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September 13, 2020

4 Reasons Why T00L Is the Best Rock Band Ever

(September 13, 2020)--When you consider how many great rock outfits have graced the stage down the decades, saying objectively which is the best band of all time is not the easiest thing to do. When asked, the first bands that most people think of are usually, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles or Led Zeppelin. TOOL (image courtesy of http://www.progarchives.com) While each of these bands definitely has a lot going for it, finding la crème de la crème may depend on looking further than just the bands that have sold the most records. This is a list of the best Tool songs... Read more →


What Happened to Nick Cannon After Mariah Carey?

September 13, 2020)--In the world of show business and high-profile celebrities, divorce seems to be even more prevalent than in the real world. One of the more famous celebrity breakups in the last few years was the parting of ways of singer-songwriter superstar Mariah Carey and her rapper-comedian husband, Nick Cannon. Mariah Carey and her rapper-comedian husband, Nick Cannon Many people did a double-take when Carey married Cannon due to his comparatively obscure career in 2008. However, the pair did manage to stay married for eight years, which was enough time to have three children, before they split amicably in 2016... Read more →


How To Earn More Social Media And Traditional Media Coverage

By Dorothy York, President and CEO of North American Precis Syndicate (NAPS) The media is helping Americans responding to the Coronavirus outbreak with important information to help people. Thousands of editors nationwide are asking “Can you give us more stories about advising families what to do for people now that they are isolated due to the COVID 19 emergency response?” They need shareable stories about pointers on how to keep people safe, healthy, productive and entertained. Those are in short supply and are in high demand. Now is the time to give advice to the public on how they can help... Read more →


Justin J. Hargrave, of Glassboro Arrested for Endangering the Welfare of a Child

WOODBURY NJ -- Justin J. Hargrave, age 42, of Glassboro, NJ, was arrested on September 11, 2020 and charged with one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child (2nd Degree) Gloucester County Acting Prosecutor Christine A. Hoffman announced. A The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office (GCPO) High Technology Crimes Unit worked jointly with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Philadelphia Human Trafficking & Child Exploitation Task Force in an 18-month investigation involving the exploitation of children on the Internet. During this time, an investigation into websites selling materials related to child sexual abuse led to the identification of Hargrave as a... Read more →


Philadelphia Union September Schedule

September 11, 202012:00PM EDT The schedule for Union soccer through the end of September is here! Following Saturday’s showdown with New England Revolution, Philly travels to New Jersey to take on… Montreal Impact? Wait, what? That’s right - The Impact will travel down to Red Bull Arena to host the Union on Sunday, September 20 at 7:00 p.m. ET. Legendary Arsenal and Barcelona attacker Thierry Henry leads a Montreal side that has added star power in Victor Wanyama to a veteran side. Next, the Union travel to Cincinnati to face Haris Medunjanin and the new-look FC Cincy. First-year head coach Jaap... Read more →


VIDEO: Wildwoods-by-the-Sea 1960 Documentary

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Gloucestercitynews.net)-WILDWOOD, NJ--A 1960 documentary (see below) about the Wildwoods will bring back fond memories from those of us who grew up vacationing in this resort during the '50s and '60s. Although this was 60 years ago it seems like yesterday for some of us. Remember the smell of the sea when you got off the parkway and drove the last few miles into Wildwood along the Rio Grande Blvd. hoping you didn't get stuck in traffic when the bridge opened for a fishing boat. All the nightclubs with live bands such as the Riptide Club,... Read more →


Papa John's Opening 49 New Stores in South Jersey and Philadelphia Area

Largest Domestic Traditional Store Development Agreement in 20 Years Marks Renewed Focus on Brand’s Franchise Growth Opportunity LOUISVILLE, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep. 10, 2020-- Papa John’s International, Inc. (NASDAQ: PZZA) today announced the signing of its largest traditional store development agreement in North America in over 20 years, accelerating growth of the Papa John’s brand in the Philadelphia area. Under the agreement, HB Restaurant Group, which currently owns 43 restaurants in the Mid-Atlantic area and has been a Papa John’s franchisee since April 2019, is to open 49 new stores in Philadelphia and southern New Jersey between 2021 and 2028. “Papa John’s has... Read more →


NY, NJ and Delaware Governors Stop Construction of LNG Export Terminal

NJ Sierra Club Albany NY, Trenton NJ, Harrisburg PA, Dover DE and Washington DC — The lead advocates against all fracking related activities and infrastructure in the Delaware River Watershed issued the following joint statement today in response to the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) virtual meeting decision this morning to: 1) delay a decision on whether or not to approve permits for the proposed controversial liquid natural gas (LNG) New Fortress Energy Gibbstown, NJ port so the Commissioners could further assess the voluminous record and take a “careful look” at complex issues involved; and 2) stay any construction there until... Read more →


Lebanon Valley College Names Resident Assistants

ANNVILLE, PA (09/11/2020)-- Lebanon Valley College announced 45 Resident Assistants (RA) for the 2020-21 academic year. An RA oversees a floor or wing in a residence hall, serving as a resource for residential students and providing a residential environment conducive to the overall development of students. Local students include: Cayla Sydow of Mays Landing (08330), a graduate of Cedar Creek High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in actuarial science at LVC. Nadia Deetz of Gloucester City (08030), a graduate of Gloucester City Jr-Sr High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in digital communications at LVC. Ariana Genna of... Read more →


NJ lawmakers question perceived unfairness of state's school funding formula

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Acting New Jersey Education Commissioner Kevin Dehmer fielded questions from the Senate Budget and Appropriation Committee about school funding and a cut in mental health services for schools during a nearly two-hour long hearing Gloucestercitynews.net files Thursday. Republican Sen. Steve Oroho challenged claims that school districts were not cut and school aid was “flat.” Dehmer said the funding formula used to determine how much each district receives gave an increase to 369 districts, a decrease to 196 districts and only funding for only 12 districts was flat. The funding formula... Read more →


Harleysville Man Allegedly Steals $484,000 From In-Laws

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (Sept. 3, 2020) — Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Lower Salford Township Police Chief Thomas A. Medwid announce the arrest of Christopher Oleksa, 36, of Harleysville, Pa., on hundreds of felony counts related to the theft of more than $484,000 of money belonging to Firely Pediatric and Home Care Services, owned by the defendant’s in-laws. John and Holly Firely, owners of Firely Pediatric and Home Care Services located in Harleysville, contacted the Lower Salford Police on April 13, 2020 to report that they had noticed numerous unauthorized and unexplained transactions on company bank accounts and credit... Read more →


Netflix Releases ‘Cuties’ Movie About Child Dancers And … ‘It’s Worse Than You Could Imagine’

Phillip NietoSeptember 10, 2020 1:37 AM ET (screenshot/Twitter/ @GhostJim4) “Cuties,” the award-winning French film featuring young teen dancers was released Wednesday on Netflix and is receiving another round of backlash from viewers for its depiction of children in sexual situations. The film, which is directed by French movie maker Maïmouna Doucouré, centers around Amy, 11, joining young underage female dancers in a group “named ‘the cuties’ at school, and rapidly grows aware of her burgeoning femininity – upsetting her mother and her values in the process,” according to the films description. Footage of the movie began to go viral Wednesday night... Read more →


$348K in Federal Grants for South Jersey Community Health Centers

CAMDEN, NJ – U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) announced today that two federally-qualified health centers in South Jersey will receive a combined total of $348,645 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Health Care Program. These grants will support disadvantaged South Jersey residents by empowering health care centers to continue their essential community services. CAMcare Health Corporation, which has serviced Camden and Gloucester counties since 1978, will receive $175,250 to provide care for those in need in South Jersey. Project H.O.P.E., which specializes in the health and well-being of homeless residents in Camden, will receive $173,395 to provide... Read more →


To Combat Addiction Murphy Wants to Tax Opioids, the Hell With People in Pain

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy did not make a lot of noise about a proposed $15 million fee on opioid manufacturers included in his revised budget proposal. Gloucestercitynews.net files The governor first touted the tax in 2019, saying the tax would make drug companies accountable for the opioid epidemic. New Jersey is one of several states proposing a tax on opioids, which have been blamed for a surge of overdoses in recent years. But some say the tax is unfair to patients who need the drugs for legitimate pain needs,... Read more →