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September 2020

Coast Guard, partner agencies responding to container vessel fuel oil leak in Bayonne,

New York NY (Sept. 30, 2020)-- — A unified command consisting of the Coast Guard, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and Gallagher Marine Systems, continued in the response to a container vessel leaking fuel oil, Wednesday, at the Global Container Terminal in Bayonne, New Jersey. The container vessel YM Mandate is no longer leaking fuel oil from a crack in the hull. Fuel oil is being pumped from the affected tank to a barge alongside the vessel. Oil containment boom and absorbent pads are deployed around the YM Mandate and skimming vessels continue to remove oil from the water.... Read more →


Betsy Ross Bridge/Route 130 ramp closures begin tomorrow

as concrete repair project advances in Pennsauken Route 130 northbound ramp closed and detoured for several weeks (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a daytime closure of the ramp from Route 130 southbound to the Betsy Ross Bridge/Route 90 westbound and a long-term closure of the ramp from Route 130 northbound to the Betsy Ross Bridge/Route 90 westbound as a concrete repair project advances in Pennsauken, Camden County. Thursday, October 1 Beginning at 9 a.m., Thursday, October 1, until 3 p.m. that afternoon, the Delaware River Port Authority’s contractor, South State, is scheduled to close... Read more →


Why Did He Receive Millions?

Hunter Biden Linked to Burisma, Russian Oligarch, and China Businessman

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and the U.S. Committee on Finance Majority Staff released its finding from a year-long investigation into Hunter Biden, the second son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. The investigation was launched after Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, publicly raised conflict-of-interest concerns about the sale of a U.S. company to a Chinese firm linked to Hunter Biden one month before Congress was notified about a whistleblower complaint that House Democrats used to impeach President Donald Trump. The Republican-controlled Senate... Read more →


Sicklerville Woman Murdered in Camden City, Prosecutor's Office Investigating

Camden City N.J. – Detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of a Sicklerville woman on Tuesday night, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki. Police were called to the intersection of 8th St. and Walnut St. in Camden shortly before midnight for a report of a woman lying in the road. She was transported by EMS to an area hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The victim was identified as Ashley Allen, 33, of Sicklerville. Detectives said the medical examiner determined Allen was killed by a gunshot wound to the head.... Read more →


PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: THE DEBATE

By Ted O'Neil | The Center Square (The Center Square) (Sept. 30, 2020)--– An argumentative and contentious first presidential debate Tuesday night was filled with interruptions, personal insults and frequent requests by moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News for the candidates to adhere to the rules their campaigns agreed to abide by. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden squared off against each other over 90 minutes at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, often talking over each other and ignoring time limits for their responses and counterpoints. At one point, Trump said “there is nothing smart about... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Gas Tax Going Up This Week - Double Hit to Commuters

by New Jersey Sierra Club The gas tax in New Jersey is increasing by 9.3 cents per gallon on Thursday, October 1. This will bring the gas tax total in New Jersey to 50.7 cents. Diesel will also be taxed by 57.7 cents per gallon. This is because less gas was sold in New Jersey during the 12 months ending in June 2020. “Nobody likes to see the gas tax go up, but this shows that people are using less gas. People have been driving less during the pandemic, which is why the gas tax is going up. This means... Read more →


Bill Introduced in Washington to Protect against Emergence of Zoonotic Diseases

WASHINGTON, DC--U.S. Senators John Cornyn, R-Tex., and Cory Booker, D-N.J., and U.S. Representatives Mike Quigley, D-Ill., and Fred Upton, R-Mich., introduced the Preventing Future Pandemics Act in both the House and Senate today. This legislation would protect Americans and people around the world from the continued emergence of devastating zoonotic diseases from risky wildlife management practices by eliminating cruel and unsafe live wildlife markets here at home and positioning the U.S. as a global leader to end the trade of live wildlife for human consumption. “The overarching lesson of COVID-19 is that we can no longer allow inhumane and high-risk... Read more →


Investigational COVID-19 vaccine well-tolerated and generates immune response in older adults

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 Colorized scanning electron micrograph of an apoptotic cell (gray) heavily infected with SARS-COV-2 virus particles (yellow), isolated from a patient sample. NIAID What A Phase 1 trial of an investigational mRNA vaccine to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection has shown that the vaccine is well-tolerated and generates a strong immune response in older adults. A report published today in the New England Journal of Medicine describes the findings from the study, which was supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health. SARS-CoV-2 is the virus that causes COVID-19... Read more →


NJ Democrat Representatives Demand Answers on Sabotage of US Post Office

House members raise concerns about being blocked from an emergency visit to Kearny processing center WASHINGTON, DC – Led by U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09), 10 members of New Jersey’s congressional delegation today wrote to tarnished U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy demanding information on the United States Postal Service’s (USPS) ability to carry out New Jersey’s all vote-by-mail (VBM) general election. The letter is signed by Reps. Pascrell, Albio Sires (D-NJ-08), Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ-06), Donald Payne, Jr. (D-NJ-10), Donald Norcross (D-NJ-01), Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ-12), Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ-05), Tom Malinowski (D-NJ-07), Andy Kim (D-NJ-03), and Mikie Sherill (D-NJ-11).... Read more →


Home Country: Dewey Decker and Mule Barn Truck Stop's Philosophy Counter

Slim Randles | CNBNews Contributor Dewey Decker showed his new business cards to the other guys at the Mule Barn Truck Stop’s philosophy counter, and each member of the world dilemma think tank got to keep one. Steve, our owlish-appearing cowboy, scratched his head as he studied the card. “Okay, Dewey, I’ll bite … what’s a verm-a- ….? “Vermiculturist, Steve,” Dewey said, proudly. “It means I raise worms.” Dewey, the beloved accident-prone member of the think tank, began his new career with just a shovel and his pickup, spreading manure in people’s yards. Now, thanks in great part to the... Read more →


LOVE YOUR MONEY: Republicans Point Finger at Murphy for Borrowing $4.5 Billion

Gloucestercitynews.net files Governor blames lack of federal relief By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said the fiscal year 2021 budget he signed Tuesday “lives up to the ideal of shared sacrifice in trying times by including meaningful tax fairness.” The $32.7 million budget approved by the Legislature along party lines reinstates the millionaire’s tax on income over $1 million and adds a 2.5% surcharge on corporate profits over $1 million. The spending plan also includes $4.5 billion in borrowing from the federal government and a predicted $2.5 billion surplus. Standing... Read more →


Career Politician Joe Biden's Evolving Abortion Views

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Joe Biden's changing views on abortion: Joe Biden entered the senate in 1973, the same year the Supreme Court legalized abortion in its Roe v. Wade decision. He has evolved from being strongly pro-life to rabidly pro-abortion. Here is a list of his changing positions. Flip-Flop Joe 1974: A year after Roe v. Wade was decided, he said the ruling had gone "too far" and that a woman seeking an abortion should not have the "sole right to say what should happen to her body." 1976: He votes... Read more →


CNBNews Books: A Mission to Help Heal the Grief After Loss of a Pet

Rev. Kaleel Sakakeeny Releases New e-Book on Pet Loss BOSTON, MA (September, 2020) — Although the mission of Animal Talks champions the fight for animals, especially those that are dying, sick or abused, the actual daily work of Animal Chaplain and Credentialed Pet Grief Counselor Rev. Kaleel Sakakeeny and the Animal Talks team is about helping people cope with the grief and pain that is felt when a beloved pet dies. To support the personal grief counseling mission, Sakakeeny and the Animal Talks team recently released their marquee ebook, A Journey Through Pet Loss and Grief: For When Our Animal... Read more →


Facebook Advisory Board Have Ties to Left-Wing Billionaire George Soros

The recently appointed Facebook oversight board that will decide which posts get blocked from the world’s most popular social networking website is stacked with leftists, including a close friend of leftwing billionaire George Soros who served on the board of directors of his Open Society Foundations (OSF). Judicial Watch conducted a deep dive into the new panel that will make content rulings for the technology company that was slammed last year with a $5 billion fine for privacy violations. The information uncovered by Judicial Watch shows that the group of 20 is overwhelmingly leftist and likely to restrict conservative views.... Read more →


United Methodist Communities Promotes Two Leaders 

NEPTUNE, N.J., September 25, 2020 — United Methodist Communities (UMC) announces the promotion of two key leaders, Deborah Walsh and Pamela Garofolo, effectively immediately. Deborah Walsh has been promoted to corporate director of homecare services and oversees HomeWorks, as well as initiatives related to homecare products such as technologies, care management and other in-home support services. Ms. Walsh, who resides in the Borough of Point Pleasant, NJ, has worked for UMC since the Homecare division began in 2016. A graduate of Saint Clare’s School of Nursing, Ms. Walsh brings over 20 years’ experience in nursing, rehabilitation, home care, and family... Read more →


Have you gotten a collection call about a debt you don’t recognize?

September 29, 2020 by Ari Lazarus Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Nobody likes getting debt collection calls. But have you ever gotten one for a debt you already paid — or you know isn’t yours? Or have you been threatened and harassed by a debt collector until you paid up? If so, we want you to know how to protect yourself. Today, in partnership with federal and state law enforcement partners, the FTC announces Operation Corrupt Collector, a federal-state law enforcement sweep against fake and abusive debt collectors. The operation includes five FTC actions, with two new cases announced today. In... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

McDaniel College Student Timothy Clark of Collingswood Performed in "Spoon River Anthology" WESTMINSTER, MD (09/28/2020)-- McDaniel College student Timothy Clark of Collingswood (08108) performed in "Spoon River Anthology" at the college. Performances were Friday, September 25 and Saturday, September 26 at 7 p.m. at McDaniel College, 2 College Hill, Westminster, Md. Due to COVID-19, the performances were held outdoors and were only open to McDaniel students, faculty and staff. Through poetic verses and musical interludes, the inhabitants of the fictitious town of Spoon River, Ill., share secrets that have gone with them to the grave. "Spoon River Anthology" is by... Read more →


The DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve Closing for Winter

Observation Deck to Remain Open The DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve will close for the winter starting Thursday, Oct. 1, with a scheduled reopening Saturday, April 3, 2021 for the busy spring and summer seasons. The center is operated by DNREC’s Division of Fish and Wildlife and provides programming and exhibits on Delaware Bayshore aquatic life. During the winter closure, the DuPont Nature Center’s handicap-accessible observation deck will remain open from dawn to dusk daily. The nature center deck will not be actively maintained while the center is closed, and visitors are advised to consider weather conditions prior... Read more →


$3.4 Million for October 1 Pick-6 Drawing

TRENTON (Sept. 29, 2020) – The Pick-6 drawing on September 28 produced 10 winners of $2,236 for matching five out of six white balls drawn. One of those tickets was purchased with XTRA, multiplying the prize to $4,472. The winning numbers for the Monday, September 28, drawing were: 04, 05, 16, 19, 24 and 38. The XTRA Multiplier was: 02. 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 $3.4 million drawing will be held Thursday, October 1, 2020. ### All New Jersey Lottery game winning... Read more →


False Claims of Hacked Voter Information Likely Intended to Cast Doubt on Election's Legitimacy

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) are issuing this announcement to raise awareness of the potential threat posed by attempts to spread disinformation regarding cyberattacks on U.S. voter registration databases or voting systems. During the 2020 election season, foreign actors and cyber criminals are spreading false and inconsistent information through various online platforms in an attempt to manipulate public opinion, discredit the electoral process, and undermine confidence in U.S. democratic institutions. These malicious actors could use these forums to also spread disinformation suggesting successful cyber operations have compromised election infrastructure and facilitated... Read more →


Kathleen Koc, of Gloucester City, age 65; Loved Spending Time with Family

Gloucester City - On September 27, 2020. Age 65. (nee Quinton). Beloved wife of Cemel “John” Koc. Loving mother of Elizabeth (Michael) Kazmar and Kathleen (Michael) Crim. Cherished grandmother of Julia, Michael, Gavin and Andrew. Loving daughter of the late Anna May Quinton and Frank Quinton, Jr. Dear sister of Anna (James) Summers, Frank (Joan) Quinton III, Virginia (late William) James, Joseph (Deanna) Quinton, Barbara (Jeffrey) Creato, Judith Arthur and Carolyn Monteleone. Predeceased by her sisters, Janice Nichols and Patricia Underwood. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Kathleen loved spending time with her two daughters, watching movies and... Read more →


Caught "Red-Handed" the Gloucester City Drug Gang Members Continue to Plea Guilty

CAMDEN CITY, N.J.(Sept. 29, 2020)- – A Gloucester City, New Jersey, man today admitted conspiring to distribute oxycodone pills and selling Xanax pills, making him Gloucestercitynews.net files the fifth person to plead guilty for his role in a drug trafficking ring operating in and around Gloucester City and Camden, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today. Eighteen suspects were arrested and charged back in March. Since then the court has accepted the pleas of four others. Marcus Rushworth, 47, of Gloucester City, pleaded guilty by videoconference before U.S. District Judge Renée Marie Bumb to an information charging him with conspiring to... Read more →


*Catholic Youth/Young Adult News & Events

By Carmela Malerba - Rutgers-Camden, Catholic Campus Ministry invites all attending Rutgers in Camden, to join Sr. Dorothy and other students for lunch in the cafeteria in the Campus Center on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during the free period. We would love to meet you and include you in the activities of the Catholic Campus Ministry Club. For information contact Sister Dorothy, Sr.Dorothy.Giloley@camdendiocese.org The Catholic Community of Christ Our Light, Cherry Hill, Youth Nights on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30-8 p.m. Contact Pastoral Associate for Youth Faith Formation for more details: Sherine Green, sgreen@christourlight.net or 856-667-2440 x345. Church of the Incarnation, invites... Read more →


YOUR MONEY! In less than 20 minutes, 4 lawmakers agree to $4.5 billion in new borrowing

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. Signoff was final step before Gov. Phil Murphy can sign his new budget. All four lawmakers had already approved the budget and its borrowing A select commission of four state lawmakers has given Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration a final signoff to issue $4.5 billion in new debt without voter approval to help finance the state budget over the next nine months. image Gloucestercitynews.net files During a meeting in Trenton on... Read more →


Camden County Hero Scholarship 28th Golf Outing

Thank you for supporting the children of our local heroes killed in the line of duty! Dawn M. Ragan, Executive Director Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund 162 W. White Horse Pike Berlin, NJ 08009 (856)768-9656 www.camdencountyhero.com You don’t have to be a hero to keep a dream alive… Read more →


The story of Instagram and its rise in recent years

Background (Gloucestercitynews.net)(Sept. 29, 2020)--Instagram is a popular video and photo sharing platform designed and created by two Americans, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger in October 2010. Their creation quickly gained a huge following where others had failed. A million followers in less than two months, ten million in just over a year and topped the one billion mark by 2019. The Rise and Development Various updated versions were introduced over the years. The Android version hit the market in April 2012, a desktop interface version was created later the same year. The Fire OS application was developed and became available... Read more →


Fox Chase Paws for Cause Begins Oct. 1

Our month‑long virtual Paws for the Cause event begins this week! Bring your friends, families, dogs and cats and join us this Thursday, October 1, at 7:00 p.m. for our “Pup Rally” Kick‑Off Celebration, featuring Fox Chase luminaries and an appearance by Fox29 Meteorologist Sue Serio! The video will be broadcast on the Fox Chase event page. Your support of Paws for the Cause is a wonderful way to make a difference and raise life‑saving — and life‑changing — funds for cancer research at Fox Chase Cancer Center. Best of all, there are no requirements, and nothing to track. Walk,... Read more →


Atlantic White Cedar Restoration - Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area

During fall 2020, the Division's Bureau of Land Management will begin a six (6) acre Atlantic White Cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides) restoration in Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area. Atlantic White Cedar forests are classified as a globally threatened ecosystem as a result of centuries of resource harvest without plans for stand regeneration, clearing for development, deer browse, and competition with hardwood species. These wetland-forests host an abundance of rare plants and animals, and provide critical ecological services like water pollutant filtration, flood protection, and carbon storage. This restoration will abide by the NJDEP Atlantic white-cedar Ecology and Best Management Practices manual (below).... Read more →


Video: Project Veritas Exposes Rep. Ihan Omar Connection to Ballot Harvester

In Project Veritas latest investigative report a “ballot broker” boasts about keeping hundreds of absentee ballots in his car trunk. He brags about them Representative Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) being filled in by people other than the voters. Often, money changes hands. Witnesses tie the rampant fraud to the campaign chairman of a prominent member of the radical “squad” in the U.S. House. Loose election laws allow people to come from out of state, vote, and then leave again, according to The National Review. This activity is really happening in America in 2020, and it’s been captured on video by... Read more →


Camden County Board of Elections Announces Vote by Mail Drop Box Locations

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The State of New Jersey has provided vote-by-mail (VBM) drop boxes for each county in advance of the state’s primary election on July 7. Camden County will have five VBM drop box locations that will be available 24 hours each day effective immediately and continuing through the close of polls on election day. Each location is well-lit and monitored by video surveillance cameras. Camden County’s VBM drop boxes can be found at the following locations: Audubon Municipal Building 606 West Nicholson Road Chesilhurst Municipal Building 201 Grant Ave., Waterford Works Camden Administration Building 600 Market Street... Read more →


GreatSchools.org Releases New Data for Gloucester High School

Gloucestercitynews.net files (GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ)(Sept. 28, 2020)--Greatschools.org has changed how they measure school success and this may have changed your school’s rating. The organization released the following information. In an effort to give parents a more complete picture of school quality, we recently made some changes. Our Equity Rating is now calculated with more kinds of information. Now we include data on college readiness (like graduation rates) and how much students learn each year (also known as student growth). We believe this makes the Equity Rating a better reflection of how well a school is serving its most disadvantaged students.... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ (09/28/2020)-- Seton Hall University is pleased to announce the following students who qualified for the Spring 2020 Dean's list and to congratulate them for their outstanding academic achievements. After the close of every semester, undergraduate students completing all courses with a GPA of 3.4, with no grades lower than "C", qualify for the Dean's List. Victoria Adamucci of Swedesboro (08085) Dominique Adornetto of Medford (08055) Kaitlyn Allison of Gloucester City (08030) Karen Alvarez - Sanchez of Atlantic City (08401) Emma Boeninghaus of Shamong (08088) Scott Bonerbo of Sewell (08080) Lucy Bowman of Mays Landing (08330) Alexis Candelora... Read more →


Viking Yacht Company Employee Charged with Stealing Company Information

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and New Jersey State Police Colonel Patrick J. Callahan announced that a Bordentown City man has been charged with stealing proprietary intellectual property while he was employed by a luxury boat manufacturer in Bass River Township. Cameron O’Connell, 27, of the 100 block of Prince Street, was charged with Computer Crime (Second Degree), and two counts of Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree). The weapons charges are unrelated to the computer crime, and were filed after two handguns were found during the execution of a search warrant by New Jersey State Police on September... Read more →


Judge Barrett's Catholic Faith Trashed By Media And Activists

By Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor (September 28, 2020)--Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on who is trashing Amy Coney Barrett's Catholicism: Judge Amy Coney Barrett As I predicted last week, Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett would be spared another round of anti-Catholic commentary by senate Democrats. From what was said over the weekend, my assessment was correct. Indeed, Rep. Nancy Pelosi affirmed that it "doesn't matter what her faith is." Sen. Dick Durbin, who made anti-Catholic remarks when Barrett was being considered for an appellate post in 2017, said this time around, "I'm going to be extremely careful."... Read more →


NJ American Water Announces $950,000 in NRTC Funding for Asbury Park and Camden City

CAMDEN, N.J. – September 28, 2020 New Jersey American Water today announced the awarding of $950,000 in Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit (NRTC) funding to Interfaith Neighbors of Asbury Park and The Cooper Health System of Camden. The funding will be used for projects aimed at improving housing and economic development opportunities in both cities. “For the past decade, New Jersey American Water has seized the opportunity to use the state’s generous NRTC program to provide funding to transformational projects in the communities we serve,” said Cheryl Norton, president of New Jersey American Water. “This year, we are proud to support... Read more →


Let us throw light on the different aspects of an excellent digital directory 

(September 29, 2020)--There is massive competition in the corporate world to stay ahead. It is something that necessitates you to be on your toes all the time. You will have to update your plans and your system to keep pace with the external world. It will help you to fetch more and more clients. For this, you will have to get the best information about the leading technology around the world. As it is a technology-driven world, it is essential to keep the technical aspect into focus. For this, you can look at the digital directory system, which is in... Read more →


The US and NJ Reach Settlement for Cleanup at the Hercules, Superfund Site, Gibbstown

Hercules LLC agrees to perform the design and construction of the selected remedy and pay past and future response costs in a consent decree. image courtesy of NJ.com New York — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and State of New Jersey today announced the lodging of a consent decree with Hercules LLC to perform the cleanup design and conduct the cleanup selected by EPA for the Hercules, Inc. (Gibbstown Plant) Superfund Site in Gibbstown, New Jersey. “This important agreement ensures that the responsible party will perform the work needed to address contamination at the Gibbstown Plant,” said EPA Regional... Read more →


NJBIA Concerned About Borrowing for 2021 State Budget

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association told the Select Commission on Emergency COVID-19 Borrowing today that New Jersey’s fiscal shortfall does not amount to the need for $4.5 billion in borrowing proposed in the FY2021 State Budget. NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Christopher Emigholz urged the commission in written and oral testimony to limit the borrow to only what is truly necessary, as to not add to the state’s massive indebtedness. He also advocated for following the New Jersey Supreme Court ruling that allowed for borrowing without voter approval during the coronavirus pandemic but only for the shortfall... Read more →


OH! Hara's Slowly Dying One Brick at a Time

Boarded up OH! Hara's Pub, 22 N. King Street, Gloucester City (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 28, 2020)Riding along King Street recently we noticed the former OH! Hara's restaurant/bar boarded up. A closer look revealed a window was recently broken on the Bergen Steet side of the building. Also on that side, at the top of the property, the door that leads to the fire escape was opened. We saw no one. At the top of the building the door leading to the fire escape stands open. Whenever it is windy it swings... Read more →


NJ News Commons....ELECTION: JUDGE HALTS USPS ATTEMPT OVER MAILBOXES

A judge has issued an order that stops the Trump administration's Postmaster General, Louis DeJoy, from changing the operations of the United States Postal Service (USPS) before the election — including dismantling machines and removing mailboxes. "We will have a free and fair election," state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal tweeted yesterday. (NorthJersey) FIREFIGHTERS SUE OVER 'BLATANT DISREGARD' FOR HEATH The Atlantic City firefighters union has filed a lawsuit against the city and state, alleging an "ineffective approach" that allowed firefighters who were exposed to the coronavirus return to work after a negative COVID-19 test. The policy didn't follow the Centers... Read more →


Officer Down: Sergeant Ethan Kaskin Killed in Traffic Accident

Sergeant Ethan Kaskin Anderson Police Department South Carolina End of Watch Friday, September 25, 2020 ANDERSON, SC--Sergeant Ethan Kaskin, age 59, was killed when his department vehicle was struck head-on on the Highway 24 bridge, near Wham Road in Anderson County, at 6:30 am. An oncoming vehicle crossed the center line and struck his vehicle head-on, causing him to suffer fatal injuries. Sergeant Kaskin had served with the Anderson Police Department for 12 years and was assigned to the Investigations Unit. He is survived by his wife, children, and grandchildren. RELATED: Via Officer Down Memorial page CNB Crime Blue Line... Read more →


WE HEARD YOU! WHAT ARE THEY BUILDING? MOTHER NATURE, SPLENDERDIFEROUS

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (CNBNews photo)-Gloucester City Police issued a ticket to the owner of the car above. The sign reads no parking Monday between 9:30 AM and 11 AM. Several weeks ago CNBNews took a picture of the same car parked at the same location, also on Monday. William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews YOUR COMPLAINTS WERE HEARD!—Several people submitted JEERS for our September Cheers and Jeers column complaining about the City of Gloucester not enforcing the no parking ordinances on days the street sweeper is operating in their neighborhood. It was pointed out in that Jeer... Read more →


Points to consider when shopping for bathroom sink bowls

(September 28, 2020)--You would want to have freedom and flexibility with choosing the right elements for your bathroom. Whether you go for a small or large scale upgrade, you may start with the sink area. Buying a sink can be the most exciting and overwhelming decision at the same time. You get so many varieties, starting from wall mounted to pedestal to undermount and top mount. The chances are you must have tried and tested most of them because they form a common sight in a lot of American homes. But you may be looking for a different option this... Read more →


How Much is a Scar Worth in a Lawsuit?

(September 28, 2020)--According to a study published by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), each year, more than 100 million people develop scars, and 70 percent of all scars occur in children. Scars can cause considerable problems, and each year they are the cause of 25 million operations after a trauma. Scars are also the reason for 55 million elective operations each year. Scars can not only cause unpleasant symptoms. They can also be distressing and disfiguring. They can also lead to psychological issues and be disabling. After you have been injured, you may be able to seek additional compensation... Read more →


NRA Pleased with Nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

Saturday, September 26, 2020 The National Rifle Association (NRA) fully supports President Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court. The Senate should act swiftly to confirm her. Judge Barrett's record demonstrates a steadfast commitment to the fundamental rights enshrined in our Constitution. With this nomination, President Trump continues his record of nominating qualified, fair-minded federal judges who respect the Bill of Rights - including the Second Amendment - to our nation's highest court. ​ Read more →


Create a Warm & Welcoming Ambiance with Kids Posters and Baby’s Room Décor Tips from Experts

(September 28, 2020)--Welcoming your newly born baby to his home is an exciting and a never-before experience for the new parents. Decorating your baby’s room could be an ecstatic and euphoric experience for the parents-to-be. You must be busy with preparations for the sweet arrival of your newborn. You wish to make sure that everything is perfect for your baby’s room. You have the liberty to decorate your little one’s room the way you wish to and remember to focus on getting creative and see the amazing ideas roll. If you are not inherently creative or slightly confused thanks to... Read more →


ONE WAY TO RECOGNIZE A SUCCESSFUL HIGH SCHOOL

Research shows that high schools that successfully support at-risk students are more effective for all their students. by: GreatSchools Staff All parents want a great education for their kids, but what makes a great high school? We follow the research, survey educators, and analyze the data to help you figure it out. This video on the proven difference that supporting at-risk students makes is one in a series of eight videos on best practices that all high schools should implement (or at least consider implementing) for the well-being and success of all students. Check out the other videos in this... Read more →


Haig Injaian of Gloucester City; Owned Oriental Rug Business, Proud Army Veteran

Haig H. Injaian, Jr. Gloucester City, NJ- Haig H. Injaian, Jr., age 87 years, passed away on September 23, 2020. Beloved husband of the late Rita (nee Baglivo). Devoted father of Lisa Connor and Tina Urgo (Don). Loving grandfather of Don Urgo, Jr. (Rebecca), Dane Urgo, Alyssa Connor, Darren Connor, and Brendan Connor. Dear brother of Marge Gureghian (Roupen) and the late John Injaian. Prior to retirement, Mr. Injaian was the owner of H. Injaian & Sons in Philadelphia, PA where he repaired and appraised oriental rugs. Haig was a proud United States Army Veteran where he served as a... Read more →


Top Alternatives to a Night Out at College

(September 28, 2020)--The stereotypical college social life might be focused on clubbing and nights out. However, not every teenager enjoys partying until dawn every day. If you are worried about the college experience or are simply looking to have a break from non-stop dancing, here is a list of some of the top alternatives to drinking at college. Digital Casinos and Betting If you are not keen on heading out on the town every night, and yet still want to enjoy a similar experience, you should consider the benefits of digital casinos. While giving you the same opportunity to gamble... Read more →


Gloucester Township Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Traffic Accident

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ--Saturday, September 26, 2020 at approximately 9:00 PM officers responded to the Cherrywood Apartments, 1200 Little Gloucester Rd. for a reported pedestrian motor vehicle crash. Arriving officers found the victim, in the middle of a back driveway. The victim had obvious serious injuries to her lower extremities. As officers began to treat the victim, they observed both the victim's legs had sustained compound fractures, between the knee and ankle. Officers applied tourniquets to both legs, and attempted to stabilize the victim. The victim was transported to Cooper Trauma Center by Paramedics. The driver of the striking vehicle remained... Read more →