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September 18, 2020

The Big Slam Memorial Fundraiser Saturday

Attention Super Fight Wrestling Fans! (Gloucestercitynews.net)(Sept. 18, 2020)--On September 19th live on Twitch.tv at 3pm SFW presents "THE BIG SLAM!", a memorial fundraiser show for the family of Walt McDonald. On July 28th, the wrestling world lost Walt McDonald who was better known as "Big Slam." Big Slam was a well... Read more →


Margaret B. Jagielski ‘Marge”, of Sewell

Suddenly, on September 15, 2020. Age 89. Of Sewell. Marge is survived by her daughter, Lee Ann Jagielski-Maginnis and her son, John Edward Jagielski. The services will be private at the family’s request. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia – Oncology Program. Checks... Read more →


Shielding Yourself from Hackers as You Work Remotely

Self-employment offers several perks, among them is the freedom of working remotely. However, your data becomes more vulnerable to hacking when you are on the go compared to when you log in from your office or home. In 2017 alone, there were 1,579 cases of compromised data which was almost twice... Read more →


Detectives Investigating Fatal Pennsauken Shooting

Camden, N.J. – Detectives are investigating after a man was fatally shot in Pennsauken Wednesday evening, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Pennsauken Police Chief John Nettleton. Officers were dispatched to the intersection of 48th St. and Westfield Ave. at approximately 5 p.m. for a report of... Read more →


Environmental Law for NJ Requires Additional Requirements for a New Business

Governor Murphy is signing S232 (Singleton) into law. The legislation requires that a person seeking a permit for a new facility, or for the expansion of an existing facility, that is located in a burdened community meets certain additional requirements. Gloucestercitynews.net files “This is a huge win for the people living... Read more →


Shots Fired at Motel in Villas

On September 15, 2020 at approximately 10:40 am, Lower Township Police Department’s Patrol Division was dispatched to the Jersey Shore Motel, located at 1400 Bayshore Road in Villas NJ, for a report of a gunshot possibly being fired from one apartment through another and into an outside wall. Witnesses on scene... Read more →


FARMERS STRUGGLE WITH COVID'S IMPACT ON AG INDUSTRY

Correspondent Leah Mishkin's interviews with Garden State farmers are full of compassion — her work sets a great example of how to viscerally understand how an industry is handling this crisis. “Wholesalers became retailers, retailers ended up doing home delivery,” state Secretary of Agriculture Doug Fisher says. Plus, the rain hasn't... Read more →


John C. "Jack" McGuire, of Glassboro; Retired RCA Employee, WW !! Army Veteran

John C. "Jack" McGuire, on September 16, 2020, of Glassboro, formerly of Mt. Ephraim and Fairview. Age 95. Beloved husband of the late Roseanna (nee Staiano). Devoted father of Lynne Greer (Logan, III), Jack McGuire (Michele), Maryellen McGuire and the late Michael McGuire and Meg Hans. Loving grandfather of Rachel Greer,... Read more →


Does It Make Sense to Study Sports Management and Obtain the Corresponding Degree?

Sports science is an amalgamation of various disciplines and concentrates basically on the scientific approaches behind physical activities. The sub-categories of this course are very different yet similar. For many students, it is more fun rather than an academic subject. They attend PE more enthusiastically than any other class. Among the... Read more →


The Two Sides of Playing Sports in College

Most of us have played a sport at some point in our lives. Some of us do it recreationally, say having a kick-about in the park. Others do it competitively. Throughout the entire educational path, learning institutions provide numerous platforms for students to engage physically. It makes sports an incredibly widespread... Read more →


Bass River Drug Dealer Dolores Cespedes Charged with Causing the Death of Customer

Who Fatally Overdosed on Fentanyl in February Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and New Jersey State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan announced that a 35-year-old Bass River Township drug dealer has been charged with causing the death of a customer who overdosed on fentanyl earlier this year. Dolores Cespedes Cespedes was taken... Read more →


Should You Play Sports in College?

College is undoubtedly a phase of life we all look forward to. It promises to offer plenty of opportunities for everyone. In one way or the other, the college provides us with the chance to develop further what we might have picked up in high school. Most students engage in an... Read more →


Guest Opinion: NJBIA Criticizes Decision to Raise Income Taxes

as Policymakers Confirm They Weren't Needed to Fill Budget Gaps NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka issued the following statement regarding today’s announcement of an agreement between Governor Murphy and legislative leadership to expand the base of those will pay the state’s gross income tax rate from 8.97% to 10.75%. “This... Read more →


Federal Judge Rules King Wolf's Business Closures Unconstitutional

The almighty “King Wolf” was FINALLY ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge. We have lost track of just how many months Pennsylvania has been under Gov. Wolf’s executive orders. The Trump-appointed federal judge’s ruling decided that in a crisis, executive privilege can only go so far before it turns into executive... Read more →


40,000 NJ unemployment claims still backlogged

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. BRENDA FLANAGAN, SENIOR CORRESPONDENT | Rockaway resident Alfred Cararo waited weeks for New Jersey’s Department of Labor to pay his unemployment... Read more →


SAFETY TIPS: Safety Message For Homes That Have Golf Carts/Low Speed Vehicles

Important The following is an important safety message for anyone who may have golf carts/low speed vehicles plugged in at their residential properties. This message comes from Avalon Volunteer Fire Department Chief Edward Dean: To our golf cart style Low Speed Vehicle Owners: Under the right conditions and while charging the... Read more →


Election 2020: Empowering APP Leaves Zero Excuses Note to Vote

VOTERS (AND NEWSROOMS) CAN SHARE INTEL TO TELL MILLIONS OF ELECTION DAY STORIES WASHINGTON, DC … September 16, 2020 – Election day on November 3rd is quickly approaching and Americans across all 50 states are already trying to plan out how they can vote, who will babysit their kids, and how... Read more →


CNB Hunting New Jersey: Public Asked to Be Alert for EHD in Deer

The Division's Office of Fish and Wildlife Health and Forensics is asking those who are out in the fields and woods of New Jersey at this time of year to be alert for deer that may be affected by Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) and to report any suspected cases to the... Read more →


More Delmarva Fox Squirrels Moving to Delaware

DOVER, DELAWARE--Delmarva fox squirrels are about to get a population boost in Delaware with a new round of translocations planned for later this month, a project of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and its state and federal partners. Although this charismatic squirrel was once a federally-listed endangered... Read more →


The Importance of Cybersecurity Standards With Law Firms  

(September 18, 2020)--Legal services are founded on confidentiality and privacy, and the attorney-client relationship is based on it. The profession significantly relies on information and knowledge. With lawyers having access to highly sensitive information from intellectual property to trade secrets, protection of this information is paramount. Regardless of the kind of... Read more →


September Menopause Awareness Month

A new multi-purpose moisturizer is a wonderful wellness product for your personal-care routine throughout your journey of life. (NAPSI)—On average, women experience change of life at age 51 and, while September has been designated Menopause Awareness Month, any time of year is a good time for women of any age to... Read more →


SAY IT ISN'T SO! Fox News Has Become A Supporter Of George Soros

BILL DONOHUE | CNBNEWS CONTRIBUTOR Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Fox News and George Soros: On September 16, Newt Gingrich was cut off the air on a Fox News show, “Outnumbered,” for merely mentioning the role that George Soros is playing in fomenting the anti-cop agenda of the left.... Read more →