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August 4, 2020

Owners of Atilis Gym Defy Court, Remove Barriers from Entrance

HEATHER HUNTERCONTRIBUTOR THE DAILY CALLER BELLMAWR, NJ (August 2, 2020)--The owners of Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, New Jersey kicked in their boarded-up gym doors after receiving a notice letter Friday threatening to strip them of their business license for defying the state’s lockdown restrictions to remain closed. Francine Wright, the clerk of the Borough of Bellmawr, wrote in the letter to the gym owners that a hearing will occur on Tuesday, August 4 in consideration of “whether to revoke the Atilis Gym’s mercantile license to operate.” “No mercantile license shall be issued to any person or entity which has not complied... Read more →


Coast Guard Rescues Two Near Brigantine

BRIGANTINE, NJ, UNITED STATES-(August 3, 2020)-- The Coast Guard rescued two people who were stranded on a jet ski that ran aground in near Brigantine, New Jersey, Aug. 3, 2020. A MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City safely hoisted the two people and transported them back to Coast Guard Station Atlantic City. (U.S. Coast Guard photo/Released) BRIGANTINE, N.J. — The Coast Guard rescued two people who were stranded on a jet ski that ran aground in near Brigantine, New Jersey, Monday evening. Watchstanders at the Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay command center were notified at approximately... Read more →


Sky Garden Grille Opens at Ocean Casino Resort On August 5

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (August 3, 2020) – The Sky is the limit at Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City! On August 5, Ocean will be opening the brand-new rooftop-style dining experience, Sky Garden Grille, where guests can relax…dine…drink outdoors. Set on three acres of beautiful landscape overlooking the breathtaking Atlantic Ocean, the Sky Garden Grille becomes the latest addition to the all-new Sky Garden area, also featuring the Sky Garden Bar, patio dining areas where many of Ocean’s takeout options are welcome, fire pits, ocean views, and more! Sky Garden Grille is the perfect location for a few cocktails, couples dining,... Read more →


Armory Favorites Jamal ‘Shango’ James and David Morrell Jr. to Fight for WBC Saturday

Fans Give James and Morrell a Big Send-Off at the Circle of Discipline Gym in Minneapolis as the Fighters Depart for Los Angeles Minneapolis, Minnesota (August 3, 2020) - Boxing is back and so is Minneapolis welterweight contender Jamal “Shango” James. With the return of live boxing, James is getting his long-awaited shot at a world title Saturday, August 8, as he takes on former world title challenger Thomas Dulorme for the WBA world interim welterweight championship in Los Angeles. No fans will be in attendance, but the bouts will headline the return of FOX PBC Fight Night on FOX, FS1... Read more →


Home Country: What Some People Will Do For a Free Meal

Slim Randles | CNBNews Contributor Mrs. Forrest has always been a compulsive feeder. Before she retired, she was cooking for the Mule Barn truck stop’s customers, and is singularly responsible for about three flabby tons of avoirdupois on this nation’s truck drivers, and may have been marginally responsible, third-hand, for a cardiac event or two. But now she’s retired, and a widow, and her kids all have kids and are scattered like a covey of quail. Local bachelors of a certain age know if they should just happen to be chatting with Mrs. Forrest on her front lawn along about supper... Read more →


A Transplant Family From Texas Celebrating National Minority Donor Awareness Month

COTA Kid Nevaeh Ennis Heart Transplant Recipient Please Register to be a Life-Saving Organ or Tissue Donor August 3, 2020 -- August is National Minority Donor Awareness Month. This national observance (first a day and then a week) was initiated in 1996 to increase our nation’s consciousness of the need for more organ and tissue donors from multicultural backgrounds. Starting this year, this nationwide awareness push to engage and educate multicultural communities about the need for organ and tissue donors has been expanded to encompass the entire month of August. National Minority Donor Awareness Month honors communities of color who have... Read more →


OPEN AND AFFORDABLE TEXTBOOKS PROGRAM REDUCES TEXTBOOK COSTS FOR STUDENTS

Annual program incentivizes Rutgers faculty to use free or low-cost learning materials that save students money More faculty than ever before are participating in a program through the Rutgers University Libraries to provide open and affordable textbooks for the fall. The program is estimated to be able to save students more than $2.1 million in the cost of textbooks and other course materials over the next year. The Open and Affordable Textbooks (OAT) Program, administered by the Libraries, provides $1,000 awards to Rutgers faculty who modify their courses to use free or low-cost learning materials instead of traditional textbooks. To date,... Read more →


How Do I Get a Job in RPA

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 4, 2020)--In any organization, working on repetitive manual tasks is necessary and quite common. The task may be in the form of data-entry work, copying/pasting huge data, raising requests in databases, filling various forms, creating executive reports, etc. It requires significant time and effort from employees to complete such tasks. Moreover, due to the task being repetitive but compulsory in nature, it results in employee dissatisfaction. In addition to this, the chances of manual errors are quite high due to a lack of interest. A feasible solution is to automate some or all of such tasks. It offers many advantages... Read more →


New Law Would Force NJ Employers to Pay Workmans Comp if Employee Gets Wuhan Virus

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The New Jersey Assembly Appropriations Committee on Monday voted to release a bill that would require employers of essential employees to pay workman’s compensation costs if an employee contracts COVID-19 on the job. The vote was the first hurdle in the Assembly for the bill, which passed the Senate in May. The bill would be retroactive to March 9, the day Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Several organizations spoke against the bill, saying it would put another burden on businesses that already... Read more →


Measuring the Size of Exterior Doors Oakville

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 4, 2020)--Taking the measurements of your exterior doors isn’t a complicated process as many people think. It is just like taking a few dimensions and doing a few calculations. If you have the right material, all you need to do is measure the height and width of your exterior door. After getting the right dimensions, you can go on and buy the right sizes of the doors you need. Here is a guide from Oakville Windows and Doors on how to measure your exterior doors Oakville. Take a look. Taking the Door Measurements a. Measuring The Width Of The Exterior... Read more →


*HOW TO BE COUNTED!

Any questions Contact Ashley Hagan atrusdell@cityofgloucester.org Click here for City of Gloucester website 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 →


NJASBO Names Emerson Resident and School District Business Administrator

Philip H. Nisonoff, Ed.D. 2020/2021 President New President Assumes Helm at Critical Juncture as Schools Plan Safe Restart Robbinsville, N.J. – When Philip H. Nisonoff, Ed.D. took office as president of the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials (NJASBO) in early July, he had 30+ years of experience as an educator, but acknowledged feeling unprepared to face the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown of the state’s school buildings. Nisonoff described the close of the 2019/2020 school year as “landing the plane while learning how to fly it.” Now, school business administrators (BAs) statewide again face making novel decisions as they work... Read more →


What is the best roofing material for a low pitch roof

Need a creative and reliable solution to replace your roofing system? Don't know what is the best roofing material for a low pitch roof? Contact experts to learn more or read the guide on selecting the perfect material for a low slope roof. How a low pitch can affect the material selection (Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 4, 2020)--When building a new house or replacing old roof system any owner faces the question of the material choice, and to achieve great outcomes, it is crucial to take into account various factors that will affect your pick, for example, what is the best roofing material for... Read more →


Preparing Your Pet for a Hurricane

It may be a tropical storm now, but Isaias is still poised to threaten the Carolinas later today (and may touch down again in the northern parts of the eastern region later this week) with potentially deadly storm surges and heavy rain. While the storm's track and intensity remains somewhat unknown, veterinarians at BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital are stressing the importance of having emergency response plans that include our pets. Taking steps like updating or creating a pet disaster kit or planning a pet-friendly Gloucestercitynews.net files evacuation route can help protect your furry friend if a natural disaster occurs.... Read more →


Need Health Insurance? This is What to Look for in 2020

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 4, 2020)--Health insurance is an investment worth making and is now more affordable than ever. As policies are constantly changing, it makes sense to reassess your current plan in 2020. For those who don't have existing coverage, such as new retirees enrolling in Medicare, now is the time to explore your options. With a large range of insurance providers and policies available it can be hard to know whether or not you are getting a good deal. Before you apply for a new plan or modify an existing one, this is what you should be looking for in 2020: Competitive... Read more →


Consumer Alert: Video shows how scammers tell you to pay

If someone you don't know ask you to wire money to them, its a scam! August 3, 2020 by Sachit Gali Intern, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC Scammers make up all kinds of stories to get your money, from telling you that you’ve won a prize, you owe a debt, or your family member is in an emergency. But some things stay the same: scammers want your money, they want it fast, and don’t want you to be able to get it back. They’ll ask you to pay in ways that make it hard to track them down —... Read more →


NWS Mt. Holly: Tropical Storm Isaias Local Statement Advisory

Gloucester City News blog files Tropical Storm Isaias Local Statement Advisory Number 29 National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ AL092020 520 AM EDT Tue Aug 4 2020 This product covers NEW JERSEY...DELAWARE... SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND NORTHEAST MARYLAND **Isaias Will Impact the Area this Morning through Tonight** NEW INFORMATION --------------- * CHANGES TO WATCHES AND WARNINGS: - None * CURRENT WATCHES AND WARNINGS: - A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for Atlantic, Atlantic Coastal Cape May, Camden, Cape May, Caroline, Cecil, Coastal Atlantic, Coastal Ocean, Cumberland, Delaware, Delaware Beaches, Eastern Chester, Eastern Monmouth, Eastern Montgomery, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Inland Sussex, Kent, Kent... Read more →


Delaware Hunters! Basic Hunter Education Course Available Online, FREE!

DOVER, DELAWARE--Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the classroom portion of the Basic Hunter Education Course will only be available online and at no cost to participants. After completing the online course, participants will attend a free, Gloucester City News blog files in-person field day for an abbreviated two hours where COVID-19 safety requirements will be implemented. The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control administers the hunter education program through the Division of Fish and Wildlife Hunter Education Program. To complete the 2020/2021 Basic Hunter Education Course, participants need to: Take the approved online Basic Hunter Education Course using a link available... Read more →


Alcatraz East Crime Museum Highlights 100th Anniversary of the Women’s Suffrage Amendment

Alcatraz East Crime Museum, located in Pigeon Forge, is commemorating Tennessee’s passage of the 19th Amendment PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (August 3, 2020) – August 18, 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. By decriminalizing the actions of women across the country who had been attempting to vote, this constitutional amendment was a significant moment in our legal history. Alcatraz East Crime Museum commemorates not only this anniversary in legal history but Tennessee’s role as the final state to ratify the amendment making it law on August 18, 1920. Starting August 18 visitors will be able to... Read more →


Guest Opinion: AOC ATTACKS FR. DAMIEN

Bill Donohue | CNBNewsnet Catholic League president Bill Donohue wrote the following letter to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) today: August 3, 2020 Hon. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 229 Cannon HOB Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Rep. Ocasio-Cortez: Without provocation, you recently exploded in a fit of rage when you condemned Father Damien, the 19th century priest who gave his life to serving lepers on the Hawaiian island of Molokai. Referring to a statue of him in the U.S. Capitol, you said, “This is what patriarchy and white supremacist culture looks like!” Your remarks evince an offensive ethnocentrism. You disrespected the people of Hawaii: It... Read more →