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August 1, 2020

Maryland Fishing: Richard Thompson Catches Huge 47-inch Flathead Catfish; Bird Dog Wheeler Nets Ribbonfish

July 29, 2020 by Erik Zlokovitz, Maryland Department of Natural Resources White perch are a perfect species to target while fishing with your kids. Dylan Tawney caught these two nice white perch while fishing with his family. Photo by Andrew Tawney Hot and dry weather continues across Maryland. These conditions put heat-related stress on the... Read more →


Your Business Needs a Presence on Instagram

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 1, 2020)It’s no secret that Instagram has incredible reach. It grew more than 400 million users just in 2015. However, not every business has jumped on the Instagram marketing bandwagon and we understand why. At first glance, Instagram seems like it’s really only beneficial for those in e-commerce. Some businesses struggle with figuring out... Read more →


Mount Ephraim Man Arraigned on Sexual Assault Charges in Williamsport PA; Released on $125K Bail

(Gloucestercitynews.net)WILLIAMSPORT, PA (August 1, 2020)—Robert Medlar, 49, of Mount Ephraim, New Jersey, was arraigned Friday, July 31 in Williamsport Court on charges of allegedly sexually assaulting a female acquaintance in a guest room at the Genetti Hotel, 200 W. Fourth St., on July 4, according to the Williamsport Sun-Gazette. Gloucester City News blog files Investigators... Read more →


Washington D.C. Police Arrest Students for Life of America Members

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AUGUST 1, 2020)--Students for Life of America and the Frederick Douglass Foundation had planned to write the words “BLACK PREBORN LIVES MATTER” on the sidewalk outside an abortion clinic in Washington, D.C. Saturday morning, according to a Students for Life press release. However, despite obtaining a permit for their event the D.C. police... Read more →


Officer Down: Michigan State Trooper Caleb Starr Struck by Drunk Driver, Dies from Injuries

Trooper Caleb Starr Michigan State Police, Michigan End of Watch Friday, July 31, 2020 Trooper Caleb Starr succumbed to injuries sustained three weeks earlier when his vehicle was struck head-on by an intoxicated driver in Ionia County. He was traveling west on Grand River Avenue, in Boston Township, responding to a low-priority call when a... Read more →


Hirsh Singh Demands a Recount, Tens of Thousands of Ballots Remain Unaccounted

LINWOOD, NJ — With over 40,000 ballots not yet reported and over 27,000 ballots known to have been thrown away and not counted, Republican U.S. Gloucester City News blog files Senate candidate Hirsh Singh has filed for recounts in all 21 New Jersey counties. Singh has announced he is seeking a recount in the still-uncertified... Read more →


Have You Taken Suboxone® ?

July 30, 2020 by Alvaro Puig Consumer Education Specialist, FTC The FTC sued the makers of Suboxone®, a prescription drug to treat opioid addiction, alleging they were preventing patients from choosing lower priced generic versions of the drug. The companies agreed to pay $60 million to consumers to settle the FTC charges. That means if... Read more →


Two Bodies Found in Camden City, Investigation Ongoing

Camden City, N.J. – Detectives are currently investigating the death of two individuals found inside a Camden home on the 1100 block of N. 18th Street, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki. Police were called to the home around 8:30 p.m. on July 28 for... Read more →


Delia Associates Marketing Agency Honored with International Hermes Creative Awards

Five Hermes Creative Awards are among 32 recent wins (Whitehouse, NJ – June 2020) Delia Associates, an award-winning branding and marketing agency in Whitehouse, NJ, was recently honored with five international Hermes Creative Awards. The awards, administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professional (AMCP), celebrate outstanding work in the concept, writing and design... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Rescues

Dawn O Watson/CNBNews Contributor There are thousands of animal rescue groups in the US. Every type of animal is represented, from ferrets to donkeys. It is fortunate that there are so many caring groups concerned with providing homes for abandoned or unwanted animals! . You may wonder why it is so expensive to adopt a... Read more →


What's Next as Plans Are Made to Open Classrooms in New Jersey Schools

JOHN MOONEY | JULY 31, 2020 Lawmakers, unions, and activists are weighing in as schools work out details The back-and-forth continued this week over what New Jersey schools will look like in a month, with districts up against an August deadline to devise their reopening plans and others not shy about weighing in on what... Read more →


NJ Students Welcomed at Wilkes University

WILKES-BARRE, PA (07/30/2020)-- Wilkes University is welcoming more than 500 students to campus as members of its new first-year class. The fall 2020 semester will begin on August 24 following the University's Welcome Weekend which provides first-year students with an introduction to life at Wilkes. Oyame' Adoga of Clementon (08021) will be a Engineering major... Read more →


Virtua Health Advances Telemedicine in Response to Pandemic

New technologies and tactics especially benefit vulnerable and underserved populations (MARLTON, N.J.) Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, most health care providers offered little, if any, virtual care. But over the past few months, Virtua Health has initiated an array of telemedicine services – helping tens of thousands of South Jersey residents get the care they... Read more →


CNB Fishing News Maryland: Marine Mammal/Sea Turtle Program Operational

Public Should Report Stranded Marine Animals to 24-hour Hotline Photo by Mark Odell During the summer months, marine mammals and sea turtles are making their seasonal return to the Atlantic coast, the Chesapeake Bay, and its tributaries. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources requests people report any distressed or deceased marine mammals or sea turtles... Read more →


MVC Licensing Centers to Offer Testing by Appointment Only

Driver Knowledge Testing Restarts August 3 TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission announced today that driver knowledge exams, also known as “written” driver tests, will be available to all drivers, including commercial drivers, by appointment starting August 3. All Licensing Centersexcept Oakland and Flemington will offer the tests. Appointments can be made up... Read more →


Atlantic City Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Announces Partnership with Leaders in Training

Atlantic City, N.J. (July 30, 2020) – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City announced a commitment of over $35,000 to the Leaders in Training (LIT) Program, a city-wide initiative that provides job opportunities for Atlantic City youth ages 14 to 20. Turning Point’s Leaders in Training Program is in its second year and was... Read more →


A Message from Congressman Norcross

Congressman Norcross' email remembering John Lewis... Dear Friend, This week we laid to rest Civil Rights hero Congressman John Lewis, the proud longtime representative of Georgia’s 5th Congressional District. My heart is heavy as the world mourns an icon, who was my friend and colleague. John spoke softly but powerfully, he walked slowly but purposefully... Read more →


Anna M. Meloni (nee Passanante), of Bellmawr, age 92

After 72 years together, God called Anna and her beloved husband Frank home within two days of each other. Devoted mother of Frank J. Meloni, Jr. (Deborah) and Audrey Meloni (James Hay, IV). Loving grandmom of John Bilbrough (Nikki), Eric Bilbrough (Meghan), Beth Ann Cash (Brandon), Stephen Meloni (Sherin), Gregory Meloni and Michael Meloni. Great... Read more →


CARES Act Funding Available for Arts

The Sun King, a serigraph by Romare Bearden, is part of the Atlantic County Art Collection. The Atlantic County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs is accepting applications for National Endowment for the Arts CARES Act funding received from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Only non-profit (501c3) arts organizations are eligible to... Read more →


New Records for Women Candidates as 2020 Election Filings Close

The women of the Democratic Party set a new record for filed U.S. House candidates as the final filing deadlines for candidacies closed for the 2020 elections, according to data compiled by the Center for American Women and Politics, a unit of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University. In the 2020 election, 357... Read more →