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August 3, 2020

Port Condition Zulu Set for the Port of Delaware Bay

Gloucester City News blog files PHILADELPHIA (August 3, 2020)--– The Captain of the Port set Port Condition Zulu for the Port of Delaware Bay at 8 p.m. on Monday, due to predicted sustained tropical storm force winds generated by Tropical Storm Isaias, which may arrive within the next 12 hours. In Port Condition Zulu, the port is closed and all port operations are suspended. The Coast Guard strongly cautions the maritime community to remain vigilant and take the necessary precautions as Isaias approaches. Pleasure craft are advised to seek safe harbor. Maritime and port facilities are reminded to review and update... Read more →


Rowan's Track & Field Coach Adamson to be Interviewed on WEE Radio Tuesday

NEW YORK, NY (August 3, 2020)--– Rowan University’s women’s country and track & field coach Derick “Ringo” Adamson will be interviewed live on the Wee Radio Network on Tuesday, Aug. 4 from 7-8 p.m. He is the guest on Second Base, the all-sports program catering to a Jamaican/Caribbean clientele, at www.weeradioonline.com and hosted by Dale Brown and Aubrey Campbell. Adamson has coached the Profs for 14 seasons and they have won 14 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championships, three in cross country and 11 in indoor and outdoor track & field. He was chosen the NJAC Coach of the Year 16... Read more →


Body Found on Cape May Beach, Investigation Ongoing

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (August 3, 2020)--- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Chief Anthony Marino of the Cape May Police Department announce a joint investigation into the death of an Erma man whose body was discovered in the surf in the area of Philadelphia Avenue in the City of Cape May. On August 2, 2020 at 8:44 PM, the Cape May Police Department received a call of an unresponsive person in the water in the area of Jefferson Street and the beach. Patrol units immediately responded and conducted a search of the area but were unsuccessful... Read more →


Tomlin Station Rd/Bridge Over Rt 295 Re-Opens Tues

(Trenton)(August 3, 2020)--– New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the completion and re-opening of the Tomlin Station Road/CR 607 Bridge over I-295 in Greenwich, Gloucester County. The bridge, which has been closed and detoured since late February, will reopen by the end of the day tomorrow, Tuesday, August 4. The $3 million federally-funded Tomlin Station Road/CR 607 Bridge over I-295 project completely replaced the bridge deck, which was in poor condition. In addition to replacing the deck, the project also included curb work, new parapets and sidewalks, and guardrail improvements. This will provide a safer ride for motorists... Read more →


New Book: Leaders Who Lust

It might seem curious, but when we start writing a book such as this one, both of us know generally where we’re going and what we want to say, but not specifically, not exactly. In this case, we knew generally that despite its being completely ignored in the twenty-first-century leadership literature, lust has been of significance in the past and was certain therefore to be of significance in the present. But until we did the research, until we started putting flesh on the bones of our cases, we ourselves did not fully appreciate how much of a driver lust is. Nor... Read more →


NJ Residents Graduate from York College

YORK, PA (07/30/2020)-- Over 650 students graduated from York College of Pennsylvania on May 31. Zackery Booth of Moorestown, NJ (08057) Arian Cooper of Pennsauken, NJ (08110) Ryan DelaCruz of Woodlynne, NJ (08107) Dinae DeMayo of Wildwood, NJ (08260) Jacey Dickinson of Hainesport, NJ (08036) Matthew Dold of Somerdale, NJ (08083) Andrew Ellis of Maple Shade, NJ (08052) Jada Griffin-Howard of Mc Guire Afb, NJ (08641) Sara Guzman of Browns Mills, NJ (08015) Nicole Hanson of National Park, NJ (08063) Matthew Klischies of Medford, NJ (08055) Jeana Latshaw of Sicklerville, NJ (08081) Ryan Lawler of Sewell, NJ (08080) Kelli Lemon of... Read more →


Modified Port Condition For Port of Delaware Bay

PHILADELPHIA — The Captain of the Port (COTP), Delaware Bay, has set a modified Port Condition X-Ray due to the potential for Hurricane Isaias to impact Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware area in the next 48 hours. A thorough explanation of port conditions can be found under the local contingency plans tab on homeport at: https://homeport.uscg.mil/port-directory/delaware-bay. The COTP has determined the Delaware shore, Delaware Bay, and New Jersey shore areas will likely experience heavy rains, gale force winds, increased seas, and surf. Members of the port community should take adequate precautions and review the Severe Weather Contingency Plan. In preparation for... Read more →


Have You Received a Package of Unsolicited Seeds?

(TRENTON) – The New Jersey Department of Agriculture has received reports of individuals receiving unsolicited seeds through the mail from China. Unsolicited seeds could be invasive, introduce diseases to local plants, or be harmful to livestock. Sometimes the seeds are sent in packages stating that the contents are jewelry. Here's what to do if you receive unsolicited seeds from another country: DO NOT plant the seeds and if they are in sealed packaging do not open the sealed package. Take a photo of the package and seeds and send the photos to USDA Smuggling Interdiction and Trade Compliance at Mail@aphis.usda.gov. Maintain... Read more →


Business Sectors That Are Likely to Flourish in the Post-COVID-19 Era – A Marcus Joseph Debaise Analysis

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)It is innate for people to evolve and adapt to changes that present themselves in the environment, therefore, the devastation brought by the coronavirus has played and is continuing to play a key role in the change happening in human behavior. In some industry sectors, the altered circumstances have created lucrative opportunities, which if taken advantage of, can prove to be advantageous in achieving exponential growth and profitability. Listed below are some examples of sectors that are expected to benefit due to the speculated post-COVID-19 new normal: Retail E-commerce Online shopping has dramatically increased, as people are unable to... Read more →


Marcus Debaise Points out Lessons Pet Shops Need to Learn amid COVID-19

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)The havoc COVID-19 created and its impact on pet businesses was unanticipated. Although stay-at-home mandates and terminated events made pet parents bond with their pooch, social distancing did hurt pet stores’ revenues and bottom line. The corona pandemic had a detrimental effect on dog grooming, pet training, pet sitting, dog walking, and daycare. According to an article published on http://www.petproductnews.com, for many years, the pet industry hasn’t been disordered by economic downturns, but with the corona crisis, things are different. That is why pet stores need to learn these lessons amid the pandemic: Marcus Joseph Debaise recommends creating a... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: How Come Politicians Are Not Charged for Harboring A Fugitive?

If we regard the word "illegal" and apply it to the letter of law we realize that to call someone "illegal" is to realize that a crime has been committed by the person it is being applied. NJ Gov. Murphy Gloucestercitynews.net files If we regard people "sneaking into the country" the media applies the term "undocumented immigrant" to avoid to the use of the term "illegal". Why would they do this word manipulation to confuse and already confusing situation. Let us consider that further. If YOU as a citizen, provide resource, aid or assistance, or hide ANY PERSON considered "illegal" or... Read more →


National Study: Private, Charter Schools More Likely to Provide Better Education During Shutdown

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square image courtesy of unsplash.com (The Center Square) – Several reports and national surveys indicate that private and charter schools provided more meaningful educational services during state shutdowns than public schools did, and more parents are choosing nontraditional educational options this fall. A nationally representative survey conducted by Education Next found that while there was “a lot of lost ground on learning” during coronavirus shutdowns in the spring semester, there was “a more robust response in the charter school sector and in the private school sector" among respondents. According to the survey, private and charter... Read more →


Marcus Debaise Discusses Effective Marketing Tips for Small Businesses for Navigating COVID-19

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a challenge not only on a national level but on a global one as well. Due to the fact that most entrepreneurs and business managers have never experienced a crisis like this before, coming up with a solution or ways to overcome this situation is quite a challenge. According to https://money.usnews.com, it is important to identify a profitable and popular idea before determining a perfect strategy for your business. Here are some expert marketing tips to help small businesses grow and even thrive despite the distressing COVID-19. Demonstrate Empathy in Your Message,... Read more →


Catherine Marlow of Gloucester City

Catherine Marlow of Gloucester City, passed away on July 30, 2020, at the age of 50. She was loved and cherished by many people including her parents, Charles Neville and Patricia Rutherford; her husband Frank Marlow; her daughter Lacey Marlow (Corey); her step-daughters, Jessica, Tara and Krystal; her siblings, Lisa Anderson (Frank), Christine Towey (Rob), Colleen Phelps and Robert Phelps (Kelly); her grandchildren, Kaiden and Declan; and her pet Sophia. A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, August 5th, 2020 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Creran Celebration Etherington & Creran Funeral Homes (400 White Horse Pike, Oaklyn,... Read more →


Protect Your Ride During Vehicle Theft Prevention Month

Gloucester Township Police Crime Prevention Bulletin: Don’t be a part of this statistic: Over 770,000 drivers fall victim to vehicle theft each year. In fact, a vehicle is stolen about every 41 seconds in America. During Vehicle Theft Prevention Month it’s a good time to remind yourself of a few simple, yet important tips to prevent your car from being stolen, a crime that totaled about $6 billion in 2017: Don’t be a part of this statistic: Over 770,000 drivers fall victim to vehicle theft each year. In fact, a vehicle is stolen about every 41 seconds in America. With July... Read more →


Martin Polanco: Explore the Importance of Psychotherapy & Medicines to Resolve Psychiatric Issues

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--Psychotherapy is an umbrella term for the treatment of mental health issues by talking effectively with a psychologist, psychiatrist, or other qualified mental health providers. During psychotherapy, you can get to know about your specific condition and your feelings, moods, behaviors, and thoughts. Psychotherapy assists you in learning ways to effectively take charge of your life and thereafter, respond positively to various challenges with healthy and efficient coping skills. An individual is recommended psychiatric hospitalization only when he demonstrates serious mental health symptoms, delusions or hallucinations, homicidal or suicidal tendencies, etc. Some Common Types of Psychotherapy Individual Therapy: This... Read more →


Arkansas Man Wanted for Murdering Girlfriend and 4-Year-Old Son

DOUBLE-MURDER SUSPECT ADDED TO U.S. MARSHALS 15 MOST WANTED FUGITIVE LIST Reward of up to $25,000 offered for information directly leading to his arrest Washington, DC (July 22, 2020)--– The U.S. Marshals today elevated the fugitive status of an Arkansas man who allegedly murdered his girlfriend and her 4-year-old son. Jory John Worthen, 24, is now a Marshals’ 15 Most Wanted fugitive, and authorities are asking the public for information that could lead to his arrest. “Our 15 Most Wanted list is reserved for fugitives we consider the worst of the worst,” said U.S. Marshals Service Director Donald Washington. “It is... Read more →


Martin Polanco: Explore Some of the Most Popular Psychedelic Drugs & Their Clinical Implications

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--Americans have been intrigued by the confusing impact of psychedelic drugs. Just one dose of the psychedelic ingredient in "magic mushrooms" can help in relieve cancer patients suffering from depression and anxiety, as per the latest study. As per research findings, out of the 15 patients who were administered one-time therapy with psilocybin still demonstrated ‘clinically significant’ enhancements and progress in patients affected by depression and anxiety, even after four years. Dr. Martin Polanco points out that some patients participating in the study described this as truly a life-changing experience for them. As per Medical Xpress, psychedelic drug therapy... Read more →


Kenneth H. Garbowski, Past Gloucester Twp Councilman, Active Union Carpenter

Gloucester Township NJ--Kenneth H. Garbowski passed away suddenly at the age of 58 on July 12, 2020, while on vacation in Florida. Gloucester City News blog files Beloved husband of Sherri (nee Giannavei). Devoted father of Samantha Stricsek (Geoff) and Eric Garbowski. Loving brother of Edward (Marlene), Dennis (Susan), and Ronald (Kathy). Also survived by many nephews and one niece. He is predeceased by his parents Edward and Theresa. Ken was a lifelong resident of Glendora. For 30 years he worked for the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters as a council representative. He was a member of the Gloucester Township MUA... Read more →


Adam Veron: Real estate buying in an economic downturn caused by COVID-19

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--People have become more familiar with their homes as a result of the full or partial lockdowns being implemented across the nation. Moreover, there is much controversy concerning the fate of the realty market. Most of the markets have succumbed to the effects of the outbreak; however, the property sector has shown resilience. In April, the average house price experienced an 8% annual growth, which can seem attractive to investors. In fact, even sentiments find this statistic favorable. Approximately 35% of Americans picked real estate as the top focus in terms of investments, which were followed by stocks and... Read more →


*The Census is Important for YOU & Gloucester City

Any questions Contact Ashley Hagan atrusdell@cityofgloucester.org Official website for the City of Gloucester Click here for Census website (U.S. Census Bureau)--Census workers have completed 96% of the 2020 Census “Update Leave” operation- where 2020 Census invitations and paper questionnaires are delivered to households in certain — often rural — areas across the country. In these areas, most households generally do not receive mail at their homes, so census workers drop off census materials in person. When the operation is complete, nearly every household nationwide will have received an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census either in the mail or from... Read more →


Pick-6 Rolls to $4.7 Million for August 3 Drawing

TRENTON (July 31, 2020) – The Pick-6 drawing on July 30 produced 27 winners of $881 for matching five out of six white balls drawn. Three of those tickets were purchased with XTRA, multiplying the prizes to $3,524. The winning numbers for the Thursday, July 30, drawing were: 02, 07, 11, 18, 20 and 29. The XTRA Multiplier was: 04. By adding XTRA for an additional $1.00 per play, winners are able to multiply their non-jackpot prizes by the XTRA number drawn. The $4.7 million drawing will be held Monday, August 3, 2020. ### All New Jersey Lottery game winning numbers... Read more →


Walking towards COVID-19 recovery - Perspectives by Arlington Capital Management

(Gloucestercitynews.net)--We are currently passing through an uncertain time. Several countries have implemented the lockdown regulations since March 2020. Japan provided hope for managing COVID-19, and its impact, and had to face complete isolation and lockdown. Additionally, the political leaders realized that social distancing and partial lockdown might be the probable solution in the coming months. It's natural for economists and leaders to wonder how to manage the economy and improve the citizen’s livelihood if the lockdown persists. Recovering from the situation – Insights by Arlington Capital Management manager The fear of the uncertain future exists amongst everyone and not just political... Read more →


COVID-19: As an entrepreneur, how can you help? Expert Adam K. Veron’s Perspective

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the world. As the number of infected and deceased patients increases, so too does the wait for a vaccine or medicine that can end the suffering and heal the world. But healing or resolution never occurs overnight. It depends on ongoing action, from all quarters consistently, over time. Therefore, it is essential that every other industry takes steps toward finding a viable solution. Adam K. Veron emphasizes that entrepreneurs should provide assistance. No one knows when the pandemic will end, but scientific experimentation and increasing evidence is essential to putting an end to the... Read more →


Smart financial tips during COVID-19 by Jared Jeffrey Davis Sandusky, Ohio

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--According to NBC News, dated April 23rd, 2020, approximately 26 million Americans lost their job because of the pandemic. Considering the harsh effects of COVID-19, medical experts are still emphasizing on social distancing. And that for Americans would mean a severe business blow. It is essential to stop this short-term crisis from getting converted to financial stress for the long-run. For this, Americans and others worldwide need to manage their business plans to cope with the current reality. Financial tips for surviving COVID-19 by Jared Jeffrey Davis Sandusky, Ohio Avert panic selling Investors presently are in a panic mode... Read more →


How to Choose Stainless Steel Kitchen Table?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--The commercial kitchen is a kind of magic laboratory where the culinary wonders are born every day. One of the most important quality indicators of any food establishment is the hygienic safety of food preparation. Choosing the right stainless steel kitchen table, countertops, shelves, etc. is an essential task for businesses to enhance kitchen productivity and efficiency. Manufacturers offer equipment and furniture in many different sizes and with additional options for high-performance and extra functionality — bottom shelf, backsplash, built-in sink. If you have decided on the specific requirements for the commercial tools and equipment, then choosing an appropriate... Read more →


Officer Down: K9 King Dies from Heat Exhaustion

K9 King Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office, Louisiana End of Watch Sunday, July 12, 2020 K9 King died as the result of heat exhaustion following a track of a domestic violence suspect in the 2200 block of North Perkins Ferry Road in Lake Charles. K9 King had served with the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office for four years. Breed Belgian Malinois Gender Male Age 7 Tour 4 years INCIDENT DETAILS Cause Heart attack Incident Date Saturday, July 11, 2020 RELATED: Via Officer Down Memorial page CNB Crime Blue Line CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING NEWS published Gloucestercitynews.net | August... Read more →


The COVID-19 Economic Recession – Insights by Joseph F Lopresti

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--The global pandemic has resulted in innumerable contaminations, deaths, and business losses. Market experts and economists suggest that it has played a significant factor in causing an economic recession with job losses and business shutdowns. The recession became triggered by an external shock resulting from economic and market imbalances and public health crises, rather than any financial disaster. However, there is an interesting fact; currently, our banking systems remain in much better shape compared to the 2008 recession crisis. Therefore, it would be interesting to know how the COVID-19 economic recession will conclude before it gets resolved. A sharp... Read more →


New Law Introduced Requires Public to Wear Mask in Stores; Violators Face Fines and Jail

TRENTON, NJ (July 31, 2020)--With ongoing debates over wearing masks leading to many Americans refusing to wear one in public during the ongoing pandemic, Assembly Democrats Ralph Caputo and Valerie Vainieri Huttle have introduced a bill making it illegal for customers to enter stores without a mask in an effort to increase mask usage Gloucestercitynews.net files in New Jersey. Mounting evidence from previous and continued research shows the efficacy of wearing a mask in preventing the spread of COVID-19. The Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has even recently been cited as saying he believes the pandemic... Read more →


How to Manage Finances during COVID-19 Outbreak? Jared Jeffrey Davis Sandusky, Ohio

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--Managing money is crucial at all times. However, it becomes more essential in the event of a crisis, such as that of the recent novel coronavirus outbreak. As a result of the virus, many people are facing at least some form of economic consequences. What is less apparent than the economic hardship brought about by the virus is the stress resulting from the uncertainty it brings. Thinking about one's finances can impact one’s mental health as well as physical wellbeing. In light of, these economic and psychological concerns the question becomes as follows: what tips, if followed, might allow... Read more →


Covid-19 outbreak and personal finance concerns – Insights by Jared Jeffrey Davis Sandusky, Ohio

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--As global citizens, we are witnessing a challenging time! The COVID-19 outbreak has introduced new challenges regarding business and economic instabilities. The constant lockdowns and social distancing regulations have caused business owners and individuals to keep their offices closed. Other than profits and revenues, there are challenges with personal finance management, which must be addressed. Jared Jeffrey Davis Sandusky, Ohio and personal finance issues Entrepreneurs, business owners, and other individuals are not necessarily attempting to achieve any financial and business goals, currently. Instead, most of everyone are concentrating on retaining stable business and finance conditions to survive the pandemic... Read more →


No Surprise Here: Thousands of New York’s primary ballots not counted because of technicalities

Gloucestercitynews.net files By Sarah Downey | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Although New York’s primary election took place more than a month ago, problems in the system have caused confusion as the counting finally appeared to wrap up this week, CBS2 reported. Congressional candidate Suraj Patel, who had been waiting weeks to find out the results of his race against U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney, said thousands of ballots were not counted. “We know that nearly 25 percent of people who actually went through the trouble of requesting a ballot, getting it, voting and dropping it in the mail will... Read more →