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April 6, 2020

Airspeeder: World’s First Flying Electric Car Racing Series Makes Giant Leap Forward

London, England & Adelaide, South Australia Electric flying car racing imminent as Airspeeder completes first round of funding First manned test-flights to take place in 2020. First GP season details coming soon New Technical Base established and London commercial office fully operational Race series will rapidly accelerate the development of electric flying cars Airspeeder: World’s First Flying Electric Car Racing Series Makes Giant Leap Forward “Electric flying cars are a coming reality that will liberate our cities and answer the long-term mobility challenges we face.... Read more →


Barry Granstrom of Murray, Utah and Formerly of Brooklawn; Flight Attendant, GHS Alumnus

Murray, Utah and Formerly of Brooklawn - Suddenly, On Saturday, March 28, 2020. Age 42. Loving Son of Jerry “Skip” and Barbara Granstrom (nee Carpenter). Devoted brother of Keith (Samantha) Granstrom, Casey (fiancé Jennifer Rocco), Jeffrey (Michelle) Granstrom, Brian Granstrom and Evan Granstrom (girlfriend Cory Cassell). Survived by 9 beloved nieces and nephews. Survived by many beloved aunts, uncles and cousins. Barry was a 1994 graduate of Gloucester City High School and a resident of Brooklawn. For the past 22 years, Barry pursued his career... Read more →


Drive-Up Coronavirus Testing Site Opened in Camden

Camden, NJ) – Cooper University Health Care, Virtua Health, the Camden County Freeholder Board, and Camden County Health Department have collaborated to open a new drive-up coronavirus (COVID-19) testing site in the city of Camden beginning April 1, 2020. “We are proud to work with two of our outstanding regional health systems, Cooper and Virtua, to open this new COVID-19 testing site to serve the needs of the citizens of Camden County,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “As the entire country and state continues... Read more →


FBI Warns of Money Mule Schemes Exploiting the COVID-19 Pandemic

Fraudsters are taking advantage of the uncertainty and fear surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic to steal your money, access your personal and financial information, and use you as a money mule. When criminals obtain money illegally, they have to find a way to move and hide the illicit funds. They scam other people, known as money mules, into moving this illicit money for them either through funds transfers, physical movement of cash, or through various other methods. Money mules are often targeted through online job schemes... Read more →


Runnemede Public Library Board of Trustees Conference Call Meeting April 14

RUNNEMEDE NJ (April 6, 2020)--Due to the COVID-19 situation the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Runnemede Public Library will be held as a conference call on Tuesday April 14, 2020 at 7:00pm. If you wish to participate call 856-315-0003. Use code when prompted: 4688. Kathleen Vasinda Director P.O. Box 119 Runnemede, NJ 08078 -- Runnemede Public Library (856)939-4688 www.runnemedepubliclibrary.com Library Hours Monday 10:00am-4:00pm Tuesday 12:00-8:00pm Wednesday 10:00am-4:00pm Thursday 10:00am-6:00pm Friday 10:00am-3:00pm Saturday 10:00 am-1:00 pm Sunday Closed Read more →


U.S. Spends $19 Million to Help Africa Deal with Grasshopper Problem

In the middle of a health and financial crisis that is crushing the economy and millions of American lives, the U.S. government is dedicating a mind-boggling $19 million to help Africa deal with a CNBNews files grasshopper issue. Known as locusts, the short-horned grasshoppers are reportedly invading the East African nations of Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia, qualifying the taxpayer allocation as “humanitarian assistance” that will reduce the size of the swarms and have a positive impact on affected communities throughout the Horn of Africa. At... Read more →


Wishing You Comfort and Peace

(NAPSI)—While experiencing the loss of a loved one is always difficult, these days in the environment of social distancing due to COVID-19, it can be particularly so. If someone you care about is mourning, it’s still the time to connect to family, friends and co-workers. While many people are adapting to new everyday routines, the etiquette of expressing sympathy by and large has not changed. What You Can Do Here are a few helpful tips from the experts at 1-800-Flowers.com: •Even if you don’t know... Read more →


Pennsylvania Hoping Online Gaming will Soften Blow

of Lost Revenue from Casino Shutdown By Steve Bittenbender | The Center Square The Sands hotel and casino is seen in Bethlehem, Pa. Andy Borysowski | Shutterstock.com (The Center Square) – Two weeks ago on Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board ordered all the land-based casinos in the state to shut down as part of the effort to control the spread of COVID-19. While most other states that rely on gaming taxes for revenue are taking a massive hit as the coronavirus pandemic has forced... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Love and Gratitude

Dear Colleague and Friend, We’re facing challenging times right now — every single one of us. And our industry is being greatly impacted. But in these toughest of times, we also recognize that we have a lot to be grateful for – including the people who will lead us to the brighter days ahead. GIVING THANKS “Last week, I asked VISIT PHILADELPHIA to develop a series of public service announcements, on behalf of our city, to thank the extraordinary Philadelphians on the front lines of... Read more →


Face of Defense: CG oversees disembarkation of 250,000 from cruise ships Zaandam and Rotterdam

Photo by Chief Petty Officer Charly Hengen U.S. Coast Guard District 7 A Coast Guard Station Miami Beach boat crew escorts the cruise ship Costa Favolosa cruise ship tender to shore March 30, 2020. The Coast Guard has been assisting in escorting cruise ships and cruise ship tenders in and out of the Ports of Miami and Everglades. U.S. Coast Guard photo. WASHINGTON (March 30, 2020)--– The cruise ships Zaandam and Rotterdam offloaded more than 1,200 passengers in Port Everglades, Fla. These developments, combined with... Read more →


CNB Opinion: A Change is Needed, and Needed Fast

"If this government-ordered shutdown continues for much more than another week or two, the human cost of job losses and bankruptcies will exceed what most Americans imagine." ~Wall Street Journal Op-Ed William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Editor What this Coronavirus Pandemic is doing to the United States of America is beyond belief. Never in recent memory has anything like this happened in our country. If someone had told you in January that the government would... Stop you from going to work Force you to... Read more →


Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources Statement on COVID 19 PANDEMIC

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources released the following statement regarding COVID 19 PANDEMIC None of us has ever experienced anything like the COVID 19 pandemic, and we must focus on the safety of ourselves, our families and the safety of others. We are all in this together. Governor Hogan has issued a Stay at Home Order in response to the global COVID-19 public health crisis. While there are certain exceptions for essential functions, the primary intent of the order is for people to stay... Read more →


Make Positive Use of Your Time at Home!

Real Happiness For You Lawrence J. Danks Assistant Professor of Business - Camden County College, NJ Author: It's a Matter of Life and Death - Growing Up in a Funeral Home and What I Learned Since (Available as an Amazon Paperback or E-book) "Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions. " - The Dalai Lama Finding Happiness Truly happy people can be more effective people. No matter what your current situation is, using the principles of positive psychology , management... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': Signs

Dawn O Watson/CNBNews Contributor The other day I saw a neighbor putting a piece of paper on the windshield of my truck. Curious, I waited until she’d gone back inside and nonchalantly walked over to see what she’d written. I was excited, thinking it was an invitation to a party! Or perhaps the neighborhood was having a scavenger hunt I wasn’t aware of and this was her way of letting me know! Much to my disappointment it was a note that said, “Parking on this... Read more →


27th Street to Close in Camden City for Overhaul

(Lindenwold, NJ) – Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr., has been notified by NJ American Water that crews will be installing a water main on 27th Street in Camden beginning Friday, April 3. The project is expected to require the complete closure of 27th Street between Marlton Pike and the three-way intersection of 27th Street, Baird Boulevard, and Federal Street. “This is the beginning of a long-overdue rehabilitation for 27th Street,” Cappelli said. “These critical repairs and improvements are continuing at this time, and any residents... Read more →


Vacation Home Owners Not Welcome in Shore Communities

LOWER TOWNSHIP MAYOR, FRANK SIPPEL SHARES AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE There are several new developments in Lower Township that I would like everyone to be aware of. We have asked those that have second homes in our area, please do not visit the area at this time and increase the spread of the coronavirus. We have notified all campgrounds in the township that they are not permitted to open until further notice. In addition, we have just enacted a resolution that prohibits the rental of online... Read more →


April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ --April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and with the COVID-19 Pandemic we face new challenges. Raising children can be stressful and parents need emotional, economic, social support and education. These trying times can be a lot on a parents and children who are at risk for abuse need to be the main focus. Here at #GTPD we plant our “Pinwheels for Prevention” to raise awareness and share resources from www.PreventChildAbuseNJ.org Every child deserves a great childhood!! Today, April 3rd is #WearBlueDay, so... Read more →


Blackjack Bankroll Management Strategy

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(April 6, 2020)--Most Blackjack players have knowledge of the basic strategy but still, somehow fail to optimize their payouts and achieve the desired results. This is because they don’t employ a sound bankroll management system, which leads to huge losses in the long run. Along with a solid knowledge of the game and a good strategy, it’s important to set clear loss limits and win goals and be able to manage your bankroll successfully. Read on to know more about bankroll management in Blackjack. How... Read more →


Moore College of Art & Design's Dean's List Includes Students from NJ

Fall 2019 Dean's List PHILADELPHIA, PA (04/02/2020)-- The following local students have been named to Moore College of Art & Design's Dean's List for the Fall 2019 semester: Cyanne Alvelo, of Camden (08109), an Illustration major. Annais Delgado, of Turnersville (08012), a Graphic Design major. Deanna Emmons, of Wrightstown (08562), a Curatorial Studies major. Melissa Evans, of Mays Landing (08330), an Animation & Game Arts major. Seven Franklin, of Blackwood (08012), an Illustration major. Izabel Garcillano, of Vineland (08361), an Animation & Game Arts major.... Read more →


CYBER ACTORS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF COVID-19

TO EXPLOIT INCREASED USE OF VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS The FBI anticipates cyber actors will exploit increased use of virtual environments by government agencies, the private sector, private organizations, and individuals as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Computer systems and virtual environments provide essential communication services for telework and education, in addition to conducting regular business. Cyber actors exploit vulnerabilities in these systems to steal sensitive information, target individuals and businesses performing financial transactions, and engage in extortion. As of March 30 2020, the FBI's Internet... Read more →