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March 28, 2020

COVID-19 Cases in Cape May County Increase to 10

March 28, 2020 Cape May Court House- New Jersey has become the second leading state in the nation with 8,825 total COVID-19 cases and 108 deaths. Today, Cape May County’s total has increased by one case, a 12-year-old female who is recovering at her residence, bringing the county to a total of 10 cases . MUNICIPALITY NUMBER Covid 19 Cases AVALON 1 CAPE MAY CITY 2 CAPE MAY POINT 0 DENNIS TOWNSHIP 0 LOWER TOWNSHIP 1 MIDDLE TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH WILDWOOD 0 OCEAN CITY 1... Read more →


Gloucester County Reports A Total of 56 Cases COVID 19 ; 1st Fatality

The Gloucester County Department of Health and Human Services and Office of Emergency Management have announced 14 more positive COVID-19 cases in Gloucester County on Saturday morning, March 28th. The county announced its first fatality on Friday. This brings Gloucester County’s total positive COVID-19 cases to 56. The 43rd case is a 45-year-old male from Clayton. The 44th case is a 64-year-old male from Deptford. The 45th case is a 12-year-old male from Monroe Township. The 46th case is a 76-year-old female from Franklin Township.... Read more →


New Data Reveals Increase in Coronavirus Cases in Camden County and In NJ

Gloucester Township, NJ) –The Camden County Department of Health is announcing 21 additional positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) identified in Camden County. Trace investigations are being facilitated with the patients and remain ongoing. “While resources become more available from our three major county-based healthcare facilities, we continue to see a steady stream of confirmed positive tests for the novel coronavirus. Again, I believe, considering the delay in getting testing into the county and the state, that these numbers will continue to grow based on... Read more →


Maryland 3-25 Fishing Report

March 25, 2020 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Mason Bair went fishing with family and caught this large red-ear sunfish. Photo by Zack Stough A lot of people find themselves with extra time on their hands. We encourage anglers to take advantage of the incredible fishing opportunities Maryland has to offer, provided everyone practices social distancing, avoids crowded areas, and minimizes social interaction. This is an especially good time to safely take youngsters out of the house to enjoy some fishing together,... Read more →


Meals Available for Senior Citizens in Camden County

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Camden County Division of Senior and Disabled Services is prepared to ensure that no senior goes hungry during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. All residents previously enrolled in the Camden County Nutrition Program have automatically begun receiving home-delivery of meals this week, and seniors in need of meals – for any reason – can call the Division at (856) 374-MEAL to make immediate arrangements. The Division is continuing to secure emergency supplies and resources which will enable meal delivery for the... Read more →


New Jersey American Water Invests $563,000 in Mount Holly and Westampton Infrastructure 

CAMDEN, N.J. – MAR. 27, 2020 – New Jersey American Water will replace approximately 2,400 feet of aging 6-inch water main beginning this week. The company will upgrade the aging water lines, installed as far back as the 1950s, with new 8-inch and 12-inch ductile iron main along Smith Lane from Woodpecker Lane in Mount Holly to Burlington-Mt Holly Road in Westampton. The project also includes replacing five fire hydrants and 55 utility-owned service lines along the pipeline route. This $563,000 investment will continue to... Read more →


(Video) Murphy Says Only Government Should Have Guns

March 26, 2020 Alex "Alejandro" Roubian We always knew the argument from NJ politicians was nonsense – “they hate guns!” — this is PATENTLY untrue. Statists LOVE guns, as long as they are in the hands of the GOVERNMENT. Governor Murphy has made that sentiment abundantly clear in this stunning press conference. Watch NJ2AS President Alejandro Roubian confront Governor Murphy regarding his executive orders closing all state background checks and gun stores. You won’t believe his flippant response in this now viral video that is... Read more →


During COVID-19 Outbreak ICE Air flying home US citizens from Central America

WASHINGTON – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), working with the U.S. Department of State, has brought home a total of 209 United States citizens on the return leg of two removal flights via ICE Air Operations. U.S. citizens occupied the Space Available seats on flights to the United States from Honduras and El Salvador. ICE removed Honduran nationals with final orders of removal from the United States to their home country on March 22, and Salvadoran nationals on March 24. On the return flight... Read more →


PET FOR ADOPTION: MEET GIGI

Gigi Siberian Husky Adult Female SEE MORE PETS HERE Available for Adoption Matawan, NJ 674 miles away Organization Contact Info: Husky House 391 Rt 34 Matawan, NJ 07747 Huskyhouseinc@gmail.com http://huskyhouse.org Meet Gigi! Doing well in her foster home, Gigi is still looking for her loving forever home. She is very sweet and gets along well with other dogs. She is also crate trained. Please no homes with small animals or cats. Interested in adopting Gigi? Please visit www.huskyhouse.org today to fill out an application. More... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: The Overweight Dog

Dawn O Watson/CNBNews Contributor Some folks tend to over-feed their pets, especially those that have been rescued from a neglectful background. Generally, adult dogs should be fed twice a day. Under normal circumstances a meat-and-plant based diet is ideal. According to the VCA (Veterinary Centers of America) dogs’ diets need to include the essential vitamins and amino acids found in many high-end dry dog foods. Whether to supplement dry food with meat and/or vegetables is a matter of debate. You can research on-line and find... Read more →


GOOD NEWS FOR Small Businesses in Pennsylvania

(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday a new relief fund for small businesses struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. The $100 million COVID-19 Working Capital Access Program (CWCA) will provide loans up to $100,000 for businesses with 100 or fewer full-time employees. “My top priority is to save Pennsylvania lives, then save their livelihoods,” Wolf said. “I am utilizing every resource available to assist Pennsylvania’s business during this incredibly difficult time, and this small business funding availability is a step in the... Read more →


New Jersey Residents Alleged Price Gouging

By Joe Chen | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Since New Jersey's price gouging laws came into effect when the state entered a State of Emergency on March 9, the state has received a flood of complaints regarding excessive pricing on items such as surgical masks, gloves, and sanitizing products. “To date, our Division of Consumer Affairs (DCA) has received over 1,400 COVID-19 related complaints concerning some 900 distinct business locations across New Jersey," Gurbir Grewal, attorney general, said at a coronavirus briefing... Read more →


New Date Announced for PA Primary Election

By Christen Smith | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Pennsylvania lawmakers unanimously agreed Wednesday to delay the state’s April 28 primary election until June 2 amid the coronavirus pandemic. Senate Bill 422 moved quickly between the chambers before winding up on Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk Wednesday evening. The governor told reporters earlier in the day he would sign it. “Every Pennsylvanian is making sacrifices to try and slow the spread of COVID-19, and an Election Day has many moving parts that take weeks... Read more →


Atlantic City Electric Warns Customers About Utility Scammers During COVID-19 Pandemic

MAYS LANDING N.J. (March 26, 2020) – With New Jersey and the world experiencing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Atlantic City Electric is reminding customers to always be on alert for potential scams targeting energy customers. Scams occur throughout the year, but the company has seen an increase in scam attempts with scammers using this health crisis to take advantage of energy customers throughout the United States. The company has received reports that scammers are threatening to shut service off, and also are offering... Read more →


Non-Profit Organization Connects People to Vital Life-Sustaining Services

Norwescap Continues to Provide Vital Services to Communities during Pandemic Phillipsburg, NJ, March 26, 2020- Norwescap, a non-profit serving Northwest NJ, is on the forefront of providing the public with emergency services during the Corvid19 pandemic. The virus has impacted households across the U.S. with many individuals and families finding themselves short of resources. Many individuals and families in need are struggling to find basic necessities including diapers and perishables and the number of individuals who need assistance is growing rapidly as unemployment is rising.... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: US’s only heavy icebreaker returns home following 123-day Antarctic

Treaty inspection and resupply mission This mission marks the Polar Star’s 23rd journey to Antarctica in support of Operation Deep Freeze, an annual joint military service mission to resupply the United States Antarctic stations, in support of the National Science Foundation – the lead agency for the United States Antarctic Program. This year also marks the 63rd iteration of the annual operation.SEATTLE — The 150-member crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star returned Wednesday to their homeport of Seattle following a 123-day deployment... Read more →


The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Inducts New Members from New Jersey

BATON ROUGE, LA (03/26/2020)-- The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Dominic Van Blarcom of Berlin (08009) at Pennsylvania State University Stephanie Martinez of Burlington (08016) at Widener University Isabella Badolato of Marlton (08053) at Widener University Rebecca McQuade of Medford (08055) at Widener University Ann Sneddon of Mount Laurel (08054) at Widener University Dante Enos of Sewell (08080) at Ithaca College Jessica Iannucci of... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Trump Uses Coronavirus to Let Polluters Violate Laws At Will

Jeff Tittel, NJ Sierra Club The EPA issued a suspension of its enforcement of environmental laws, telling companies they would not need to meet environmental standards during the coronavirus outbreak. The temporary policy, for which EPA has set no end date, would allow any number of industries to skirt environmental laws, with the agency say it will not “seek penalties for noncompliance with routine monitoring and reporting obligations.” “Trump’s EPA is putting our public health in danger by using the coronavirus as an excuse to... Read more →