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August 7, 2020

Jean Haberle, 88, of Brooklawn Services Saturday

July 7, 1932 - August 4, 2020 Jean Haberle of Brooklawn, New Jersey, passed away on August 4, 2020 at the age of 88. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, August 8th 2020 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the Brooklawn United Methodist Church (213 Maude Ave, Brooklawn, NJ 08030). Funeral service 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Brooklawn United Methodist Church 213 Maude Ave, Brooklawn, NJ 08030 Arrangements under the care of Henry Funeral Home Read more →


Stockton Student Facing Disciplinary Charges for Making Zoom Background a Trump Photo

He faces six charges, including harassment and cyberbullying, and may have to take a “social justice workshop” if found guilty by the public university ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., Aug. 7, 2020 — A student at Stockton University is facing disciplinary charges for a political Facebook post and making his Zoom background a photo of President Donald Trump during class, causing other students to feel “taunted.” Today, with the help of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Gloucestercitynews.net files Education, he’s fighting back. “Like its Atlantic City neighbor, Stockton is doubling down and gambling with students’ constitutional rights — a risky bet when... Read more →


NY Attorney General lawsuit seeks to dissolve National Rifle Association

I knew Democrats had gone far left, but even I was shocked that the Attorney General of New York held a press conference today announcing she was trying to eliminate the NRA. The NRA has fought to project our 2nd Amendment rights, and it drives the liberal nuts. Our own liberal Attorney General, Josh Shapiro, follows the lead of the other far-left AGs across the country. Make no mistake he will bring this same insanity to Pennsylvania. That’s why we need your help. To be honest, the liberals are outraising us every day with millions from their Hollywood special interest friends.... Read more →


Rowan Partnerships Online (RPO)

8/5/2020 ​RCSJ Unveils Virtual Campus in Partnership With Rowan University New Jersey’s best community college and one of the nation’s top universities have joined forces yet again to announce Rowan Partnerships Online (RPO) – a new, virtual campus that makes earning a bachelor’s degree online more affordable and accessible than ever before. RPO was launched by Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ) and Rowan University on July 1, 2020, and is available to incoming freshmen eager to start pursuing their degree online this September. In its inaugural year, the virtual campus will offer bachelor’s degrees in Computing Informatics, Construction Management, Entrepreneurship,... Read more →


7 Most Common Reasons for Losing Important Data

by James Dorian (Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 7, 2020)--Your computer is a safe place for all important documents, spreadsheets, photographs, PDF files, and all other digital valuables you have. But is it really that safe? It happens: files get accidentally deleted. Computers crash and lose important data. It’s a devastating experience, especially if that data is related to precious memories or important work. Can you imagine a writer working on a novel and losing years of sleepless nights? There might be a solution: you can use the best data recovery software Mac. We’ll tell you how to recover deleted files Mac, and then we’ll... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Once Again the New York Times Lies about Saint Serra

August 6, 2020 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a New York Times column attacking St. Serra: On September 23, 2015, Pope Francis canonized Junípero Serra, the 18th century Spanish priest who courageously defended the human rights of Indians in North America. A week later the New York Times maligned St. Serra in a front-page story by Laura M. Holson, "Sainthood of Serra Reopens Wounds in Colonialism in California." She said that "Historians agree that he [Serra] forced Native Americans to abandon their tribal culture and convert to Christianity, and that he had them whipped and imprisoned and sometimes worked... Read more →


Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Protocol Decreases Opioid Use

Newswise — PHILADELPHIA—The majority of patients who followed an “Enhanced Recovery After Surgery” (ERAS) protocol did not need opioids for pain management at multiple time points following elective spinal and peripheral nerve surgery. The findings come from an expanded analysis and study from researchers in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, published in Pain Medicine. Researchers found that when an ERAS protocol was employed—which optimizes patients’ surgical care before, during, and after surgery—fewer patients needed pain medications at one, three, and six months after surgery. The ERAS protocol developed at Penn includes a personalized, safe, and effective... Read more →


Arts Ed NJ Partners with More Than 125 Organizations

to Generate Second Round of Performing Arts Aerosol Study WARREN, N.J. (August 6, 2020) — An aerosol study commissioned by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) with the support of Arts Ed NJ and a coalition of more than 125 performing arts organizations has generated a second set of preliminary results that provides further optimism for the mitigation of Coronavirus’ impact on performing arts activities. Preceded by initial results released July 13 that centered on aerosol pathways from a soprano singer and subjects playing four different musical instruments, the second phase... Read more →


Attention RV Owners! You Could Make As Much As $60,00 In Rental Income

RV Owners are the Surprise Financial Success Story of the Year Unprecedented RV rental demand from cautious travelers has made owning an RV the go-to entrepreneurial venture of the year (NAPSI)—Millions of Americans who own an RV have it parked in their driveway or a storage facility for the better part of the year. With many families wary of airplanes and hotels these days, it may be time to consider renting your rig to make some serious cash. According to peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace RVshare, RV bookings have reached unprecedented levels of demand, increasing more than 1,600% since the beginning of... Read more →


Representatives from the DRPA, PATCO and SunPower Corp.Unveil Solar Energy Project

Representatives from the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA), Port Authority Transit Corporation (PATCO) and SunPower Corporation gathered with public officials at PATCO’s Ashland Station on Wednesday, August 5 to officially unveil plans and highlight work to date for the 22-megawatt (mw) solar energy project – one of the largest transportation-related alternative energy initiatives in the Greater Philadelphia region. The solar generation technology includes installation of more than 50,000 solar panels along with 133 high-efficiency solar photovoltaic parking canopies at seven sites: PATCO’s Ashland, Lindenwold, Woodcrest and Ferry Avenue Stations; Commodore Barry Bridge, Betsy Ross Bridge and DRPA’s headquarters building, One Port... Read more →


Online Fitness Offers Multiple Benefits

More and more people are jumping on the online workout bandwagon. (NAPSI)—You may know regular exercise and physical activity enhance your physical health and emotional well-being, boost your energy level and quality of life, but recent developments in fitness may shake things up. What’s New With more people now working from home or juggling the multiple responsibilities of busy lifestyles, online workouts are more popular than ever. Whether you’re interested in HIIT, yoga, strength training or trampoline workouts, you can find streaming services and virtual sweat sessions as close as your phone or computer. Why It Makes Sense Online fitness classes... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: The Win-Win for New Jersey

By Regina M. Egea | The Center Square As Congress considers a sequel to the CARES Act economic stimulus bill, the pleas for budgetary relief from big-spending states continue to grow louder. While the demands of our governor currently seem far away from the federal government’s position, there is a reasonable and responsible deal that can be struck. Gloucestercitynews.net files With certain conditions, federal aid can provide a once in a generation opportunity toward the adoption of much smarter fiscal policies in New Jersey. We can leapfrog our state into a more responsible and stable fiscal position, which is what our... Read more →


NJ Lottery Ticket Wins $50,00, Powerball Jackpot Hits $158M

TRENTON (August 6, 2020) – One New Jersey Lottery ticket matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn for the Wednesday, August 5, drawing winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. The winning ticket from Wednesday night’s drawing was sold at Gud 2 Go Food Store, 921 Route 70 W., Marlton in Burlington County. The winning numbers for the Wednesday, August 5, drawing were: 07, 14, 17, 57, and 65. The Red Power Ball number was 24. The Multiplier number was 05. 23,191 New Jersey players took home an estimated $167,667 in prizes ranging from $4 to $500. The Powerball... Read more →


Why Is Kratom Research Important?

Introduction (Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 7,2020)--Mitragyna speciosa - also known as Kratom, is a plant species belonging to the coffee family and grown natively in Southeast Asian countries. The leaves of this plant are used in medicine due to its opioid characteristics and stimulant effects. People in Asia have been using Kratom leaves as medicines, healing wounds, and treatment of intestinal infections. Many people believe that it is useful for the treatment of pain and opioid addiction. However, the benefits of kratom leaves are yet to be proved. Kratom's use has expanded to the United States and Europe, despite the ban on Kratom's sale.... Read more →


Students in NJ Will Need to Wear A Mask

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square A pre-Kindergarten class from Bradford School poses for pictures during a short graduation ceremony June 10, 2020, in front of the school in Jersey City, New Jersey. Seth Wenig / AP photo (The Center Square) – Students who attend in-person classes at New Jersey’s schools will be required to wear masks unless they have medical exemption, Gov. Phil Murphy announced at his Monday news conference. The requirement is a change in policy for the state Board of Education which previously said masks were required on school buses but only recommended at schools. Other exemptions... Read more →