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July 2020

Port Condition Whiskey for Virginia and Maryland

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (July 31, 2020)--— The ports of Virginia and Maryland have been set to Port Condition Whiskey by their respective Captains of the Port due to predicted sustained tropical storm force winds generated by Hurricane Isaias that may arrive within the next 72 hours. Gloucestercitynews.net files Ports are currently open to all commercial traffic and all transfer operations may continue while Whiskey remains in effect. All self-propelled oceangoing vessels over 500 gross tons (US) and all oceangoing barges and their supporting tugs will report within 24 hours their intention to depart or remain in port to the appropriate Captain of... Read more →


Robert G. Kimble, of Gloucester City, age 62

Suddenly on July 27, 2020 of Gloucester City, age 62. He is the beloved son of the late Guy and Martha (nee Meyer) Kimble, loving brother and best friend to the late William, survived by his loving sisters Karen (Mike) and Linda (James). He is the dear uncle of Michael, Scott, Alison and Amy. He is also survived by his faithful pups Roxy and Little Bob. Bob retired from the NJDOT in 2002. Bobby enjoyed spending his time outdoors, riding his motorcycle, and drinking a few beers. Bobby's friends are invited to join the family on Saturday morning between 10:00 and... Read more →


Kenneth J. Keller, Sr., of Runnemede; Executive Chef, Ambrogi Foods Employee, Teamsters Union Member

Kenneth J. Keller, Sr., on July 28, 2020, of Runnemede. Age 63. Beloved husband of 41 years to Carol Kwiatkowski. Devoted father of Christine, Kenneth II, Vincent, and Lori. Loving Pop Pop of Harper Grace and Landon Jacob and godfather of Gabrielle Keller. Dear brother of Matthew Keller, Charles Keller, and Sally Shapiro. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, and his faithful companion Teddy. Ken was an executive chef, a driver for Ambrogi Foods in Thorofare, and a member of the Teamsters Union for 27 years. There will be a visitation from 7pm to 9pm Monday and from 10am to 11am... Read more →


Christopher J. Boldizar, age 54, of Brooklawn; U.S. Army Veteran, GHS Alumnus

Christopher J. Boldizar, age 54, of Brooklawn, NJ, passed away peacefully on March 20, 2020, at home after a brave battle with Pancreatic Cancer, with his loving family by his side. Chris was the loving husband of Linda Griffith-Boldizar. Loving father of Brittany, Christopher (Hannah), Sydney and Paige. Cherished grandfather of Gracie, Maddox, Quinn and Myla. Beloved son of Daniel Connelly and the late Judy Lee Connelly (née Hopkins). Loving brother of Randy (Patti), Eric (Andrea), Jennifer (John), Daniel (Lynn), Jason (Christina) and Lisa (Jack). Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and devoted friends who stood by him through this... Read more →


Marijuana Seeds US Trending With Best Cannabis Genetics!

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 31, 2020)--When it comes to marijuana seed strains, the US cannabis industry has marveled everyone. According to recent surveys, marijuana seeds US are the most potent as well as enjoyable cannabis strains all over the world. After years of research, today the USA cannabis industry along with professional breeders has been successful in cultivating marijuana seed strains with ‘The Best’ genetics. You must be wondering about what these strains are and why are they so popular? 101growinglights is one of the leading marijuana growing light suppliers has searched and listed all 5 elite cannabis strains of the US weed industry.... Read more →


Gloucester Township PD Crime Prevention Tip: A Photo of Your Bike's Serial #

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ--The “Block Flyer” Bicycles have quickly become popular among young kids, and are available in several cool colors, sizes, and PRICE. They have also become popular with thieves, too, as Gloucester Township Police patrols have taken several theft reports over the past weeks. While taking these theft reports, our Patrol Officers are reporting that many victims DID NOT have their bike serial number recorded. Without the serial number, police can’t enter the specific bike into the computer system and/or locate the owner to return it. Our advice to you: Take photos of your bike and serial number with your... Read more →


Virtual Programming for August at Avalon Free Public Library

AVALON, N.J. – The Avalon Free Public Library and the Avalon History Center have reopened with limited services, and continue with virtual programming through August via video conferencing and digital links. Library operating hours will be Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10am-1pm and Closed Wednesdays, reserving the first hour of each day for high risk individuals. Avalon History Center will be open for visits Monday-Friday 10am-4pm and Saturdays 10am-1pm. Visits to both facilities will be limited to 20 minutes, masks are required to enter and there will be a limited occupancy to support social distancing. In addition to... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

New Jersey Students Receive Honors at Cabrini University RADNOR, Pa. (Grassroots Newswire) July 30, 2020 - The following local students earned academic honors from Cabrini University for the spring 2020 semester: * Alyssa Jankowski of Bellmawr (08031) was named to the President's List. * Steven Priest of Paulsboro (08066) was named to the Dean's List. * Brendan Cimorelli of West Deptford (08086) was named to the Dean's List. * Jamie Cesaro of Westville (08093) was named to the President's List. * Lauren Buck of Woodbury (08096) was named to the President's List. Dean's List recipients have achieved a GPA of 3.5-3.89... Read more →


ProPublica: Voting By Mail Would Reduce COVID-19 Transmission But There Are Other Risks

This article was originally published by ProPublica by Jessica Huseman Election worker Ruth Ard opens vote-by-mail ballots for the presidential primary on March 10 in Renton, Washington. (Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty) Because of a rise in its Latino population, Gwinnett County in suburban Atlanta had to mail out absentee ballots with information in both English and Spanish in 2018. The result was chaos. The county accommodated the increased text by printing it in 6.5-point font, making each letter smaller than a sesame seed. Many voters were confused by the instructions — in particular, that they had to sign the back of the yellow... Read more →


NEW JERSEY LOTTERY ANNOUNCES FISCAL YEAR 2020 SALES

TRENTON (July 30, 2020) – The New Jersey Lottery Commission held its July Commission meeting today and announced its results for the Fiscal Year that ended on June 30, 2020. The Lottery had sales of $3.2 billion and contributed $937 million in revenue to the State. Sales were down 7.7% compared to the prior year. The results are unaudited figures and the total amount of the final contribution to the State will increase when the Lottery's Fiscal Year 2020 financial audit is complete. In Fiscal Year 2019, the New Jersey Lottery benefited from high jackpots in the multistate games Powerball and... Read more →


CNBNews Travel: Things To Do In Philadelphia

Spirit of Philadelphia is Back! Get excited: Spirit Cruises by Hornblower is once again cruising on the Delaware River, and offering alfresco dining on its beautiful outdoor decks. Plus, with reinforced SafeCruise guidelines — including additional health checks and safety measures to ensure the health and safety of all passengers — guests can relax as they take in the fresh air and enjoy time on the water. CHECK OUT THE HORNBLOWER SAFECRUISE COMMITMENT On the Menu: Smooth Sailing, Awesome Eats, Delicious Drinks Gather your crew and cruise down the Delaware River as you savor a delectable outdoor meal in the fresh... Read more →


VIDEO: Ninja Like Shoplifter Steals Cigarettes at Royal Farms, But Forgets to Wear a Mask!

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (July 31, 2020)--The pictured suspect enters and exits the Royal Farms Store several times starting at approximately 2:30 AM, as it appeared he was waiting for the employees to leave the front of the store. The suspect then proceeds to his dark Nissan where he places a tank top over his head, and enters the store, then again returns to his vehicle’s trunk to retrieve a large sneaker box. Entering the store with the tank top totally covering the top and back of his head, but not the important parts like his FACE, the suspect then proceeds into... Read more →


NJDOT Alert: I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound to be closed Tonighrt

Signed detour will be in place overnight (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced an overnight closure of the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 10 p.m. tonight, Friday, July 31, until 8 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, August 1, NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., will close the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve, for roadway construction activities. All motorists traveling on I-295 southbound will be directed to stay left onto Exit 26. The... Read more →


NJBIA Statement:Workers' Comp Bill, Unnecessarily Adding Costs to Struggling Employers

NJBIA Chief Government Affairs Officer Chrissy Buteas issued the following statement on today’s passage by the Assembly of bill A-3999, which allows a presumption that certain essential employees contracted COVID-19 on the job and shifts the response costs onto New Jersey’s workers' compensation system. "Those who sponsored and voted in favor of this legislation made a conscious choice to place additional burdens of a worldwide pandemic on the backs of New Jersey employers who are already struggling. "This bill will needlessly increase workers' comp premiums and ultimately result in a significant financial loss for employers. “More disappointingly, in addition to forcing... Read more →


CNB Fishing NJ: Recreational Fishing Regulation Cards for 2020 Now Available Online

Gloucestercitynews.net files NJSGC’s Fish and Wildlife marine recreational fishing regulation cards are now available for 2020. The free, downloadable cards are provided by New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Please click here to download a copy. The cards provide information on the correct minimum size, possession limits, and season of catch. The cards are convenient to bring on any fishing outing, complete with built-in ruler to measure your catch and make sure they are above the minimum size. We recommend laminating after... Read more →


Features of Drupal 8 for Your Online Store

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 31, 2020)--Online presence is a must for any business regardless of its revenue source. Drupal 8 is a powerful content management system with incredible versatility. Along with the powerful core, you will be able to extend the website by installing different modules for your product to profitably stand out from others. With Drupal 8, companies attract new buyers and boost their bottom line. Drupal is known as forward-thinking architecture for a reason. Progressive retailers take advantage of Drupal 8 commerce solutions and see their traffic grow. This CMS is incredibly scalable, and content adjustment is a piece of cake. There... Read more →


ProPublica: How Larry King Got Duped Into Starring in Chinese Propaganda

The broadcasting icon’s fake interview with a Russian journalist went viral on social media, spread by accounts tied to China’s government. by Renee Dudley and Jeff Kao “This story was originally published by ProPublica.” July 30, 5 a.m. EDT ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. Jacobi Niv had paid Larry King a few thousand dollars apiece to narrate half a dozen videos for companies or projects in Israel, where King is still a big name. But what Niv wanted King to tape on March 27,... Read more →


NJ Democrat Legislators Introduce Bill To Delay in-Person School to Halloween

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Three New Jersey Assembly Democrats say schools should open up remotely for the 2020-21 school year, but Gov. Phil Murphy says that option may not be possible for all children. Assembly members Mila Jasey, D-Essex/Morris, Pamela Lampitt, D-Camden/Burlington Gloucestercitynews.net files and Joann Downey, D-Monmouth drafted a bill that would delay in-person learning until at least Oct. 31. After that date, officials would consider reopening on a month-to-month basis. School districts would also be able to choose to delay opening virtually for two weeks to allow educators a chance to prepare... Read more →


Guest Opinion Video: Italian American Man Speaks to the Goons Destroying the Columbus Statues

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--An Italian American man who lives somewhere in the Summit and New Providence area blasts those young white thugs and imbeciles who have been destroying Christopher Columbus statues and other monuments across the United States in recent months. The man, who doesn't identify himself, makes some valid points and gives a speech straight from his heart. (Paraphase)"What you little bastards and assholes don't understand is the people who that statue (s) represents were discriminated against just like every other minority but they didn't cry, complain or protest like you. They fought and died for this country. I don't care... Read more →


Down The Shore: Avalon's 8th Street Jetty Reconstruction Project Nearing The End

The Avalon Borough Council received a report on Wednesday, July 22nd from Business Administrator Scott Wahl and Municipal Engineer Tom Thornton regarding the reconstruction of the 8th Street jetty. The jetty was compromised during Winter Storm Jonas with its resiliency performance compromised during the storm. The Borough has received a generous grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to reconstruction the jetty that results in greater protection for the north end, a deceleration of sand displacement from north end beaches, and of course, a safer recreational fishing experience. The contractor anticipates to be off the beach by July 31, 2020... Read more →


Appel Farm Veggie Cart Feeds Families this Summer!

Through a combination of awards from generous funders, Appel Farm Arts & Music Campus is delighted to provide food to families in need, adults and children alike, this summer. While many families are home for the summer months from school, parents can bring their family closer together by teaching their children how to cook using easy-to-prepare meal kits that contain a main entrée and sides, including but not limited to tacos, spaghetti and sauce, mac and cheese, baked ziti, subs/hoagies, baked chicken, chicken parmesan, meatloaf, fresh fruit, cereal, French toast sticks, and more. Each meal kit will serve a family of... Read more →


Van Drew Announces Grants for Cape May County Airport and for Millville Airport

CAPE MAY- Today, Congressman Jeff Van Drew announced that Cape May County Airport will be receiving an Air Improvement Program grant (AIP) totaling more than $2.7 million (more than $2.3 million previously unannounced). The AIP will be used for improvements to the runway and runway lighting at the airport. Van Drew also announced two more additional Air Improvement Program Grants (AIP) in South Jersey. Included in the grants were $11.2 million for runway improvements at Atlantic City International Airport, and $1.4 million for Millville Municipal Airport in Millville for improvements to the Apron portion of the airport. “This is a huge... Read more →


Communicating COVID with Amit Raizada 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--As the COVID-19 pandemic has blanketed our nation in uncertainty, Americans are increasingly turning to authority figures for reassurance. While this often means the federal, state, and local authorities, businesses—some of our country’s most prominent institutions—play a unique role in keeping their teams and their communities calm and appraised. But how should business leaders address publicly address the pandemic? In so delicate a situation, the capacity for missteps is endless. A careful tone must be struck, one that shows deference to the tragedy and evinces hope for a brighter future while avoiding blame, fear, and conspiracy. We sat down... Read more →


CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED SONGWRITER AND VETERAN PERFORMER STEVEN KEENE SET TO RELEASE NEW SINGLE

— “THEM & US” Inquisitive Statement On Human Conflict And Social Divisivenes Available Via All Digital And Streaming Outlets--Friday, August 28, 2020 NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Indie singer/songwriter and recording artist, Steven Keene, is set to release his new single, “Them & Us,”* in late August. Written and produced by Keene, and recorded at Shore Fire Recording Studios in Long Branch, NJ, the original tune will be available Friday, August 28, 2020 via all major digital retail and streaming outlets (Amazon/iTunes/Pandora/Spotify/Tidal). Addressing human conflict on a wider scale, "Them & Us” touches on social divisiveness encompassing race, nationality, political affiliation and religious... Read more →


EPA Region 2 Continues to Address PFAS on the State and Local Level

NEW YORK (July 29, 2020) Aggressively addressing per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) continues to be an active and ongoing priority for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Today, EPA Region 2 highlighted efforts to help communities in the region address the exposure pathway risks from per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and the agency’s constructive engagement to manage the potential PFAS environmental impacts. EPA Region 2 is taking a proactive approach to address PFAS and is accelerating efforts to expand scientific knowledge about PFAS. In July alone, EPA has made significant progress implementing the PFAS Action Plan —the most comprehensive cross-agency plan... Read more →


University of Kentucky Study Provides New Insight on Colorectal Cancer Growth

Newswise — A new study by researchers at the University of Kentucky identifies a novel function of the enzyme spermine synthase (SMS) to facilitate colorectal cancer growth. SMS is an enzyme that produces spermine from spermidine, which has been shown to be important for cell growth. However, excessive accumulation of spermidine can have harmful effects on cell viability. How cancer cells maintain a relatively high level of spermidine but below the toxic threshold to facilitate tumor growth is not well understood. A group led by the Markey Cancer Center researcher Qing-Bai She, a professor in the UK College of Medicine’s Department... Read more →


Jefferson Health New Jersey is ranked as the 9th-best hospital

Jefferson Health New Jersey is ranked as the 9th-best hospital in New Jersey and the 11th-best in the Philadelphia metropolitan area in the just-released “Best Hospitals” ranking by U.S. News & World Report. Comprised of three acute care hospitals – located in Cherry Hill, Stratford and Washington Township – Jefferson Health New Jersey is also “Recognized in Southern New Jersey” in the rankings for its quality care. U.S. News & World Report also praised Jefferson New Jersey as “High Performing” in four specific clinical areas: Congestive Heart Failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Knee Replacement surgery and Hip Replacement surgery. The... Read more →


Preparing for the Vice Presidential Announcement with CAWP

At the March 15th Democratic presidential debate, former Vice President Joe Biden pledged to select a woman as his running mate, should he win his party's presidential nomination. With his selection imminent, prepare for the announcement with experts and resources from the Center for American Women and Politics, a unit of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University. Expert Availability CAWP experts and scholars are frequently called upon by national, local, and international media to provide analysis and data insights about American politics. Debbie Walsh, Director. Walsh has worked at the Center since 1981, through the elections of 1984 and... Read more →


Leader and Some Members of Luchese Crime Family Sentenced to Life in Prison

For Murder, Racketeering, And Other Crimes NEW YORK, Ny--Audrey Strauss, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that MATTHEW MADONNA, the Acting Boss of the Luchese Family, CHRISTOPHER LONDONIO, a Matthew Madonna, age 82 soldier in the Luchese Family, and TERRENCE CALDWELL, an associate of the Luchese Family, were sentenced today to life in prison following their conviction for the 2013 murder of Michael Meldish, conspiracy to commit racketeering, and other felonies. A jury convicted MADONNA, LONDONIO, CALDWELL, and Steven L. Crea, the Underboss of the Luchese Family, on November 15, 2019, following a six-week... Read more →


Democrat Wolf Tells GOP House to Censure Member

By Christen Smith | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf told House Republican leaders on Thursday they should censure a member of their party who released a statement Gloucestercitynews.net files appearing to mock a cabinet official. “Abhorrent, disrespectful, dangerous,” Wolf said. “There are no words that adequately describe my disdain for the antics Rep. [Russ] Diamond displayed in his latest missive.” Diamond, R-Lebanon, drew the governor’s scorn after publicizing a statement Wednesday that equated the public shame residents experience for not wearing masks during the pandemic to the decades of discrimination faced by the LGTBQ community.... Read more →


Norcross Votes to Pass $50 Billion Child Care Stabilization Fund, $900M for NJ

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) today voted to pass H.R. 7027, the Child Care is Essential Act, and H.R. 7327, the Child Care for Economic Recovery Act, to create a $50 billion Child Care Stabilization fund and invest in child care so that providers across New Jersey have the resources they need to safely reopen. Without adequate investments in the child care industry, families across the country will be unable to return to work. New Jersey could lose 147,889 licensed child care slots, approximately 54% of the child care supply, if the federal government does not provide support.... Read more →


Assurance maladie collective Qu'est-ce qu'un régime d'assurance maladie collective?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--Les régimes d'assurance-maladie collectifs offrent une couverture à un groupe de membres, généralement composé d'employés de l'entreprise ou de membres d'une organisation. Les membres du groupe santé reçoivent généralement une assurance à un coût réduit car le risque de l'assureur est réparti sur un groupe d'assurés. Il existe de tels plans aux États-Unis et au Canada. image courtesy of Ashkjan Forouzani unsplash.com Comment fonctionne l'assurance maladie collective Les régimes d'assurance maladie collective sont souscrits par les entreprises et les organisations, puis proposés à ses membres ou employés. Le régime d'assurance collective exige généralement une participation d'au moins 70% au... Read more →


Were You Injured in an Industrial Accident?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020An oil refinery is an industrial processing plant where crude oil is refined into a number of petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel, kerosene, paraffin wax, asphalt, tar, and liquefied petroleum gas. Oil refineries are an important part of the American economy, and refineries offer a large number of jobs to local oil and gas workers. Gloucestercitynews.net files Anyone living in the country knows the risks inherent in working at a refinery, such as explosions, gases, and chemical spills, fires, and other occupational illnesses associated with oil. Unfortunately, most of these accidents could be completely avoided if safety and... Read more →


Washington Football Team Study: Americans Say Leadership Responsible for Toxic Culture

Arlington, Va., July 29, 2020 – In the wake of the most recent scandal facing the Washington Football Team, new national research finds that Americans believe accountability for a toxic culture lies broadly – with ownership, employees who acted unethically or illegally, and employees who witnessed mistreatment but did not report it. Moreover, more than three-fourths of respondents agree that victims should be compensated. In research from Eagle Hill Consulting, respondents indicate that when an organization has a lengthy, sustained issue with toxic culture: Perpetrators should be fired (91 percent). Those who witnessed the mistreatment but did not report it should... Read more →


Millville Public Firearm Range Open

Range Improvements at Millville WMA July 29, 2020 MILLVILLE, NJ--The Division is excited to unveil the recently renovated public firearm range located on Millville Wildlife Management Area. The upgraded training range is now open to licensed hunters and their guests. Upon arrival at the range, shooters will immediately notice: A covered firing-line Eight new individual shooting stations, including one ADA-compliant station Reinforced downrange concrete baffles Improved parking area The Millville WMA firearm range is unique, as it is the longest (just over 200 yards) range managed by the Division. The new bench rests and seats provide a stable platform for shooters... Read more →


How to Send and Receive Faxes Online by Email or Computer

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--The fax was, at one point in time, an important piece of machinery for a big upmarket office. With the advent of computers, the internet and email, faxes gradually went out of fashion. However, still today there are some offices which will ask you to send an important set of documents by fax. Well, if you are planning to buy a fax machine for just that purpose, we suggest you might hold out on that plan. You can use the computer and email to send faxes to your clients. Sending Fax Using Just Computer Well, there are two ways... Read more →


Startups face these marketing challenges that Ej Dalius considers to be the biggest handicap

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--Startups get handicapped due to lack of resources like people and money. In many cases, it is not unusual to see entrepreneurs going solo to realize their dreams. On top of it, they have limited consumers, and some may even do the hard work of selling their idea first to develop consumer awareness if they are introducing a product or service that is one of its kinds in the market. Moreover, a lack of knowledge about the market and consumers might be the undoing of many image courtesy of Karine Germain/unsplash.com startups, which often blur their vision about marketing.... Read more →


Trump Announces Historic Action to Lower Drug Prices for Americans

WASHINGTON, DC, (JULY 29, 2020)--President Donald Trump took historic action to deliver lower prescription drug prices to American patients. The President signed four Executive Orders on drug pricing directing the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to take several steps to deliver for American patients lower costs on prescription drugs, including insulin and epinephrine, and ensure Americans are getting the lowest price possible for their drugs. The executive orders instruct HHS to take a number of actions: End a shadowy system of kickbacks by middlemen that lurks behind the high out-of-pocket costs many Americans face at the pharmacy counter. Under... Read more →


EPA Administrator Wheeler Touts Superfund Accomplishments after 40 years

PHILADELPHIA (July 28, 2020) – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler today commended the cleanup work that’s been done at the Atlantic Wood Industries, Inc., site in Portsmouth, Virginia, and the Nansemond Ordnance Depot site in Suffolk, Virginia, as outstanding examples of cleanups, restoration and land reuse. “As we celebrate EPA’s 50th Anniversary, we are proud to showcase the Superfund clean-up efforts in Atlantic Wood Industries and Nansemond Ordnance Depot in Virginia,” said Wheeler. “We remain committed to turning these spaces into economic and recreational assets for generations to come.” The Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA),... Read more →


Online Casino Vs the Classic: What’s a Better Option

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30,2020)--Ardent players love land-based casinos because of the excitement and amazing atmosphere that they provide. Thanks to the rapid advancement of technology, online casinos have grown tremendously over the past few years. Sine more and more land-based casinos are being shut down, online casinos are thriving at the moment. Online casinos offer lots of advantages that players can’t ignore. If you’ve been wondering which type of casino you should use to access your favorite games, keep reading! Pros of online casinos Privacy Online casinos offer players privacy while playing their favorite games. No one can distract or stop you from... Read more →


Mega Millions Jackpot $22M; 1 Ticket Wins $40000

TRENTON (July 29, 2020) – There was one third-tier prizewinning ticket sold for the Tuesday, July 28, drawing that matched four of the five white balls and the Gold Mega Ball drawn winning the $10,000 prize. The ticket was purchased with the Megaplier option, multiplying the prize to $40,000. That ticket was purchased at Kings Mahwah Truck Stop, 130 Route 17 S., Mahwah in Bergen County. In addition to the second and third-tier prizes won, 23 players matched four of the five white balls drawn making each ticket worth $500. Six of those tickets were purchased with the Megaplier option, multiplying... Read more →


Ocean Casino Resort Creates Awareness With #OneLoveOneHeart

For Families Impacted by COVID-19 ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (July 29, 2020) – Ocean Casino Resort recently filmed a series of TikTok videos featuring various team members around the property to create awareness for UNICEF’s #OneLoveOneHeart initiative. The purpose of the #OneLoveOneHeart campaign is to bring people together to help children and their families recover from the impacts of COVID-19 and to rebuild a better world from it. Ocean Casino Resort will be posting their TikTok videos featuring its team members as well as TikTok videos filmed for the campaign for the next three Wednesdays - July 29, August 5 and August... Read more →


How to overcome challenges - Marketing tips EJ Dalius 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--Entrepreneurs are all about expanding their businesses. And, to do that, there are several vital aspects that you need to concentrate on at the same time. You need to go over the details regarding the finance, promotion as well as marketing. The trick is to resolve every challenge that crops up in your way. Eric Dalius on small business entrepreneurship challenges image courtesy of Nikita Kachanovsky/unsplash.com Here is something that you need to understand regarding start-up ventures and small businesses right from the get-go; it is quite a challenge to master all the hurdles, and the only way to... Read more →


Saving Money on the Cost of Replacement Windows

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--There is no doubt the cost of replacement windows can be high. While the cost of replacing one or three windows can be affordable for most homeowners, when it comes to replacing the windows in the whole home, that can break your bank balances. Naturally, homeowners would gravitate to low-cost windows and decide to DIY in order to save on labour costs. Though experts will not agree with that, it is one of the ways most homeowners opt for. However, there are other ways you can choose that reduces the cost of replacement windows, and at the same time,... Read more →


Recent Cases Prove There is Voter Fraud in US

From Frank Sinatra's hometown in Hoboken, N.J., to LA's Skid Row, dozens of mail-in, absentee and ballot box fraud cases have emerged. Gloucestercitynews.net files By John Solomon Yes America, there is voter fraud. These recent cases prove it. Source: Just The News Philly Fraud Case Expands The U.S. Justice Department this past week charged former Democratic congressman Michael Myers with stuffing ballot boxes, bribing an elected official, falsifying records, obstructing justice and voting multiple times in federal elections in Philadelphia. Myers was the second official charged in the scheme. Domenick DeMuro, a Democratic ward chairman in that city, admitted in a... Read more →