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September 2020

Bethel Sult of Mount Laurel Named to Dean's List at Biola University

LA MIRADA, CA (09/28/2020)-- Bethel Sult was named to Biola University's Dean's List for academic excellence. Sult from Mount Laurel, NJ was one of approximately 1,500 students who were named to the dean's list in spring 2020. Biola students are placed on the dean's list to honor those with a GPA of 3.6 or higher while enrolled in 12 or more credits and whose cumulative GPA is at least 3.2. "Inclusion in Biola University's Dean's List is reserved for students who demonstrate exceptional performance in their academic studies. This honor signifies hard work, engagement, and investment in scholarship," said Tamara... Read more →


Barbara B. Aupperle (nee Atkins) of Runnemede

Barbara B. Aupperle (nee Atkins), on September 26, 2020, of Runnemede. Age 88. Beloved wife of the late Joseph F. Aupperle. Devoted mother of Barbara Jo Pippin (the late Milton) and Joe Aupperle (Dianne). Loving Mom-Mom of Buddy, Barbara Lynn (David), Darren, and Emma and great Mom-Mom of Trevor, Gunner, Damien, Colt, and Cora. Dear sister of Sandy Sheleski and the late Carol Grimes. Also survived by many cousins, nieces, and nephews. Barbara was a member of the Audubon High School Class of 1950, where she was awarded Best Female Athlete. She also served on the Reunion Committee. She retired... Read more →


Gloucester Township Police Arrest Philadelphia Man for Striking Officer with his Car Door

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ--On September 26, 2020 at approximately 12:43 am, Officers conducted a motor vehicle stop on Williamstown Road in the Sicklerville section of Gloucester Township. While speaking with the driver, Officers suspected that he was in possession of narcotics or under the influence of narcotics while driving. The driver, later identified as Oliver Lee, age 20, refused to cooperate with the Officers directions and refused to exit his vehicle. As Officers attempted to escort him from the vehicle, Mr. Lee placed the vehicle in drive and drove away, striking an Officer with the car door and running over his... Read more →


John Francis Barton, of Fairview; Past Provident Bank Employee, Marine Corp Vet

Fairview – On September 23, 2020. Age 78. Predeceased by his parents, John Pershing Barton and Cecelia Mary Barton (nee Zebrowski), as well as his sister, Bernadette Mary Barton. Survived by his brother, Robert Barton and his wife, Linda as well as many loving cousins who cared for him over the years. John attended Camden Catholic High School and proudly served our country in the U.S. Marine Corps. He worked many years in the banking industry at Provident National Bank in Philadelphia. Relatives and friends are invited to his visitation on Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 10:30 AM at St.... Read more →


EPA Water Treatment Facility Coming to Gloucester City; Cost $7.8 Million

EPA Water Treatment Facility to clean radiologically impacted soil will be built in North Gloucester City on the old Gloucester Terminal employees parking lot, King Street between Essex and Warren Streets. The estimated completion day is late 2021; the cost is $7.8 million. (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY—As part of the continual cleanup of the Welsbach Facility, formerly located at King and Essex Streets, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has filed a permit equivalency application to divert water from 16 excavations utilizing sumps and trenches with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Agency... Read more →


Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court Nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton issued the following statement in response to President Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court: What a brave, wonderful Supreme Court pick by President Trump! President Trump has once again stood up for the U.S. Constitution with his nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Judge Barrett has a demonstrated record of applying the rule of law rather than legislating from the bench. Her record shows that she will not only respect but apply the U.S. Constitution as written and intended by our... Read more →


Do You Think You Could Paint Your Migrane?

Can you paint your migraine? As migraine surgery becomes more popular, plastic surgeons ask patients to paint their pain 24-Sep-2020 9:00 AM EDT, by Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott favorite_border Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Migraine patients whose pain sketches show more “typical” patterns (top) have better responses to migraine trigger site surgery. Newswise — September 24, 2020 – “Can you draw me a picture of your headache?” may sound like an unusual question – but drawings of headache pain provide plastic surgeons with valuable information on which patients are more or less likely to benefit from surgery to alleviate migraine headaches.... Read more →


NJ Governor's Gun Tax Falls Flat--Again

TRENTON, NJ--New Jersey gun owners received a bit of good news recently when the Legislature sent the budget to Gov. Phil Murphy, and it did not contain the revenues from massive hikes the executive had earlier proposed on firearm permitting fees. Murphy had unsuccessfully proposed these Draconian fees before. Unrelenting, his 2020 budget proposal would have resulted in pistol purchase permit fees increasing from $2 to $48 and Firearms Identification card fees increasing from $5 to $98. It’s even more offensive considering the vast majority of states don’t even require these bureaucratic and costly hoops in the first place. This... Read more →


Sleeping Less Than Six Hours May Increase Risk of Dementia

Newswise — Middle-aged adults who report symptoms of insomnia and are sleeping less than six hours a night may be at increased risk of cognitive impairment, according to a study by Penn State College of Medicine researchers. The results may help health care professionals understand which patients who report insomnia are at increased risk for developing dementia. Insomnia is characterized by reports of difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep or waking up too early and not being able to get back to sleep. When these symptoms occur at least 3 nights a week and for at least 3 months, it... Read more →


Rutgers' President Outlines Vision in University Senate Address (Video)

President Jonathan Holloway Guiding values focus on creating a culture of community, excellence and clarity In his first address to the University Senate, President Jonathan Holloway pledged to follow three guiding values as he steers decision-making at Rutgers during a challenging time: The ideal of a beloved community, the relentless pursuit of academic excellence and the need for a clear institutional strategy. “It is important that I share these propositions with you now because they will inform decisions that we will make in the coming years,” Holloway, who began his presidency on July 1, told Senate representatives of faculty, students,... Read more →


Maryland Anglers Enjoyed First Week of Fall

By Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources Young Fhinn Zeender-Lawrence joined family for fishing in the upper Choptank River, and shows off a 20-pound carp he caught before releasing it. Photo by Nathan Zeender Welcome to the first week of fall! The cooler transitional days ahead are a delight for anyone who loves the outdoors. The leaves are beginning to show a hint of color in the western region of the state, so make sure to get outside and enjoy this special time of the year. Forecast Summary: Sept. 23 – 29: The upcoming week will bring cooler days,... Read more →


FBI Alert: Foreign Actors/Cybercriminals to Spread 2020 Disinformation Election Results

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 the results of the 2020 elections. Foreign actors and cybercriminals could create new websites, change existing websites, and create or share corresponding social media content to spread false information in an attempt to discredit the electoral process and undermine confidence in U.S. democratic institutions. State and local officials typically require several days to weeks to certify elections’ final results in order to ensure every legally cast vote is... Read more →


What are the reopening rules for bars and restaurants in New Jersey?

What precautions or policies must they take? Eating Out; Stay Safe Last Updated: 09/21/2020 Food or beverage establishments may open, including restaurants, bars, cafeterias, and food courts, as well as all holders of a liquor license with retail consumption privileges. Establishments must follow appropriate mitigation requirements detailed in the Department of Health's Protocols for Outdoor Dining, Executive Order No. 157, Executive Order No. 183, and the Department of Health's Health and Safety Standards for Indoor Dining, which are summarized below. Restaurant operating hours are not limited by any State order. What to Expect at Outdoor Restaurants and Bars The following... Read more →


FBI'S OPERATION DisrupTor

RELATED: AMERICAN HERO FACE OF DEFENSE A JCODE operation in Los Angeles in February 2020 uncovered a large cache of drugs, weapons, cash, gold, and cryptocurrency as part of Operation DisrupTor. Transcript / Visit Video Source The storage shed by the modest yellow stucco house in Sunland, California, was tidy and organized. Mailing supplies, tape, and materials were stacked or sorted into labeled bins, and a large box held packages that were addressed and ready to be dropped at the post office. It looked like a run-of-the-mill mail-order business. Until the search went further into the space. There, agents from... Read more →


CNB Hunting News NJ: Hunters Helping the Hungry

Following recommendations from the NJ Farm Bureau working with the NJ Dept. of Agriculture, HHH has been awarded a grant allowing the program to waive the hunter's portion of the processing fees for donated deer weighing 50 lbs. or more (dressed hanging weight) for the entire 2020-21 season. The hunter's fee for deer weighing under 50 lbs (dressed hanging weight) will remain at $40.00 Hunting for the Hungry - The Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation working with regional food banks which enables hunters to donate venison while addressing the overpopulation of deer in New Jersey.... Read more →


CONSUMER TIP: What to do when someone steals your identity/video

September 25, 2020 by Traci Armani Consumer Education Specialist, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC Did someone use your personal information to open up a new mobile account or credit card? Or maybe buy stuff with one of your existing accounts? Or did they file for unemployment or taxes in your name? That’s identity theft. If any of this happened to you, the FTC wants to help you stop the damage and start recovering. Learn more by watching this video: Not sure whether someone has stolen your identity? Check out these clues that someone is using your information. If... Read more →


Another Murder in Camden City, 20-Year-Old Shot Multiple Times

Camden City, N.J. – Detectives are investigating the Friday homicide of a Camden City man, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki. Police responded to several 911 calls reporting a person had been shot in the 3000 block of Hope Street around 3:25 p.m. on Sept. 25. When they arrived, they found Justin Ingram, 20, of Camden, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Ingram was transported to an area hospital where he died just before 5 p.m. Detectives continue to investigate the homicide. Anyone with information is asked to call CCPO Det.... Read more →


No Stabbing in Gloucester Heights

CNBNews Staff GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 26, 2020)--Gloucester City Police received a report this afternoon about a stabbing near Lehigh Ave. and Yale Ave. that was broadcasted across the Ring Neighorhood alert system. According to Lt. Steve Burkhardt, department spokesperson, "The call was dispatched as a stabbing but it was just an assault, one male was punched in the face during a fight. It happened in the Maple Terrace Trailer Park." Read more →


South Jersey Gas Customers to Receive Rate Decrease

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities Approves Rate Changes for South Jersey Gas; Overall Bill Decrease for Customers ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – September 23, 2020 – South Jersey Gas, subsidiary of SJI (NYSE: SJI), today announced that the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) approved changes to its base rates, as well as other rates including those related to the Company’s accelerated infrastructure programs. These rate changes, combined with those related to the Company’s Basic Gas Supply Service and Conservation Incentive Program rates approved earlier this month are effective October 1 and result in a $0.14 monthly net bill... Read more →


Pick-6 Rolls to $3.3 Million for September 28 Drawing

TRENTON (Sept. 25, 2020) – The Pick-6 drawing on September 24 produced two winners of $10,438 for matching five out of six white balls drawn. The winning numbers for the Thursday, September 24, drawing were: 08, 11, 22, 26, 40 and 41. 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 $3.3 million drawing will be held Monday, September 28, 2020. Read more →


President Trump Lambasted for Opposing Infanticide

by Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor September 25, 2020 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on reaction to President Trump's "Born Alive" executive order: President Trump announced this week that he will sign an executive order mandating that doctors attend to babies born alive, "no matter what the circumstances." The proximate cause of his order is the practice of denying medical care to babies born alive as a result of a botched abortion. The American people are overwhelmingly opposed to late-term abortions. What Trump plans to do goes beyond partial-birth abortion: His executive order is targeted at prohibiting infanticide. Astonishingly,... Read more →


Hateful Billboards to Greet Trump in Cleveland on Debate Night

Artists Use Trump's Own Words and Actions to Shine Light on Trump, GOP Atrocities in Thought Provoking Billboard, Street Art Campaign: Cleveland, OH -- In 2016, Donald Trump was coronated at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. This year, Cleveland plays host to the first Presidential Debate and the city will be sending a very different message to President Trump when he arrives next week for the first presidential debate of 2020. The RememberWhatTheyDid and #VoteThemOut campaign has launched nine anti-Trump billboards in the city and is posting thousands of street art posters ahead of the Presidential debate. The billboards... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: The Terrible Twos

Dawn Watson/CNBNews Contributor Your puppy has been a member of your family for several months, or even a year. She’s been friendly with your kids and your other pets, housebroken, and has been taught not to chew the furniture. But suddenly, she’s like a different dog—barking, nipping, being rude in day camp. Why did this happen and what can you do to correct it? Dogs, like children go through stages. The Terrible Twos might just be followed by the Rebellious Teens! Their bodies and thought processes are changing and sometimes that means their behavior will change, too. This is your... Read more →


How to Build and Grow Social Media Presence for your Business

Social Media We could say the very name is now a misnomer. Social media is no longer merely a platform for greeting and exchanging information with loved ones and acquaintances. The applications of this versatile tool have blossomed and branched out into many diverse fields of human activity. It is no longer a mere medium of social interaction as the name implies. One of these new applications is in business, in business marketing to be more precise. We highlight below some of the best social media tips for your business. This article is focusing on the formal business sector; how... Read more →


Caller ID Spoofing- Don't Hang On, Hang Up

Gloucester Township Police Community Bulletin: What is Caller ID Spoofing? Spoofing is when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to disguise their identity. Scammers often use neighbor spoofing so it appears that an incoming call is coming from a local number, or spoof a number from a company or a government agency that you may already know and trust. If you answer, they use scam scripts to try to steal your money or valuable personal information, which can be used in fraudulent activity. Watch the video and click through the tabs to learn more... Read more →


NJBIA Disgusted with Murphy and Legislators: 'ENOUGH IS ENOUGH'

NJBIA President & CEO Michele Siekerka issued the following statement regarding the passage of the FY2021 revised budget today by the full Senate and Assembly. Gloucestercitynews.net files “The fiscal year 2021 budget is an irresponsible budget that will have long lasting effects on New Jersey’s continued inability to be regionally competitive and affordable. This budget will cost taxpayers for generations to come, as it exacerbates an already insurmountable debt load. And all this under the guise of providing tax relief. “A budget that settles on needless borrowing, excessive spending and completely avoidable tax increases is yet another major hit to... Read more →


CNBNews Salute to NJ College Students

University of Iowa Class of 2024 sets yet another new academic benchmark IOWA CITY, IA (09/24/2020)-- The incoming undergraduate class at the University of Iowa for fall 2021 has yet again topped previous records in achievement with a higher average high school grade-point average (GPA), at 3.78, than any previous class. The average high school GPA for the classes of 2023 and 2022 were 3.76 and 3.71, respectively. "These newest Hawkeyes are going to bring so much to our campus through their individual talents and perspectives, not to mention the incredible determination and tenacity they have demonstrated over these last... Read more →


Bill That Prohibits Single-Use Plastic Bag Carrying Out Bags Heads to Gov.s Desk

TRENTON, NJ--The Assembly has passed S864 (Smith)/A1978 (Pinkin) and the Senate concurred. The bill prohibits the provision or sale of single-use plastic NJ State Capitol Dome Gloucestercitynews.net files carryout bags, single-use paper carryout bags, and expanded polystyrene foam food service products. It also limits provision of single-use plastic straws and appropriates moneys from the Clean Communities Program Fund for public education. The bill passed the Assembly with a vote of 48-24-7 and the Senate concurred with a vote of 26-12. The bill is now on the governor’s desk to sign. “This is a major environmental victory in our battle against... Read more →


The Best 30 Halloween Stories of the Decade

By Dorothy York, President and CEO of North American Precis Syndicate (NAPS) Families are preparing to enjoy Halloween in news ways, to keep kids healthy and safe, in response the COVID-19 pandemic. Journalists are eager to receive stories with helpful advice to protect the public and make life more fun, in the new normal. To help our clients find formats that are getting the best results, North American Precis Syndicate ranks the top feature news stories of the year by the highest number of placements in media outlets nationwide. We have compiled the results to show the top feature news... Read more →


EPA to Fund Projects at 2 NJ Universities

EPA Selects over 40 Organizations to Receive $9.3 Million in Pollution Prevention Grants NEW YORK (September 23, 2020) – Today, during Pollution Prevention (P2) Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing the selection of 42 organizations across 39 states to receive grant funding totaling $9.3 million, supporting pollution prevention across the country. These grants will fund projects that provide businesses and other facilities with information, training, and tools to help them develop and adopt cost-effective changes in production, operation, and use of materials to reduce costs and the use of water, energy and other natural resources. Two universities... Read more →


These seasonal vegetables have secret effects on the body. Be sure you eat them + recipes!

(September 26, 2020)--From the juiciness of strawberries in summer to the earthy goodness of pumpkins in the fall, there’s something special about eating fruit and vegetables that are in season. As well as being environmentally friendly, seasonal produce is more nutritious and has a greater depth of flavor. It’s also a great way to vary your diet throughout the year, rather than eating the same tired old meals month after month. But as the summer fades and the dusky fall evenings arrive, what should you be eating now? Here’s a look at some delicious fruit and veg that is in... Read more →


Boat rentals – Things to keep in mind

(September 26, 2020)--The concept of boat rentals is gaining popularity today! It's a popular way for kids and their parents to enjoy quality time and witness water adventures. Today, you will come across several boat manufacturers and brands that have endless sizes and styles of boats. The question is which boat rental is correct for you. If you want to know this, you have to keep a few factors in mind. How does the boat rental function? Have you decided on the activity that you want to try out? That will determine the boat rental. Do you find water skiing... Read more →


What Can I Give My Dog For Pain Relief?

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine JoAnna Pendergrass (DVM) answers your questions today on the Honest Paws blog: How can I tell if my dog is in pain? And what can I give my dog if he/she is in pain? One of the most common questions that veterinarians are asked is, "What can I give my dog for pain?" When your dog is in pain, it can be heartbreaking. No one likes to see their four-legged friend in any kind of distress. Worse still, dogs are notorious for hiding pain. Meaning that by the time a loving pet parent is finally able... Read more →


Joseph Kaelin of Bass River Sentenced to 20 Years for Sexual Assault of Girl

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 62-year-old Bass River man was sentenced today in Superior Court to 20 years in New Jersey state prison for sexually assaulting an underage girl over a period of several years. Joseph Kaelin pled guilty in February to Aggravated Sexual Assault (First Degree) before the Hon. Terrence R. Cook, P.J.Cr., who handed down the sentence. The term was the result of a plea agreement with the BCPO. Under the agreement, Kaelin will not become eligible for parole and must serve the entire 20-year sentence. “Today, justice was served for the despicable crimes committed... Read more →


ARCHDIOCESAN HIGH SCHOOLS TO MOVE FORWARD WITH INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC COMPETITION

PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Office of Catholic Education and Faith in the Future Foundation are pleased to announce that the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s 17 high schools may resume interscholastic athletic competition while continuing to strictly follow health and safety guidelines. On August 24th, it was announced that Archdiocesan high schools throughout the five-county region would opt out of inter-scholastic athletic competition for the fall season. That decision was made after review of local and State guidelines; recommendations from county health departments in effect at that time; and pandemic related statistics in the region. It was also reflective of the primary... Read more →


Atlantic City Electric Recognizes Employees’ Outstanding Volunteer Work

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (Sept. 23, 2020) – Atlantic City Electric has recognized four employees, Ronald Mascola, Sean Newlin, Sharon Roach and Karen Stanford, for their community volunteer work at the company’s virtual Powering Communities Employee Volunteer Awards. To recognize the employees’ hard work, Atlantic City Electric’s parent company, Exelon, announced a combined $20,000 in charitable contributions to the local nonprofits that the award winners support. During COVID-19, when the need for support is greater than ever, Atlantic City Electric and its employees have continued to find innovative ways to continue volunteering efforts and supporting local nonprofits. “Our employee volunteers are... Read more →


New Jersey Quick Hits for Friday, Sept. 25

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square Bill requiring access to public records during an emergency passes Senate The Senate passed a bipartisan bill that would prohibit public officials from denying open records requests during emergencies. Republican senators say Gov. Phil Murphy has denied access to some records, claiming the Health Power Act allows him to do so. “The Act was never intended to keep the public in the dark in times of crisis, but today it is being used to conceal data and information on decisions impacting public health and fiscal stability from public and legislative scrutiny,” said Sen.... Read more →


Dept. of Justice Investigating Military Ballots Found in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Federal authorities in Pennsylvania are investigating “reports of potential issues with a small number of mail-in ballots at the Luzerne County Board of Elections.” FBI agents and the Pennsylvania State Police “have conducted numerous interviews and recovered and reviewed certain physical evidence,” the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania said in a statement. Luzerne County District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis requested the federal investigation, and election officials have cooperated with the probe. “At this point we can confirm that a small number of military ballots were discarded,”... Read more →


Adelphi's 32nd Annual Golf Classic to Benefit Student-Athletes

This year, on Thursday, October 15, the University's Golf Classic again will benefit Adelphi's student-athletes in need. GARDEN CITY, NY (09/24/2020) For the past 32 years, Adelphi University has hosted an annual golf classic, raising money for important causes such as scholarships. This year, on Thursday, October 15, the University's Golf Classic again will benefit Adelphi's student-athletes in need. The event, held at the North Hempstead Country Club in Port Washington, New York, will begin with registration starting at 11 a.m., followed by brunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., with the shotgun start to proceed at 1 p.m. All... Read more →


EPIFANIA, MIGNOGNA AND SIMILA SELECTED ROWAN MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY CAPTAINS

Dario Epifania Dean Mignogna Nick Simila GLASSBORO, NJ – Dario Epifania, Dean Mignogna and Nick Simila have been chosen captains for the 2020 Rowan University men’s cross country team. “We went with three captains this year because of the size of training groups dictated by COVID,” said head coach Dustin Dimit. “We are fortunate to have a lot of guys that had already been leading or helping the team in a variety of ways. Our captains have stepped in and done a great job so far leading their training groups. We are lucky to have strong leadership to help us... Read more →


When to Start Preparing for the MCAT

(September 25, 2020)--As a medical field aspirator, making the necessary preparation for your pre-medical studies can never be jeopardized. Even after applying to study in your medical school of choice, your application could get forfeited without great scores in your MCAT exam results. So to speak, knowing when to start preparing for the MCAT is an important aspect to make good grades. In this post, you learn when and how to study for the MCAT effectively. I also show you how to make your own personal MCAT study plan schedule to effectively prep and feel ready to take the exam... Read more →


Federico Solmi: The Bacchanalian Ones

On view November 2, 2020 – January 9, 2021 GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan University Art Gallery presents The Bacchanalian Ones, an exhibition that investigates the contradictions and inaccuracies in historical narratives that have led society to a chaotic era of misinformation, corruption, and hypocrisy. On view by appointment from November 2, 2020 – January 9, 2021, The Bacchanalian Oneswill feature augmented reality-based artworks, a new virtual reality project, paintings, and never before seen video animations from artist Federico Solmi. In The Bacchanalian Ones, Solmi presents his ghoulish, satirical depictions of political leaders, colonial rulers, and historical explorers as indulgent devotees... Read more →


VIDEO: Anarchists in Kentucky Supported by Louisville Bail Initiative

CNBNews Staff Louisville, Kentucky (Sept. 25, 2020)-- Anarchists unload signs and weapons from a U-Haul following the announcement on Wednesday, Sept. 23, that officers Sgt. Jon Mattingly and Detective Miles Cosgrove who fired their weapons at Breonna Taylor’s home were deemed justified in the shooting. Det. Brett Hankison, was charged with first-degree wanton endangering the lives of people inside the apartment next door. The main stream media reported the protests following the Grand Jury's decision were spontaneous. However, according to the Gateway Pundit, the rioters were actually being supported by the Louisville Bail Initiative . Holly Zoller, a member of... Read more →


New Jersey Congressman Leads Effort to Expand Apprenticeship Training

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) voted to advance the National Apprenticeship Act of 2020, legislation that invests more than $3.5 billion to create nearly one million new apprenticeship opportunities over the next five years. Norcross is a lead sponsor and author of the bill along with his fellow House Education in Labor Committee members Congresswoman Susan Davis (CA-53) and Chairman Bobby Scott (VA-03). The proposal marks a historic investment in workforce training as the nation continues to face record-level unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “A registered apprenticeship program shaped my life – laying the foundation... Read more →


CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN THE ARCHDIOCESE OF PHILADELPHIA RECEIVE RECOGNITION

AS 2020 NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON SCHOOLS OF EXCELLENCE Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School in Wallingford (Delaware County), Saint Katharine of Sienna Parish School in Wayne (Delaware County), and Saint Patrick Schoolin Malvern (Chester County) were selected as part of the 2020 cohort of National Blue Ribbon Schools in an announcement made today by Betsy DeVos, the United States Secretary of Education. The Archdiocesan schools are three of 367 schools and among only 50 non-public schools selected nationally for this distinction. Each school was chosen for this honor based on overall academic excellence. Two of the three received National Blue... Read more →


NJ Republicans Describe Murphy's Approved $32.7 Billion Budget as Fraudulent & Fake

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The Democratic-controlled New Jersey Legislature passed a $32.7 billion state budget Thursday, but not before a heated debate with Republicans. Gloucestercitynews.net files LOVE YOUR MONEY The budget, which takes effect Oct. 1 and runs through June 30, 2021, includes an increased tax on income of more than $1 million and a 2.5 percent surcharge on corporate profits over $1 million. This year’s budget does not include a tax rebate of up to $500 for couples with children that meet certain income limits that is part of a budget compromise... Read more →


Bat Ticks Found for the First Time in New Jersey

Live larval bat ticks (Carios kelleyi) removed in 2019 from big brown bats in Mercer County, New Jersey. Photo: J. Occi, Rutgers Center for Vector Biology. A tick species associated with bats has been reported for the first time in New Jersey and could pose health risks to people, pets and livestock, according to a Rutgers-led study in the Journal of Medical Entomology. This species (Carios kelleyi) is a “soft” tick. Deer ticks, which carry Lyme disease, are an example of “hard” ticks. “All ticks feed on blood and may transmit pathogens (disease-causing microbes) during feeding,” said lead author James... Read more →


PA Republican Legislator Seek US Supreme Court's Intervention in Ballot Dispute

By Steve Bittenbender | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court may end up reviewing the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision to extend the deadline for mailed ballots to be received and counted in this year’s general election. Gloucestercitynews.net files Related: A sample of Election Fraud across the country On Tuesday, Pennsylvania’s House and Senate Republican caucuses asked the state’s top court for a stay so it can make an appeal to the federal court. Last week, in a split ruling, a majority of justices sided with the Democratic Party leaders who requested additional time for election... Read more →


Here's Your Chance to Experience True Weightless Flight Experience, for Only $4,750

ARLINGTON, Va. – Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-G) and BLADE Urban Air Mobility, Inc. (BLADE) are now offering Manhattan-based flyers a travel package highlighted by once-in-a-lifetime helicopter and weightless flight experiences. Starting at $4,750 for a limited time, the adventure bundle includes private helicopter transportation and the opportunity to experience true weightlessness on board ZERO-G’s specially modified aircraft. With three flights taking off from October 2- 4, 2020, seats can now be reserved by visiting www.GoZeroG.com. To book directly through BLADE, click here. “We are excited to join forces with one of the country’s leading aviation companies as part of this... Read more →