the hardest things to get alongside a used car is your peace of mind. Getting a used car usually comes with a lot of apprehension and suspicion, especially when you are getting them at Apex. Accountability, fidelity, and reliability have unfortunately become a luxury when it comes to the task of getting used cars. A NEW ERA IN THE USED CARS BUSINESS Apex imports have set out to introduce a new era in the purchase of used cars in Apex.... Read more →

Service Nonprofits Indicate Readiness to Meeting Needs of Communities they Serve

Fifty-nine Percent Pulse Survey Respondents Indicate Preparedness to Maintaining Core Offerings WASHINGTON, D.C., March 25, 2020 – 53% of mission-driven organizations in communities around the nation, some providing essential support to society’s most vulnerable, say they are able to maintain service delivery in the face of COVID-19. Nonprofit HR surveyed its community of social impact organizations across America to help gauge where they stand regarding their response plans to the coronavirus pandemic. Questions on the pulse survey, to which 165 organizations answered, focused on business... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing NJ: Spring turkey permits not claimed on Sale March 30

Spring turkey permits not claimed in the lottery and for all Areas and Periods go on sale Monday, March 30 at 10:00 a.m. Permits will be available online and at license agents (most are closed so call first). Hunters should check the Permit Availability Chart - there is no need to log in as soon as sales open if a large number of permits for the Area/Period you want are available. All hunters are encouraged to log into the license website NOW to become familiar... Read more →