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May 13, 2020

Joseph Eldridge, age 81, formerly of Jersey City

On April 23, 2020. Age 81. Born in Queens, NY. Formerly of Jersey City, NJ. Predeceased by his parents, Joseph and Elizabeth. Joseph's interment will be private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Joseph Eldridge. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Gloucester City. Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

Philip Calvin Hayes, age 69, formerly of Willingboro

On May 10, 2020. Age 69. Formerly of Willingboro. Born in Lancaster, PA on October 16, 1950 to the late Edwin C. and Orpha Hayes (nee Eshleman). Survived by his sister, Sara Doster. Predeceased by his twin brother, Paul. Philip will be interred privately with his late brother in the West Green Tree Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Elizabethtown, PA. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Philip C. Hayes. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries may be made through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL... Read more →

Constance R. Wilke, age 76 of Gloucester City; Retired Bellmawr School Teacher

Gloucester City – On May 7, 2020. Age 76. (nee Wojtkowiak). Loving wife of 42 years to the late Alvin F. Wilke, Jr. Beloved mother of Joseph A. Wilke and Suzanne R. McNally. Cherished grandmother of Alexander and Elysia McNally. Beloved sister of Matthew S. Wojtkowiak (Diane) and Regina Marie Butterworth (John). Connie was a lifelong parishioner of St. Joseph’s Church in Camden. She was a retired school teacher from Bellmawr School district. Due to current restrictions placed on funerals, Connie’s funeral services will be... Read more →

Rocco Anthony Ward, Jr, age 29, of Gloucester City, USPS Employee, GHS 2009 Alumnus

Gloucester City – On May 9, 2020, at age 29, Rocco passed away following a 29 day fight against COVID-19. Beloved son of Rocco A. Ward, Sr. and his wife, Joyce Ward and the late Lisa Ann Vojtecky, Great grandmother Naomi Charlotte Ward, Loving brother of Deanna Marie Vojtecky, Adam Joseph Ward, Jeremy Michael Ward, Joseph Michael Ward and Gage Anthony Ward. Cherished grandson of Linda Ward Szymanski (Frank) and the late Joseph and Delores Vojtecky. Cherished Godson of Kim Chiodo and Harold Michael Ward.... Read more →

WOLF: Rogue Counties Opening Ahead of Schedule in Pennsylvania Will Be Punished

By Christen Smith | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf warned counties that forge ahead of his phased economic reopening schedule will face serious consequences. “I cannot allow residents in a red county to get sick because their local officials can’t see the invisible risk of the virus in their community,” he said during a Monday news conference. “So, I must, and I will impose consequences if a county locally lifts restrictions when it has not yet been given the... Read more →

Why ordering likes for your TikTok page can bring you popularity and success

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--A lot of people still do not quite believe that bought thumbs up for TikTok can change the situation for them completely and that’s a pity: right now there is no other better way to become popular and promote your content on TikTok than to buy tiktok likes and other services which could rapidly and tangibly change the situation for the best. Of course, there are still free methods of promotion, but none of them is nearly as effective as purchasing some options... Read more →

Wireless Surround Sound System - Are They Really Wireless?

Wireless Surround Sound Speaker System (Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--Home cinema is not what it used to be. Recently, anyone can build their own private home theater as they wish. After you first examine all that is offered in your own local consumer electronics online shops, you may be surprised by the excitement. In fact, there is a range of possibilities, and these wireless surround sound speaker systems are unreliable. During this time they often have 3-D home theater systems for the home. Here are some features... Read more →

Turnersville Resident Charged with Endangering Welfare of a Child

Frank Nattani, a 39-year-old male of Turnersville, N.J. has been criminally charged by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office with Endangering the Welfare of a Child, a crime of the second degree, after a joint investigation conducted by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and the Washington Township Police Department. Nattani was arrested without incident at a family member’s residence by members of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and the Washington Township Police Department on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 and was detained at the Salem County Correctional... Read more →

CHUCKLES : An old Italian gentleman lived alone in New Jersey

He wanted to plant his annual tomato garden, but it was very difficult work, as the ground was hard. His only son, Vincent, who used to help him, was in prison. The old man wrote a letter to his son and described his predicament: "Dear Vincent, I am feeling pretty sad because it looks like I won't be able to plant my tomato garden this year. I'm just getting too old to be digging up a garden plot. I know if you were here, my... Read more →

NJBIA List Business Recovery Resources

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association has updated its website to include New Jersey Business Recovery resources that will serve not only the general public, but also members of the media. Currently found at njbia.org/recovery are the following information sources: The New Jersey Recovery and Reinvention Framework: A document submitted to Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature on May 2, detailing a four-prong approach to the safe and effective reopening of New Jersey businesses. Best Practices and Reopening Plans by Sector and Geographic Areas,... Read more →

Route 42 northbound lane and ramp closures required as Bridges over Timber Creek project advances

Signed detour will be in place overnight (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced overnight lane and ramp closures on Route 42 northbound as the Bridges over Timber Creek and Lower Landing Road project advances between Gloucester, Camden County and Deptford, Gloucester County. Beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 14, NJDOT’s contractor, Richard E. Pierson Construction Company, is scheduled to close two lanes on Route 42 northbound in the vicinity of the Bridges over Timber Creek to prepare for a traffic... Read more →

Old Bridge Township Believes Local Businesses Should Be Reopened

Old Bridge Township, NJ – The local government issued the following press release pertaining to the re-opening of local businesses. As a township, we believe that the heart and soul of our local economy is that of our small businesses. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the abrupt closing of those businesses deemed as “non-essential”, the majority of our small, local business owners were forced to shutter their doors and ride out the pandemic along with the economic uncertainty of their businesses. A safe and... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Lebanon Valley College Announces Athletic Award Winners ANNVILLE, PA (05/11/2020)-- Lebanon Valley College virtually recognized 34 student-athletes virtually as part of its 71st Annual All-Sports Award Presentation. Local students recognized include: Trevor Holak of Swedesboro (08085), received the Men's Lacrosse Team MVP award(s). Holak, a graduate of Oakcrest High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in psychology. Cayla Sydow of Mays Landing (08330), received the Women's Swimming Team MVP award(s). Sydow, a graduate of Cedar Creek High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science... Read more →

Investors Bank Helps Save More Than 35,000 Employee Jobs in Metro New York And New Jersey

With SBA Paycheck Protection Program SHORT HILLS, NJ – Investors Bank has had a team of about 150 employees from across the bank working around the clock for the last few weeks on the applications for the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program. The final push involved nearly 40 people working 34 hours straight to process and secure approvals. Investors has helped secure in excess of $328 million in funding to help save the jobs of more than 35,000 employees of small businesses in the... Read more →

New Record for Women Candidates for U.S. House

As of today, 490 women have filed as candidates for U.S. House seats, a new record high, according to the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. This surpasses even the record-breaking 2018 midterm election, in which 476 women filed to run for House seats. In 14 states, filing deadlines have yet to pass. Much of the surge in candidate filings at this point in the 2020 cycle has been driven by Republican women. Thus far, 195 GOP women have filed for House... Read more →

HOME COUNTRY: "Murder in the Soggy Bottoms”

CNBNews Contributor “This is the year,” said Dud, flipping his cup to the upright and fillable position. Mavis filled it up and brought him a saucer full of fake cream. “Been thinking about it, and this is definitely the year.” “Okay, I’ll bite,” said Steve, twitching his walrus-like moustache, “This is the year for what, Dud?” “For everything!” He stood and walked a complete circuit behind the chairs at the round table, waving his arms. “Can’t you feel it? It’s gonna happen. This is the... Read more →

5 Tips for Building a Multilingual Website

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--The creation of a multilingual website is quite a challenging task that takes some time and readiness to collect all the necessary information because it requires more than just a translation of a text that a person sees on a different language website version. Unlike a typical translation where there is an original document or a business letter that must be translated, building a multilingual website means that the localization takes place. The term means adjustment of every website detail to the socio-cultural... Read more →

Guns Used in Jersey City Shootings Came From Georgia; Jonathan Brown Charged with Trafficking

NEWARK, N.J. – A Georgia man has been charged with trafficking multiple firearms from Georgia to Jersey City, New Jersey, which were subsequently used in acts of violence, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today. Jonathan Brown, 26, of Covington, Georgia, was arrested today in Covington by special agents of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and is charged by complaint with one count of conspiracy to commit the unlicensed sale of firearms. He had his initial appearance, and was detained pending... Read more →

Tips for Translating Your Freelancer CV

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--It is hard to find something as challenging and time-consuming as trying to polish one’s freelancer CV by editing out the parts that seem weak or seeking for additions that will make you the first candidate to consider for particular work. Most freelancers know how difficult it is to adjust the existing information and make it fit every organization that might be interested in a certain field. Unfortunately, things easily get even more difficult when there comes a need to translate your freelancer... Read more →

514th Air Mobility Wing Flyover Today at 1PM

Flyover for Health Care Employees - Wednesday, May 13 at 1 p.m. (May 13, 2020)--Virtua Heath has received word that the 514th Air Mobility Wing has scheduled a series of flyovers today in support of South Jersey health care workers. The flight path includes four Virtua hospitals, among other health care facilities. The media is invited to visit Virtua's campuses to capture the occasion. Our security and administrative teams have been alerted and will be happy to greet you. Employee teams will safely gather outside... Read more →

The WISDOM Study Receives Multi Million Dollar Grant

The WISDOM Study, a groundbreaking effort to determine the best way to screen for breast cancer, just received a multi-million-dollar grant from the National Cancer Institute to help increase the number of minority women who participate, including those who primarily speak Spanish. The study, founded by doctors at the University of California, seeks to improve the way breast cancer is screened in women who are cancer free, and hopes to improve breast health for generations of women to come. Women who participate are followed over... Read more →

How to Choose a Translation Agency for Your Business

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)Choosing a suitable translation agency for your business may feel just like floating through the infinite ocean, yet there is no need to worry because all it takes is planning things timely and discussing all the requirements with more than one translator. Since most businesses turn to translation services only when everything becomes urgent, it creates additional stress and a lack of understanding as everything has to be done as fast as possible. Even though the quality of work might not suffer, there... Read more →

NJ Residents Graduate from University of Tampa

TAMPA, FL (05/11/2020)-- The University of Tampa virtually hosted its 150th commencement on May 9 to honor 1,752 degree-seeking candidates. The following local students graduated from The University of Tampa. Matthew Blazier, of Belmar, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Management. Lily Bradshaw, of Wildwood, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in International Business - Marketing. Jennifer Fox, of Cape May Court House, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Management. Marc Franklin, of Bellmawr, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Savannah... Read more →

Tips To Prepare For A Hurricane

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--A hurricane can destroy everything that you’ve spent years building. However, if you take proper precautions and prepare well, you can save both lives and property during the storm. Keep reading to learn more about hurricane preparedness. When Is Hurricane Season Hurricanes are tropical cyclones. NASA categorizes them as Planet Earth's most violent storm. They fall into five categories based on the speed of the sustained winds: Category 1 hurricane – 74 to 95 mph sustained winds speed Category 2 hurricane – 96... Read more →

The Ultimate Guide to Relocating

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--Relocating to a new area offers several great benefits. It gives you the chance to explore a new town or city, seek out new job opportunities, make new friends, and create your ideal living environment. However, with so many options available, choosing a new location, and finding a new property can be a challenge! To help you have a successful move, here is the ultimate guide to relocating: Create a moving checklist Once you have purchased a new property, you will be given... Read more →

CASH FOR CITIES LAW: State Democrats Propose Plan to Borrow Money without Taxpayers Consent

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. COLLEEN O'DEA | MAY 13, 2020 | Two measures pending in state Assembly would allow towns and counties to borrow to get past the crisis TRENTON NJ (May 13, 2020)--Local governments in New Jersey may get the option to borrow in order to pay salaries and other bills and at the same time blunt property-tax... Read more →

5 Steps How to Get Your Book Translated

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--When there comes a necessity to get your book translated in a foreign language and do it in the best way possible, there are obvious concerns because going international can easily lead to a triumph or become a total failure if the book’s vision and a concept are misunderstood. In reality, getting your book translated means reaching out to the global audience and sharing the culture of your country with people from all over the world. Even though it is a painstaking process... Read more →

Mark A. Randazzo, 44, of Runnemede

Mark A. Randazzo, on May 9, 2020, of Runnemede. Age 44. Beloved son of Angelo and Kathleen (nee Belvedere) Grisolia. Cherished brother of Erica Grisolia and her fiancé Christopher. Dear uncle of Brianna, Katie, Kari, and Giavanna. Mark enjoyed going to clubs, dancing, and singing. He loved eating. Mark was very outgoing and the life of every party. He was loved by everybody he met. Due to restrictions set forth by the State of New Jersey, a private burial will take place at New Saint... Read more →

The Benefits of Hiring a Court Reporter

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--If you have been in a courtroom, you know that things can often become heated. No one wants to be there, and the experience isn’t enjoyable for either the plaintiff or defendant. Vital information is shared during a court hearing and having a full record of this is an essential way to ensure fair decisions are made. There will always be the back and forth, “he said, she said” after a trial, but an accurate transcription can solve any disputes. That is where... Read more →

Handicapped? Using a Walker Has its Benefits. Like Walking!

Published on November 6, 2019 By: Joe Ball | CNBNews Contributor Joe Ball I’ve heard it said that “when you age – – the feet & legs are first to go”. True – – as it affects me. But first some good things about aging. I’m soon to be 88. I feel good … from the waist up. Downward, well no comment . . . I have neuropathy . That’s where the nerves in the feet take a never-to-return vacation. The result is loss of... Read more →

Casey Wagner Receives Clarence Slater Medallion for Excellence in Chemical Engineering.

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan University field hockey player Casey Wagner was chosen for the Clarence Slater Medallion for excellence in Chemical Engineering. The award is named after Dr. Clarence Slater who is a professor and founding chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering. Slater started at the University in 1995. “I am so proud of Casey,” said head field hockey coach Michelle Andre. “The way she has been able to balance her academics and her athletic commitment has been astounding. She is a role model... Read more →

HHS announces shipments of donated remdesivir for hospitalized patients with COVID-19

Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) announced the allocation plan for the drug remdesivir. The allocation is from a donation by Gilead Sciences, Inc. to the United States which was finalized on May 3, 2020. The donated doses of the treatment, which received an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, will be used to treat hospitalized COVID-19 patients in areas of the country hardest hit by the... Read more →

Spanish Speaking Residents Hit Hard by COVID-19

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. BY Raven Santana, Correspondent Ester Da Silva, a Plainfield school nurse and mom of two, is volunteering with the Plainfield Health Department as an interpreter for mainly Spanish-speaking residents who tested positive for COVID-19. New Jersey’s Hispanic community – made up of more than 1 million people – is facing disproportionate impacts from the outbreak.... Read more →